To the best of my knowledge, there hasn't been a series on ADP by team to illustrate the discounts or markups to own a piece of a specific teams offense.
For example. We have two teams with new coordinators, Seattle and Detroit. Here is all the skill positions on their teams side by side. (12team PPR pulled from fantasy calculator)
SEA3.01 Doug Baldwin
4.05 Rashaad Penny
6.01 Russel Wilson
13.08 Tyler Lockett
DET4.10 Golden Tate
5.11 Marvin Jones
6.12 Kerryon Johnson
9.08 Matt Stafford
12.10 LaGarrette Blount
12.11 Kenny Golladay
As an article series or a tool, I think it would be a great way to take existing information, put it side by find and find different questions to exploit. Questions that have likely been said before but more aggregated. For example, from this we can observe that much like a years past, seattle offers a serious discount to their number two reciever and leaves the door wide open to take a flier on the skill position question marks like TE, and second RB who at this point don't have an ADP.
Detroit on the other hand has skill positions running amuk, Golden Tate and Marvin Jones feeding off eachothers ADP causing potential discounts in the later skill positions like LaGarrette Blount and Kenny Gollady.
Again, I know exploiting perceptions of teams is something thats been written about time and time again but it would be nice to have a tool that instantly drums up all ranked skill positions by team and puts them side by side to see potential trends that otherwise hide in an aggregate ADP list.
Charlie has been exploring this type of 'wisdom of crowds' approach to finding value.
Simply looking at the ADP doesn't tell you what is causing the discounts however. For example, Marvin Jones and Golden Tate's relatively high ADPs are not creating a discount for Golladay--he's one of the highest drafted #3 WRs. Most #3 WRs go undrafted entirely. If anything, high expectations for Golladay and the Lions offense generally are probably holding Jones ADP down in particular.
Having a team tab is a good idea, but you can definitely explore the scenarios you are talking about in both the MFL ADP app and the Dynasty ADP app. You have to add the players manually, but this gives you a lot of control to compare similar player pairs on different teams, etc.