Tags Archives: IDP Article

IDP Crystal Ball Week 6 October 16, 2021

METHODOLOGY In this weekly article, we will take a look at a couple of IDP players available in many leagues that appear to show promise or have a foreseeable path to time on the field and production. The hope is that you can acquire these players for fre...

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IDP Crystal Ball Week 5 October 8, 2021

In this weekly article, we will take a look at a couple of IDP players available in many leagues that appear to show promise or have a foreseeable path to time on the field and production. The hope is that you can acquire these players for free or relativ...

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IDP Crystal Ball: Week 2 September 17, 2021

When conducting in-season weekly maintenance in your leagues, you should take advantage of IR spots and any opportunities to add players to your roster. You may have a player ruled out or on short-term IR that is eligible for your league’s IR list--util...

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IDP Post-Rookie Draft Waiver Targets June 3, 2021

Each season in dynasty leagues there are post-rookie draft waiver targets that provide a tremendous value for owners who were savvy or lucky enough to find them on their roster. Some provide an immediate “home-run” return like Kamren Curl did last sea...

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IDP Draft Preview: Kwity Paye March 10, 2021

Kwity Paye came out of Bishop Hendricken high school as a three-star defensive lineman with plenty of accolades to his name. Coming out of Rhode Island, Paye was at a camp where he clocked a spectacular 4.5 40-yard dash, vaulting him to the top-ranked pla...

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IDP Draft Preview: Gregory Rousseau February 20, 2021

At 6’6” and 265 pounds, the Hurricane defensive lineman has excellent height for a pass rusher. Rousseau has a good base weight but should be able to add even more muscle as he develops in the NFL. His size, explosion, and speed are already above aver...

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The IDP Unseen: Part Three February 13, 2021

In this series of articles, we discuss some players from each defensive position group that are poised to break out this season. These players should put up a floor of respectable, fantasy starting lineup stat lines with the potential for positional top-1...

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IDP Wrap Up: Week 13 December 11, 2020

The New England Patriots took ownership of the Los Angeles Chargers offense on Sunday in LA. New England's defense shut out Justin Herbert, Keenan Allen, Austin Ekeler, et al. in a game where New England’s DST produced three sacks, a blocked kick, two...

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IDP Wrap Up: Week 10 November 20, 2020

WHAT WE LEARNED THIS WEEK Vegas baby! After relinquishing an average of 32 points per game through their first six games, the Raiders’ defense has tightened up significantly over their last three showings. Since the start of November, Las Vegas has give...

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IDP Wrap Up: Week 8 November 6, 2020

WHAT WE LEARNED THIS WEEK The Miami Dolphins did it again. A few weeks after dominating the 49ers, the Dolphins destroyed Jared Goff and company to beat the Rams 28-17. The defense and special teams produced two interceptions, two fumble recoveries, two ...

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IDP Rookie ADP Rewind May 11, 2020

It’s been two weeks since the NFL draft was completed and fantasy drafts have been in full swing ever since. In this article, I want to take a look at and break down what I have been seeing in the data I have collected to date. I have compiled a spreads...

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Still on the Market: Logan Ryan April 17, 2020

The biggest name still on the market for the cornerbacks has to be Logan Ryan. He was drafted by the New England Patriots in the third round, as the 83rd selection overall of the 2013 NFL Draft. Ryan spent the first four seasons of his career with the Pat...

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Still on the Market: Everson Griffen April 16, 2020

The biggest name still on the market for the defensive side has to be Everson Griffen.  He was the fourth round selection, 100th pick overall in the 2010 NFL Draft, of the Minnesota Vikings. Griffen has spent his entire ten-year career with the Vikings. ...

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Still on the Market: Clowney April 13, 2020

The biggest name still on the market for the defensive side, has to be Jadeveon Clowney.  He was the first overall pick of the 2014 NFL Draft, made by the Houston Texans. Clowney spent five seasons with Houston, where he improved each season and became a...

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IDP Change of Scenery: Denver to Baltimore April 9, 2020

One of the more intriguing names left on the market for me was Derek Wolfe, who just agreed to terms with Baltimore Ravens a few days ago. Interestingly enough they signed Wolfe just days after Michael Brockers had issues with his physical, who they had s...

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IDP Change of Scenery: Cleveland to Las Vegas April 8, 2020

One of the bigger names left on the market, Damarious Randall, just agreed to terms with the Las Vegas Raiders a few days ago. Unhappy with their veteran leadership and play at the safety position, they signed Randall to a one-year prove-it deal. There ar...

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IDP Change of Scenery: Atlanta to Cleveland April 5, 2020

One of the bigger names left on the market, Adrian Clayborn, just signed with the Cleveland Browns, a few days ago. The Browns signed the former Atlanta Falcon to a two year, $5.75 million deal. Not an expensive signing, but a decent deal for Clayborn, an...

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IDP Change of Scenery: San Francisco to Indianapolis March 25, 2020

This trade has the star power, the first round pick involved and was a bit of surprise to a lot of us. The San Francisco 49ers traded star stud defensive tackle, DeForest Buckner, and in return, they would receive the Colts' 2020 first round pick (13th ov...

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IDP Change of Scenery: Denver to Los Angeles March 21, 2020

One team that addressed a need was the Los Angeles Chargers, who looked to upgrade and improve their cornerback group, signing Chris Harris Jr. They have veteran Casey Hayward on one side and super talented Swiss army knife, Desmond King covering the slot...

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IDP Change of Scenery: Atlanta to Tennessee March 20, 2020

Being patient, the Titans sat back, let the market set itself and then went after their target. The player that they chose was outside linebacker Vic Beasley, formerly of the Atlanta Falcons.

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