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 7 – Vikings 28, Lions 19

Vikings

  • Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater got back on track with 316 yards plus two touchdowns. He struggled to start the season but more games like this put him back in the QB1 conversation.
  • Receiver Stefon Diggs continues to impress with six catches for 108 yards and a touchdown. It was also the first time he led the team in targets. Diggs has the potential to be a good WR2/3 in dynasty formats.
  • Rookie linebacker Eric Kendricks had six tackles plus two sacks, doubling his sack total for the season. More games like this and he’ll be a solid LB2/3 in dynasty IDP formats.

Lions 

  • Matt Stafford was on his way to get back on track with 256 yards and two touchdowns before getting hurt. Stafford could still end up in the QB1 conversation by the end of the season but it’ll take a lot.
  • Meanwhile, rookie Ameer Abdullah appears to have taken over the starting job permanently, leading the team with eight carries for 43 yards. He’s not quite setting the world on fire like other rookie runners but could still be a decent RB2 in dynasty formats.
  • Tight end Eric Ebron continues to string together good performances with five catches for 83 yards and a touchdown. He’ll need to be more consistent to enter the TE1 conversation but he could be a good buy low candidate.

Dynasty Recap – Week 2 – Vikings 26, Lions 16

Vikings

  • Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater had another average game with 153 yards and a touchdown but added 21 yards on the ground and another touchdown. No need to abandon ship on Bridgewater yet but hopefully the hype catches up soon.
  • Meanwhile, Adrian Peterson ran wild for 134 yards rushing plus 58 yards receiving. He should continue to be a RB1 in dynasty rankings until he shows he can’t do it.
  • Tight end Kyle Rudolph had another five-catch game with 30 yards and a touchdown. He’ll continue to rise in the dynasty rankings.

Lions

  • Quarterback Matt Stafford had a very Stafford-like game with 286 yards on 53 pass attempts with two touchdowns and an interception. Stafford has clearly played himself out of elite QB1 status in dynasty leagues.
  • Rookie running back Ameer Abdullah had a poor game with nine yards rushing and nine yards receiving on just eight touches. He should still lead the team in carries going forward so he’ll be fine.
  • Receiver Calvin Johnson bounced back with 10 catches for 83 yards and a touchdown. He may not be the elite dynasty receiver he was but he’s still a low-end WR1.

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.

Dynasty Recap – Week 7 – Lions slip by Saints, 24-23

  • Saints quarterback Drew Brees returned to a little normalcy with 342 yards and two touchdowns all without a full-strength Jimmy Graham. However, Brees has not looked like his usual self this year and is in the big group of QB1’s in dynasty formats.
  • The same could be said for Lions quarterback Matt Stafford with 299 yards and two touchdowns and two interceptions without Calvin Johnson. He’s had a sub-par (for him) season as well and is squarely in the QB1 bunch but definitely not elite.
  • Lions receiver Golden Tate had a big day while continuing his big season with ten catches for 154 yards and a touchdown. Tate is a solid WR3/4 in dynasty formats.
  • Saints linebacker Curtis Lofton had a season-high 16 tackles and has solidified his standing as a low-end LB1 especially in tackle heavy formats.

Dynasty Recap – Week 5 – Bills escape Lions, 17-14

  • Lions quarterback Matt Stafford had a down day with 221 yards, a touchdown and an interception. You wonder if the absence of Calvin Johnson, Joique Bell, and Reggie Bush towards the end of the game is having an impact.
  • Bills running back C.J. Spiller continues to disappoint with seven yards on nine carries and 25 yards receiving on three catches.
  • One person taking advantage of Calvin Johnson’s absence is Golden Tate who racked up 134 yards on seven catches and a touchdown. Tate is a low-end WR2 as long as he’s in Detroit.
  • Bills rookie receiver Sammy Watkins had his best day with 87 yards on seven catches and led the team with 12 targets. He could develop into at least a WR2 his year with the potential for more.