IDP Analysis: Week 11 Matchups
IDP Analysis: Week 11 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 hopefully will help most everyone find a weekly edge.

Linebackers

De'Vondre Campbell, Duke Riley and Foyesade Oluokun – Falcons: The best way for the Cowboys to slow down the Falcons' offense on their home field will be to unleash Ezekiel Elliott in the hopes he carves up their defense the way he did to the Eagles last week. Based on season-to-date numbers, Dallas gives up 1.5 sacks and 20 tackles to opposing linebackers, and with game script potentially working in their favor, this is a solid spot for IDP goodness.

Jarrad Davis, Christian Jones and Devon Kennard – Lions: Since the Lions traded away Golden Tate, their offense has become dysfunctional to a point that they could struggle to stay competitive with the better teams in the league. This week they'll face the Panthers, who will likely be able to get out to a solid lead, which should enable them to lean heavily upon their rushing attack to control the clock. As a result, it should be a busy day for the Lions' linebackers, as they face a unit that

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Coventry covers football and baseball 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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