Fantasy Football: Week 11 IDP Rankings & Tiers

2T36MWH Detroit Lions defensive end Aidan Hutchinson (97) looks on between plays during the first half of an NFL football game against the Baltimore Ravens, Sunday, Oct. 22, 2023, in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Terrance Williams)

• Expect Aidan Hutchinson‘s quiet streak to come to an end: Hutchinson has posted some of the best pass-rush metrics this season and draws a great matchup to end his four-game sackless streak.

Logan Wilson set to come through again for IDP managers: Wilson has thrived through big plays this season, but he should be able to deliver with tackles this week, as well, against the Baltimore Ravens.

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WR:CB Matchup Chart


1 1A Foyesade Oluokun JAX TEN
2 1A T.J. Edwards CHI @ DET
3 1A Roquan Smith BLT CIN TNF
4 1A C.J. Mosley NYJ @ BUF
5 1B Azeez Al-Shaair TEN @ JAX
6 1B Fred Warner SF TB
7 1B Logan Wilson CIN @ BLT TNF
8 1B Kyzir White ARZ @ HST
9 1C Lavonte David TB @ SF
10 1C Bobby Wagner SEA @ LAR
11 1C Bobby Okereke NYG @ WAS
12 1C Drue Tranquill KC PHI MNF
13 2A Elandon Roberts PIT @ CLV WW
14 2A Alex Singleton DEN MIN SNF
15 2A Dre Greenlaw SF TB
16 2A Terrel Bernard BUF NYJ
17 2B Patrick Queen BLT CIN TNF
18 2B Quincy Williams NYJ @ BUF
19 2B Tremaine Edmunds CHI @ DET Q
20 2B Frankie Luvu CAR DAL
21 2C Ernest Jones LAR SEA Q
22 2C Germaine Pratt CIN @ BLT TNF
23 2C Quay Walker GB LAC Q
24 2C Jordyn Brooks SEA @ LAR
25 3A Ivan Pace Jr. MIN @ DEN WW/SNF
26 3A Devin White TB @ SF
27 3A Devin Lloyd JAX TEN
28 3A Robert Spillane LV @ MIA
29 3B Jamin Davis WAS NYG
30 3B Kenneth Murray Jr. LAC @ GB
31 3B Blake Cashman HST ARZ
32 3B Nicholas Morrow PHI @ KC MNF
33 3C De'Vondre Campbell GB LAC
34 3C Eric Kendricks LAC @ GB
35 3C Alex Anzalone DET CHI
36 3C Josey Jewell DEN MIN SNF
37 4A Micah McFadden NYG @ WAS
38 4A Divine Deablo LV @ MIA
39 4A Willie Gay KC PHI MNF
40 4A Zach Cunningham PHI @ KC MNF
41 4B Anthony Walker Jr. CLV PIT
42 4B David Mayo WAS NYG
43 4B David Long Jr. MIA LV
44 4B Jerome Baker MIA LV
45 4C Christian Harris HST ARZ
46 4C Christian Rozeboom LAR SEA
47 4C Tyrel Dodson BUF NYJ
48 4C Jack Gibbens TEN @ JAX
49 5A Josh Woods ARZ @ HST
50 5A Jack Campbell DET CHI
51 5A Leo Chenal KC PHI MNF
52 5A Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah CLV PIT
53 5B Damone Clark DAL @ CAR
54 5B Sione Takitaki CLV PIT
55 5B Henry To'oTo'o HST ARZ Q
56 5B Jack Sanborn CHI @ DET
57 5C Markquese Bell DAL @ CAR
58 5C Deion Jones CAR DAL
59 5C Luke Masterson LV @ MIA
60 5C Rashaan Evans DAL @ CAR

Logan Wilson (LB7) has a great Thursday night matchup against the Baltimore Ravens, who are yielding the second-most tackles per game (19.2) to linebackers this season. Wilson has been reliant on big plays to climb up IDP scoring leaderboards, tallying three interceptions, one sack, six pass breakups and a forced fumble through his first nine games. Wilson hasn’t been overly efficient as a tackler (11.3%), but he should be able to improve that figure in a great matchup this week.

Ivan Pace Jr. (LB25) has an excellent opportunity to step into a full-time role for the next few weeks with Jordan Hicks on injured reserve. Pace has been the clear LB2 in Minnesota since the start of the year, but due to the Vikings’ defensive scheme leaning into a high rate of three-safety looks versus two linebackers, his overall playing time has been significantly limited. Hicks was the team's lone full-time linebacker, and that role should now belong to Pace as the next man up. Pace played 100% of the snaps when Hicks left last game but wasn’t the most efficient tackler (8.9%), which has been the case for him most of the year (10.8%). The hope is that Pace will play 100% of snaps and benefit from the Vikings' zone-heavy defense to be at least close to as efficient as Hicks was (14.9%).

Nicholas Morrow (LB32) could also find himself in a full-time role going forward with Nakobe Dean likely heading to injured reserve for the second time this season. Morrow played an every-down role the last time Dean was out, whereas Zach Cunningham (LB40) played more of a part-time role. While the team did push Morrow down the depth chart when Dean was back in the lineup, they may go back to this rotation from earlier in the year with Morrow leading the way. For now, both players rank outside the top 30 until we get a clearer picture of their deployment on Monday night.


1 1A T.J. Watt PIT @ CLV
2 1A Micah Parsons DAL @ CAR
3 1A Myles Garrett CLV PIT
4 1A Maxx Crosby LV @ MIA
5 1B Nick Bosa SF TB
6 1B Josh Allen JAX TEN
7 1B Aidan Hutchinson DET CHI
8 1B Danielle Hunter MIN @ DEN SNF
9 1C Alex Highsmith PIT @ CLV
10 1C Haason Reddick PHI @ KC MNF
11 1C Jaelan Phillips MIA LV
12 1C Trey Hendrickson CIN @ BLT TNF
13 2A Kayvon Thibodeaux NYG @ WAS Q
14 2A Rashan Gary GB LAC
15 2A Joey Bosa LAC @ GB
16 2A Bradley Chubb MIA LV
17 2B Chase Young SF TB
18 2B Boye Mafe SEA @ LAR
19 2B Byron Young LAR SEA
20 2B Jonathan Greenard HST ARZ
21 2C Greg Rousseau BUF NYJ
22 2C Preston Smith GB LAC
23 2C Harold Landry III TEN @ JAX
24 2C George Karlaftis KC PHI MNF
25 3A Odafe Oweh BLT CIN TNF
26 3A Josh Sweat PHI @ KC MNF
27 3A Montez Sweat CHI @ DET
28 3A Brian Burns CAR DAL Q
29 3B Jermaine Johnson NYJ @ BUF
30 3B Khalil Mack LAC @ GB
31 3B Za'Darius Smith CLV PIT
32 3B Will Anderson Jr. HST ARZ
33 3C Kyle Van Noy BLT CIN Q/TNF
34 3C DeMarcus Lawrence DAL @ CAR
35 3C Shaquil Barrett TB @ SF
36 3C Tuli Tuipuloto LAC @ GB
37 4A Jadeveon Clowney BLT CIN TNF
38 4A Dorance Armstrong DAL @ CAR
39 4A Baron Browning DEN MIN SNF
40 4A Jonathon Cooper DEN MIN SNF
41 4B Michael Hoecht LAR SEA
42 4B D.J. Wonnum MIN @ DEN WW/SNF
43 4B Denico Autry TEN @ JAX
44 4B Yannick Ngakoue CHI @ DET
45 4C BJ Ojulari ARZ @ HST WW
46 4C Leonard Floyd BUF NYJ
47 4C Ogbo Okoronkwo CLV PIT
48 4C Mike Danna KC PHI MNF
49 5A Charles Omenihu KC PHI MNF
50 5A Andrew Van Ginkel MIA LV
51 5A John Franklin-Myers NYJ @ BUF
52 5A Cameron Thomas ARZ @ HST
53 5B Casey Toohill WAS NYG
54 5B James Smith-Williams WAS NYG Q
55 5B Cam Sample CIN @ BLT WW/TNF
56 5B Bryce Huff NYJ @ BUF
57 5C Darrell Taylor SEA @ LAR
58 5C Joe Tryon-Shoyinka TB @ SF
59 5C Travon Walker JAX TEN
60 5C Arden Key TEN @ JAX

Aidan Hutchinson (ED7) has been quiet as of late, failing to record a sack in four straight games after landing 4.5 through the first five games of the year. Hutchinson’s playing time continues to be elite for a defensive lineman, averaging 89% of defensive snaps this season, and his pass-rush metrics are among the best in the league. Hutchinson has earned an 88.9 pass-rush grade, which ranks sixth among edge defenders, and his 52 total pressures ranks third at the position. Hutchinson will mostly line up against Chicago Bears rookie right tackle Darnell Wright, who has allowed 31 pressures and five sacks this season for a 60.9 pass-blocking grade (48th among offensive tackles). He should be able to get home against Justin Fields, who owns a 22.8% pressure-to-sack conversion rate — the eighth-worst mark in the league.

Kayvon Thibodeaux (ED13) exited last week with a concussion. If he plays this week, he ranks just outside the top 12, mostly due to the matchup and playing time, as he has not played nearly as well as his 8.5 sacks would suggest. Thibodeaux hasn’t recorded a single pressure over the past two games despite his high-end playing time, averaging 84% of defensive snaps this season. Thibodeaux’s playing time and the fact that he had just 47 pass-rush attempts over the past two games, which should increase against the league's pass-heaviest team this week, help keep him as one of the better plays this week. Thibodeaux should get more opportunities for sacks against Sam Howell, who, despite being better as of late, still owns a high 26.3% pressure-to-sack conversion rate — the fourth-worst mark in the league.


1 1A Jeffery Simmons TEN @ JAX
2 1A Aaron Donald LAR SEA
3 1A Dexter Lawrence NYG @ WAS
4 1A Cameron Heyward PIT @ CLV
5 1B Chris Jones KC PHI MNF
6 1B Quinnen Williams NYJ @ BUF
7 1B Christian Wilkins MIA LV
8 1B Jonathan Allen WAS NYG
9 1C Javon Hargrave SF TB
10 1C Ed Oliver BUF NYJ
11 1C Justin Madubuike BLT CIN TNF
12 1C Derrick Brown CAR DAL
13 2A Sheldon Rankins HST ARZ WW
14 2A Leonard Williams SEA @ LAR
15 2A Jalen Carter PHI @ KC MNF
16 2A Daron Payne WAS NYG
17 2B Harrison Phillips MIN @ DEN SNF
18 2B Zach Sieler MIA LV
19 2B Osa Odighizuwa DAL @ CAR
20 2B Dre'Mont Jones SEA @ LAR
21 2C Arik Armstead SF TB
22 2C Zach Allen DEN MIN SNF
23 2C Calijah Kancey TB @ SF
24 2C Kenny Clark GB LAC
25 3A Jarran Reed SEA @ LAR
26 3A DJ Reader CIN @ BLT TNF
27 3A Larry Ogunjobi PIT @ CLV
28 3A Alim McNeill DET CHI
29 3B B.J. Hill CIN @ BLT TNF
30 3B Fletcher Cox PHI @ KC MNF
31 3B Vita Vea TB @ SF
32 3B Maliek Collins HST ARZ
33 3C Dalvin Tomlinson CLV PIT
34 3C A'Shawn Robinson NYG @ WAS
35 3C Andrew Billings CHI @ DET
36 3C Devonte Wyatt GB LAC

Cameron Heyward (DT4) hasn’t posted the most encouraging pass-rush metrics since returning to the Steelers' lineup two weeks ago, but he is still racking up tackles, earning a 10.5% tackle efficiency rate — very high for a defensive lineman. Heyward also draws a great matchup against the Cleveland Browns, who are yielding 23.7 tackles per game to opposing defensive linemen, making this a great spot for his first huge game of the year.


1 1A Derwin James Jr. LAC @ GB
2 1A Antoine Winfield Jr. TB @ SF
3 1A Dax Hill CIN @ BLT TNF
4 1A Jaquan Brisker CHI @ DET
5 1B Budda Baker ARZ @ HST
6 1B Vonn Bell CAR DAL
7 1B Minkah Fitzpatrick PIT @ CLV Q
8 1B Kyle Hamilton BLT CIN TNF
9 1C Kamren Curl WAS NYG
10 1C Grant Delpit CLV PIT
11 1C Camryn Bynum MIN @ DEN SNF
12 1C Reed Blankenship PHI @ KC MNF
13 2A Jamal Adams SEA @ LAR
14 2A Jalen Pitre HST ARZ
15 2A Josh Metellus MIN @ DEN SNF
16 2A Rayshawn Jenkins JAX TEN
17 2B Rudy Ford GB LAC
18 2B Xavier McKinney NYG @ WAS
19 2B Harrison Smith MIN @ DEN SNF
20 2B Jevon Holland MIA LV
21 2C Justin Simmons DEN MIN SNF
22 2C Brian Branch DET CHI
23 2C Jordan Poyer BUF NYJ
24 2C Donovan Wilson DAL @ CAR
25 3A Talanoa Hufanga SF TB
26 3A Justin Reid KC PHI MNF
27 3A Kevin Byard PHI @ KC MNF
28 3A Jordan Fuller LAR SEA
29 3B Jalen Thompson ARZ @ HST
30 3B Xavier Woods CAR DAL
31 3B Amani Hooker TEN @ JAX
32 3B Marcus Epps LV @ MIA
33 3C Eddie Jackson CHI @ DET
34 3C Nick Scott CIN @ BLT TNF
35 3C Jordan Whitehead NYJ @ BUF
36 3C Jonathan Owens GB LAC
37 4A Jimmie Ward HST ARZ Q
38 4A Jason Pinnock NYG @ WAS
39 4A Andre Cisco JAX TEN
40 4A Jayron Kearse DAL @ CAR
41 4B Damontae Kazee PIT @ CLV
42 4B Tre'von Moehrig LV @ MIA
43 4B DeShon Elliott MIA LV
44 4B Marcus Williams BLT CIN TNF
45 4C Kareem Jackson DEN MIN SNF
46 4C Tracy Walker III DET CHI
47 4C Micah Hyde BUF NYJ Q
48 4C Elijah Molden TEN @ JAX
49 5A Quandre Diggs SEA @ LAR
50 5A Keanu Neal PIT @ CLV
51 5A Tashaun Gipson Sr. SF TB
52 5A Tony Adams NYJ @ BUF
53 5B Malik Hooker DAL @ CAR
54 5B Kerby Joseph DET CHI
55 5B Percy Butler WAS NYG
56 5B Alohi Gilman LAC @ GB
57 5C Juan Thornhill CLV PIT Q
58 5C Russ Yeast LAR SEA
59 5C Mike Edwards KC PHI MNF
60 5C Julian Love SEA @ LAR

Jaquan Brisker (S4) has had great IDP usage all season as an every-down safety, playing 43% of his defensive snaps in the box. And it shows in his tackle efficiency, as he ranks third among safeties (minimum of 50% of snaps) in that regard with a 12.7% tackle rate. Brisker should continue to see strong box usage in Week 11 and draws a favorable matchup against the Lions, who are yielding 15.7 tackles per game to safeties — the third-highest rate in the NFL this season.

Reed Blankenship (S12) has also delivered some great tackling performances this season, producing an 11.7% tackle efficiency rate, which is tied with Derwin James for the eighth–best mark among safeties this season. Blankenship has also added two interceptions and a fumble recovery in seven games. This week’s matchup against the Chiefs isn’t necessarily as strong as it might seem for safeties, as Kansas City is yielding the eighth-fewest tackles per game to the position (11.7) this season. But in what is likely to be a high-scoring game, there should be more opportunities for Blankenship.


1 1A Nate Hobbs LV @ MIA
2 1A Kyler Gordon CHI @ DET
3 1A Roger McCreary TEN @ JAX
4 1A Devon Witherspoon SEA @ LAR
5 1B DaRon Bland DAL @ CAR
6 1B Brandon Stephens BLT CIN TNF
7 1B Trent McDuffie KC PHI MNF
8 1B Deommodore Lenoir SF TB
9 1C D.J. Reed NYJ @ BUF
10 1C L'Jarius Sneed KC PHI MNF
11 1C Taron Johnson BUF NYJ
12 1C Tavierre Thomas HST ARZ
13 2A Cam Taylor-Britt CIN @ BLT TNF
14 2A Carrington Valentine GB LAC
15 2A Jerry Jacobs DET CHI
16 2A Ja'Quan McMillian DEN MIN SNF
17 2B Charvarius Ward SF TB
18 2B Jaire Alexander GB LAC Q
19 2B Benjamin St-Juste WAS NYG
20 2B Darius Slay PHI @ KC MNF
21 2C Marco Wilson ARZ @ HST
22 2C Byron Murphy Jr. MIN @ DEN SNF
23 2C Darious Williams JAX TEN
24 2C Jalen Ramsey MIA LV
25 3A Kader Kohou MIA LV
26 3A James Bradberry PHI @ KC MNF
27 3A Pat Surtain II DEN MIN SNF
28 3A Asante Samuel Jr. LAC @ GB
29 3B Jamel Dean TB @ SF
30 3B Carlton Davis III TB @ SF Q
31 3B Tariq Woolen SEA @ LAR
32 3B Michael Davis LAC @ GB
33 3C Sauce Gardner NYJ @ BUF
34 3C Tyrique Stevenson CHI @ DET
35 3C Donte Jackson CAR DAL
36 3C Marcus Peters LV @ MIA
37 4A Sean Murphy-Bunting TEN @ JAX Q
38 4A Joey Porter Jr. PIT @ CLV
39 4A Mike Hilton CIN @ BLT TNF
40 4A Christian Benford BUF NYJ Q
41 4B Kendall Fuller WAS NYG
42 4B Stephon Gilmore DAL @ CAR
43 4B Rasul Douglas BUF NYJ
44 4B Martin Emerson Jr. CLV PIT
45 4C Xavien Howard MIA LV
46 4C Derek Stingley Jr. HST ARZ
47 4C Chidobe Awuzie CIN @ BLT Q/TNF
48 4C Denzel Ward CLV PIT Q

Cam Taylor-Britt (CB13) has been one of the best IDP cornerbacks this season. His 2023 resume includes 45 total tackles, four interceptions — including one for a touchdown — nine pass breakups and a forced fumble. Taylor-Britt falls just outside of the top 12 this week in a matchup against the Baltimore Ravens, who have yielded the third-fewest tackles per game to the cornerback position (10.1) this season.

Ja’Quan McMillian (CB16) stands out as a potentially strong streaming option this week against the Vikings, who have yielded 14.0 tackles per game to the cornerback position (tied for seventh most). McMillian played an every-down role in the past two weeks as the Denver Broncos’ primary nickel cornerback. McMillian should continue in that role this week with an opportunity to add to his 11 tackles over the past two games, which also includes an interception, a forced fumble, a fumble recovery and two tackles for loss.


  • DNP: Did not participate in team's most recent practice due to injury
  • LP: Limited participation in team's most recent practice due to injury
  • D: Player is doubtful to play due to injury
  • Q: Player is questionable to play due to injury
  • TNF: Player is playing on Thursday Night Football. Set lineups accordingly.
  • SNF: Player is playing on Sunday Night Football. Set lineups accordingly.
  • MNF: Player is playing on Monday Night Football. Set lineups accordingly.
  • UK: Player is playing on Sunday morning’s London game. Set lineups accordingly.
  • WW: Potential waiver-wire target (see Weekly IDP Fantasy Report).

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