Week 11 IDP Start’em Sit’em
Calais Campbell @ Chiefs: The Cardinals’ defense has had its struggles but Calais Campbell has been an off an on starter for IDP this year in my writeups. Campbell is getting consistent activity as the defense is on the field more often than in previous seasons.
Look for Campbell to have a decent tackle total in this one.
Mario Williams @ Jets: The Texans star defensive end had a hot start to the season but has been horrible of late. Williams has only racked up four total tackles in his late three games and half a sack in his past five contests.
I still hold out hope that Williams can have a strong finish to the season, but he’s got to get healthy.
Keith Brooking vs Lions: The old man has been hot over the past three weeks with ten tackles in each contest. Look for Keith Brooking to stay active against the Lions as the Cowboys will continue to give up yardage and points to the Lions productive offense.
E.J. Henderson vs Packers: The Vikings’ man in the middle has done a good job for IDP fantasy owners when you consider he’s coming off a nasty injury last season. This week would be a good time to sit him as he only racked up four tackles against the Packers last time around.
CB – Brent Grimes @ Rams: The Falcons corner Brent Grimes has been hot of late and is worth a start if your looking for help in the backfield. Look for the Rams to continue their aggressive ways in the passing game and for Grimes to rack up a decent tackle total.
S – Louis Delmas @ Cowboys: At the safety position, Louis Delmas has been a valuable player when the Lions face pass heavy teams. Look for the Cowboys to test the Lions on the ground but in the end, they will put the football up to Dez Bryant and Miles Austin.
Quintin Mikell vs Giants: I hate to recommend benching Quintin Mikell but at this time I would like to see him show a steadier statline for tackles. For the past few weeks, Mikell has played pass heavy teams and not gotten the job done for IDP fantasy owners.
NFL fantasy football player rankings writer Sean E. Douglas: fantasy-info.com