For most of his 14 seasons as a pro, Campbell has been a force on the field and an incredibly productive and consistent player for IDP managers. Going into 2020 he had averaged almost eight sacks per season since 2009 and had not fallen short of 34 solo tackles in any campaign. While Campbell is still getting it done on the field, he has not been the same in the box scores since joining the Ravens. This is more scheme-related than a sign of declining play. Baltimore's front three play a lot of read and react with two-gap assignments, restricting the aggressiveness of their defensive linemen by requiring them to occupy space and control offensive linemen rather than penetrate and make plays. Campbell is 36 in September and nearing the end of a stellar career. His sack total should bounce back a little, but he will never again be among the top-ten. In fact, Campbell will only be worthy of a roster spot in leagues with more than 12 teams and/or very deep rosters.