Fantasy Football: 7 Key Aspects of Drafting Defensive Players in IDP Leagues

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Fantasy Football:  7 Key Aspects of Drafting Defensive Players in IDP Leagues
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Patrick Willis is the Adrian Peterson of IDP

IDP Fantasy Football Leagues can intimidate some first timers, but with a few simple guidelines, you can build a squad that might even rival your offense.  

Standing for Individual Defensive Players, IDP enables you to draft some of your favorite guys like Ray Lewis, and get extra satisfaction when he reintroduces dirt to Roethlisberger's mouth.  

There are a variety of formats to go by, but the positions are usually D (general defense), DL (defensive line), DB (corner or safety), LB (linebackers), and some leagues even keep a team defense/special teams slot. 

"But...but I don't know many defensive players..." you say?  

Have no fear young Matt Millen. Here are seven keys to drafting a solid defensive unit.  

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