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Shaquil Barrett, Buccaneers 6-2 • 250 pounds • 29 years old

Barrett didn’t come anywhere near his 19.5-sack season of 2019, but he still had a terrific 2020, with 8 sacks and 4 more in the playoffs. He’s not just an excellent pass rusher, but also plays the run well. Not to take anything away from his back-to-back strong seasons, but it can’t be ignored that Jason Pierre-Paul drew double teams on Barrett’s opposite side. $$$$$

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