Week 13 IDP Rankings

 

Week 13 IDP Rankings

When Morgan Burnett is healthy and on the field, he has proven himself as a must-start.

It’s Week 13 of the NFL season and fantasy playoffs are either underway or right around the corner for teams that are looking to win a fantasy championship. This is the time of year where you know what your roster is made of and you have a sense of if you are a true contender or not. The IDP landscape is constantly changing, and no time more than in the last month of the year. In December, NFL teams that know they are not reaching the playoffs are more likely to play younger starters and rookies that need development. It’s a necessity to keep an eye on your players snap counts each week, as well as some breakout options that may be hiding on your league’s waiver wire. Set your team up for success now, and thank yourself later when you’re holding the trophy!


 

Let’s jump into our Week 13 IDP Rankings of each position, according to tackle-heavy scoring formats, enjoy.

 

**Note: IDP scoring format vary greatly from league to league, the rankings below will be listed based upon the following scoring format.**

 

  • Solo tackle: 2 points
  • Assisted tackle: 1 point
  • Tackle for loss: 1 point
  • Sack: 3 points
  • Interception: 3 points
  • Forced fumble: 3 points
  • Fumble recovery: 3 points
  • Defensive TD: 6 points
  • Safety: 2 points

 

Week 13 IDP Rankings

Akiem Hicks leads the Bears defense at home against San Francisco in Jimmy Garoppolo’s first start.

Defensive Linemen

 DLTEAMOPP
1Khalil MackOAKNYG
2Joey BosaLACCLE
3Demarcus LawrenceDALWAS
4Calais CampbellJAXIND
5Melvin IngramLACCLE
6Everson GriffenMIN@ ATL
7Cameron JordanNOCAR
8DeForest BucknerSF@ CHI
9Brandon GrahamPHI@ SEA
10Danielle HunterMIN@ ATL
11Akiem HicksCHISF
12Aaron DonaldLAR@ ARI
13Jason Pierre-PaulNYG@ OAK
14Carlos DunlapCINPIT
15Trey FlowersNE@ BUF
16Yannick NgakoueJAXIND
17Myles GarrettCLE@ LAC
18David IrvingDALWAS
19Solomon ThomasSF@ CHI
20Leonard WilliamsNYJKC
21Cameron HeywardPIT@ CIN
22Olivier VernonNYG@ OAK
23Jurrell CaseyTENHOU
24Derek BarnettPHI@ SEA
25Geno AtkinsCINPIT
26Mario AddisonCAR@ NO
27Ndamukong SuhMIADEN
28Muhammad WilkersonNYJKC
29Anthony ZettelDET@ MIA
30Stephon TuittPIT@ CIN
31Damon HarrisonNYG@ OAK
32Linval JosephMIN@ ATL
33Mario EdwardsOAKNYG
34Frank ClarkSEAPHI
35Gerald McCoyTB@ GB
36Vinny CurryPHI@ SEA
37Jerry HughesBUFNE
38Dante Fowler Jr.JAXIND
39Cameron WakeMIADEN
40Michael BennettSEAPHI

Trending Up: Akiem Hicks (DE, CHI)

After recording seven sacks in the Bears first eight games this season, Akiem Hicks has cooled off and hasn’t taken down a quarterback in the last three weeks, but there are reasons to be optimistic that Hicks will end the season on a hot streak. The biggest of those reasons is that Chicago’s remaining schedule is very favorable to pass rushers. Over the next four weeks, the Bears will see San Francisco, Cincinnati, Detroit, and Cleveland. The 49ers, Lions, and Browns are among only seven teams across the whole league who have allowed at least 35 sacks this season.

 

Trending Down: Myles Garrett (DE, CLE)

While Myles Garrett still remains one of my top dynasty options at defensive line, I’m less than optimistic about the numbers he will accrue over the last five weeks of the 2017 season. The biggest knock against Garrett is losing fellow linemate Emmanuel Ogbah for the season after Ogbah broke his foot in Cleveland’s Week 11 loss to the Jaguars. Garrett will now draw more attention from opposing offensive coordinators, and an extra blocker will be able to shift over and help block Garrett more often than before. Hold Garrett in all dynasty formats, as he should be back to full value to start the 2018 season.

Week 13 IDP Rankings

Reggie Ragland has found his place in Kansas City after Buffalo gave him the boot.

Linebackers

 LBTEAMOPP
1Bobby WagnerSEAPHI
2Deion JonesATLMIN
3Luke KuechlyCAR@ NO
4C.J. MosleyBALDET
5Kwon AlexanderTB@ GB
6Vontaze BurfictCINPIT
7Blake MartinezGBTB
8Ryan ShazierPIT@ CIN
9Joe SchobertCLE@ LAC
10Zach Brown WAS@ DAL
11Mark BarronLAR@ ARI
12Wesley WoodyardTENHOU
13Lavonte DavidTB@ GB
14Myles JackJAXIND
15Alec OgletreeLAR@ ARI
16Tahir WhiteheadDET@ BAL
17K.J. WrightSEAPHI
18Reuben FosterSF@ CHI
19Demario DavisNYJKC
20Christian KirkseyCLE@ LAC
21Jon BosticIND@ JAX
22Denzel PerrymanLACCLE
23Nigel BradhamPHI@ SEA
24Danny TrevathanCHISF
25Navorro BowmanOAKNYG
26Reggie RaglandKC@ NYJ
27Preston BrownBUFNE
28Eric KendricksMIN@ ATL
29Nick KwiatkoskiCHISF
30Kiko AlonsoMIADEN
31Darron LeeNYJKC
32Paul PoslusznyJAXIND
33B.J. GoodsonNYG@ OAK
34Jarrad DavisDET@ BAL
35Ramon HumberBUFNE
36Anthony HitchensDALWAS
37De'Vondre CampbellATLMIN
38Josh BynesARILAR
39Von MillerDEN@ MIA
40Kyle Van NoyNE@ BUF
41Chandler JonesARILAR
42A.J. KleinNOCAR
43Antonio MorrisonIND@ JAX
44Mychal KendricksPHI@ SEA
45Jordan EvansCINPIT
46Jaylon SmithDALWAS
47Thomas DavisCAR@ NO
48Justin HoustonKC@ NYJ
49Patrick OnwuasorBALDET
50Karlos DansbyARILAR

Trending Up: Reggie Ragland (ILB, KC)

Reggie Ragland has found new life with his new team in Kansas City after he was traded away from Buffalo for just a fourth-round pick, just one year after the Bills drafted Ragland 41st-overall in the 2016 NFL Draft. Ragland took a couple of months to adapt and learn the Chiefs playbook, but he has hit his stride late in the season and is now taking snaps away from veteran Derrick Johnson. Ragland is a great hold going into the 2018 season, where I think he has potential to put up LB2 numbers.

 

Trending Down: Jarrad Davis (MLB, DET)

Rookie linebacker Jarrad Davis has been disappointing for Lions’ fans as a first-round pick who was expected to immediately come in and fill a needed hole on defense as an every-down player at middle linebacker. Davis started the season off well, but in recent weeks has shown to be a liability in pass coverage which has lead the Lions to pull Davis off the field for rookie safety Teez Tabor in third-down passing situations. Davis could possibly still be experiencing some symptoms from an early-season concussion that caused him to miss time, I still have high hopes that he can be in the LB1 tier next season and beyond.

 

Week 13 IDP Rankings

Patrick Chung is on a hot streak in New England and fantasy owners need to take notice.

Defensive Backs

 DBTEAMOPP
1Keanu NealATLMIN
2Landon CollinsNYG@ OAK
3Morgan BurnettGBTB
4Jordan PoyerBUFNE
5Reshad JonesMIADEN
6Harrison SmithMIN@ ATL
7Kurt ColemanCAR@ NO
8Vonn BellNOCAR
9Johnathan CyprienTENHOU
10Barry ChurchJAXIND
11Budda BakerARILAR
12Kenny VaccaroNOCAR
13Karl JosephOAKNYG
14Eric ReidSF@ CHI
15Jahleel AddaeLACCLE
16Kevin ByardTENHOU
17T.J. McDonaldMIADEN
18Micah HydeBUFNE
19Byron JonesDALWAS
20Bradley McDougaldSEAPHI
21Justin EvansTB@ GB
22Jamal AdamsNYJKC
23Glover QuinDET@ BAL
24Patrick ChungNE@ BUF
25Matthias FarleyIND@ JAX
26Malcolm JenkinsPHI@ SEA
27Ha Ha Clinton-DixGBTB
28Daniel SorensenKC@ NYJ
29Marcus MayeNYJKC
30Devin McCourtyNE@ BUF
31Adoree JacksonTENHOU
32Sean DavisPIT@ CIN
33Justin SimmonsDEN@ MIA
34Tyrann MathieuARILAR
35Miles KillebrewDET@ BAL
36Tre'Davious WhiteBUFNE
37John JohnsonLAR@ ARI
38Tony JeffersonBALDET
39Travis CarrieOAKNYG
40D.J. SwearingerWAS@ DAL

Trending Up: Patrick Chung (SS, NE)

After being in Devin McCourty’s shadow for most of this season because of McCourty’s surprise production, Patrick Chung has now shown that he can be just as productive as the other New England safety. Chung has recorded 19 tackles and recovered two fumbles in the Patriots last two games and now the Patriots head to Buffalo where the Bills will attack New England with LeSean McCoy and a run-heavy offense.

Trending Down: Kevin Byard (FS, TEN)

Kevin Byard was one of fantasy’s most popular safeties after a sophomore season breakout in the first half of 2017. Things have cooled down lately though for Byard, whose numbers have dropped since his teammate Jonathan Cyprien has returned to the field. Byard has averaged less than four total tackles per game since Cyprien’s return, and from here until the end of the season, Byard’s fantasy value will remain contingent on if he can expand upon his NFL-leading six interceptions.

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