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How the 2021 Defensive Coaching Changes Affect IDP Dynasty Leagues

How will the new hires on the defensive side of the ball this off-season affect your IDP assets?

Robert Saleh

How will the new hires on the defensive side of the ball this off-season affect your IDP assets?

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How the 2021 Defensive Coaching Changes Affect IDP Dynasty Leagues
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Chris Mertz
1 year ago

I have a hard time believing Jacksonville paid Joe Schobert $56 million to not play every down. Both he and Jack are excellent in coverage and I’d be surprised to see a heavy rotation that sees Schobert on the sidelines. JMO.

1 year ago

It happens fairly often Chris. Coaches don’t care about the contracts once the front office provides the players.
Last year Zach Cunningham, Cory Littleton, Jamie Collins, Anthony Hitchens, Danny Trevathan, Denzel Perryman, Christian Kirksey, Damien Wilson… All LBs on big contracts who were not fulltime players.
Dee Ford springs to mind – over the past 2 years he was on monster cash and not a full-time player [even when healthy].

Chris Mertz
1 year ago

I’m aware that it happens and it is a case by case basis. And, perhaps it remains to be seen what happens in FA, but does the assumed scheme change call for putting Schobert on the bench? Does JAX have 6 DBs worth putting on the field that makes them better than keeping Jack and Schobert out there? I don’t think they do. Again, Jack and Schobert are two of the better coverage LBs in the NFL and JAX isn’t flush with talent. I’ll be shocked if one of those two guys are coming off the field in favor of the Jaguars DB6. Perhaps they invest some significant free agency dollars and/or draft capital to accommodate that scheme, but if they do, they should be trading Schobert while he’s in his prime and can command a nice return. Wasting him on the bench is coaching and management malpractice.

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