Welcome to the DLF IDP rookie tracker. This year we are going to try something new. I’m going to track 10 specific IDP rookies throughout the season. We’ll still provide profiles on them as we go through the season, but you invested probably either a second or third-round pick on these players and you want to make sure that your capital gets the ROI you expect.
What we’re going to do in this article is lay out who we are going to follow and the reasons why they were selected. Then starting next week we’ll break down each player’s performance. Of course if someone jumps out early on in the season, we might make a switch. For now though, here are the 10.
Myles Garrett, DE, Cleveland — He’s the No. 1 overall draft pick and many pundits think he has the potential to join J.J. Watt at the top of the DL rankings. He solidifies a Cleveland front seven that all of a sudden could be pretty good.
And as I type this I see that he’s been hurt and could miss significant time. While unfortunate, the good part is we play dynasty football, which means we’re looking at the long term. Stick him on IR if you have to, but I would not cut bait anytime soon.
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