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2013 IDP Defensive Backs (DB) Top Fantasy Football Rankings, Projections

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Solo Tackles: 1.5, Assists: .75, Sacks: 5, Interceptions: 5, Forced Fumbles: 5, Pass Deflections: 2

1

Morgan Burnett, GB

2

Charles Tillman, CHI

3

Mark Barron, TB

4

Stevie Brown, NYG

5

Bernard Pollard, TEN

6

Eric Weddle, SD

7

Harrison Smith, BAL

8

Eric Berry, KC

9

Roman Harper, NO

10

Johnathan Cyprien, JAX

11

William Moore, ATL

12

Kam Chancellor, SEA

13

Jason McCourty, TEN

14

LaRon Landry, IND

15

Da’Norris Searcy, BUF

16

Matt Elam, BAL

17

Patrick Chung, PHI

18

Dawan Landry, NYJ

19

Tyvon Branch, OAK

20

Antoine Bethea, IND

21

Devin McCourty, NE

22

Shawn Williams, CIN

23

DeAngelo Hall, WAS

24

Reshad Jones, MIA

25

Cortland Finnegan, STL

26

Glover Quin, DET

27

Darian Stewart, STL

28

Richard Sherman, SEA

29

Tim Jennings, CHI

30

Yeremiah Bell, ARI

31

Charles Godfrey, CAR

32

Lardarius Webb, BAL

33

Antrel Rolle, NYG

34

Janoris Jenkins, STL

35

Ryan Clark, PIT

36

Reggie Nelson, CIN

37

Jairus Byrd, BUF

38

Dashon Goldson, TB

39

Charles Woodson, OAK

40

Brandon Browner, SEA

41

Brent Grimes, MIA

42

Cortez Allen, PIT

43

Danieal Manning, HOU

44

Casey Hayward, GB

45

Sam Shields, GB

46

Thomas DeCoud, ATL

47

Patrick Peterson, ARZ

48

T.J. Ward, CLE

49

Morris Claiborne, DAL

50

Earl Thomas, SEA

51

Joe Haden, CLE

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2012 DB Player Rankings

Last Updated – August 23rd

1 Kam Chancellor
2 Eric Berry
3 George Wilson
4 Tyvon Branch
5 Roman Harper
6 Bernard Pollard
7 Morgan Burnett
8 Antoine Bethea
9 Charles Tillman
10 Charles Woodson
11 Patrick Chung
12 Mark Barron
13 Jason McCourty
14 Quintin Mikell
15 Antrel Rolle
16 Earl Thomas
17 Eric Weddle
18 William Moore
19 Dawan Landry
20 Troy Polamalu
21 Yeremiah Bell
22 Alterraun Verner
23 DeAngelo Hall
24 Antoine Winfield
25 LaRon Landry
26 Brandon Browner
27 Devin McCourty
28 Jairus Byrd
29 Kyle Arrington
30 Charles Godfrey
31 Darian Stewart
32 Robert Johnson
33 Jordan Babineaux
34 Craig Dahl
35 Kurt Coleman
36 Stephon Gilmore
37 Kenny Rhodes
38 T.J. Ward
39 Cortland Finnegan
40 Patrick Peterson
41 Reggie Nelson
42 Lardarius Webb
43 Michael Huff
44 Brent Grimes
45 Janoris Jenkins
46 Dashon Goldson
47 Morris Claiborne
48 Kenny Phillips
49 Harrison Smith

2011 DB Player Rankings

Last Updated – August 27th

If you were to stretch LaRon Landry’s numbers out for a full sixteen game schedule, he would have ended the season with 151 tackles overall. I’m not sure if Landry would have reached 150 tackles on the year, but he was clearly the top valued defensive back in his nine games on the field, before things went up in smoke, and he lost the time with a leg injury.

Early in the off-season I originally had Landry as the top defensive back in our rankings, but in light of recent information, Landry has to be considered a serious health risk, and isn’t likely to hold up for a full season. While on the field, Landry may still perform as one of the elite IDP options, but his Achilles needs attention, and that won’t likely change until his season is officially over.

Look to Raiders strong-safety Tyvon Branch as the new No.1 in our rankings. I’m not convinced that Branch is the type of stud that Landry projected to be but he should have a solid opportunity to up his production, because of changes in the off-season.With Oakland lost Nnamdi Asomugha in free agency, and Branch will need to cover more ground on the field. I wouldn’t be surprised if he end up with over 125 tackles on the season, so make sure you target him as a top five option at defensive back.

To provide a balanced scoring system between tackle heavy leagues and big play leagues I have a kept solo tackles and assists at two and one but bumped up big play scoring by a point or two for each category. Make sure you check with your scoring rules before you draft to adjust for your league.

1

Tyvon Branch

2

Eric Berry

3

Pat Chung

4

Roman Harper

5

T.J. Ward

6

Yeremiah Bell

7

Charles Woodson

8

Antoine Winfield

9

Quintin Mikell

10

Eric Weddle

11

Alterraun Verner

12

Antoine Bethea

13

LaRon Landry

14

Charles Tillman

15

Cortland Finnegan

16

George Wilson

17

Devin McCourty

18

Donte Whitner

19

Dawan Landry

20

Brent Grimes

21

Joe Haden

22

Michael Huff

23

Chris Hope

24

DeAngelo Hall

25

Troy Polamalu

26

Bernard Pollard

27

Earl Thomas

28

Kerry Rhodes

29

Ed Reed

30

Michael Griffin

31

Danieal Manning

32

O.J. Atogwe

33

Richard Marshall

34

Nate Clements

35

Louis Delmas

36

Charles Godfrey

37

Abram Elam

38

Bryant McFadden

39

Rashad Johnson

40

Patrick Peterson

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