Foyesade Oluokun (ATL): Oluokun's snap counts have risen each week this season, a sign we like to see in a young defender. His snap count rose to 61 percent last week, higher than Duke Riley's snap count. With the increased usage came higher production, as Oluokun logged 7 solos and 3 assists. Deion Jones could return this season, but if the Falcons are out of playoff contention, the team could elect to just let him rest and rehab. In which case, Oluokun would be a nice play the rest of the season as he's obviously outplaying the incumbent Riley. The rangy linebacker hailing from Yale represents a decent long-term play as well.
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