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Positional IDP Rankings: Week 3

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NASHVILLE, TN - SEPTEMBER 19: Lawrence Timmons  of the Pittsburgh Steelers tackles Chris Johnson  of the Tennessee Titans at LP Field on September 19, 2010 in Nashville, Tennessee. The Steelers won 19-11. (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)

Both Patrick Willis and Jared Allen have been knocked off their top spot. Yeremiah Bell is still clinging to his No. 1 position but LaRon Landry has been blowing people up. As a guy who gets a lot of attention for not being great against the pass, Landry has been all over the field making tackles, currently leading the NFL in tackles.

James Harrison makes a huge jump after a big game against the Tennessee Titans in which he had 11 combined tackles, two sacks and two forced fumbles. But not to be outdone, his teammate Lawrence Timmons takes over the top spot after putting up 15 combined tackles and a forced fumble.

Week 3 presents some interesting matchups for rush-heavy teams. Miami plays the New York Jets at home on Sunday night. Both teams run the ball a ton so guys like Bell, Mike Devito, Shaun Ellis, Karlos Dansby, Sione Pouha, Jason Allen and others should have tons of opportunities to make plays and work their way up the ranking.

On the other hand, the Philadelphia Eagles have only run the ball 28 times thus far and they play Jacksonville. For guys like Aaron Kampman and unranked players like Kirk Morrison and Courtney Greene, this presents a matchup that might not result in big tackle numbers.

What I find interesting is that the Lions have so many high performers along the defensive line, which implies they’re making more stops at the line of scrimmage. But given their results, they aren’t as they have one of the worst fantasy defenses.

1. Lawrence Timmons, PIT 1. Yeremiah Bell, MIA 1. Kyle Vanden Bosch, DET
2. Patrick Willis, SF 2. LaRon Landry, WAS 2. Robert Mathis, IND
3. Rocky McIntosh, WAS 3. Pat Chung, NE 3. Mario Williams, HOU
4. Jon Beason, CAR 4. Jason Allen, MIA 4. Trent Cole, PHI
5. James Harrison, PIT 5. Greg Toler, ARI 5. Mike Devito, NYJ
6. Derrick Johnson, KC 6. T.J. Ward, CLE 6. Darnell Dockett, ARI
7. Zac Diles, HOU 7. Oshiomogho Atogwe, STL 7. Jared Allen, MIN
8. Chad Greenway, MIN 8. Bryant McFadden, PIT 8. Sione Pouha, NYJ
9. London Fletcher, WAS 9. Michael Griffin, TEN 9. Justin Tuck, NYG
10. Michael Boley, NYG 10. Bernard Pollard, HOU 10. Jason Babin, TEN
11. James Anderson, CAR 11. Antoine Bethea, IND 11. Dwight Freeney, IND
12. Barrett Ruud, TB 12. Louis Delmas, DET 12. Juqua Parker, PHI
13. Jerod Mayo, NE 13. Antrel Rolle, NYG 13. Haloti Ngata, BAL
14. Clay Matthews, GB 14. DeAngelo Hall, WAS 14. Shaun Ellis, NYJ
15. Lance Briggs, CHI 15. Antoine Winfield, MIN 15. Justin Smith, SF
16. Karlos Dansby, MIA 16. Eric Berry, KC 16. Ndamukong Suh, DET
17. DeMeco Ryans, HOU 17. Tyvon Branch, OAK 17. Colin Cole, DET
18. Clay Matthews, GB 18. Steve Gregory, SD 18. Ahtyba Rubin, CLE
19. Dan Connor, CAR 19. Dashon Goldson, SF 19. Calais Campbell, ARI
20. D.J. Williams, DEN 20. Roman Harper, NO 20. Stylez White, TB
21. Dhani Jones, CIN 21. Nate Allen, PHI 21. Dwan Edwards, BUF
22. Curtis Lofton, ATL 22. Antoine Cason, SD 22. Robaire Smith, CLE
23. Paris Lenon, ARI 23. Eric Smith, NYJ 23. Aaron Kampman, JAC
24. Brian Urlacher, CHI 24. Troy Polamalu, PIT 24. Mathias Kiwanuka, NYG
25. Sean Witherspoon, ATL 25. Adrian Wilson, ARI 25. James Hall, STL

Writer: Matt De Lima

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