- Browns receiver Josh Gordon could be re-instated soon which is great for dynasty owners. His dynasty ranking should still be high.
- If you needed any more indication of Larry Fitzgerald’s diminishing role, just listen to the coach. Fitz is falling fast on dynasty rankings.
- Redskins tight end Niles Paul will be taking on a bigger role with Jordan Reed out with an injury. Paul is a converted receiver and could play a decent role in Jay Gruden’s more pass-friendly scheme.
- Ravens linebacker Arthur Brown played no snaps in week one and could be traded soon. Now could be a good time to swoop in for IDP dynasty leagues.
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Dynasty Impact – Baltimore Ravens select C.J. Mosley, LB
Dynasty Impact: Playing inside, the Ravens fill the role they had hoped Arthur Brown would fill last year. Mosley could step right in and play alongside Daryl Smith who, surprisingly, came on strong last year and should help improve the Ravens defense overall. His smarts and quickness will fit perfectly in Baltimore where he could be a LB1/2 in dynasty formats right away. For Arthur Brown owners, stay tuned to see what role he’ll have.
Daily Dynasty Update – December 31st
- Free agent linebacker Daryl Smith would like to return to Baltimore after filling the stat sheet in 2013. Playing like a LB1 with 123 tackles, five sacks and three interceptions, Smith held off rookie Arthur Brown to start every game. If Smith returns, he’ll be a productive LB for a at least 1-2 years.
- Jaguars quarterback Blaine Gabbert will probably be with a new team next year. Get your dynasty rookie quarterback rankings ready.
- Speaking of the Jaguars, linebacker Paul Posluszny will most likely be with the team next year. Pos a great value in dynasty leagues with his advanced age but reliable puts up good tackle numbers.
- Texans tight end Owen Daniels probably won’t be back with Houston next year, opening up the job for Ryan Griffin. Griffin started showing flashes right at the end of the year and could be a surprise in 2014 with, hopefully, improved quarterback play.
Dynasty Recap – Week 5 – Ravens escape Dolphins, 26-23
- Baltimore committed to giving the ball to running back Ray Rice and they came through. Rice had 27 carries, more than double his season-high of 13, and had six catches on seven targets. Rice is still a top-tier dynasty running back so play him with ease.
- With no Anquan Bolden or Dennis Pitta, Torrey Smith is averaging a little over 10 targets a game to go along with 27 catches for 556 yards. It’s amazing what he’s been able to do with a lack of support and solidifies him as a dynasty stud going forward.
- Perennial boom-or-bust Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace had a ‘boom’ week with seven catches for 105 yards. Walllace, who’s never been consistent, along with an offense still trying to figure itself out doesn’t bode well for Wallace’s long-term prospects. Thanks to his big contract this off-season, he’ll get more chances but isn’t worth a long-term spot on your roster.
- Rookie Ravens linebacker Arthur Brown continues to underwhelm and had only one tackle this week. Brown was drafted to take over Ray Lewis’ old spot on the inside but has yet to outplay veteran Daryl Smith. Smith will most likely be gone after this year as he was only signed to a one year deal so look for Brown to move in to the starting lineup in 2014. He’s a buy-low candidate.