Fantasy Football’s WK7 Thursday Game Edition ALL IDP Start/Sit Chart
October 21, 2020 No Comments Article, IDP Tactical Charts Gary Van Dyke

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Questionable (?)  –  Out (O)

Recently Sent To Injuried Reserve (IR)

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Week 7

Giants Vs. Eagles

Giants Interior D-Lineman

Dalvin Tomlinson
Leonard Williams
Dexter Lawrence
B.J. Hill

See New Chart Key Above -Advice/Note: Stable and now all of them are healthy. And the Eagles fall right in the middle f the pack allowing production to the IDLs. Can’t necessarily see anyone over-achieving, but it is a divisional game so emotions will likely be running high. Our real rough part is knowing that normally only 2 of the 3 get it done, and the third ends up being just under par.

Giants Safeties

Logan Ryan
Jabrill Peppers
Julian Love
Adrian Colbert (O)

See New Chart Key Above -Advice/Note: Assuming that with Colbert out we see these three get the snaps they got last week, they are marked as the on-paper opportunity indicates. 

Giants Inside Linebackers

Blake Martinez
David Mayo
Devante Downs
Tae Crowder (IR)

See New Chart Key Above -Advice/Note: Figures, Crowder actually made a big splash for a couple of weeks to then land on the I.R. with a hammy. Hopefully, it was just some type of move for the roster and we’ll see him later on around week 10 or 11. 

As for now, Mayo just got off the I.R. and the assumption would be he’ll start next to Martinez. How many snaps he might get and all that is still unknown and it is not a lock he’d see significant snaps, to begin with. Until Crowder, the WILB next to Martinez was a part-time role. And Mayo’s strength is far from being a coverage backer which is what a WILB does. And what Crowder did so well. So with any questions, we’ve mentioned, you can understand why we have marked both Mayo and the former starter Downs like we have this contest.

Giants Edge Rushers

Kyler Fackrell (?)
Markus Golden
Oshane Ximines (IR)
Lorenzo Carter (IR)

SEE NEW CHART KEY ABOVE -Advice/Note: Simple enough, Fackrell gets his chance to impress again versus one of the teams allowing the most production versus the Edge Rushers in the league. And veteran Golden will get the chance to show us he could be a viable player down the road. He hasn’t shown anything yet with little chance to do so. So we go safe and advise owners to avoid him until we know for sure unless you are desperate.


Eagles Interior D-Lineman

Fletcher Cox
Javon Hargrave
Malik Jackson (O)
Hassan Ridgeway

See New Chart Key Above -Advice/Note: Stable and normally only getting what is on paper each matchup. Hence, if we are going here, Cox’s reputation got him marked as he is but would be really hard to go there this week.

Eagles Safeties

Rodney McLeod
Jalen Mills
Marcus Epps
K’Von Wallace (O)

See New Chart Key Above -Advice/Note: Both these guys have some upside based on what the Giants will bring to the table. But we’ve only marked them on their own merits. The one with the most to gain will depend on the game flow of course.

Eagles Inside Linebackers

Nathan Gerry
Duke Riley
Alex Singleton
T.J. Edwards (IR)
Davion Taylor

See New Chart Key Above -Advice/Note: Welp, that might have been another one that lasted a hot minute. Singleton saw about 90% of the snaps with Riley out in WK6 and Singleton was a hot pickup this week. But with Riley already back, we can’t trust that Singleton has done enough to see those types of snaps again. Nor can we trust that he didn’t if you’re a Riley owner for some reason.

This week, the one option is Gerry, and hope he didn’t get outplayed by Singleton in the Coaches eyes. Which they trust him, so doubt that’s the case. Our job is to advise, and we say avoid Singleton and Riley, and go with Gerry if you have been. It’s awful early in the week to risk starting out in the hole.

Eagles Edge Rushers

Brandon Graham
Derek Barnett
Josh Sweat
Genard Avery

SEE NEW CHART KEY ABOVE -Advice/Note: The Giants are the polar difference in allowing production to the edge rushers as they are to the interior defensive lineman. And the only reason Sweat isn’t higher is because he doesn’t get near the snaps that we can. And although he has been on fire when he does play, it sure would be really risky to go there.

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