IDPwithBEE 32 Teams 32 Breakout Players

Welcome to IDPwithBEE’s 4th annual 32 Teams 32 Breakout Players list; quite a few of these IDP’s value has risen within the past month and most are still being slept on during drafts and then you got a few that need your attention.  I don’t go with rookies in here because there are a handful that I love this season but that’s where my rookie rankings come into play.  Fantasy football managers are always looking for the edge, that one player to stash or take a late round flier on because drafting the elite and studs are quite obvious; we want an advantage on our league.  You want to be that one manager that said “see, I told you so” and I’m here to help you with that as best I can.  As always you can find me on twitter @IDPwithBEE_DSE and i’ll be glad to answer any questions you have.

TEAM PLAYER POS BUZZ
NEP DONT’A HIGHTOWER LB up & down rookie year but Hightower has the goods to be real good.
NYJ DEMARIO DAVIS LB Demario is ready, don’t sleep on em – LB2 potential in aggressive defense
BUF NIGEL BRADHAM LB athletic and speedy LB, if he becomes a 3down LB – stats skyrocket LB2 ceiling
MIA BRENT GRIMES DB his achilles injury seems behind him, being slept on right now – dont be that
HOU BROOKS REED LB a move to the middle with Cushing could be a blessing for Reed, increase in stats
IND GREG TOLER DB has a knack for tackles & creating turnovers, back to ’10 form for Toler (DB2)
JAX TYSON ALUALU DL moving to DE in ’13, JAC needs pass rush – 8-10 sacks isnt out the question
TEN TOMMIE CAMPBELL DB big CB & fits new press scheme, starting in OTA’s – ready for breakout
PIT JASON WORILDS LB contract year, does well in spot play – should get majority of snaps > Jarvis
BAL JIMMY SMITH DB shown flashes in the playoffs, can it be carried into 2013?
CIN DRE KIRKPATRICK DB coming back from injury, has the skillset to put up DB2 type numbers
CLE PHIL TAYLOR DL Taylor’s a beast and CLE’s front is scary, big season from Taylor – big.
KCC DONTARI POE DL seems like he’s the forgotten one, big step forward in ’13 – lookout.
OAK NICK ROACH LB will man the middle in OAK, has potential to be a top 25 LB
SDC KENDALL REYES DL on the verge of a breakout season, shown flashes towards the end of ’12
DEN NATE IRVING LB has to win starting job in the middle to be relevant, if so LB3 ceiling
DAL BRUCE CARTER LB top 10 potential, will be huge in new scheme (Derrick Brooks like)
PHI BRADLEY FLETCHER DB will be one of the starters, his numbers will be better than Cary
WAS KEENAN ROBINSON LB waiting in the wings as London is still suiting up, we’ll get sample size in ’13
NYG PRINCE AMUKAMURA DB he has to stay healthy this year, right? DB2 ceiling – DB4 value right now
CAR MICHAEL MITCHELL DB sleeper alert, CAR has no secondary & Mitchell has been impressive
NOS JUNIOR GALETTE LB surprised many last year, even in a rotation he’ll be a serviceable LB4
ATL KROY BIERMANN DL ATL needs a pass rush, and Kroy takes the next step in ’13 #Sleeper
TBB LEONARD JOHNSON DB don’t forget about Leonard, once had an INT in 3 straight weeks
GBP NICK PERRY LB Perry’s time to step up, will have solid season to put him on your radar
CHI COREY WOOTTON DL #Sleeper – Wootton’s ready; i expect him to be more consistent w/no Idonje
DET NICK FAIRLEY DL arguably my #1 breakout candidate, prime for an outstanding season
MIN EVERSON GRIFFEN DL still battles with Robison for snaps; he’s the better of the two – DL2 potential
SF GLENN DORSEY DL once a dominant force; maybe he gets it back surrounded by talent/studs?
SEA KJ WRIGHT LB moves to WLB and is bound for a huge season; top 30 potential (LB2)
ARI JERRAUD POWERS DB starting opposite Peterson; Powers will get his fair share of looks & opportunity
STL DARIAN STEWART DB last year was fluky for Darian, can he regain old self? can put up 85+ tackles

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s