News: San Diego DL Cam Thomas recorded a sack on Monday Night Football Week 13 in Jacksonville. Thomas helped the Chargers win the game as he took down Jaguars QB Blaine Gabbert. Thomas finished the game with two tackles.
Analysis: Thomas only has 14 tackles on the entire season to go with three sacks. Thomas is just a low-end Fantasy option in IDP formats.
News: San Diego DL Cam Thomas recorded his second sack of the season on Sunday versus Denver. That was the only sack the Chargers would get on Tim Tebow. Thomas finished the day with three tackles, two solo. San Diego would lose the game, 16-13, in overtime.
Analysis: Thomas now has 12 tackles and two sacks on the season for the Chargers. Unfortunately those numbers aren't good enough to give him Fantasy value in IDP leagues. Leave him on waivers.
News: Chargers DL Cam Thomas recorded his first career sack in Week 11 against the Broncos. It was his only tackle in the 35-14 win.
Analysis: Thomas was a fifth-round pick out of North Carolina, who is used mostly as a run stopper. He doesn't rack up a ton of tackles or sacks and does not stat consistently enough to be used in the majority of IDP leagues. Leave him on the waiver wire heading into Week 12.
News: The Chargers have agreed to a four-year contract with fifth-round pick DT Cam Thomas.
Analysis: Thomas, out of North Carolina, made 23 tackles last season, blocked a kick and was credited with three quarterback pressures. Thomas also got three sacks in the Senior Bowl. Thomas has a chance to play right away, but he will be more of a space eater than a play maker. Don't plan on drafting him in the majority of leagues, and his best asset will be helping the Chargers improve their run defense.
News: The Chargers drafted DT Cam Thomas in the fifth round of the NFL Draft at No. 146 overall. Thomas, who played at North Carolina, will help the Chargers replace the departed Jamal Williams, who went to Denver.
Analysis: Thomas has a chance to play right away, but he will be more of a space eater than a play maker. Don't plan on drafting him in the majority of leagues, and his best asset will be helping the Chargers improve in run defense.