- Looks like Packers receiver Jarrett Boykin has the inside track on the WR3 position in Green Bay. The development is significant for Davante Adams ADP in rookie drafts.
- It appears that, mercifully, it will be put up or shut up time for Colts running back Trent Richardson. He has capable backups that could unseat him early.
- The early indications are Andre Johnson will not be traded away from Houston. Any move would be good for his dynasty stock as there’s not many teams with so little offensive talent around him.
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Updated Dynasty Wide Receiver Rankings – April 2014
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- One change in the top five as Julio Jones enters the top five. Calvin Johnson, A.J. Green, Dez Bryant, and Josh Gordon precede Jones.
- Big risers this month include new Bronco Emmanuel Sanders to 45th from 55th thanks to having Peyton Manning as his quarterback; Eagles receiver Riley Cooper moves to 52nd from 60th thanks to the trade of DeSean Jackson; and finally Packers receiver Jarrett Boykin to 58th from 68th thanks to James Jones’ departure.
- The big drops this month include Saints receiver Marques Colston from 42nd to 50th thanks to the Saints more balanced offensive approach; the Vikings’ Greg Jennings drops from 43rd to 51st; finally Steve Smith drops from 58th to 70th thanks to his probably reduced role in Baltimore.
Daily Dynasty Update – March 27th
- The Packers are preparing to break out receiver Jarrett Boykin as a replacement to James Jones. He’ll be a hot dynasty commodity heading in to 2014.
- In a small upset, defensive end Jared Allen signed with the Bears. He’s nowhere near the top IDP lineman, as he was a few years ago, but should still be a probably double-digit sack candidate. The Bears also signed Lamarr Houston to draw most of the attention on the line which should free Allen up.
- Rams coach Jeff Fisher expects running back Zac Stacy to get 70% of the carries in St. Louis. That’s welcome news to Stacy dynasty owners and should make Stacy a low-end RB1/high-end RB2 option for a few years.
- Giants coach Tom Coughlin still has to solve his tight end question, leaving Adrien Robinson’s dynasty potential flapping in the wind. Look for New York to draft a tight end at some point.
- Coughlin also added he sees new running back Rashad Jennings as an every-down back. Jennings’ stock will never be higher and might be an asset to trade in dynasty leagues for win-now teams.
- In other workhorse back news, new Bucs coach Lovie Smith confirmed Doug Martin is his man. Martin will be in-line for RB1 running back duties in dynasty leagues this year.
Updated Dynasty Wide Receiver Rankings – March 2014
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- Top five remains the same with Calvin Johnson, A.J. Green, Dez Bryant, Josh Gordon, and Demaryius Thomas in the same positions as last month.
- Big risers this month include Michael Crabtree, who will have a full pre-season to perform; the Cardinals Michael Floyd, who should be taking more targets from Larry Fitzgerald; the Titans Kendall Wright, who caught almost 100 balls with over 1,000 yards despite shoddy quarterback play; and the Patriots Julian Edelman, who re-signed with New England where his dynasty value will never be higher.
- The drops this month include Larry Fitzgerald, who at 31, is a year older and has a steadily falling dynasty value; recently signed Eric Decker, who had his value drop once he left Denver; the Texans Andre Johnson, also a victim of time; and the Patriots Danny Amendola who just can’t seem to stay healthy.
- New to the rankings are the Seahawks Doug Baldwin, who should see more targets now that Golden Tate is out-of-town; the Giants Jerrel Jernigan, who should see more targets now that Hakeem Nicks is out of New York; and Jarrett Boykin who should see more looks now that James Jones is out-of-town.
Dynasty Fantasy Football – Week 10 – Eagles upend Packers, 27-13
- Eagles quarterback Nick Foles had another efficient day going 12 of 18 for 228 yards and three touchdowns with no interceptions. There’s little doubt Foles will be the starter heading into 2014 with this kind of play. He has the weapons to be successful.
- Eagles running back LeSean McCoy had a great day with 155 yards rushing on 25 carries. With Foles spreading the offense, it will open up holes for McCoy where he should be a top running back in dynasty leagues for 3-5 years.
- Packers receiver Jarrett Boykin had 112 yards on eight catches where he was the top target on the day. Boykin is a name to watch next year when James Jones’ contract is up.
- Packers rookie defensive end Datone Jones had two sacks and has three in his last two games. After not seeing action for most of the season, Jones is on a (small) roll. He’ll be a name to watch as a bargain next year with room for improvement.