AFC ILB WK9 Original IDP Easy Start/Sit Charts

AFC ILB WK9 Original IDP Easy Start/Sit Charts
November 3, 2019 Comments Off on AFC ILB WK9 Original IDP Easy Start/Sit Charts Article, Tactical, Uncategorized Gary Van Dyke

All original and proven IDP Fantasy Football Easy Start/Sit Charts are based on a five step formula method. This formula is used on an accumulate amount of information data, stats, trends and info. And of course the knowledge of reading these in the formula used. These formulas were under development for approximately seven seasons before being shared with the general public. And in that process the Charts can claim in the general area, on average,  of at least a 80% hit rate. Although in years past this has been tested and proven we have to keep in mind that in fantasy football it is always “any given Sunday”. 

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AFC ILB IDP Fantasy Football Easy Start/Sit Charts

Week Nine

East Notes: Fun Unit this week!

Bills: Versus the Redskins. This is “just” solid on paper. The Redskins are starting the rookie Haskins at QB via the latest reports. Game flow can go either way.

Dolphins: Versus the Jets. Actually “just” solid and a mixture in playing time. Beigel could be seen as a LB2 to LB3 type this contest. But we won’t be placing him here again. To see why please go to AFC DL/Edge charts where he’ll be more effective.

Patriots: Versus the Ravens. This will also be the last time we see Van Noy here unless things change. Please see the AFC Edge/Dl charts on him as well explaining why. Hightower has assumed the MLB spot for the Patriots. As long as they continue what they have been doing he actually has “up-side” to strong this contest.

Jets: Versus the Dolphins. Everyone is beat up and hurt in this group. Burgess was added to the squad just before the last contest and was automatically playing at ILB at a full time role. We should expect the same this contest and the Dolphins do allow top five numbers to that position. He is a hot bye week start this week. Who plays next to him remains to be seen at this time. So we won’t advice digging that deep, yet.

WARNING!

Interesting that #Raiders list LB Will Compton as starting in place of Brandon Marshall despite Marshall just signing back with the team this week.

West Notes: Warnings across the board!

Broncos: Versus the Browns. Davis is the only safe way to go from our point of view. New on the scene a few weeks back Johnson has lost his shine. Reports are coming out that he is struggling. There is a real risk at this time that Jewell cuts back into his playing time.

Chiefs: Versus the Vikings. This is “just” solid match-up. And after a few weeks of huge rotation among the players listed it did level out last contest with Hitchens and Wilson getting the full time snap counts. But Ragland still did get a chunk, and Nieman remains a threat to cut back in. Who knows at this point from week to week what they do. It seems to depend on “game flow” set by opponents. Wilson should be seen as a low solid and risky bye week play if needing one.

Chargers:  Versus the Packers. Another “just” solid match-up for Davis, who is still getting just within the full time role. Perryman and Tranquill both seen around 50% of the snap counts last contest. And the match-up on paper is weak enough to avoid either this week.

Raiders: Versus the Lions. Whiteheads secure role gives him a boost to strong in an “upper” solid match-up. Morrow should be solid. But the warning is that Compton and Marshall have both been recently signed. Is this just for depth? We might want to wait and see and look for another solid match-up over risking that Morrow is a replaceable talent.

North Notes:

Ravens: Versus the Patriots. This Monday night contest is actually strong on paper. The catch “22” is that prior to Onswuasor going down with an ankle injury a couple of contests ago, the Ravens was shaking up the ILB squad. We should assume that Onswuasor returns as a full-time player if he is a go on Monday. But we also need to note that Fort has reportedly played well enough that he could cut in or replace one of the other two ILBS time on the field. As of right now Onswuasor is trending to play. It’s a risky situation to wait on and risk how it plays out.

Bengals: Bye Week.

Browns: Versus the Broncos. As marked.

Steelers: Versus the Colts. Bush is the only real solid with “upside” to strong play here. With Barron and Williams both healthy the snap count went like this last contest.

Barron 67% and Williams 57%. 

Game flow is likely going to determine who gets what time on the field. It still should go “just” solid enough. But was a factor in not listing either as a bye week play at this time.

South Notes:

Texans: Versus the Jaguars. A “just” solid on paper. But either in this divisional match-up hold their normal up-side. Not to mention they don’t have J.J. Watt in front of them helping anymore.

Colts: Versus the Steelers. Leonard is a stud, so likely will end this “barely” solid match-up as normal. Which would be strong. But the inconsistency of snaps between the other two makes them a weak play. Walker did manage to jump back up to the 80% area last contest and performed well. But in this barely solid match u on paper we’ll play it safe and go weak with them.

Jaguars: Versus the Titans. Weak as it gets on paper as the Texans are the rock bottom in allowing points to ILBs. Goode is healthy again, but we’ll leave the reminder of the post below which leaves in question who does get to play next to Jack.

Eugene Frenette @GeneFrenette 25 Oct

Malcolm Smith and Calitro will likely see snaps at LB vs. Jets due to attrition there, says Marrone. #Jaguars

Titans: Versus the Panthers. As marked.

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