Thursday Night Football IDP Easy Start/Sit Charts: K.C. AT DEN.
October 15, 2019 Comments Off on Thursday Night Football IDP Easy Start/Sit Charts: K.C. AT DEN. 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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Users of these charts should always keep certain things in mind when using these charts. 

  1. 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.
  2. 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. 
  3. 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. 
  4. 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.

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Thursday Night Football
The Chiefs versus The Broncos
Thursday , October 17th

Disclaimer: We do tend to side with caution on Thursday night charts. There is a whole lot of football to come on the weekends. So there needs to be clear cut reasoning applied to avoid starting off in the hole.

Bronco Notes:

ILB: On-paper this is not even near a solid match-up, actually as weak as it gets. The Chiefs remain at the rock bottom end of allowing points to ILBs. With that being said. Sure we know at least one ILB for Denver should make an impact. We only trust Davis. We know that Johnson is hot waiver wire pickup. But we aren’t sure if his play time over Jewell wasn’t still injury related. So all together and Sunday around the corner, we stick with a weak match-up slot.

SS/FS: As marked and don’t be surprised if one or both of these safeties end up strong and lead the defense in production. Indications are the “upside” lays with the safeties.

DL/Edge Rushers: As marked. And still seeing a lot of the green bye week guys sitting on waiver wires. Harris might be gone as he has been trending. But the broncos offer up solid numbers to the inner DLs. As for Miller, the match-up on the outside isn’t good and Miller hasn’t been able to show any “upside” over the 5-step formula.

Chiefs Notes:

ILBs: If this wasn’t a top five on paper type situation for who ever starts and plays the most snaps, we would have went weak. Just based on the mess in the last two weeks with Hitchens getting injured and how they have handled it. Not only are the snap counts “off”, but the output as well in IDP production. If you need a home-run type play follow your heart. And may the Fantasy Football Gods be with you. We need a couple of weeks with everyone healthy to clear up what Reed is going to do again.

SS/FS: As marked. Noting that this match-up on paper firmly has Thornhill as a bye week play. And the situation with the ILBs in front of him even gives it upside. He is averaging about 80% of the snaps. That should be plenty solid for this solid play.

DL/Edge Rushers: At the time of this article we have no real factual update on Jones. Other than he hasn’t/isn’t practicing. With Okafor and Ogbah they are as marked based of ownership we see. We don’t see Jones playing as a problem for the bye week plays. Nnadi would have been but his ownership is up. If he is there then he certainly is an option. This is just solid green bye week plays. On paper it would be tough to indicate any more than that. Clark, well, who knows. He remains an enigma. On paper better than weak. But so far in life not worth testing out.

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