Week 13 IDP Rankings: Where Do Your Fantasy Options Rank This Week?

Playing in an IDP fantasy football league can be both fantastic and frustrating at the same time. Working out which players to start and sit on a weekly basis is a tough thing to do because there are so many factors that go into play. In order to try and help you, here are PFN’s Week 13 IDP fantasy rankings as we digest what we’ve seen in the first five weeks of the season.

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2022 IDP Rankings: DL, LB, and DB | Week 13

The rankings below are based on the 123 scoring system that has largely become an accepted standard by many sites and IDP leagues.

The table is best viewed in landscape on mobile devices and can be sorted using the filters above the table.

Ovr. RankNameTeamPositionMatchup
1Jordyn BrooksSEALB@ LAR
2Maxx CrosbyLVDEvs LAC
3T.J. WattPITLB@ ATL
4Foyesade OluokunJACLB@ DET
5Bobby WagnerLARLBvs SEA
6Fred WarnerSFLBvs MIA
7Josey JewellDENLB@ BAL
8Denzel PerrymanLVLBvs LAC
9De'Vondre CampbellGBLB@ CHI
10Mykal WalkerATLLBvs PIT
11Rashaan EvansATLLBvs PIT
12L'Jarius SneedKCCB@ CIN
13Drue TranquillLACLB@ LV
14Roquan SmithBALLBvs DEN
15Micah ParsonsDALLBvs IND
16Devin WhiteTBLBvs NO
17Quay WalkerGBLB@ CHI
18Christian KirkseyHOULBvs CLE
19DeShon ElliottDETSvs JAC
20Matt MilanoBUFLB@ NE
21Jordan HicksMINLBvs NYJ
22Jalen PitreHOUSvs CLE
23Derwin James Jr.LACS@ LV
24T.J. EdwardsPHILBvs TEN
25Tremaine EdmundsBUFLB@ NE
26C.J. MosleyNYJLB@ MIN
27Jonathan OwensHOUSvs CLE
28Nick BoltonKCLB@ CIN
29David Long Jr.TENLB@ PHI
30Jaquan BriskerCHISvs GB
31Harrison SmithMINSvs NYJ
32Zaire FranklinINDLB@ DAL
33Christian HarrisHOULBvs CLE
34Alex AnzaloneDETLBvs JAC
35Cody BartonSEALB@ LAR
36Ernest JonesLARLBvs SEA
37Darius HarrisKCLB@ CIN
38Donovan WilsonDALSvs IND
39Demario DavisNOLB@ TB
40Kenny Moore IIINDCB@ DAL
41Greg RousseauBUFDE@ NE
42Richie GrantATLSvs PIT
43Talanoa HufangaSFSvs MIA
44Julian LoveNYGCBvs WAS
45Dre GreenlawSFLBvs MIA
46Jack SanbornCHILBvs GB
47Kaden EllissNOLB@ TB
48Vonn BellCINSvs KC
49Antoine Winfield Jr.TBSvs NO
50Lavonte DavidTBLBvs NO
51Eric KendricksMINLBvs NYJ
52Rasul DouglasGBCB@ CHI
53Jordan PoyerBUFS@ NE
54Rodney McLeodINDS@ DAL
55Kamren CurlWASS@ NYG
56Trevon DiggsDALCBvs IND
57Nicholas MorrowCHILBvs GB
58Matthew JudonNELBvs BUF
59Jordan WhiteheadNYJS@ MIN
60Jayon BrownLVLBvs LAC
61Justin SimmonsDENS@ BAL
62Chase YoungWASDE@ NYG
63Deion JonesCLELB@ HOU
64Jevon HollandMIAS@ SF
65Kyle DuggerNESvs BUF
66Tae CrowderNYGLBvs WAS
67Charvarius WardSFCBvs MIA
68Ja'Whaun BentleyNELBvs BUF
69D.J. Reed Jr.NYJCB@ MIN
70Minkah FitzpatrickPITS@ ATL
71Jalen RamseyLARCBvs SEA
72Quandre DiggsSEAS@ LAR
73Roger McCrearyTENCB@ PHI
74Cameron HeywardPITDE@ ATL
75Myles GarrettCLEDE@ HOU
76Ryan NealSEAS@ LAR
77Tre'von MoehrigLVSvs LAC
78Mike EdwardsTBSvs NO
79Grant DelpitCLES@ HOU
80Jason Pierre-PaulBALDEvs DEN
81Jaylinn HawkinsATLSvs PIT
82Jayron KearseDALSvs IND
83Jerome BakerMIALB@ SF
84Kerby JosephDETSvs JAC
85Jonathan AllenWASDT@ NYG
86Nick ScottLARSvs SEA
87Michael DavisLACCB@ LV
88Chad MumaJACLB@ DET
89Elandon RobertsMIALB@ SF
90Logan WilsonCINLBvs KC
91Leighton Vander EschDALLBvs IND
92Kyzir WhitePHILBvs TEN
93Adrian AmosGBS@ CHI
94Jeffery SimmonsTENDT@ PHI
95Patrick QueenBALLBvs DEN
96Germaine PrattCINLBvs KC
97Desmond King IIHOUCBvs CLE
98Michael Jackson Sr.FACB-
99Sauce GardnerNYJCB@ MIN
100Tyrann MathieuNOS@ TB
101Pete WernerNOLB@ TB
102Kevin ByardTENS@ PHI
103Baron BrowningDENLB@ BAL
104Christian WilkinsMIADT@ SF
105Martin Emerson Jr.CLECB@ HOU
106Jonathan JonesNECBvs BUF
107Andre CiscoJACS@ DET
108Javon HargravePHIDTvs TEN
109E.J. SpeedINDLB@ DAL
110Paulson AdeboNOCB@ TB
111Duron HarmonLVSvs LAC
112Aidan HutchinsonDETDEvs JAC
113Jeremiah Owusu-KoramoahCLELB@ HOU
114Damar HamlinBUFS@ NE
115A.J. TerrellATLCBvs PIT
116Greg GainesLARDTvs SEA
117Quinnen WilliamsNYJDT@ MIN
118Leonard FloydLARLBvs SEA
119Alex HighsmithPITLB@ ATL
120Kendall FullerWASCB@ NYG
121Jaylon JohnsonCHICBvs GB
122Jamin DavisWASLB@ NYG
123Taylor RappLARSvs SEA
124Devin McCourtyNESvs BUF
125Calais CampbellBALDEvs DEN
126Jaire AlexanderGBCB@ CHI
127Alex SingletonDENLB@ BAL
128Anthony BrownDALCBvs IND
129Myles JackPITLB@ ATL
130Daron PayneWASDT@ NYG
131Devin LloydJACLB@ DET
132Sam HubbardCINDEvs KC
133Jessie Bates IIICINSvs KC
134Lamarcus JoynerNYJS@ MIN
135John Johnson IIICLES@ HOU
136Leonard WilliamsNYGDEvs WAS
137Bobby OkerekeINDLB@ DAL
138Nasir AdderleyLACS@ LV
139Derek Stingley Jr.HOUCBvs CLE
140James BradberryPHICBvs TEN
141Rayshawn JenkinsJACS@ DET
142Jaylon SmithNYGLBvs WAS
143Montez SweatWASDE@ NYG
144Preston SmithGBLB@ CHI
145Terrel BernardBUFLB@ NE
146Marcus EppsPHISvs TEN
147DeMarcus LawrenceDALDEvs IND
148Marlon HumphreyBALCBvs DEN
149Will HarrisDETSvs JAC
150Geno StoneBALSvs DEN
151Damarri MathisDENS@ BAL
152Nick BosaSFDEvs MIA
153Josh UcheNEDEvs BUF
154Kristian FultonTENCB@ PHI
155Dre'Mont JonesDENDT@ BAL
156Carlton Davis IIITBCBvs NO
157Eric RoweMIACB@ SF
158Jeff OkudahDETCBvs JAC
159Trey HendricksonCINDEvs KC
160Denico AutryTENDT@ PHI
161Chris JonesKCDT@ CIN
162Jerry JacobsDETCBvs JAC
163Amani HookerTENS@ PHI
164Keanu NealTBSvs NO
165Julian BlackmonINDS@ DAL
166Quincy WilliamsNYJLB@ MIN
167Bobby McCainWASCB@ NYG
168Darrick ForrestWASS@ NYG
169Stephon GilmoreINDCB@ DAL
170Jamel DeanTBCBvs NO
171Devin Bush Jr.PITLB@ ATL
172Cameron JordanNODE@ TB
173Camryn BynumMINCBvs NYJ
174Dane JacksonBUFCB@ NE
175Kayvon ThibodeauxNYGDEvs WAS
176Pat Surtain IIDENCB@ BAL
177Jerry HughesHOUDEvs CLE
178Adrian PhillipsNESvs BUF
179Malcolm RodriguezDETLBvs JAC
180Taron JohnsonBUFCB@ NE
181Chuck ClarkBALSvs DEN
182Kareem JacksonDENS@ BAL
183Michael Carter IINYJS@ MIN
184DeForest BucknerINDDT@ DAL
185Marcus WilliamsBALSvs DEN
186Krys BarnesGBLB@ CHI
187Denzel WardCLECB@ HOU
188Marcus MayeNOS@ TB
189Terrell EdmundsPITS@ ATL
190Danielle HunterMINDEvs NYJ
191Tashaun Gipson Sr.SFSvs MIA
192Darrell TaylorSEADE@ LAR
193Dorance Armstrong Jr.DALDEvs IND
194Jaelan PhillipsMIADE@ SF
195Haason ReddickPHIDEvs TEN
196Dexter Lawrence IINYGDTvs WAS
197Tariq WoolenSEACB@ LAR
198Steven NelsonHOUCBvs CLE
199Josh AllenJACDE@ DET
200Deatrich Wise Jr.NEDEvs BUF
201Uchenna NwosuSEALB@ LAR
202Kyler GordonCHICBvs GB
203Justin ReidKCS@ CIN
204Jimmie WardSFCBvs MIA
205Yannick NgakoueINDDE@ DAL
206Marshon LattimoreNOCB@ TB
207Willie Gay Jr.KCLB@ CIN
208Terrance MitchellTENCB@ PHI
209Vita VeaTBDTvs NO
210Josh SweatPHIDEvs TEN
211Romeo OkwaraDETDEvs JAC
212Zach SielerMIADE@ SF
213Tyson CampbellJACCB@ DET
214Ahkello WitherspoonPITCB@ ATL
215Lorenzo CarterATLLBvs PIT
216Grady JarrettATLDTvs PIT
217Travon WalkerJACDE@ DET
218Eli AppleCINCBvs KC
219Jalen MillsNESvs BUF
220Asante Samuel Jr.LACCB@ LV
221Brandon GrahamPHIDEvs TEN
222Marcus PetersBALCBvs DEN
223Rock Ya-SinLVCBvs LAC
224Jadeveon ClowneyCLEDE@ HOU
225Kenneth Murray Jr.LACLB@ LV
226Ed OliverBUFDT@ NE
227Coby BryantSEACB@ LAR
228Benjamin St-JusteWASCB@ NYG
229Kader KohouMIACB@ SF
230Cameron SuttonPITCB@ ATL
231Xavien HowardMIACB@ SF
232Carlos Dunlap IIKCDE@ CIN
233Malik HookerDALSvs IND
234Darius SlayPHICBvs TEN
235Fletcher CoxPHIDTvs TEN
236Rasheem GreenHOUDEvs CLE
237Mike HiltonCINCBvs KC
238Fabian MoreauNYGCBvs WAS
239Carl LawsonNYJDE@ MIN
240Jaylen WatsonKCCB@ CIN
241Arthur MauletPITCB@ ATL
242Kenny ClarkGBDT@ CHI
243Chris Harris Jr.NOCB@ TB
244Nate HobbsLVCBvs LAC
245Khalil MackLACLB@ LV
246Boye MafeSEADE@ LAR
247D.J. JonesDENDT@ BAL
248Ashtyn DavisNYJS@ MIN
249Trevis GipsonCHIDEvs GB
250Darnay HolmesNYGCBvs WAS
251Broderick Washington Jr.BALDTvs DEN
252Deommodore LenoirSFCBvs MIA
253Sebastian Joseph-DayLACDT@ LV
254Carl GrandersonNODE@ TB
255Joshua WilliamsKCCB@ CIN
256Juan ThornhillKCS@ CIN
257Brandon StephensBALCBvs DEN
258Noah IgbinogheneMIACB@ SF
259Myles BryantNECBvs BUF
260Rashad WeaverTENDE@ PHI
261Darren HallATLCBvs PIT
262Kaiir ElamBUFCB@ NE
263Darnell Savage Jr.GBS@ CHI
264Levi WallacePITCB@ ATL
265Grover StewartINDDT@ DAL
266Anthony BarrDALLBvs IND
267Troy HillLARCBvs SEA
268Kwity PayeINDDE@ DAL
269Za'Darius SmithMINLBvs NYJ
270Sione TakitakiCLELB@ HOU
271Frank ClarkKCDE@ CIN
272BJ HillCINDTvs KC
273Joe Tryon-ShoyinkaTBLBvs NO
274Jahlani TavaiNELBvs BUF
275Bradley ChubbMIALB@ SF
276Darious WilliamsJACCB@ DET
277Samson EbukamSFLBvs MIA
278Isaiah RodgersINDCB@ DAL
279Bryce CallahanLACCB@ LV
280John Franklin-MyersNYJDE@ MIN
281DaVon HamiltonJACDT@ DET
282Bud DupreeTENLB@ PHI
283Kelvin JosephDALCBvs IND
284Jonathon CooperDENDE@ BAL
285Harrison PhillipsMINDTvs NYJ
286Dawuane SmootJACDE@ DET
287Andrew BillingsLVDTvs LAC
288Tony Jefferson IINYGSvs WAS
289Greedy WilliamsCLECB@ HOU
290Larry OgunjobiPITDT@ ATL
291Kwon AlexanderNYJLB@ MIN
292Marcus DavenportNODE@ TB
293Jermaine Johnson IINYJDE@ MIN
294Chandler JonesLVLBvs LAC
295Isaiah McDuffieGBLB@ CHI
296Kindle VildorCHICBvs GB

What Is IDP123 Scoring?

There are so many different scoring systems for IDP, with new ones popping up regularly. There have been calls for a unified, accepted scoring system for the format to be put together. However, many people feel the delight of IDP is the way it evolves and changes from league to league.

Regardless, that doesn’t help fantasy managers looking for help with customized scoring systems. Therefore, it’s important when publishing rankings to ensure the scoring system used is stated and explained. In this instance, we have used IDP123, which we will break down below.

The scoring elements included in the IDP123 system are assisted tackles, solo tackles, passes defensed, QB hits, tackles for loss, sacks, forced fumbles, fumble recoveries, interceptions, defensive touchdowns, safeties, and blocked kicks.

Now for the scoring system itself, which is split into four levels — one, two, three, and six points. Three and six-point actions tend to fall under the category of impact plays, while the one and two-point plays are the bread and butter of defensive play — tackles. Here is the full breakdown of the IDP123 scoring system:

  • 1 point: Assisted tackle, QB hit
  • 2 points: Solo tackle, tackle for loss
  • 3 points: Passes defensed, forced fumble, fumble recovery, safety, blocked kick
  • 6 points: Sack, interception, defensive touchdown

Not all scoring systems give such weight to sacks and interceptions. However, those two plays can change the shape of a game almost to the level of a defensive touchdown. The same should be considered when thinking of how passes defensed can have a similar impact to a forced fumble.

The only part of this scoring that could do with a review is a fumble recovery at three points. However, a fumble and the recovery add up to six points, the same as an interception or sack does. Therefore, while not 100% perfect, it serves its role in this system.