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Team defense, three or four individual defensive players (“IDPs”), or a full eleven defensive starters, which sounds like the right amount to you? The current vanilla fantasy leagues uses a team defense. Leagues with limited IDPs are gaining traction and for the hardcore fantasy player a full eleven defensive starters is the best way to add challenges to their league.

Owners who are new to the world of fantasy football may feel a bit overwhelmed by the idea of having to learn both sides of the ball. Cheat sheets with rankings that combine defense and special teams scoring are the norm for most beginning owners. These leagues have their place, but returners like Joshua Cribbs do not play defense. Percy Harvin is a WR/KR/PR is another example of someone who doesn’t play defense.  Read the rest of this entry

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