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IDP Forecast: Week 2

First and foremost, it has been one year as of today since Fantasy Football Librarian went live - happy birthday or anniversary or whatever to the site and thanks to all of you for stopping by; it has been a great year!

What's up IDP lovers? Here's your Week 2 coverage of all things IDP.

We'll start things off with my favorite IDP weekly article, The Hive. Thanks to the good people at Fantasy Sharks, or really just Gary Chamberlain, we can all rest easy knowing that we have all the IDP info we need. But if you'd like a second opinion on anything, try some of the sites listed below:
  1. CBS Sports' Witness for the Defense: Week 2 includes this phenomenal quote from beastly Freddy Keiaho: "If I have to play 15 more games with one arm, that's how it will have to be," Keiaho told The Sports Xchange. "I'll just have to learn how to tackle with one arm." I can't believe I let even my own husband pick this guy up before I could get to him in our IDP league.
  2. FFToday's IDP Notes: Week 2
  3.'s IDP Studs and Duds
  4. Check out PFS for their Week 2 cheat sheets for DBs, DLs, and LBs


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