IDP Analysis: Week 2 Matchups
IDP Analysis: Week 2 Matchups

This article is part of our IDP Analysis series.

With rosters of all shapes and sizes, IDP advice can be a bit tricky, so the purpose of this article is to point out players whose value is elevated for the upcoming week. Some of these players will be superstars, while others will be players found on many waiver wires. Whether you're streaming IDPs each week or have a stocked roster, this "one size fits" all approach will hopefully help most everyone find a weekly edge.

Defensive linemen

Michael Brockers and Ndamukong Suh – Rams: The Cardinals looked lost on offense in the season-opener against Washington, and it's extremely likely that they fall behind the Rams in this contest. As a result, Brockers and Suh should have plenty of opportunities to take advantage of a sub-par Arizona offensive line, which could lead to a healthy combination of tackles for loss and sacks.

Cameron Jordan and Trey Hendrickson – Saints: Playing on their home field should put the Saints in position to make the Browns one-dimensional on offense. As we saw last week, Tyrod Taylor is comfortable moving around the pocket and trying to buy time for the passing attack to click. Even though they were embarrassed by the Buccaneers last week, the New Orleans secondary should hold up well, giving time for Jordan and Hendrickson to be in line for productive fantasy performances as pass rushers.

Jonathan Allen and Matt Ioannidis – Redskins: Even though the Colts had a respectable showing against the Bengals last week, being on the road,

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Jim Coventry
Coventry covers football for RotoWire. He started playing fantasy football in 1994 and won a national contest in 1996. He also nabbed five top-50 finishes in national contests from 2008 to 2012 before turning his attention to DFS. A published author, Coventry wrote a book about relationships, "The Secret of Life", in 2013.
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