In an effort to streamline more usable info from an exhaustive snap chart and deliver it in a way that’s easier to help with difficult lineup decisions, the IDP Snap Report is focusing more attention on important usage shifts, and spending less time reporting the obvious. (ex. Luke Kuechly plays lots of snaps. You should start him.)
If you don’t see a stud IDP on here, it’s because he’s playing his usual snap share.
Arizona’s defense only logged in 59 defensive snaps, which was down the 64 from the previous week and 20 snaps fewer than Week Two. They’re heading in the wrong direction for IDP production.
- DE Calais Campbell played 47 snaps (80%), which is lower than usual. Between the low overall team’s snaps, and his slightly lowered usage, Campbell isn’t getting nearly the opportunities to produce as expected this season. Whether this turns around is a big question we’ll be trying to answer over the next few weeks.
- ILB Deone Bucannon continues to play almost every snap, but is a victim a three-headed mo...
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Initially a subscriber to Fantasy Guru, Justin became the company’s IDP Analyst in 2015. He produces both preseason and in-season content geared towards IDPers, including weekly defensive player previews. Follow him on Twitter at @downwithIDP.