Summertime has arrived (with a vengeance in Arizona, where even the scorpions are bitching about the heat), organized team activities are underway across the NFL, and before you know it fantasy draft season will be rolling along at full speed.
With that in mind, Fantasy Sharks Individual Defensive Player (IDP) Staff Writer Walton Spurlin and I decided to dedicate a recent episode of “
,” the bi-weekly fantasy football podcast that airs on Tuesdays and Saturdays on Blog Talk Radio, to examining the upcoming season from an IDP perspective.
It’s what happens when Greg Kellogg is on vacation and not around to stop me. Serves him right.
We weren’t alone, though. Spurlin and I were joined by a very special guest.
Dr. Jene Bramel
is an IDP Staff Writer at Football Guys and one of the most knowledgeable and respected IDP pundits around.
In addition to Bramel’s work at Football Guys, he’s also a regular contributor to The Fifth Down Blog at
The New York Times, and he shares the unique insights a medical degree affords a fantasy expert regularly at his blog,
The Second Opinion
In the conversation, we discussed the latest news impacting the IDP landscape (including
’s ACL injury and
’s suspension) and also took a position-by-position look at IDPs, from offering our top picks to some sleepers and late-round values.
It’s well worth a listen … preferably while reading some of the other IDP articles here at Fantasy Sharks.
As IDP Draft Season gets underway in earnest, Fantasy Sharks has you covered. Whether it’s player rankings for Redraft and Dynasty leagues, projections, player spotlights, sleepers and busts or strategy tips, IDP Staff Writers Walton Spurlin and Mike Woellert and IDP Senior Staff Writer Gary Davenport have all the information you need to dominate your IDP league in 2014.
Gary Davenport is the IDP Senior Staff Writer at Fantasy Sharks and a member of the Fantasy Sports Writers Association (FSWA) and Pro Football Writers of America. Davenport’s IDP work has been featured in a number of national print publications and on both satellite and terrestrial radio, and he was a finalist for the FSWA Web Article of the Year in 2013.