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Week 2 Outlook
Eddie Goldman will choose not to play in 2020 due to the COVID pandemic.
Goldman has been a star since being drafted in 2015when he recorded 4.5 sacks. He's recorded 12.5 sacks over his five years and has been a wall for running backs to get through. Playing on both passing and rushing downs, Goldman's presence will be very tough to replicate and this transaction is a gut punch for the Bears defense.
Eddie Goldman finished Sunday's win over the Vikings with three total tackles and his third sack of the regular season.
Goldman finished the regular season with 39 total tackles and three sacks for the Bears. In most formats, he can probably be kept on waivers.
Eddie Goldman racked up four tackles, three were solo efforts, during Sunday's 34-22 win over the Lions.
Goldman has shown he can produce at a fairly consistent floor on a weekly basis. Since Week 8, Goldman has racked up 13 total tackles. There should be other options at DL for most IDP owners, but in a pinch, Goldman should be able to get a few points each week.
Eddie Goldman finished Sunday's game against the BIlls with five solo tackles. Goldman now has 21 total tackles and a sack this season.
Goldman is a DL2 in most leagues but is very consistent on a weekly basis. If the DT spot is needed to be filled, Goldman is worth considering in deeper IDP formats.