After releasing our consensus dynasty quarterback, running back, and wide receiver off-season rankings, we will now close the positions out with our consensus tight end rankings. The culmination of these rankings will be our consensus rookie rankings. All of these off-season lists will finally be capped off with our #TDG250.
Dynasty Guru Rookie Ranks Preview This being my first solo post for the Dynasty Guru I thought it only fitting to talk about rookies. Rookies are easy to dream on – we have never seen them fail as professionals, so they offer hope for the future. Football is a young
Earlier this year we unveiled our consensus dynasty quarterback and running back rankings as part of our 2017 dynasty football rankings, which will ultimately conclude with a pre-draft #Dynasty250, then rookie rankings and an updated 250 once the rookies are drafted. Today we continue our consensus wide receiver rankings with numbers 50-90. These rankings
Earlier this year we unveiled our consensus dynasty quarterback and running back rankings as part of our 2017 dynasty football rankings, which will ultimately conclude with a pre-draft #Dynasty250, then rookie rankings and an updated 250 once the rookies are drafted. Today we unveil our consensus wide receiver rankings, which we’ll examine by
Welcome to the first installment of the The Dynasty Guru Consensus Positional Rankings. Over the next several weeks we’ll release consensus rankings for running backs, wide receivers and tight ends. The process is for five trusted dynasty players to make their own lists, we average them, fight about it, tinker and
Sports has many clichés, perhaps to save fans valuable time and bandwidth that they can reinvest by ignoring their families on Thanksgiving afternoon. I like that the dynasty format has its own lazy catch phrase – “there is no offseason” – for writers to abuse. Ordinarily I might feel guilty about leaning
If you’ve checked out any of my #Dynasty250 rankings for fantasy football, you’ve probably noticed my rather extreme propensity to avoid paying a premium for workhorse running backs. (Please burn your eyes out when you get to number 18.) If you’ve played fantasy football this year, you’ve probably noticed that
For most leagues the trade deadline has come and gone, which makes the timing of this post curious. However, I wanted to recalibrate some of my assumptions with a deep dive in hopes of improving the next #Dynasty250 football rankings update. Further, for many of us who play this format
SELL (In Rebuild Mode) Melvin Gordon: His value may never be higher. When you consider how many offensive weapons Philip Rivers has lost (especially in the red zone), you can understand why I believe Melvin Gordon is an opportunistic sell high. The Chargers scored 34 Offensive touchdowns last season.
This week’s #Dynasty250 refresh features a shake up of the top ten. We’re half way through the NFL season and it’s time to acknowledge that DeAndre Hopkins is not quarterback proof. Taking his place inside the top five are the next waive of stud wide receivers, Mike Evans and Amari Cooper,