Fantasy Man 27 wrote: bolkonsky wrote: Pete123444 wrote: mattb47 wrote:
I play IDPs as often as I can and I love it personally. It really ends up giving you a better knowledge of more of the NFL players when you're forced to look into defensive players as well as the normal offensive players and just brings a different aspect to the game. I think if people would give it more of a chance and try it for a while I think more people would like it than they do.
It does take some work and research to learn about them but I would personally be happy to give anyone a crash course in IDPs if they wanted to learn more about them.
I agree with Matt. Without IDP's is like TV when it was black and white and TV's had knobs. But then again, most of you guys don't remember that.
Agreed. Team Defenses and re-draft dull the entire experience for me...I think it is very frustrating when some guy picks up a ff mag on the way to the draft and is handed the #1 or #2 pick and then has a good year.
You mean me last year?
Where are the top IDP players valued at? Players such as Shawne Merriman.
Merriman really isn't a "top" IDP player really, the best IDP players are normally guys like Zach Thomas, Keith Bulluck, London Fletcher, and last year DeMeco Ryans was one of the best. But where IDPs are valued usually depends pretty heavily on the scoring system in place, if very little points are given to IDPs in comparison to the offense or if you don't start very many, then there's no point in taking them before the end of the draft. But in normal leagues, the top IDPs start going around round 6 or so.