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IDP Ballers and Fallers – Week 4

Welcome back to the exhilarating world of ‘Ballers and Fallers’ as we journey into the rollercoaster ride of IDP performances in Week 4. Brace yourselves for a wild ride as we spotlight the standout stars and unexpected disappointments across all IDP positions. This insider’s guide, packed with expert waiver wire recommendations, is your trusty companion to dominate your IDP league. Fasten your seatbelts because we’re diving deep into the thrilling realm of defensive fantasy football, covering the standout performers and surprise letdowns from this past weekend’s matchups in Week 4.


Khalil Mack, DL LAC: Khalil Mack emerged as an unstoppable force in Week 4, dominating the field with authority. He tallied a jaw-dropping 10 total tackles, an astounding 6 sacks, and even showcased his versatility with a pass defended. This extraordinary performance has propelled him to the second spot among DL rankings for the entire season. What adds to Mack’s allure is his unwavering presence on the field, consistently occupying 75% to 91% of snaps in the first four games. His consistency and disruptive play make him a standout asset in the world of fantasy football.

Nicholas Morrow, LB PHI: Nicholas Morrow’s Week 4 display was nothing short of remarkable, boasting an impressive 11 total tackles and 3 sacks, making him a one-man wrecking crew. What adds an intriguing twist to his performance is the notable shift in snap counts, hinting at his potential hold on the starting MLB position, especially until Nakobe Dean’s return. There’s even the possibility that he could surpass Cunningham in the OLB position. Morrow’s consistent presence on the field, maintaining a solid 95% to 100% snap count over the last three weeks, is nothing short of commendable. Astonishingly, despite not playing a single snap in Week 1, Morrow has surged to the 14th spot in LB rankings for the entire season. This rapid ascent should make fantasy managers take notice; keep a vigilant eye on him.

Devon Witherspoon, DB SEA: Devon Witherspoon, the 5th overall draft pick this year and the first CB off the board, has quickly become a sensation in the world of fantasy football. Currently, he holds the 6th spot among DBs this season, showcasing his consistency as a performer. Over the course of three games (Witherspoon missed week 1), he’s accumulated an impressive stat line of 23 total tackles, 2 sacks, 1 interception, and 4 passes defended. What truly distinguishes him is his extraordinary on-field presence, having played every snap in the past three games. In week 3, Witherspoon’s outstanding performance propelled him to the coveted top spot among DBs, firmly establishing himself as a rising star in the world of IDP fantasy football. Watch this space; Witherspoon is a force to be reckoned with!



Nick Bosa, DL SF: While the 49ers have been on fire this season, Nick Bosa’s performance has been a cause for concern. Last year, he was a dominant force among DLs in IDP scoring, tallying 49 total tackles, 17.5 sacks, 1 pass defended, and 2 forced fumbles across 15 games. This year, things have taken a different turn. It’s possible that his slow start could be attributed to his absence from the preseason, and there’s optimism that he’ll hit his stride soon. It’s important to note that I’m not suggesting dropping Bosa from your roster. In fact, this might be an opportune moment to acquire him at a lower value. As of now, his stat line for the season consists of 7 total tackles and 1 sack over 4 games, positioning him as the 104th DL in IDP scoring. Keep a close eye on Bosa’s progress; if anybody can make a comeback, it’s him.

Devin White, LB TB: Devin White’s performance in Week 4 was undoubtedly affected by an injury. The stats clearly reflected this, as he managed to stay on the field for 100% of snaps but only mustered 5 total tackles. Unfortunately, this was a significant disappointment considering he was projected to finish as LB8 for the week. Many IDP managers likely felt let down by his meager 5 points. It’s crucial to monitor White’s injury status closely to avoid similar underwhelming performances for your fantasy squad. Currently, he boasts 26 total tackles, 2 passes defended, and 1 interception across 4 games, placing him at LB48 in IDP scoring.

Grant Delpit, DB CLE: Grant Delpit entered Week 4 with high expectations, projected as the DB5. Unfortunately, he fell short of these expectations, managing just 6 fantasy points. For those who started him thinking he would finish as the DB5, it was a major letdown, especially considering his output of only 5 total tackles in Week 4. Throughout the season, his best weekly finish has been DB6, achieved in Week 2. On a positive note, Delpit has consistently seen the field, playing between 96-100% of snaps over four weeks. His season stats include 21 total tackles, 2 passes defended, 1 interception, and 1 fumble recovery, placing him at DB36 in IDP scoring. Will Delpit regain his shine? Stay tuned!


In conclusion, Week 4 of ‘Ballers and Fallers’ has once again showcased the unpredictability and excitement of IDP fantasy football. From the unstoppable forces like Khalil Mack and the rising stars like Devon Witherspoon to the unexpected falls of Nick Bosa and Devin White, the journey through the IDP realm continues to be filled with twists and turns. As we move forward into the heart of the season, remember to stay vigilant, monitor injuries, and consider the opportunities that may arise, just as Morrow and Witherspoon have demonstrated. With ‘Ballers and Fallers’ as your guide, you’re well-equipped to conquer the challenges and emerge victorious in your IDP league. Until next week, may your fantasy teams continue to rise above the competition!


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