Top Dynasty IDP Targets Under 26 In 2020: #34 Thru #36
February 18, 2020 No Comments Article Gary Van Dyke

Welcome to the fantasy football’s dynasty IDP targets under 26 in 2020. This series of articles is intended to help those fantasy football owners looking to revamp or start a dynasty roster. So why 26 under 26? Because our focus is on a group of fantasy football defensive players that are no older than 25. And have shown to be long term potential IDP assets at the highest level. The kind players we want to have on our rosters as they hit their prime years. And hopefully helping us earn a few titles as the seasons roll by.

Dynasty IDP Targets Ranking Ground Rules

Ranking fantasy football players can vary in opinions. So we will lay out the ground rules on how those IDP hairs were split between these players. Starting with the following things taken under consideration. And making this statement now.

No matter how, when. or why it’s an opinion.  And the same can be said on who the players are that are chosen to be in the rankings. 

So with that being said, my credentials in IDP knowledge runs around fifteen years now. And much of that time is not just spent on fantasy football data. It also includes researching and keeping up on the latest reports and news. And although “numbers” have to be used to rank. I find that those IDP hairs are so thin to split that normally I’d soon have any player within a difference of ten from any given rank.

The point here is we’ll list the considerations taken into these rankings. And my personal opinions are just that. Because all of the 26 and likely a few that didn’t make my list, boils down to my personal preferences.

Now on to our Dynasty IDP Targets under 26 years old for 2020.


Considered

Player statistics

Team situation

Surrounding Talent

Player potential

Consistency Margin Of Error

Preferences


 

2020’s Fantasy Football Top Dynasty IDP Targets:

#34 Thru #36

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INDIANAPOLIS, IN - NOVEMBER 17: Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Yannick Ngakoue (91) celebrates a defensive stop during the NFL game between the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Indianapolis Colts on November 17, 2019 at Lucas Oil Stadium, in Indianapolis, IN. (Photo by Zach Bolinger/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

DE/Edge Yannick Ngakoue #34

Yannick Ngakoue

H/W: 6-2 – 246lb

Age: 24

2018 Team: Jacksonville Jaguars

2018 Defensive Scheme: 4-3

College: Maryland

Drafted: 3rd round / 69th overall / 2016

Gridiron Ratings

Overall

DE

ER

Performance

DE

ER

opportunity

DE

ER

Availability

DE

ER

solo

DE

ER

Author Call: Stable, possibly Accending

Contract

IDP Take

Technically, Yannick Ngakoue has been on a slight decline from his 2017 breakout, as we can see in his stats versus his yearly snap counts. And hinging on those combined game-changing type stats like sacks and forced fumbles. But he has shown enough for the stable call overall, and the possible accending author call. The call has to be weighed via Solo Ratings and after we see where he plays in 2020. And of course, the defensive scheme of the team will help determine a lot. His dynasty owners should want a 4-3 scheme if he moves on, the most pronounced for a DE’s value, and what the Jaguars use if he stays home.

KANSAS CITY, MO - AUGUST 24: Linebacker Dre Greenlaw #57 of the San Francisco 49ers drops back on defense during the second half of a pre-season game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium on August 24, 2019 in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by Peter G. Aiken/Getty Images)

WILB Dre Greenlaw#35

Dre Greenlaw

H/W: 6-2 – 227lb

Age: 22

2018 Team: San Francisco

2018 Defensive Scheme: 4-3

College: Arkansas  

Drafted: 5th round / 148th overall / 2016

Gridiron Ratings

Overall

Performance

opportunity

Availability

solo

Author Call: TBd, Possibly accending

Contract

IDP Take

Greenlaw is a bit tricky at the moment, the current situation warrants the 49ers moving on from Kwon Alexander. And Greenlaw owners will want that to happen soon to secure the warm fuzzy feeling every owner would want. He showed they didn’t need to overpay injury risk veteran Alexander and indeed made an impact worth noting. So when or if Alexander officially moves on, unfortunately still has some barring here.

Dynasty IDP Targets / IDP Dime Drop

OLB/Edge Harold Landry #36

Harold Antonio Landry III

H/W: 6-2 – 252lb

Age: 23

2018 Team: Tennessee Titans

2018 Defensive Scheme: 3-4

College: Boston College

Drafted: 2nd round / 41st overall / 2018

Gridiron Ratings

Overall

LB

ER

Performance

LB

ER

opportunity

LB

ER

Availability

LB

ER

solo

LB

ER

Author Call: Accending (ER*)

Contract

IDP Take

As an edge rusher, Landry showed signs of taking the next step in season two for IDP owners. Which we can mainly reflect on by looking at his Solo Rating, and heading into his third season with the potential of breaking out, he has the look of a player we need to consider his potential ER1 status. The same could be said in a sack heavy scoring format as a linebacker. And pending just how sack heavy the format might be, he likely has solid LB2 or LB1 potential. But in core base tackle formats, his OLB in the 3-4 scheme ceiling right now of 68 combined tackle from 2019 reduces his value to a low LB2 minimum.

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