In my league, we start 1 DL, 1 LB, and 1 DB. Rosters are small, so the FA pool is pretty good. At the same time, there isn't much room to carry backups at any IDP position. Currently, I have Charles Grant, Donnie Edwards, and Thomas Davis in my slots, but all three have been lackluster so far. Do I hold onto them and let the cream rise to the top, or make a move? What is the tendency of players to start slow and then increase? Does it make a difference for veterans versus rookies?Here is a sampling of the players still availableL: Richard Seymour, John Henderson, Pat Williams, Robert Mathis, Larry Triplett (DL players get 2 points per tackle, LB and DB get 1)LB: June, Cato Dansby, Karlos Kassell, Brad Brackett, Gary Holmes, Earl Witherspoon, Will Pierce, Antonio Vrabel, Mike Davis, Andra Wilson, Al Gold, IanWong, KaileeDB: Deltha O'NealAhmed PlummerMike BrownNick FergusonLots of other similar players.