Updated Dynasty Quarterback Rankings – October 2014

Updated dynasty quarterback rankings here.

  • rodgersTop five remains the same but it’s closer: Aaron Rodgers, Andrew Luck, Cam Newton, Matt Stafford, and Drew Brees.
  • Risers include rookie Teddy Bridgewater to 13th from 17th after an impressive debut; Kirk Cousins up to 27th after taking over RG3.
  • Big drops include Tom Brady from 13th to 18th after a rough stretch; E.J. Manual from 24th to 28th after being benched along with Josh McCown from 32nd to 37th.

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Dynasty Recap – Week 5 – Packers destroy Vikings, 42-10

  • Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was his efficient self with 156 yards on just 17 pass attempts and three touchdowns. He continues to be the top-rated quarterback in dynasty.
  • Packers running back Eddie Lacy got back on track with 105 yards rushing with two touchdowns and adding three catches for 27 yards. As long as Lacy is in Green Bay, he’ll be a low-end RB1 in dynasty formats.
  • Packers safety Morgan Burnett racked up 12 tackles and a forced fumble and continues to be a DB1 in all formats.

Dynasty Recap – Week 4 – Packers trounce Bears, 38-17

  • Another day at the office for Aaron Rodgers with 302 yards and four touchdowns on just 22 completions. He’s in the conversation for the top dynasty quarterback.
  • Bears running back Matt Forte continues to perform with 122 yards on the ground and five catches for 49 yards. He’s still chugging along but his age is a concern. If you’re in the thick of your league playoffs, keep him. If not, sell now for a ransom.
  • Packers receiver Randall Cobb had his best game of the season with seven catches for 113 yards and two touchdowns. It’s a bit of a concern that it took him this long to do this well with his current WR1 ranking. Jordy Nelson is a more reliable option.
  • Bears tight end Martellus Bennett continues to impress with nine catches for 134 yards. He’s performed as a mid-TE1 this year and should continue.

Dynasty Recap – Week 2 – Packers come back against Jets, 31-24

  • Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was in top form with 346 yards and three touchdowns. Thanks to his production and age (unlike Drew Brees and Peyton Manning), he’s the consensus QB1 in dynasty formats.
  • The primary beneficiary was receiver Jordy Nelson at nine catches for 209 yards on a staggering 16 targets. Thanks to his extension, Nelson is a consensus WR1 in all dynasty formats.
  • Meanwhile, Jets receiver Eric Decker was having a nice day with four catches, 63 yards and a touchdown before getting injured. Decker is proving he can be a reliable WR2/3 in dynasty formats even with questionable quarterback play.
  • Packers safety Morgan Burnett had another great day with 11 tackles and a pass defended. He’s a legit DB1 in all dynasty formats.

Updated Dynasty QB Rankings – September 2014

Complete dynasty quarterback rankings can be found here.

  • wilsonTop five remains the same and in order: Rodgers, Luck, Newton, Stafford, Brees. 
  • Seahawk Russell Wilson moved to 7th from 10th while new Patriots backup quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo moved up to 33rd after being unranked.
  • The big drops include Sam Bradford from 22 to 27; Matt Schaub from 33 to 36; and new Texan Ryan Mallett from 34 to 37.

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Updated Dynasty Quarterback Rankings – August 2014

Updated dynasty quarterback rankings here

  • cutlerTop five remains in the same order with Aaron Rodgers, Andrew Luck, Cam Newton, Matt Stafford, and Drew Brees. 
  • Top rookies stay the same with Teddy Bridgewater at 15; Johnny Manziel at 17; Blake Bortles at 20; Derek Carr at 28.
  • The only real mover this month is Jay Cutler up to 14 from 18. Cutler is primed for a bounce back season if he can stay healthy.

Updated Dynasty Quarterback Rankings – July 2014

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  • rodgersTop five dynasty quarterbacks remains the same with Aaron Rodgers, Andrew Luck, Cam Newton, Matthew Stafford and Drew Brees. 
  • The rookie class includes Teddy Bridgewater at 14; Johnny Manziel at 16; Blake Bortles at 20; and Derek Carr at 28.
  • The only significant drop was Philip Rivers this month. It’ll be interesting to see what Rivers does without Ken Whisenhunt as his offensive coordinator this year.

Updated Dynasty Quarterback Rankings – June 2014

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  • NFL: New York Giants at San Diego ChargersTop five remains the same with Aaron Rodgers, Andrew Luck, Cam Newton, Matt Stafford, and Drew Brees. 
  • Only real riser this month was Philip Rivers from 17th to 14th. He will have receiver Malcolm Floyd back and another year or Keenan Allen. Rivers is more a high-end QB2 instead of a low-tier QB1.
  • Rookie Blake Bortles drops from 15 to 20. Bortles may be more polarizing than Johnny Manziel as far as what his value will ultimately be. He probably won’t go lower than the second round in dynasty rookie drafts.

Updated Dynasty Quarterback Rankings – April 2014

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  • Top five remains the same but slightly different order. Aaron Rodgers, Andrew Luck, and Cam Newton make up the top three. Drew Brees does drop a bit to five because of age and losing a few reliable weapons.
  • The only other noticeable drop was Tampa quarterback Mike Glennon thanks to the Josh McCown signing. It really doesn’t say a lot when you bring in a better quarterback for the second season of a young quarterback.

Daily Dynasty Update – April 3rd

Titans runningback Johnson runs for a gain against the Ravens in first quarter of AFC Divisional Round NFL playoff game in Nashville