DeAngelo Hall | Washington Redskins | DB
2012 Experience: 9th Season
IDP Fantasy Football Outlook: Never been a big fan of DeAngelo Hall in terms of his attitude and play over the years, but he’s proven to be one of the more dependable corners for IDP purposes. Hall has never been the shutdown corner some projected him to be coming out of college, but he’s talented enough to make plays.
A CB1 in corner leagues, Hall also holds reasonable DB3 value but if you can get him as a DB4 that would be best.
|2012 Projected Stats||86||61||0||1||14||4|
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Summer of 2011: Fantasy Projections
I’ve never been much of a fan of DeAngelo Hall’s in terms of his attitude and how great he thinks he is, but he’s not really that great. Personal feelings aside, you can’t deny that the switch to a 3-4 defensive scheme helped Hall become a more productive option for IDP leagues as he finished as one of the top ten corners last year.
Hall posted a career high in tackles and was a weekly starting option as the Redskins defense was on the field early and often last year. Things should remain the same, but I do expect Hall’s numbers to drop down closer to 75 this year, and that makes him more of a No.2 corner on your team than a No.1 option for IDP leagues.
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2010 IDP Fantasy Football Outlook
Personally I’m not a fan of DeAngelo “Fall” Hall as he seems to think he’s a much better player than he actually is. For IDP fantasy football, Hall has never been the greatest of tacklers but he has had some respectable years in that area. Look for Hall as a sub average player for your squad this season.