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Superflex Dynasty Rankings: 2022 Fantasy Playoffs Update

Many dynasty football leagues now play in a superflex format. There are stark contrasts in quarterback value versus other skill positions in superflex dynasty football rankings due to positional scarcity, so you’ll notice that I have many quarterbacks ranked higher overall. Beyond that, there are even nuances that change where quarterbacks are ranked within the position.

Quarterback age and starting longevity are far bigger priorities in superflex formats, which changes how I have quarterbacks ranked between the formats. In 1QB leagues, quarterback prospects with upside are coveted over safe starters because backup quarterbacks are rarely needed outside of injuries and bye weeks. However, in superflex leagues, consistent producers at QB2 and QB3 on dynasty rosters are necessary depth since it’s beneficial for the vast majority of teams start two quarterbacks every week.

The influx of a talented 2022 rookie class has shaken up these superflex dynasty rankings a bit, as quite a few quarterbacks gained receiving weapons and upgrades to their surrounding cast during the NFL Draft. Many players’ values are also dependent on whether a roster is contending for a title or in the process of rebuilding, but in general, dynasty rankings align much more closely with rest-of-season redraft rankings in-season. Here are my updated top-200 ranked players assuming a superflex format with PPR scoring (you can find my 1QB dynasty rankings here) as we approach the fantasy playoffs. And be sure to check back for updated superflex dynasty rankings at the start of next offseason!

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Superflex Dynasty Rankings

Last updated on Thursday, December 8th.

RankPos RkPlayerPosTeamCommentsDraft Pick Value
1QB1Patrick MahomesQBKC>2024 1.01
2QB2Lamar JacksonQBBAL>2024 1.01
3QB3Jalen HurtsQBPHI>2024 1.01
4QB4Josh AllenQBBUF>2024 1.01
5QB5Joe BurrowQBCINBurrow's calf looks to be 100% healthy after CIN's bye, which vaults him back up to a strong QB1 ROS.>2024 1.01
6QB6Anthony RichardsonQBINDRichardson should be a strong buy candidate for rebuilding teams looking ahead to 2024 and beyond.>2024 1.01
7WR1Ja'Marr ChaseWRCINWith Kirk Cousins likely having played his last game in MIN, Chase should be the No. 1 dynasty WR ROS and possibly beyond as well.>2024 1.01
8WR2AJ BrownWRPHIBrown is still fairly young at 26 years old, and with PHI's defense forcing them into shootouts, he's an elite WR1 ROS and likely for 2024 as well.~2024 1.01
9RB1Bijan RobinsonRBATLIn spite of Tyler Allgeier's continued involvement, Bijan remains an elite talent at RB and will eventually produce as such in fantasy.~2024 1.01
10RB2Breece HallRBNYJHall seems 100% healthy and has reclaimed a workhorse role. He's a clear top-2 dynasty RB despite the Jets' QB and OL concerns.~2024 1.01
11WR3Justin JeffersonWRMINThere are questions about MIN's QB situation heading into 2024, but Jefferson remains an elite talent and buy target for rebuilding teams.~2024 1.01
12RB3Christian McCaffreyRBSFThe age cliff is looming for McCaffrey, but he's a weekly top-3 RB if he can stay healthy for the duration of the 2023 season.Early 2024 1st
13QB7Tua TagovailoaQBMIAMIA's OL injuries are a concern, but Tua should remain a strong weekly QB1 as long as he, Hill, and Waddle can stay healthy.Early 2024 1st
14QB8Trevor LawrenceQBJACEarly 2024 1st
15QB9Justin HerbertQBLACEarly 2024 1st
16WR4Tyreek HillWRMIAAge be damned. Hill is on pace to shatter some records in 2023 and is a league-winner even if his value could drop next offseason.Early 2024 1st
17WR5CeeDee LambWRDALThe Cowboys have a cakewalk schedule over the second half of the 2023 season. Lamb should be treated as a strong WR1 ROS.Early 2024 1st
18WR6Jaylen WaddleWRMIAWaddle has been overshadowed by Hill and dealt with injuries in 2023, but he remains an elite talent and is paired with Mike McDaniel long-term.Early 2024 1st
19WR7Garrett WilsonWRNYJWilson doesn't have an elite ceiling ROS with Zach Wilson, but he's still seeing a massive target share this year and is fine long-term.Early 2024 1st
20WR8Amon-Ra St. BrownWRDETEarly 2024 1st
21WR9Chris OlaveWRNODerek Carr hasn't found Olave on many big plays, but Olave continues to see a high target share and should be a long-term buy or hold.Early 2024 1st
22WR10Stefon DiggsWRBUFEarly 2024 1st
23TE1Mark AndrewsTEBALEarly 2024 1st
24QB10Kyler MurrayQBARIWhether Kyler's future is still with ARI long-term remains up in the air, but his rushing potential will keep him a fantasy QB1 regardless.Early 2024 1st
25QB11Justin FieldsQBCHIThe same goes for Fields. Whether in CHI or elsewhere long-term, he has the ability to score fantasy points with his legs.Mid 2024 1st
26QB12Dak PrescottQBDALPrescott has been inconsistent to start the year, but DAL's schedule is much easier over the second half of the 2023 season.Mid 2024 1st
27QB13CJ StroudQBHOUStroud has cooled off after a hot start, but his poise and accuracy thus far are reasons for optimism if HOU can upgrade the OL next offseason.Mid 2024 1st
28TE2Travis KelceTEKCMid 2024 1st
29RB4Travis EtienneRBJACEtienne has been a workhorse in 2023 with heavy usage as a receiver as well. His future looks bright tied to Lawrence in JAX.Mid 2024 1st
30RB5Jonathan TaylorRBINDMoss will still be involved, but Taylor continues to see more usage with each passing week, and Minshew at QB ensures target volume.Mid 2024 1st
31RB6Jahmyr GibbsRBDETGibbs's fantasy ceiling will be limited once Montgomery returns, but the rookie has shown flashes of elite talent.Mid 2024 1st
32RB7De'Von AchaneRBMIAMIA's OL injuries are concerning, but Achane should still be a boom/bust RB1 once he returns from IR with an elite ceiling long-term.Mid 2024 1st
33RB8Saquon BarkleyRBNYGDespite NYG's overall offensive woes, Barkley is a workhorse RB1 and could see even more targets if Waller is out for a while.Mid 2024 1st
34WR11Puka NacuaWRLARStafford's thumb injury could limit Nacua, but he continues to demand a strong target share and should excel with McVay long-term.Mid 2024 1st
35RB9Kenneth WalkerRBSEAMid 2024 1st
36WR12DeVonta SmithWRPHIMid 2024 1st
37WR13DK MetcalfWRSEAMid 2024 1st
38WR14Jaxon Smith-NjigbaWRSEAMid 2024 1st
39WR15Zay FlowersWRBALMid 2024 1st
40WR16Jordan AddisonWRMINThere are questions at QB for MIN ROS and heading into 2024, and Jefferson's eventual return will cap Addison's weekly ceiling.Mid 2024 1st
41WR17Cooper KuppWRLARLike Nacua, Kupp will be reliant on Stafford's health, but both WRs should have high weekly ceilings ROS as boom/bust WR1s.Mid 2024 1st
42RB10Alvin KamaraRBNOKamara is a declining asset at almost 29 years old, but he's a PPR machine and locked-in weekly RB1 with Carr's proficiency for checking down.Mid 2024 1st
43RB11Austin EkelerRBLACEkeler's pass-catching usage keeps him as a strong RB1 ROS, but like Kamara, his value will drop off quickly in the offseason.Mid 2024 1st
44WR18Drake LondonWRATLThe switch to Heinicke should be a minor upgrade for ATL's pass-catchers, but London's ceiling may be capped without a long-term QB upgrade.Mid 2024 1st
45WR19Davante AdamsWRLVAdams has a massive weekly ceiling, but we're seeing that he also has a low weekly floor, especially with a rookie QB under center.Mid 2024 1st
46WR20Tee HigginsWRCINHiggins should be an upside WR2 each week ROS with Burrow healthy, but keep in mind that he'll likely be on a new team in 2024.Mid 2024 1st
47TE3Sam LaPortaTEDETEven as a rookie, LaPorta is heavily involved as a pass-catcher and has shown high-end playmaking ability.Mid 2024 1st
48TE4Dalton KincaidTEBUFWith Knox out, Kincaid has finally shown his receiving ability with consistent usage and should be a reliable TE1 going forward with Allen.Mid 2024 1st
49WR21Marquise BrownWRARIWith Kyler Murray returning soon, Brown should see more accurate downfield targets and has WR1 potential ROS if Murray can return to form.Mid 2024 1st
50RB12Tony PollardRBDALLate 2024 1st
51RB13James CookRBBUFLate 2024 1st
52TE5TJ HockensonTEMINLike Jefferson and Addison, Hockenson gets downgraded with Cousins out, but he can still see target volume from Dobbs.Late 2024 1st
53TE6George KittleTESFKittle is very boom/bust, but he can be a league-winner ROS if Deebo or Aiyuk miss time over the second half of the year.Late 2024 1st
54QB14Brock PurdyQBSFPurdy may not have elite QB1 upside distributing the ball in Shanahan's run-heavy offense, but he can be a perennial back-end QB1.Late 2024 1st
55QB15Deshaun WatsonQBCLEIt's unclear whether Watson will regain his HOU form at this point. He's a risk/reward asset going forward until we see him excel.Late 2024 1st
56QB16Bryce YoungQBCARYoung has begun to look more comfortable after CAR's bye, but it's unlikely he has an elite fantasy ceiling without much rushing potential.Late 2024 1st
57WR22Michael PittmanWRINDWith Minshew at QB ROS, Pittman should continue to see heavy target volume and be a weekly high-floor WR2 play.Late 2024 1st
58WR23Brandon AiyukWRSFAiyuk and Deebo may alternate big weeks in 2023, but both have massive ceilings with Aiyuk heading to free agency this offseason.Late 2024 1st
59TE7Dallas GoedertTEPHILate 2024 1st
60TE8Kyle PittsTEATLLate 2024 1st
61WR24Keenan AllenWRLACThere's risk with Allen nearing 32 years old, but he looks to be a strong WR2 ROS considering his high target share with Williams out.Late 2024 1st
62RB14Isiah PachecoRBKCPacheco has cemented himself as the lead RB in KC, and his pass-catching usage gives him a high weekly floor as an RB2 in fantasy.Late 2024 1st
63RB15Javonte WilliamsRBDENWilliams finally looks 100% healthy and has reclaimed the clear lead role in a DEN offense that's bounced back under Sean Payton.Late 2024 1st
64RB16Joe MixonRBCINBurrow at full health gives all the CIN skill-position players high weekly floors and ceilings in fantasy ROS even if Mixon is getting up there in age.Late 2024 1st
65RB17David MontgomeryRBDETMontgomery looks to be a strong RB2 ROS with weekly TD potential behind a stout DET OL that wants to run the ball, especially near the GL.Late 2024 1st
66WR25Deebo SamuelWRSFDeebo and Aiyuk may alternate big weeks in 2023, but both have massive ceilings with Aiyuk heading to free agency this offseason.Late 2024 1st
67WR26DJ MooreWRCHILate 2024 1st
68QB17Will LevisQBTENLevis had an impressive debut vs. ATL, but he'll need to show more consistency before he moves up the dynasty QB rankings.Early 2024 2nd
69QB18Jared GoffQBDETGoff looks to be in command of this DET offense and should be a solid QB2 behind this OL and with these pass-catching playmakers.Early 2024 2nd
70WR27Adam ThielenWRCARThielen has been the clear No. 1 target for rookie Bryce Young and can be a back-end WR1 ROS as long as he can stay healthy.Early 2024 2nd
71WR28Terry McLaurinWRWASEarly 2024 2nd
72WR29Amari CooperWRCLEEarly 2024 2nd
73WR30Calvin RidleyWRJACEarly 2024 2nd
74WR31George PickensWRPITEarly 2024 2nd
75WR32Christian WatsonWRGBJordan Love has been inconsistent, and GB's OL injuries have limited the downfield shots for Watson. He could be a buy low for 2024.Early 2024 2nd
76WR33Gabriel DavisWRBUFBUF has wanted Allen to run a bit less, and a healthy Davis has been a great downfield target. He's a boom/bust WR3 ROS.Early 2024 2nd
77WR34Rashee RiceWRKCRice has become the best KC WR, but he may be limited to a WR2/3 ceiling with Kelce there and Mahomes spreading the ball around.Early 2024 2nd
78WR35Nico CollinsWRHOUThe future is bright in HOU for Collins with Stroud, but they're unlikely to be a pass-first team, which could limit HOU's WRs in fantasy.Early 2024 2nd
79WR36Quentin JohnstonWRLACJohnston finally got more involved vs. CHI, but he needs to demonstrate more consistency for his role to grow behind Keenan Allen.Early 2024 2nd
80QB19Sam HowellQBWASHowell has been inconsistent and taken a lot of sacks, but he's capable of finding his pass-catchers and has been a top-10 fantasy QB thus far.Early 2024 2nd
81RB18Josh JacobsRBLVJacobs has seen similar usage as 2022, but LVR's offense hasn't faciliated much scoring, relegating Jacobs to a volume-based RB2.Early 2024 2nd
82RB19D'Andre SwiftRBPHISwift has cemented himself as the lead back in PHI, but he's still a risky asset given his injury history. Hold if contending but sell if possible.Early 2024 2nd
83RB20Derrick HenryRBTENHopefully TEN's offense can get into the red zone more with Levis under center, which could give Henry more scoring opportunities.Early 2024 2nd
84WR37Diontae JohnsonWRPITJohnson continues where he left off in 2022 as a target-earner who may not see many TDs. He should be a fine WR2/3 in PPR ROS.Early 2024 2nd
85WR38Mike EvansWRTBEvans continues to be a preferred target for Baker Mayfield, and the volume should be there ROS even if the efficiency isn't.Early 2024 2nd
86QB20Kenny PickettQBPITEarly 2024 2nd
87QB21Daniel JonesQBNYGEarly 2024 2nd
88QB22Geno SmithQBSEAEarly 2024 2nd
89WR39Chris GodwinWRTBEarly 2024 2nd
90WR40DeAndre HopkinsWRTENHopkins won't score three TDs every week, but Levis's willingness and ability to hit Hopkins deep gives him WR2 upside ROS at the very least.Early 2024 2nd
91WR41Christian KirkWRJACEarly 2024 2nd
92RB21Najee HarrisRBPITEarly 2024 2nd
93RB22Zach CharbonnetRBSEACharbonnet has shown flashes and could have potential to see workhorse usage and fantasy RB1 upside if Walker were to miss time.Early 2024 2nd
94RB23Kyren WilliamsRBLARMid 2024 2nd
95RB24Jerome FordRBCLEMid 2024 2nd
96RB25James ConnerRBARIMid 2024 2nd
97RB26Rachaad WhiteRBTBMid 2024 2nd
98QB23Jordan LoveQBGBMid 2024 2nd
99QB24Russell WilsonQBDENMid 2024 2nd
100RB27Rhamondre StevensonRBNEMid 2024 2nd
101RB28Raheem MostertRBMIAMostert has shown enough to be an RB2 or flex at worst even once Achane returns to the lineup, but he'll be more volatile week to week.Mid 2024 2nd
102RB29Aaron JonesRBGBMid 2024 2nd
103WR42Josh DownsWRINDDowns has averaged 16.9 PPR PPG since Minshew took over as the starter in Week 6 and can be a WR3 with upside ROS.Mid 2024 2nd
104WR43Courtland SuttonWRDENMid 2024 2nd
105WR44Jahan DotsonWRWASMid 2024 2nd
106WR45Tyler LockettWRSEAMid 2024 2nd
107RB30Jaylen WarrenRBPITMid 2024 2nd
108RB31Tank BigsbyRBJACMid 2024 2nd
109WR46Jakobi MeyersWRLVMeyers has shown immense PPR upside, but he may not see the same kind of target volume from Aidan O'Connell ROS.Mid 2024 2nd
110WR47Jameson WilliamsWRDETHopefully DET can find ways to get Williams more involved coming out of their bye week. As is, he's just a boom/bust WR4.Mid 2024 2nd
111WR48Jerry JeudyWRDENJeudy has yet to surpass 15 PPR points in any given week in 2023 even with DEN's offense playing better this season.Mid 2024 2nd
112WR49Elijah MooreWRCLEMid 2024 2nd
113RB32Dameon PierceRBHOUHOU's backfield continues to devolve into a committee, and it doesn't help that their OL ranks among the worst in the NFL at run blocking.Mid 2024 2nd
114RB33Khalil HerbertRBCHIMid 2024 2nd
115RB34Brian RobinsonRBWASMid 2024 2nd
116TE9Michael MayerTELVMid 2024 2nd
117TE10Trey McBrideTEARIMcBride could see heavy target volume with Ertz on IR and with ARI's defense constantly putting them in catch-up game scripts.Mid 2024 2nd
118TE11Pat FreiermuthTEPITMid 2024 2nd
119TE12Evan EngramTEJACMid 2024 2nd
120TE13Jake FergusonTEDALPrescott continues to target Ferguson heavily, and Schultz was a back-end TE1 in that role. Ferguson remains a strong hold or buy.Mid 2024 2nd
121TE14David NjokuTECLEMid 2024 2nd
122RB35Tyjae SpearsRBTENMid 2024 2nd
123WR50Tank DellWRHOUDell has played well outside despite his size and clearly has chemistry with Stroud to make big plays downfield. He's a boom/bust flex ROS.Mid 2024 2nd
124RB36Roschon JohnsonRBCHILate 2024 2nd
125QB25Joshua DobbsQBMINDobbs should be a serviceable QB2 ROS in MIN, and he could find a starting job as a bridge QB somewhere in 2024 if he plays well enough.Late 2024 2nd
126QB26Taylor HeinickeQBATLHeinicke is an inconsistent passer, but he's an able runner who can provide rushing production as an upside QB2 in fantasy.Late 2024 2nd
127QB27Gardner MinshewQBINDWith IND's defense forcing them into shootouts, Minshew is a boom/bust QB2 with a high weekly ceiling and low weekly floor.Late 2024 2nd
128QB28Matthew StaffordQBLARLAR's OL issues continue to limit Stafford's weekly upside, and their schedule doesn't get much easier in the second half of the year.Late 2024 2nd
129RB37Zack MossRBINDLate 2024 2nd
130WR51Brandin CooksWRDALLate 2024 2nd
131QB29Derek CarrQBNOLate 2024 2nd
132QB30Baker MayfieldQBTBLate 2024 2nd
133QB31Mac JonesQBNELate 2024 2nd
134QB32Aidan O'ConnellQBLVHe didn't look great in his first start vs. LAC, but O'Connell has a chance to be a usable QB2 ROS given the weapons around him.Late 2024 2nd
135TE15Darren WallerTENYGWaller started to see target volume prior to re-aggravating his hamstring. He could be a buy low for contending teams for the fantasy playoffs.Late 2024 2nd
136TE16Luke MusgraveTEGBLate 2024 2nd
137WR52Jayden ReedWRGBLate 2024 2nd
138WR53Romeo DoubsWRGBLate 2024 2nd
139RB38Gus EdwardsRBBALLate 2024 2nd
140RB39Chuba HubbardRBCARLate 2024 2nd
141RB40Tyler AllgeierRBATLLate 2024 2nd
142RB41Kendre MillerRBNOLate 2024 2nd
143RB42AJ DillonRBGBGB's backfield has been a 50/50 split since Jones's return from injury, and Dillon's usage as a receiver keeps him in the PPR flex range.Late 2024 2nd
144RB43Kareem HuntRBCLELate 2024 2nd
145QB33Kirk CousinsQBMINCousins has likely played his last snap in MIN. There's no guarantee that he'll produce back-end QB1 numbers elsewhere in 2024.Late 2024 2nd
146WR54Demario DouglasWRNEWith Kendrick Bourne on IR, Douglas has the potential to lead NE in targets ROS if he can be a consistent chain-mover for Mac Jones.Early 2024 3rd
147WR55Rashid ShaheedWRNOShaheed is the definition of boom/bust, but he's shown chemistry with Carr on downfield passes and is a weekly upside WR4.Early 2024 3rd
148WR56Zay JonesWRJACJones has shown playmaking ability when healthy and can be a boom/bust flex play if he can stay on the field ROS.Early 2024 3rd
149WR57Marvin MimsWRDENMims has shown flashes but seems unlikely to be a consistent contributor as a rookie. He's a hold or buy heading into 2024.Early 2024 3rd
150WR58Jalin HyattWRNYGEarly 2024 3rd
151TE17Cole KmetTECHIEarly 2024 3rd
152TE18Dalton SchultzTEHOUEarly 2024 3rd
153TE19Logan ThomasTEWASEarly 2024 3rd
154TE20Gerald EverettTELACEarly 2024 3rd
155WR59Kadarius ToneyWRKCEarly 2024 3rd
156WR60Skyy MooreWRKCEarly 2024 3rd
157WR61Treylon BurksWRTENEarly 2024 3rd
158WR62Rashod BatemanWRBALEarly 2024 3rd
159WR63Curtis SamuelWRWASEarly 2024 3rd
160WR64Khalil ShakirWRBUFShakir has played more snaps and seen a double-digit target share since Dawson Knox was injured. He could have WR4 or flex upside ROS.Early 2024 3rd
161RB44Antonio GibsonRBWASEarly 2024 3rd
162RB45Alexander MattisonRBMINEarly 2024 3rd
163RB46Cam AkersRBMINEarly 2024 3rd
164WR65Wan'Dale RobinsonWRNYGEarly 2024 3rd
165RB47Jamaal WilliamsRBNOEarly 2024 3rd
166WR66Michael WilsonWRARIEarly 2024 3rd
167WR67Michael ThomasWRNOEarly 2024 3rd
168WR68Michael GallupWRDALEarly 2024 3rd
169RB48Jordan MasonRBSFMason could have RB2 upside if McCaffrey were to miss any time over the second half of the season with Eli Mitchell constantly banged up.Early 2024 3rd
170RB49Justice HillRBBALMid 2024 3rd
171RB50Rico DowdleRBDALMid 2024 3rd
172RB51Kenneth GainwellRBPHIMid 2024 3rd
173RB52Ezekiel ElliottRBNEMid 2024 3rd
174RB53Jerick McKinnonRBKCMid 2024 3rd
175RB54Miles SandersRBCARMid 2024 3rd
176RB55Elijah MitchellRBSFMid 2024 3rd
177RB56Devin SingletaryRBHOUMid 2024 3rd
178RB57Samaje PerineRBDENMid 2024 3rd
179RB58Dalvin CookRBNYJMid 2024 3rd
180WR69Josh PalmerWRLACMid 2024 3rd
181WR70Jonathan MingoWRCARMid 2024 3rd
182QB34Zach WilsonQBNYJMid 2024 3rd
183QB35Aaron RodgersQBNYJMid 2024 3rd
184RB59Jeff Wilson JrRBMIAMid 2024 3rd
185RB60Pierre StrongRBCLELate 2024 3rd
186RB61Emari DemercadoRBARIDemercado seems to be ARI's preferred RB in Conner's absence. He can be a short-term fill-in at flex for contending teams.Late 2024 3rd
187Rashaad Penny#N/A#N/ALate 2024 3rd
188Leonard Fournette#N/ABUFLate 2024 3rd
189WR71JuJu Smith-SchusterWRNELate 2024 3rd
190WR72Odell BeckhamWRBALLate 2024 3rd
191WR73Mike WilliamsWRLACWilliams should be ready for Week 1 of 2024, and the ACL shouldn't affect a straight-line downfield threat like him as much as other WRs.Late 2024 3rd
192WR74DJ CharkWRCARLate 2024 3rd
193WR75Tyler BoydWRCINLate 2024 3rd
194RB62Joshua KelleyRBLACLate 2024 3rd
195QB36Hendon HookerQBDETLate 2024 3rd
196QB37Ryan TannehillQBTENLate 2024 3rd
197QB38Jimmy GaroppoloQBLVGaroppolo could still be a starter if LVR changes their mind or in 2024, but he's a roster clogger for contending teams ROS as of now.Late 2024 3rd
198QB39Desmond RidderQBATLLate 2024 3rd
199RB63JK DobbinsRBBALIt's possible that neither of these RBs will ever be fantasy relevant again, but they're worth rolling the dice on for a late 3rd or less.Late 2024 3rd
200RB64Nick ChubbRBCLELate 2024 3rd

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  1. Bennett says

    Nice list. However saying “Kelce is in a tier of his own” and having Andrews ranked ahead of him is contradictory. Aside from that no gripes here.

  2. Ben says

    Breeze Hall at RB12? Cracked.

  3. helene says

    great work thank you

    1. Meng Song says

      Thanks! Stay tuned for the post-free agency update in a couple of months!

  4. Travis Henshaw says

    Where do you think guys like Lawrence, Harris, Etienne and Fields will rank in dynasty superflex?

    1. Meng Song says

      I currently have Lawrence at QB5 just ahead of Jackson. A bit lower on Fields, so just ahead of Mayfield and Rodgers.

      I’m still looking at RB film, but as of now I’d say Harris and Etienne are similar in value to the tier of 2020 rookie RBs like Dobbins and Gibson, though obviously landing spot will play a factor.

      These rankings will be updated to account for free agency movements and again after the NFL Draft to include the rookies.

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