IDP Corner: TNF Week 10

This week we are featured with two teams who often garner plenty of IDP attention, some deservedly so, others not as much. Legitimately all of the Cardinal’s linebackers are starters for most fantasy teams and Haason Reddick is waiting in the wings, and a likely star in the near future. Seattle’s defense is a little older overall, and slightly fewer bright stars these days, yet still relatively fantasy capable.

The weekly starters or most likely owned in your league from tonight’s game: Bobby Wagner, Deone Bucannon, Tyvon Branch, Earl Thomas, Kam Chancellor, Antoine Bethea, Karlos Dansby, Chandler Jones, and Tyrann Mathieu.

Now on to who has my eye:

Defensive Linemen:
Jarran Reed: After a big game against the Giants, Reed has produced better in the proceeding two weeks. I expect Arizona to work the run more with Palmer out, so Reed should have some chances at continuing his above average trend of the past three games.

K.J. Wright: After a midseason dip, Wright has been on an uptick since Seattle’s bye week. This week specifically we should see some work go his way, as the Cardinals will not be doing many tests of Seattle’s secondary. On a week to week basis, Wright should be an ok start, but this week he should be more than just ok.

Defensive Backs:
Tramon Williams: In the three weeks that he’s been able to play this season, Williams has been decently active in his production. He should continue to bolster the Arizona defense through the rest of the season, allowing other players to step up while he provides decent tackle and passes defended numbers that are good enough for bye week filler and high floor scoring. I would not expect a major explosion of points in any given week, but Williams should provide some stability.

Good luck to everyone on your Thursday endeavors. And as always if you have questions feel free to reach out via twitter to me @decoylife or the other gurus @TFFGurus, @DaFantasyFather, and @TheFantasyBoys.

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