• Week 15 IDP Waiver Wire, Week 14 IDP Snap Counts, Week 14 Top IDP Scorers, and Week 14 IDP Fantasy Stats (2023)

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    Welcome to the IDP Guys’ weekly IDP game reviews and IDP waiver wire! Our team has broken down each game and the IDP takeaways for the most relevant IDP players and gives you IDP waiver wire pickup suggestions. May the fantasy gods be forever in your favor!


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    Top IDP Waiver Wire Adds Week 15

    LB DB DL
    wdt_ID LB DB DL
    1 Nick Bolton KC LB Jordan Howden NO S Nick Herbig PIT DE
    2 Zach Cunningham PHI LB John Johnson LAR S D.J. Wonnum MIN DE
    3 Denzel Perryman HOU LB Mike Edwards KC S Calijah Kancey TB DT
    4 Shaquille Leonard PHI LB P.J. Locke DEN S Cameron Heyward PIT DT
    5 K.J. Britt TB LB Sydney Brown PHI S
    6 Andre Smith ATL LB Marcus Williams BAL S
    7 Vonn Bell CAR S
    8 Ronnie Harrison IND S

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    New England Patriots at Pittsburgh Steelers

    By Steve Tomasin (@DynastySanta)

    IDP Takeaways New England Patriots

    The gigantic rotation continues on the defensive line, and no one stands out. Anfernee Jennings continues to be my favorite weekly bet from this line. DTs Christian Barmore and rookie Keion White are excellent talents but seem stuck in this rotation and won't be worthy IDP assets outside of best-ball leagues.

    Despite playing 100% of the snaps, Ja'Whaun Bentley was outproduced from an IDP fantasy standpoint by both Jahlani Tavai and Mack Wilson! That won't be a common occurrence so don't panic too much on Bentley. Also, don't go crazy expecting these kinds of games consistently from Tavai or Wilson.

    Surprisingly, many players from the Patriots' defensive backfield were solid IDP fantasy producers this week. We still like the rest-of-season/weekly rankings going forward as:

    1. Kyle Dugger
    2. Jabrill Peppers
    3. Myles Bryant
    4. Jonathan Jones / J.C. Jackson

    IDP Waiver Wire New England Patriots

    No one noteworthy outside of streaming CBs, then Myles Bryant is always our favorite option.

    I'm not rushing to chase points and go get Tavai when Bentley just played 100% of the snaps.

    IDP Takeaways Pittsburgh Steelers

    It's nice to see that Cameron Heyward appears to be nearing full strength/health after some shaky weeks once he returned from IR. If he's going to hit 70+% of snaps, I'm firing him up with confidence going forward.

    A scary night for the elite Steelers' edge rushers. Both T.J. Watt and Alex Highsmith found themselves missing plays due to injury. Luckily, Watt returned and will probably be questionable but not likely to miss time. Highsmith, on the other hand, only played 30% of the snaps and may miss time. We need to monitor practices closely this week.

    After Mark Robinson was forced onto the field due to injuries, he was resigned to just 11% of the snaps this week. That was with Mykal Walker going down, as well. It was Blake Martinez who took over and finished the game with 37% of the snaps to Walker's 44%. And Elandon Roberts maintained his LB1 role with 81% of the snaps. Just about everyone got banged up in this game so a longer week of recovery should do everyone good.

    IDP Waiver Wire Pittsburgh Steelers

    Rookie DE/edge rusher Nick Herbig could be thrust into an incredibly lucrative IDP fantasy role should Alex Highsmith miss any time. He is a priority pickup this week.

    If managers have bailed on Cameron Heyward, make them pay and snag him.


    Jacksonville Jaguars at Cleveland Browns

    By Joseph Harlow (@joelow63)

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