Quinton Dunbar

Quinton Dunbar

CB - WAS - OUT
Height: 6' 2"Weight: 202 lbsAge: 27College: Florida

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DAL @ WAS
Sun 1:00pm ET
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Quinton Dunbar racks up nine tackles against Philadelphia

Quinton Dunbar lead the team with nine total tackles during Sunday’s 32-27 loss to the Eagles.

Fantasy Impact

Dunbar started the season off with a bang on Sunday and hopefully, he can keep this pace going through the entire season. In 2018, Quinton Dunbar posted 39 total tackles and two interceptions. He’s an interesting player to watch and possibly add in deeper IDP leagues.

Andrew Liang6 days ago
Quinton Dunbar leads Washington in tackles

CB Quinton Dunbar recorded six solo tackles in the Washington Redskins' Week 6 win against the Carolina Panthers.

Fantasy Impact

Dunbar, the only Washington defender in the IDP top 100 besides Mason Foster, is the 36th-ranked DB to this point. You'd have to be pretty desperate to be interested.

Christopher Bunch48 weeks ago
Quinton Dunbar plays well, gets pick in opener

Cornerback Quinton Dunbar had a standout performance in the Redskins’ Week 1 win over the Cardinals. He recorded one interception, three passes defensed, and tied for the team high with five total tackles.

Fantasy Impact

Dunbar, who won the starting job in training camp, played well in coverage and made plays all game. The road gets tougher in Week 2 when Andrew Luck and the Colts come to town.

Alex Johnson16 weeks ago
Quinton Dunbar showing noticeable improvement

Redskins cornerback Quinton Dunbar has been impressive so far in training camp as he competes for a starting role.

Fantasy Impact

Dunbar is pushing veteran Orlando Scandrick for the starting job opposite Josh Norman that was vacated by the offseason departure of Bashaud Breeland. Dunbar has been making plays every day in camp, including pass break-ups and interceptions on throws by both Colt McCoy and starter Alex Smith. After signing as an undrafted free agent in 2015, the former Florida Gators wide receiver made the transition to cornerback during his rookie season. He played well enough over the next three seasons, as a special-teamer and reserve corner, to earn a three-year contract extension worth up to $10.5 million. In 2017, Dunbar played in 15 games (four starts) and recorded 35 tackles, eight pass break-ups, and one interception, all career highs. Even if Scandrick wins the outside cornerback role, look for Dunbar to come in on nickel packages where Scandrick will kick inside to the slot.

Alex Johnson16 weeks ago