LB - PIT
This Week Outlook
The Jaguars and Joe Schobert reached an agreement on a five-year, $53.75 million contract Tuesday
Schobert has had at least 100 or more tackles in the last three seasons. He totaled 133 tackles with two sacks and four interceptions across 16 games in 2019. Schobert will slot in as Jacksonville's starting middle linebacker. The 26-year old will once again be a solid option in IDP formats.
Joe Schobert finished Sunday's 33-23 loss to the Bengals with five solo tackles, three assisted tackles, and one TFL.
Schobert tailed at the end of this season, recording 37 total tackles and 1.5 TFLs over the last five weeks. Nonetheless, 2019 was a successful individual campaign for the fourth-year linebacker, who set career-bests in multiple categories. Based on his performance this year, he is worthy of a mid-first, early second-round pick next season.
Joe Schobert managed five solo tackles and four assisted tackles in a 31-15 loss to Baltimore.
Schobert didn't have the most impressive of games and hasn't done much other than record tackles for the last four weeks. Even then he's only averaged 7.25 tackles per game in that span, with nearly half of those being assisted. He and the Browns play the Bengals in their season finale.
Joe Schobert recorded just three solo tackles and two assisted tackles in a 38-20 loss to Arizona on Sunday.
Schobert has been mired in a three-game stretch where he hasn't done anything but make tackles; that normally wouldn't be a problem except for that he's only averaged 6.7 tackles per game in that span. Schobert and the Browns will try to bounce back next Sunday against the Browns.
Joe Schobert had a relatively disappointing day, notching just four solo tackles and three assisted tackles, though the Browns still defeated the Bengals, 27-19.
Schobert was unable to generate much on Sunday, failing to record secondary statistics for just the third time this season. His tackles remain the core of his production, so he's not as vulnerable to total duds as other IDPs. He'll try to step up his play when Cleveland plays Arizona next Sunday.