Melvin Ingram III
DE - LAC
Melvin Ingram recorded four solo tackles, one assisted tackle, two TFLs, one sack, two QB hits, and two passes defended, but the Chargers fell to the Chiefs in Mexico City, 24-17.
After starting the season off slowly, Ingram has been on a roll as of late. In the last three games, he has recorded 4.5 sacks and six QB hits. He and the Bolts will try to end their two-game losing streak against the Broncos after their bye week.
Melvin Ingram played well on Thursday, totaling seven solo tackles, two TFLs, two sacks, two QB hits, and one pass defended in a 26-24 loss to Oakland.
Ingram has been fairly quiet this season but is now heating up with consecutive multi-sack games. Ingram will have to carry his momentum into week 11 if the Chargers are to beat Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs.
Chargers defensive end Melvin Ingram recorded a team-high seven tackles (all solo) with two sacks, one forced fumble, and one fumble recovery in Sunday’s 23-17 win over the Ravens.
Ingram was dominant on the afternoon, playing a key role in the victory. The Chargers will head to Foxboro for the divisional round as they will try to prevent the Patriots from going to their eight straight AFC Championship game.
Chargers defensive end Melvin Ingram recorded three tackles (one solo), one tackle for loss, and 1.5 sacks in Thursday night’s 29-28 win over the Chiefs.
Ingram played well in the Chargers’ come from behind victory and is now up to seven sacks on the season. He will look to build off this performance when the Chargers take on Baltimore in Week 16.
Chargers defensive end Melvin Ingram recorded five tackles, one TFL, one sack, two passes defensed, and one QB hit in Sunday morning’s 20-19 win over the Titans in London.
Ingram now has 3.5 sacks in seven games to start 2018. He is one of the better DE options in IDP and will remain so when the Chargers take on the Seahawks following the Week 8 bye.