Antwan Odom | Defensive End
2011 IDP Fantasy Football Outlook: Antwan Odom has had his moments for in big play IDP fantasy football leagues but he’s never come close to developing enough activity in the tackle department to make him more than a bye week fill in or speculative matchup play. People went crazy for Odom after his hot start in the 2009 season, but he missed the rest of the season with an injury.
Last year Odom suffered another ailment and has only suited up for 22 games in the past three seasons. Odom’s time with the Bengals is probably over as Carlos Dunlap is a younger, more explosive version of Odom. While I do believe this veteran will land with a new team, IDP fantasy owners need to stay away from him.
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2010 IDP Fantasy Football Outlook
Antwan Odom got off to a big start last season when he put up seven sacks in the first two games of the year. This great start was highlighted in week two when the Bengals played the Packers and Odom sacked Aaron Rodgers five times. Unfortunately, Odom sustained an injury week six and missed the rest of the season. Look to Odom as a IDP bye week fill in and a decent play when he faces a weak offensive line.