7. Danny Trevathan
Danny Trevathan has been the stalwart in the middle of this defensive front over the past couple of seasons. Like Amos, Trevathan hardly leaves the field, playing the fourth most snaps on the defensive side of the football, over 94% of the snaps.
Over that play, he has racked up 75 tackles. Five went for loss, and Trevathan added four quarterback hits and two sacks. He also has an interception and forced fumble. Trevathan has also allowed 9.7 yards per target and a 92 passer rating allowed. It feels disrespectful to have the play caller of the defense with turnovers and tackles this low.
He ranks 22nd amongst linebackers in PFF grading, mainly due to his coverage skills. It would be unfair to say that he is a limited player, but Trevathan has been better in the box than he has been outside of the hashes this season.
The addition of Roquan Smith has put him in a great spot. Trevathan has been a stable piece and is a glue piece of this defense.