This is version 2.0 of the #TDG250 which comes just two weeks before the start of the 2017 NFL season. Between now and then there will be some minor edits here and there to adjust to preseason happenings, injuries, and camp battles. As always, think of this as a value
This is version 1.2 of the #TDG250 which is the last edit before some major shake ups will happen. Training camp for most teams begins in the coming weeks and from that we will have a lot more information to use to tweak these rankings even more. When training camp
What you will see below is version 1.0 of the #TDG250 which will be debated, tweaked, and updated often as we approach the start of the 2017 Fantasy Football season. These rankings represent my opinion of present day value of these players in a PPR, superflex, dynasty no cost keep
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.
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