AFC SS/FS WK6 Original IDP Easy Start/Sit Charts
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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- The fifth element of the five step formula used is the mind behind it’s innovation. So there is a human aspect to reading these results and the delivery.
- All input into these charts are raw at the beginning of the seasons until the core information catches up with that seasons data, stat, and trends. The first three weeks on average are basically a warm up period. As some end of the year information from the prior season is included. This is until on average around week four of each season we have established the current season’s own material. This in turn is the strength of the charts. And just in time for the important bye-weeks.
- Never sit a stud! As a disclaimer and delivery we need to always keep in mind that sitting a known” stud” over a player that is not isn’t advisable. The charts are meant to split the IDP hairs among the level of players talent. And it is never advisable to “reach” for a player in play if those “IDP hairs” are minimal.
- These Charts are based on match ups versus talent of said players when it is boiled down to it. And trusting the charts do take a commitment. That is not included in our delevery and soley on the users.
AFC SS/FS IDP Fantasy Football Easy Start/Sit Charts
Bills: Bye Week.
Dolphins: Versus the Redskins. As marked with McClain reportedly ready to go and the lack of ownership % we see. Actually has a bit more “upside” to strong pending what the game flow might be.
Patriots: Versus the Giants. As marked and making a note based off the warning I mentioned on Harmon last week when Chung was out. He can’t get it done talent wise. Won’t ever even think about advising him as a bye week play with or without a warning.
Jets: Versus the Cowboys. As marked and was hard not to give Maye a strong bye week play as well. But safer to expect solid in this case.
West Notes: Looks like crap this week!
Broncos: Versus the Titans. As marked and noting that Jackson did return to practice in full Thursday. And “on-paper” for him it is barely solid. But his role as the strong safety in that defense and his ability is enough.
Chiefs: Versus the the Texans. As marked. Giving Mathieu his respect in a poor secondary. Another one “on-paper” just barely solid.
Chargers: Versus the Steelers. As Marked. And sticking with the theme of lack of “on-paper” upside. Teamer could still be on some waiver wires so he remains a deep bye week option. Noting there may be better options to look at as bye week plays. But considering the Steelers and likely game flow he’ll get you enough to not take a 0 in the box score. And with the state of the Chargers linebackers in front of him he could shock us this contest and beat the “on-paper”. That’s a big “if” here.
Raiders: Bye Week
Ravens: Versus the Bengals. The rumor reports point to Clark replacing Jefferson. And according to the third safeties snap counts this season he should be next man up. But the warning is that the Bengals are currently 31st allowing points to the safeties. So this isn’t the contest to reach without knowing versus the “on-paper” and risk.
Bengals: Versus the Ravens. As of Thursday Williams is not practicing. Hence the warning on Fejedelem. He should be next man up with no problem as a solid enough bye week play. Question is, does williams play kncking him completely out of the picture.
Browns: Versus the Seattle. The match-up is solid enough across the board on paper here. And we are leaving Whitehead as a solid green bye week play. But keep this in mind. There is risk as Burnett did return last contest from injury. But he did not resume a full time role. Realistically it will be Murry who likely takes the real hit in time on the field if they give Burnett his snaps back. Whiteheads actually been the best performer at safety thus far for the Browns. So the risk factor is lower than 50/50 on Whitehead not getting the opportunities to keep producing.
Steelers: Versus the Chargers. As marked. But noting that Edmunds has not been as “strong” the last few contests due to a couple of things. One is rookie Devin Bush has assumed his role with more snaps. And that Fitzpatrick has joined the squad. So for Edwards this is his “strong”, just keep that in mind. The charts are about match-ups just as much as talent. And situations have an effect.
Texans: Versus the Chiefs. With Addae having a top notch game last week I thought I’d copy and paste this game report that sums up why he is still weak this contest.
“Addae had a team-high 11 tackles in Sunday’s 53-32 win over the Falcons in Week 5.
Colts: Bye Week
Jaguars: Versus the Saints. Harrison has been limited, something to keep an eye on. And considering that Bucs FS Whitehead recorded eight tackles last contest versus the Saints, Wilson has his upside to solid bye week play. Maybe not eight tackles, but should count on at least four or five. Enough “solid” to keep from taking a fat 0 in the box score.
Titans: Versus the Broncos. As marked. Game flow will determine which safety pushes into the strong range.
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