Defensive backs are like the kickers of IDP leagues. There really aren’t too many players that need to be picked early in your drafts. They are also like tight ends after the first 5 or so where streaming on a week to week basis can be the way to go based on the weekly matchup. Outside of some top end safeties who rack up tackles, guessing who will finish near the top of DB scoring is a crap shoot. In tackle heavy scoring systems it’s a little easier to go after safeties, but in big play leagues, trying to predict who will garner interceptions, passes defensed, and sacks from this position is tough. A typical drafting strategy for DBs in IDP leagues is to wait and here’s why.Please, blog, may I have some more?
The 2010 NFL Draft class is choc full of potential fantasy studs at the DB position. Here are my top 10 incoming Rookie DB’s for 2010. #1 Eric Berry, Kansas City Chiefs, Selected in the 1st Round (5th Overall) There is no way KC was gonna pass up on him and for good reason. A […]Please, blog, may I have some more?