This article is part of our IDP Analysis series.
With rosters of all shapes and sizes, IDP advice can be a bit tricky, so the purpose of this article is to point out players whose values are elevated for the upcoming week. Some of these players will be superstars, while others will be found on many waiver wires. We'll look at team positional groupings, based on the potential for a favorable game script. Whether you're streaming IDPs each week or have a stocked roster, this "one size fits" all approach hopefully will help most everyone find a weekly edge.
As we've learned over the last number of weeks, the Steelers have little desire to throw the football, and when they can get their rushing attack going, that's how they prefer to attack opponents. Well, there aren't many better run defenses to face than the Browns, and, regardless of who lines up at running back for Pittsburgh, we can reasonably expect them to run the ball upwards of 30 times in a game that likely stays close throughout. Look for the Cleveland linebackers to have a busy afternoon.
Although the Cowboys have ability to go after defenses in any manner they choose, they still prefer to run the football as their primary means of attack. This week, they'll be playing on the road against a