Updated Dynasty QB Rankings – March 2015

Complete updated dynasty quarterback rankings can be found here.

  • rodgersTop five remains unchanged: Andrew Luck, Aaron Rodgers, Russell Wilson, Cam Newton and Drew Brees. 
  • Big risers this month include a couple of veterans in Tony Romo, up to 10th from 13th and Ben Roethlisberger to 11th from 14th; there’s also a couple of quarterbacks not on the previous lists in newly traded Sam Bradford to 27th and Zach Mettenberger to 29th. His rank will wholly depend on what the Titans do in the NFL draft.
  • The big drops are both Cleveland quarterbacks: Johnny Manziel to 24th from 20th; and newly signed Josh McCown to 33rd from 30th.

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Dynasty Recap – Week 12 – Bears upend Bucs, 21-13

  • Bucs quarterback continues to sling it around with 341 yards passing with one touchdown and two interceptions. He could be a decent streamer play but shouldn’t be counted on in dynasty.
  • Bears running back Matt Forte continues to put in an MVP season in fantasy circles with 89 yards rushing with two touchdowns to go along with five catches for 23 yards. He should challenge Charles for top running back in dynasty.
  • Bucs receiver Vincent Jackson had a good day with five catches for 117 yards. However, rookie Mike Evans is already the top target in Tampa so don’t go crazy.
  • Bucs linebacker Mason Foster was all over the field with eight tackles and a pass defended, his third on the season. Foster played like a solid LB2 today but his future in Tampa is dicey making his dynasty prospects bleak.

Dynasty Recap – Week 11 – Buccaneers beat down Redskins, 27-7

  • Bucs quarterback Josh McCown had a good day with 288 yards and two touchdowns with no interceptions. It’s a lost season for Tampa so we don’t expect McCown to have any value beyond this year.
  • Redskins running back Alfred Morris had another good day with 96 yards rushing to go along with two catches and 36 yards receiving, Morris had toughed out a bad start and regained some of his value.
  • Bucs rookie receiver Mike Evans had a huge day with 209 yards on seven catches and two touchdowns. He could flirt with WR1 status the rest of the way.

Dynasty Recap – Week 3 – Falcons destroy Bucs, 56-14

  • Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan led the charge with 286 yards and three touchdowns and that was only through three or so quarters. Ryan is a low-end QB1 in dynasty but it seems to depend on the competition.
  • The main beneficiary of Ryan’s big day was receiver Julio Jones with nine catches for 161 yards and two touchdowns. He’s squarely in the top-tier of dynasty receivers.
  • A bright spot for Tampa was running back Bobby Rainey with 41 yards rushing but seven catches for 64 yards. For PPR leagues, Rainey can be a decent play. More importantly, it keeps Doug Martin’s value up in the air.
  • Also, with quarterback Josh McCown faring so poorly, look for Mike Glennon to get a shot. He can’t be much worse than McCown and has the weapons to be effective.

Dynasty Impact – Tampa Bay Buccaneers select Mike Evans, WR

NCAA Football: Southern Methodist at Texas A&MDynasty Impact: Mike Evans will play second fiddle to Vincent Jackson but should quickly surpass him on the depth chart. He fills out a very talented offense with running back Doug Martin and elevates quarterback Josh McCown in dynasty leagues for the foreseeable future. Don’t be surprised if they draft a quarterback for the future in later rounds but, for now, McCown is a great stopgap in dynasty leagues. Martin should also benefit with even more attention taken away. Jackson, along with tight end Tim Wright, lose some value after definitely losing targets to Evans.

Daily Dynasty Update – May 7th

Daily Dynasty Update – March 13th

  • The Jets have their receiver in Eric Decker, who signed for five years and $36.5 million. Obviously a downgrade without Peyton Manning, Decker is still the top receiving option on a team so will warrant some consideration in dynasty leagues. He’s also on a young team that can develop. Currently, he’s no more than a WR3 until he proves otherwise.
  • Golden Tate is now in Detroit, which should immediately boost his dynasty value. Being in a high-powered passing offense, instead of the run-heavy Seattle offense, will allow Tate to hit career numbers. He could be a WR2 candidate for a few years.
  • Kevin Minter dynasty owners might be rewarded in 2014 with the depature of Karlos Dansby. He’s expected to fill the every-down role Dansby occupied last year and could be a LB1/2.
  • Josh McCown currently sits as the starter in Tampa after signing with them. 35 at the beginning of the season, McCown is a short-term dynasty option, at best. Luckily, Vincent Jackson and Doug Martin won’t suffer as McCown’s not necessarily a downgrade from the likes of Mike Glennon.
  • DeMarcus Ware is now in Denver and, if healthy, should be a fine LB2 playing across Von Miller for at least a year or two.