Updated Dynasty Quarterback Rankings – November 2015

Complete updated dynasty quarterback rankings can be found here.

  • Top five remains the same albeit in a slightly different order: Andrew Luck, Aaron Rodgers, Cam Newton moves up to three, Russell Wilson, and Matt Ryan.
  • Biggest movers include Andy Dalton up to 11th from 22nd; Tyrod Taylor up to 25th from 37th; and Kirk Cousins up to 32nd from 39th.
  • Drops include Matt Stafford down to 13th from 6th; Peyton Manning down to 20th from 13th; and Colin Kaepernick down to 27th from 16th
  • Rookies Marcus Mariota and Jameis Winston check-in at 15th and 16th respectively.

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Dynasty Recap – Week 4 – Panthers 37, Buccaneers 23

Panthers

  • Cam Newton continues to produce despite the lack of talent around him. He had only 124 passing yards but had two touchdowns through the air plus another 51 yards rushing. I have seen the light and it’s Newton. He’s a bona fide, elite QB1 in dynasty.
  • The only other standout performance would be linebacker Thomas Davis with 11 tackles and one interception. He’s a solid LB1 option in IDP dynasty leagues and should have at least 2-3 years left.

Buccaneers

  • Rookie quarterback Jameis Winston was bad with 287 passing yards and two touchdowns but four interceptions. Winston has to cut down the turnovers if he’s going to be a QB1.
  • Doug Martin had a nice bounce back game with 106 yards and a touchdown plus five catches for 37 yards. It was his best game of the year but we’d like to see a few more games like this to make Martin a reliable RB2.
  • Veteran receiver Vincent Jackson had a huge day with 10 catches for 147 yards and a touchdown. Jackson continues to be steady as a WR3 in dynasty leagues but you may want to sell high.

Dynasty Recap – Week 2 – Panthers 24, Texans 17

Panthers

  • Cam Newton shouldered the load again with 195 yards and two touchdowns through the air and 76 more and a touchdown on the ground. Proving once again, Cam Newton does not need receivers to be successful.
  • Running back Jonathan Stewart had another average day with just 62 yards on 17 carries. It’s hard to tell if Stewart’s lack of production is due to the extra attention in the box thanks to zero outside or deep threats. Either way, Stewart can’t be trusted for more than RB3 value right now.
  • Meanwhile, tight end Greg Olsen did get back on track with six catches for 70 yards. He also paced the rest of the team with 14 targets. Olsen’s production should continue to have a decent floor.

Texans

  • It wasn’t the debut Ryan Mallet was hoping for with just 244 yards on 58 pass attempts plus one touchdown. With little prospects of a major infusion of talent, there’s no reason to keep Mallet on a dynasty roster.
  • The only bright spot was defensive end J.J. Watt’s continued dominance with five tackles, a sack and two passes defended.

Dynasty Recap – Week 1 – Panthers 20, Jaguars 9

Panthers

  • If today is any indication, Cam Newton will have a long season. He completed 18 of 31 for 175 yards and a touchdown plus an interception. He added 35 yards on 14 carries. He just doesn’t have any playmakers around him and will be forced to carry the load. At this point, you can downgrade him in dynasty rankings.
  • Running back Jonathan Stewart failed to impress in his debut as the workhorse in Carolina with only 56 yards on 18 carries plus 25 yards on four catches. It’ll be difficult for Stewart to get anything going if there’s no one else to take the heat off.
  • While Luke Kuechly usually gets all the headlines it was his fellow linebacker Thomas Davis that filled more of the stat sheet with seven tackles, a sack, and an interception. He’s safely a LB2 if not higher in IDP dynasty.

Jaguars

  • I’m calling the time of death on Blake Bortles dynasty career as of this game. He went 22 of 40 for 183 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions. You can safely drop him in any format.
  • Rookie running back T.J. Yeldon was passable with 51 yards on 12 carries plus 16 yards on three catches. However, if Bortles can’t get anything going, it’ll be hard for Yeldon to break free.

Updated Dynasty Quarterback Rankings – September 2015

Complete updated dynasty quarterback rankings found here.

  • We have a new entrant into the top five with Matt Ryan bringing up the rear after Andrew Luck, Aaron Rodgers, Cam Newton, and Russell Wilson. 
  • Had several starters named this pre-season which contributed to risers in dynasty rankings including Sam Bradford to 18th fro 24th; Brian Hoyer to 36th from 42nd; Tyrod Taylor to 38th after being unranked and Kirk Cousins to 41st from 45th.
  • Rookies Jameis Winston moves up one to 15th from 16th while Marcus Mariota is steady at 17th; Garrett Grayson drops a little from 34th to 37th while Bryce Petty does the same from 39th to 42nd.

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Updated Dynasty Quarterback Rankings – August 2015

Complete updated dynasty quarterback rankings can be found here.

  • Top five remains the same: Andrew Luck, Aaron Rodgers, Russell Wilson, Cam Newton, and Matthew Stafford. Quarterback continues to be the most consistent position in dynasty which means a top option is not as easy to acquire. Hold on for dear life if you have one.
  • Biggest risers this month both come from the NFC East with Eli Manning to 18th from 21st; Robert Griffin to 23rd from 26th.
  • Biggest drop is (ex?) Bills quarterback Matt Cassel from 37th to 43rd. No Bills quarterback is a good option. None.

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Updated Dynasty Quarterback Rankings – May 2015

Complete updated dynasty quarterback rankings can be found here.

  • Top five remains the same with Andrew LuckAaron Rodgers, Russell Wilson, Cam Newton, and Matt Stafford. 
  • Top rookies entering the list include Jameis Winston at 16 and Marcus Mariota at 17. Both are high-end QB2 options and even better in 2QB leagues.
  • Several other quarterbacks had big drops thanks to the entry of the rookies above including Nick Foles from 16th to 20th; Robert Griffin from 20th to 26th; Brock Osweiler from 32nd to 36th; Matt Cassel from 33rd to 37th; and Luke McCown from 34th to 38th.