Welcome back everyone… or welcome back those who know how important Defense Adjust Fantasy Points (DAFP) are and that this calculation can be the difference between celebrating a win or cursing a high-scoring option on your bench. DAFP is a calculation I developed years back that accounts for defensive quality of play by position, adjusts for game situations and strength of offenses and spits out an adjusted Fantasy Football Points allowed. Using Fantasy Points allowed is valuable in itself to help make lineup decisions, but it’s imperfect, as a team facing Aaron Rodgers and the Packers should give up more points and passing yards than one facing Case Keenum and the Rams. For new readers, that’s why you want to use the DAFP table to make the tough calls each week. This isn’t a tool to argue benching Odell Beckham for Mike Wallace, but it helps you decide which RB3 is a better play or which WR4 could put up a WR2 type week.
Quarterback Fantasy Points Allowed