Week 11 IDP Rankings


Week 11 IDP Rankings

Vontaze Burfict looks to rebound after being ejected from last week’s game in the second quarter.

Not going to waste any time this week, let’s jump right into our Week 11 IDP Rankings of each position, according to tackle-heavy scoring formats, enjoy.


**Teams on bye this week are: CAR, IND, NYJ, SF**


**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 11 IDP Rankings

Danielle Hunter might finally be playing up to the potential that everyone had hoped for in his 2017 campaign.

Defensive Linemen

1Joey BosaLACBUF
2Khalil MackOAKNE
3Cameron JordanNOWAS
4Calais CampbellJAX@ CLE
5Demarcus LawrenceDALPHI
6Melvin IngramLACBUF
7Jason Pierre-PaulNYGKC
8Aaron DonaldLAR@ MIN
9Jadeveon ClowneyHOUARI
10Myles GarrettCLEJAX
11Everson GriffenMINLAR
12David IrvingDALPHI
13Akiem HicksCHIDET
14Brandon GrahamPHI@ DAL
15Olivier VernonNYGKC
16Danielle HunterMINLAR
17Trey FlowersNEOAK
18Fletcher CoxPHI@ DAL
19Geno AtkinsCIN@ DEN
20Carlos DunlapCIN@ DEN
21Emmanuel OgbahCLEJAX
22Cameron WakeMIATB
23Anthony ZettelDET@ CHI
24Damon HarrisonNYGKC
25Ndamukong SuhMIATB
26Frank ClarkSEAATL
27Alex OkaforNOWAS
28Derek BarnettPHI@ DAL
29Jurrell CaseyTEN@ PIT
30Cameron HeywardPITTEN
31Linval JosephMINLAR
32Yannick NgakoueJAX@ CLE
33Mario Edwards Jr.OAKNE
34Michael BennettSEAATL
35Stephon TuittPIT@ TEN
36Vinny CurryPHI@ DAL
37A'Shawn RobinsonDET@ CHI
38Dante FowlerJAX@ CLE
39Robert AyersTB@ MIA
40Michael BrockersLAR@ MIN

Trending Up: Danielle Hunter (DE, MIN)

After a disappointing start to the season, many people were starting to doubt Danielle Hunter and were placing him among the biggest IDP Busts of 2017. After all, with an increased number of snaps and playing alongside one of the league’s most successful edge rushers in Everson Griffen, what could Hunter possibly have as an excuse not to play similarly to the way he did in 2016. While his season has been underwhelming thus far, it seems as if he may be turning a corner and possibly playing more like a version of himself that we saw last year. Hunter now has sacks in two of his last three games and he forced a fumble against Cleveland in the game he didn’t take down the quarterback. With a favorable schedule to finish the season, patient Hunter owners that have held him throughout the season may finally be getting rewarded soon.


Trending Down: Julius Peppers (DE, CAR) 

It seems as if Father Time may finally be catching up with 37-year-old Julius Peppers. The Panthers veteran lineman’s snap counts have been dwindling throughout the end of October into November, as Peppers was only on the field for 22 of the Panther 55 defensive plays on Monday night. Peppers may need the Panthers current bye week to rest his body’s aches and pains as much as possible if he hopes to see an uptick in snaps alongside fellow defensive ends Mario Addison and Charles Johnson.

Week 11 IDP Rankings

De’Vondre Campbell posted 13 total tackles in the Falcons win over the Cowboys on Sunday.


1Zach BrownWAS@ NO
2Ryan ShazierPITTEN
3C.J. MosleyBAL@ GB
4Navorro BowmanOAKNE
5Bobby WagnerSEAATL
6Joe SchobertCLEJAX
7Deion JonesATL@ SEA
8Vontaze BurfictCIN@ DEN
9Telvin SmithJAX@ CLE
10Lavonte DavidTB@ MIA
11Christian KirkseyCLEJAX
12Blake MartinezGBBAL
13Wesley WoodyardTEN@ PIT
14Mark BarronLAR@ MIN
15Anthony HitchensDALPHI
16Eric KendricksMINLAR
17Kwon AlexanderTB@ MIA
18Danny TrevathanCHIDET
19Jarrad DavisDET@ CHI
20Myles JackJAX@ CLE
21Brandon MarshallDENCIN
22Martrell SpaightWAS@ NO
23Denzel PerrymanLACBUF
24Lawrence TimmonsMIATB
25K.J. WrightSEAATL
26Alec OgletreeLAR@ MIN
27Deone BucannonARI@ HOU
28Justin HoustonKC@ NYG
29Benardrick McKinneyHOUARI
30Kiko AlonsoMIATB
31Ramon HumberBUF@ LAC
32Christian JonesCHIDET
33Nick VigilCIN@ DEN
34Von MillerDENCIN
35Preston BrownBUF@ LAC
36De'Vondre CampbellATL@ SEA
37B.J. GoodsonNYGKC
38Elandon RobertsNEOAK
39Chandler JonesARI@ HOU
40Nigel BradhamPHI@ DAL
41Vince WilliamsPITTEN
42Zach CunninghamHOUARI
43Tahir WhiteheadDETCHI
44Kyle Van NoyNEOAK
45Justin DurantDALPHI
46Karlos DansbyARI@ HOU
47Hayes PullardLACBUF
48Leonard FloydCHIDET
49Derrick JohnsonKC@ NYG
50Patrick OnwuasorBAL@ GB

Trending Up: De’Vondre Campbell (WLB, ATL)

Ever since Falcons rookie linebacker Duke Riley tore his meniscus in week 7 against the Patriots, De’Vondre Campbell has used his additional playing time to excel in Atlanta’s defense. Before Riley’s injury, Campbell was hovering around 75-80% of snaps every week, but in the last month, he has been on the field for almost every snap for the Falcons. Campbell posted his best game of his career this past Sunday, with 13 total tackles against the Cowboys.


Trending Down: A.J. Klein (MLB, NO)

Even before injuring his ankle against the Bills on Sunday, Klein was a player that seemed like an anomaly among fellow linebackers. Klein had played every single snap for the Saints prior to week 10, but his impact in the box score always seemed underwhelming. Now that Klein is injured and is being substituted for Manti T’eo, who led the Saints with six total tackles on Sunday, Klein’s value has sunk even further until he can possibly come back to the field. Even then, he may be a player that should just stay on waivers until he is a proven producer on the field.


Week 11 IDP Rankings

The Cardinals look to fill a void left in their defense after Tyvon Branch’s season-ending injury, is Antoine Bethea the man for the job?

Defensive Backs

1Keanu NealATL@ SEA
2Reshad JonesMIATB
3Adrian AmosCHIDET
4Karl JosephOAKNE
5Harrison SmithMINLAR
6Landon CollinsNYGKC
7Kevin ByardTEN@ PIT
8Devin McCourtyNEOAK
9Byron JonesDALPHI
10Johnathan CyprienTEN@ PIT
11Jahleel AddaeLACBUF
12Micah HydeBUF@ LAC
13Glover QuinDET@ CHI
14T.J. McDonaldMIATB
15Kenny Vacarro [OUT]NOWAS
16Barry ChurchJAX@ CLE
17Ha Ha Clinton-DixGBBAL
18Andrew Sendejo [OUT]MINLAR
19Jordan PoyerBUF@ LAC
20Sean DavisPITTEN
21Antoine BetheaARI@ HOU
22Daniel SorensenKC@ NYG
23Eric WeddleBAL@ GB
24Earl ThomasSEAATL
25Josh JonesGBBAL
26Malcolm JenkinsPHI@ DAL
27Budda BakerARI@ HOU
28D.J. SwearingerWAS@ NO
29Tavon WilsonDET@ CHI
30Justin SimmonsDENCIN
31Tyrann MathieuARI@ HOU
32Lamarcus JoynerLAR@ MIN
33Justin EvansTB@ MIA
34Adoree JacksonTEN@ PIT
35Morgan BurnettGBBAL
36Kyle FullerCHIDET
37Malcolm ButlerNEOAK
38Darqueze DenardCIN@ DEN
39DeAngelo HallWAS@ NO
40Jabrill PeppersCLEJAX

Trending Up: Antoine Bethea (FS, ARI)

The Cardinals have been facing injury after injury this season and last Thursday night was no exception as Tyvon Branch, one of the top IDP safeties this season, suffered a season-ending ACL tear against the Seahawks. Arizona will rely upon veteran Antoine Bethea and rookie second-round pick Budda Baker to fill the hole left by Branch, and both possess value moving forward. The Cardinals defensive scheme has always seemed to produce high-scoring, playmaking defensive backs, and either Bethea or Baker now have the chance to become a weekly DB1 in the right role.


Trending Down: Justin Simmons (SS, DEN)

This may seem like an odd suggestion after Simmons just racked up 10 total tackles and a sack against the Patriots on Sunday night, but Justin Simmons and the Broncos now face a tough remaining schedule of opponents in regards to IDP scoring the next few weeks. After taking advantage of a positive matchup against New England, Simmons now will face the Bengals, Raiders, Dolphins, Jets, and Colts over the next five weeks, teams who have not been kind to opposing defensive backs in terms of tackles. If your trade deadline has not yet passed in your league, you may want to see if you can get any value out of Simmons coming off of his huge performance against the Patriots.

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