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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Daily Dynasty Update – June 14th

  • carrGet ready for the Derek Carr bandwagon to get more crowded as he looks better in camp, at the moment, than Matt Schaub. Of course, there’s no pads or live-action yet so reserve judgement until then.
  • Giants linebacker Jon Beason should only miss 12 weeks with a fracture in his right foot, meaning he is not in danger of missing significant time this regular season. It’s a bullet dodged for Beason owners as he bounced back with the Giants last year.
  • In one of the less sexy training camp battles, Andre Holmes appears to be the third receiver in Oakland over Denarius Moore. Moore has flashed potential in the past but never put it together. Holmes, while already 26, is fresh and could have some value.

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Dynasty Recap – Week 10 – Cardinals edge Texans, 27-24

  • The results on Houston quarterback Case Keenum were mixed as he threw for 201 yards and three touchdowns with no interceptions but only had a 4.7 YPA and did lose a fumble. No one doubts he’s been better than Matt Schaub but it remains to be seen if he’ll be a viable dynasty leaguer.
  • Arizona coach Bruce Arians is back to his old ways and giving the ball more to Rashard Mendenhall than to rookie Andre Ellington with Mendenhall getting 13 carries to Ellington’s 11. Ellington averaged two more yards per carry, providing even more proof of his superiority. Ellington is the long-term play in Arizona.
  • Texans running back Ben Tate didn’t exactly run away with the starting job, netting 56 yards rushing on 15 carries with three catches for eight yards. However, we won’t see Tate 100% until probably next season as he’s dealing with bruised ribs. He’s still a good long-term play.