Week 10 IDP Rankings

IDP Rankings Week 10

DeForest Buckner has been an absolute menace in the trenches for the 49ers this season.

With four teams on bye this week and players still getting injured left and right around the league, finding value in depth is at its most important at this point in the fantasy season. Noticing which players snap counts are trending upwards or downwards, and being the first to spot a diamond in the rough can be the difference between winning a fantasy championship, and being forgotten as the team that finished in second place. When star players are getting injured across the league, notice which players are coming in to replace them and have the chance to make a noticeable impact on your fantasy team.

In my weekly IDP Waiver Wire article, published every Tuesday, I take a look at a handful of players worth an add either right now, or players to keep an eye on over the next few weeks that have the potential to blossom into lineup-worthy players. You can find this week’s article here, or contact me on my Twitter page @Dr_Brumley for any fantasy related questions or advice.

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Now let’s jump into our Week 10 IDP Rankings of each position, according to tackle-heavy scoring formats, enjoy.


**Teams on bye this week are: BAL, KC, OAK, and PHI**


**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


IDP Rankings Week 10

Emmanuel Ogbah and Myles Garrett look to team up together against the Lions porous offensive line.

Defensive Linemen

1Joey BosaLAC@ JAX
2Everson GriffenMIN@ WAS
3Melvin IngramLAC@ JAX
4Calais CampbellJAXLAC
5Cameron JordanNO@ BUF
6Demarcus LawrenceDAL@ ATL
7Myles GarrettCLE@ DET
8DeForest BucknerSFNYG
9Jadeveon ClowneyHOU@ LAR
10Jason Pierre-PaulNYG@ SF
11Aaron DonaldLARHOU
12David IrvingDAL@ ATL
13Henry Anderson [On IR]INDPIT
14Cameron WakeMIA@ CAR
15Trey FlowersNE@ DEN
16Frank ClarkSEA@ ARI
17Muhammad WilkersonNYJ@ TB
18Emmanuel OgbahCLE@ DET
19Mario AddisonCARMIA
20Geno AtkinsCIN@ TEN
21Anthony ZettelDETCLE
22Akiem HicksCHIGB
23Ndamukong SuhMIA@ CAR
24Leger DouzableSFNYG
25Michael BennettSEA@ ARI
26Leonard WilliamsNYJ@ TB
27Eddie GoldmanCHIGB
28Danielle HunterMIN@ WAS
29Kawann ShortCARMIA
30Damon HarrisonNYG@ SF
31Carlos DunlapCIN@ TEN
32Alex OkaforNO@ BUF
33Cameron HeywardPIT@ IND
34A'Shawn RobinsonDETCLE
35Jurell CaseyTENCIN
36Linval JosephMIN@ WAS
37Jerry HughesBUFNO
38Dante FowlerJAXLAC
39Yannick NgakoueJAXLAC
40Julius PeppersCARMIA

Trending Up: Emmanuel Ogbah (DE, CLE)

Myles Garrett looks to be fully recovered from a concussion that kept him out of Cleveland’s week 8 game in London against the Vikings and that is great news for fellow Browns lineman Emmanuel Ogbah. Garrett will be lining up on the opposite side of the line from Ogbah, drawing attention from Detroit offensive linemen, opening more opportunities for pressure on Ogbah’s side. Although he didn’t record any tackles in week 8, Ogbah was still a presence on the field, drawing holding penalties, batting down two passes at the line of scrimmage, and blocking an extra point attempt.


Trending Down: Gerald McCoy (DT, TB) 

With Jameis Winston being shut down for a few weeks and star wide receiver Mike Evans suspended for one game, the Buccaneers offense is in shambles and defensive players such as McCoy will see their fantasy value affected as a result. With the Buccaneers offense failing to put up points on the scoreboard while being led by Ryan Fitzpatrick, opposing teams, such as the Jets this weekend, should be able to jump out to an early lead and run the ball to control the clock. McCoy, and other Tampa defensive linemen such as Robert Ayers, will have fewer chances for sacks and see a decrease in value.

IDP Rankings Week 10

Brandon Marshall has been sizzling as of late, even reaching the end zone last weekend.


1Zach BrownWASMIN
2Blake MartinezGB@ CHI
3Bobby WagnerSEA@ ARI
4Deion JonesATLDAL
5Lavonte DavidTBNYJ
6Joe SchobertCLE@ DET
7Luke KuechlyCARMIA
8Telvin SmithJAXLAC
9Deone BucannonARISEA
10Christian KirkseyCLE@ DET
11Brandon MarshallDENNE
12Vontaze BurfictCIN@ TEN
13Ryan ShazierPIT@ IND
14Reuben FosterSFNYG
15Kwon AlexanderTBNYJ
16Myles JackJAXLAC
17Danny TrevathanCHIGB
18Eric KendricksMIN@ WAS
19Demario DavisNYJ@ TEN
20K.J. WrightSEA@ ARI
21Sean LeeDAL@ ATL
22Jon BosticINDPIT
23Benardrick McKinneyHOU@ LAR
24Denzel PerrymanLAC@ JAX
25Mark BarronLARHOU
26Jarrad DavisDETCLE
27Nick VigilCIN@ TEN
28Jamie CollinsCLE@ DET
29Wesley WoodyardTENCIN
30Kiko AlonsoMIA@ CAR
31Kyle Van NoyNE@ DEN
32Darron LeeNYJ@ TB
33Alec OgletreeLARHOU
34Ramon HumberBUFNO
35Thomas DavisCARMIA
36Will ComptonWASMIN
37Karlos DansbyARISEA
38Von MillerDENNE
39Lawrence TimmonsMIA@ CAR
40Tahir WhiteheadDETCLE
41B.J. GoodsonNYG@ SF
42Elandon RobertsNE@ DEN
43Zach CunninghamHOU@ LAR
44Preston BrownBUFNO
45De'Vondre CampbellATLDAL
46Chandler JonesARISEA
47Connor BarwinLARHOU
48Brock CoyleSFNYG
49Christian JonesCHIGB
50Anthony BarrMIN@ WAS

Trending Up: Brandon Marshall (ILB, DEN)

Ever since Broncos inside linebacker Todd Davis suffered a high ankle sprain in week 7 against the Chargers, teammate Brandon Marshall has risen to the occasion and made the most of the extra tackle opportunities. In his last two games, Marshall has combined for 15 total tackles, including a sack, and he even returned a fumble for a touchdown last week. The Broncos host New England on Sunday Night Football this week, which should bode well for Marshall’s fantasy numbers, as the Patriots offense was on the field for 86 snaps in their last game against the Chargers.


Trending Down: Zach Cunningham (ILB, HOU)

After I had him ranked third among rookie linebackers coming into the season, Zach Cunningham has failed to make his mark on the stat sheet that fantasy owners have hoped for in the Vanderbilt product’s rookie season. If Cunningham can’t produce in the next two weeks against the run-heavy offenses of the Rams and Cardinals, then there may be a larger problem than just scheme usage. Have patience with Cunningham in dynasty though, as I still value him as a top-five linebacker in this class moving forward.


IDP Rankings Week 10

Eric Reid looks to make the most of his second chance to start at strong safety for San Francisco.

Defensive Backs

1Reshad JonesMIA@ CAR
2Keanu NealATLDAL
3Tyvon BranchARISEA
4Harrison SmithMIN@ WAS
5Landon CollinsNYG@ SF
6Adrian AmosCHIGB
7Kurt ColemanCARMIA
8Jahleel AddaeLAC@ JAX
9Kevin ByardTENCIN
10Byron JonesDAL@ ATL
11Jamal AdamsNYJ@ TB
12Devin McCourtyNE@ DEN
13Kenny Vacarro [OUT]NO@ BUF
14Glover QuinDETCLE
15Jordan PoyerBUFNO
16Eric ReidSFNYG
17Matthias FarleyINDPIT
18Ha Ha Clinton-DixGB@ CHI
19Johnathan CyprienTENCIN
20Josh JonesGB@ CHI
21Barry ChurchJAXLAC
22Micah HydeBUFNO
23Antoine BetheaARISEA
24Kam ChancellorSEA@ ARI
25Andrew SendejoMIN@ WAS
26Tavon WilsonDETCLE
27Marcus MayeNYJ@ TB
28T.J. McDonaldMIA@ CAR
29Justin SimmonsDENNE
30Tyrann MathieuARISEA
31Sean DavisPIT@ IND
32Adoree JacksonTENCIN
33Lamarcus JoynerLARHOU
34Justin EvansTBNYJ
35Derrick KindredCLE@ DET
36Tre'Davious WhiteBUFNO
37Marshon LattimoreNO@ BUF
38Eli AppleNYG@ SF
39Adrian ColbertSFNYG
40DeAngelo HallWASMIN

Trending Up: Eric Reid (SS, SF)

Eric Reid is becoming a beneficiary of injuries as his teammates all seem to be dropping like flies in the 49ers defense. With Jimmie Ward and Jaquiski Tartt heading to the injured reserve in back-to-back weeks, Reid reclaims his starting strong safety role and will play next to rookie Adrian Colbert. Tartt has been a solid low-end DB1 to high-end DB2 playing this position for San Francisco this season, and there’s no reason Reid shouldn’t be able to do the same.


Trending Down: Tavon Wilson (SS, DET)

The Detroit Lions defense faces a negative matchup this week as they are set to host the Cleveland Browns at Ford Field. If Lions safety Tavon Wilson fails to record a turnover against the Browns, he may struggle to make a dent in the stat sheet as the Browns offense will struggle to stay on the field. Play Wilson with risk/reward in mind, as we all know an interception returned for a touchdown against the Browns isn’t the most uncommon thing to happen in the league this year.

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