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The success of the New Orleans Saints defense depends on the heart of a Saint: Nick Fairley's.New Orleans Saints defensive lineman Nick Fairley plays his heart out, but now has a cardiac condition that may force him to retire. Drew Brees Jerseys Health, of course, is way more important than football so our thoughts and prayers are with Fairley. Willie Snead Jerseys We don't know what the diagnosis is but he's been playing in the NFL for the past six years with cardiomegaly (commonly referred to as an “enlarged heart").In fact, many athletes, including four-time Super Bowl champion Jesse Sapolu, have developed enlarged hearts with slightly thicker muscle walls and lower heart function as a result of their active lifestyle.So, while heart disease isn't a diagnosis that anyone wants to hear, it isn't always life- or career-threatening. Hopefully, this will be the case for Fairley, who recently sought a third opinion on a new or worsening pre-existing heart condition. Brandin Cooks Jerseys Given that Fairley is a vital part of the Saints defense, let's discuss what this means for fantasy football leagues.

If He Plays If Nick Fairley's condition requires treatment and monitoring while allowing him to continue playing, that would be great for the New Orleans Saints defense. It'd be naive to say that if he plays, he'll be as good or even better than he was last season in which he recorded 43 tackles and 6.5 sacks (both career highs). His heart condition will likely decrease the number of snaps he takes and fewer snaps means lower numbers. It's a direct relationship.Although Fairley's snaps may decrease, causing a dip in stats, his impact won't. The ratio between the number of snaps he had and his individual stats last year should remain more or Mark Ingram Jerseys less the same this Michael Thomas Jerseys season. However, while that ratio should be the same, in an IDP fantasy league, straight, hard numbers matter, not percentages or fractions. Select a starter who's not injured, will be utilized often, and rack up those points. It's that simple.Predicting the impact of Nick Fairley's health on the performance of the Saints defense as a whole isn't as simple.