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2024 Dynasty Football Rankings: Offseason Update

These dynasty football rankings are fluid and should be used as a general guide to value players. Many players’ values are 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 redraft rankings in-season. As such, certain veterans ranked below younger prospects in my rankings could still be worth acquiring in a trade straight up for a contender, and some high-upside prospects may make more sense for a rebuilding team even if ranked below some veteran producers at the position.

The influx of a talented 2023 rookie class has shaken up these dynasty football rankings a bit, as exciting rookies like Bijan Robinson, Jahmyr Gibbs, and De’Von Achane established themselves as top dynasty running backs, and Marvin Harrison Jr. will immediately slot in as a top-10 dynasty wide receiver after the 2024 NFL Draft. Taking into account team need and roster construction, here are my updated top-200 dynasty football rankings assuming a standard 1QB format with PPR scoring (you can find my superflex rankings here). And be sure to check back for updated dynasty rankings once free agency begins!

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Dynasty Football Rankings

Last updated on Tuesday, January 16th.

RankPos RkPlayerPosTeamCommentsDraft Pick Value
1WR1Justin JeffersonWRMINThere's some QB uncertainty, but Jefferson's talent keeps him at WR1. The best-case scenario would be for MIN to re-sign Kirk Cousins.>2024 1.01
2WR2Ja'Marr ChaseWRCINWith Higgins potentially gone as a FA, Chase could see a monstrous target share if he and Burrow can both stay healthy next season.>2024 1.01
3WR3CeeDee LambWRDALThere's an argument for Lamb to be the No. 2 dynasty WR over Chase if his target volume from 2023 carries into 2024.>2024 1.01
4RB1Breece HallRBNYJHall was dynamic in his first year back from the ACL on a dreadful NYJ offense. He can be a league-winner with Rodgers expected back.>2024 1.01
5RB2Bijan RobinsonRBATLWill Arther Smith or a new ATL head coach unleash Bijan? The talent is clearly there. Will the usage be there in 2024?>2024 1.01
6RB3Jahmyr GibbsRBDETEven with Montgomery vulturing some TDs, Gibbs has mixed in near the GL and has been electric as a receiver out of the backfield.~2024 1.01
7WR4Garrett WilsonWRNYJAs with Hall above, Wilson has flashed enormous talent and can ascend into that elite WR1 tier if Rodgers is even 80% of his old self.~2024 1.01
8WR5Puka NacuaWRLARNacua should continue to ascend as the 1A in LAR with Kupp another year older, and Stafford looks like he still has it when healthy.~2024 1.01
9WR6Amon-Ra St. BrownWRDET~2024 1.01
10RB4Christian McCaffreyRBSFAge is the only reason McCaffrey isn't higher. Can he hold up in his 28 year old season after staying healthy for most of 2023?Early 2024 1st
11WR7Tyreek HillWRMIAHill is getting older but has shown to be an elite WR1 in Mike McDaniel's offense. Barring injury, he still projects as a top-5 WR in 2024.Early 2024 1st
12QB1Josh AllenQBBUFEarly 2024 1st
13QB2Lamar JacksonQBBALBAL's revamped passing offense under Todd Monken could take another step forward in Year 2 with a healthy Mark Andrews.Early 2024 1st
14QB3Patrick MahomesQBKCEarly 2024 1st
15WR8AJ BrownWRPHIEarly 2024 1st
16WR9Chris OlaveWRNOThe biggest question for Olave is QB. Will NO stick with Carr, and if so, can Carr connect with Olave downfield and in the red zone?Early 2024 1st
17WR10DK MetcalfWRSEAEarly 2024 1st
18RB5Kyren WilliamsRBLARWilliams has been an elite workhorse RB1 when healthy. The one concern is that he's missed a lot of time with injuries already.Early 2024 1st
19RB6Jonathan TaylorRBINDHeading into 2024, the questions for Taylor are whether his target volume and GL usage will dip once Anthony Richardson takes over.Early 2024 1st
20RB7De'Von AchaneRBMIALike Kyren Williams, the big concern with Achane is whether he can stay on the field. When healthy, he's a locked-in weekly RB1.Early 2024 1st
21WR11Tank DellWRHOUDell and Collins profile as a Godwin and Evans-like pair in HOU. Both WRs have high expectations heading into Year 2 with Stroud.Early 2024 1st
22WR12Nico CollinsWRHOUSee note above for Tank Dell.Early 2024 1st
23WR13DJ MooreWRCHIWill it be Fields or a rookie QB throwing to Moore in 2024? Either way, he projects to see a ton of target volume as CHI's clear-cut WR1.Early 2024 1st
24WR14Drake LondonWRATLArthur Smith is gone, but ATL still needs an answer at QB. If they can find an upgrade, London has the talent to produce WR1 numbers.Early 2024 1st
25TE1Sam LaPortaTEDETLaPorta perfectly complements ARSB over the middle of the field given Goff's tendencies and should see a lot of targets again in 2024.Early 2024 1st
26TE2Dalton KincaidTEBUFKincaid was inconsistent over the second half of the year, but he showed flashes and should get more work heading into his second year.Early 2024 1st
27QB4CJ StroudQBHOUStroud was nothing short of remarkable as a rookie. With Dell, Collins, and hopefully a healthy OL in 2024, he could jump into the elite tier.Mid 2024 1st
28QB5Jalen HurtsQBPHIHurts was inconsistent as a passer in 2023. With PHI's aging OL, there's some worry that his production could dip without tush-push TDs.Mid 2024 1st
29QB6Anthony RichardsonQBINDIn his three healthy games, Richardson was the fantasy QB3. He has elite potential with Shane Steichen calling the plays in IND.Mid 2024 1st
30QB7Kyler MurrayQBARIEven with no WR1, Murray was a top-10 fantasy QB upon his return from the ACL in Week 10. He's a strong QB1 heading into 2024.Mid 2024 1st
31QB8Joe BurrowQBCINBurrow remains a top NFL QB, but his fantasy production may not be elite depending on what weapons outside of Chase remain in CIN.Mid 2024 1st
32QB9Justin HerbertQBLACLike Burrow, Herbert is a solid QB1, but can his passing production remain elite with an aging Allen and oft-injured Williams at WR?Mid 2024 1st
33WR15Zay FlowersWRBALTarget volume may decline a bit with Andrews back in 2024, but Flowers profile's as BAL's WR1 going forward and showed flashes.Mid 2024 1st
34WR16Jaxon Smith-NjigbaWRSEAMid 2024 1st
35WR17Jaylen WaddleWRMIAThis tier of young, 1B WRs all have talent but may need an injury to ascend from boom/bust WR2/3s into consistent WR1/2s.Mid 2024 1st
36WR18DeVonta SmithWRPHIMid 2024 1st
37WR19Jordan AddisonWRMINMid 2024 1st
38RB8James CookRBBUFMid 2024 1st
39RB9Travis EtienneRBJACMid 2024 1st
40RB10Kenneth WalkerRBSEAMid 2024 1st
41TE3Mark AndrewsTEBALAndrews was the TE3 in PPR PPG prior to injury and shouldn't be forgotten heading into 2024. He's still under 30 and tied to Lamar Jackson.Mid 2024 1st
42TE4George KittleTESFMid 2024 1st
43WR20Deebo SamuelWRSFMid 2024 1st
44WR21Brandon AiyukWRSFMid 2024 1st
45QB10Jordan LoveQBGBLove overcame multiple WR injuries and showed out in a contract year. He could be a perennial top-12 fantasy QB with LaFleur.Late 2024 1st
46QB11Brock PurdyQBSFAs long as Purdy has Shanahan and strong playmakers in SF, he should be a perennial top-12 fantasy QB.Late 2024 1st
47QB12Justin FieldsQBCHIFields was a top-12 fantasy QB down the stretch once healthy. Regardless of where he's playing next year, his rushing keeps him a QB1.Late 2024 1st
48WR22Michael PittmanWRINDPittman could move up or down in the rankings depending on where he signs this offseason after a career-high 156 targets in 2023.Late 2024 1st
49RB11Saquon BarkleyRBNYGIt remains to be seen whether NYG will tag Barkley for a second year or allow him to explore other options in free agency.Late 2024 1st
50RB12Josh JacobsRBLVLate 2024 1st
51RB13Isiah PachecoRBKCLate 2024 1st
52RB14Rachaad WhiteRBTBLate 2024 1st
53TE5Trey McBrideTEARIMcBride was a top-3 TE with Murray back from Week 10 onward. Even with ARI likely to add WR help, McBride projects as a top-5 TE in 2024.Late 2024 1st
54TE6TJ HockensonTEMINGiven the timing of his ACL/MCL tear, Hockenson could even start the 2024 season on PUP, which drops him a bit in the rankings.Late 2024 1st
55WR23Cooper KuppWRLARThis tier of veterans is full of risk/reward. None project as elite options next year, and 2024 could be their final year of fantasy relevance.Late 2024 1st
56WR24Davante AdamsWRLVLate 2024 1st
57WR25Keenan AllenWRLACLate 2024 1st
58WR26Mike EvansWRTBLate 2024 1st
59TE7Travis KelceTEKCKelce is likely to have an even more reduced role in 2024. However, he can still be a top-10 TE with TDs if KC's offense improves overall.Late 2024 1st
60WR27Tee HigginsWRCINBurrow reportedly wants CIN to re-sign Higgins, which would be the best case for him as the No. 2 alongside Chase.Late 2024 1st
61WR28Rashee RiceWRKCRice has excellent YAC ability, but KC will undoubtedly add pass-catching help this offseason after a major step back on offense in 2023.Late 2024 1st
62TE8Kyle PittsTEATLSee note above for Drake London.Late 2024 1st
63WR29Christian KirkWRJACKirk appeared to be Lawrence's favorite target when healthy and should continue to see volume next season as a PPR WR2/3.Early 2024 2nd
64WR30Amari CooperWRCLECooper has shown that he still has the talent, but the connection has been apparent with Flacco. Will he produce as well with Watson in 2024?Early 2024 2nd
65WR31Stefon DiggsWRBUFDiggs has really fallen off over the second half of 2023. He'll still have big weeks but is likely more of a boom/bust WR2 for 2024.Early 2024 2nd
66QB13Tua TagovailoaQBMIATua fell off over the second half of the year with injuries to Hill, Waddle, and the OL. He should bounce back if the surrounding cast is healthy.Early 2024 2nd
67QB14Trevor LawrenceQBJACLawrence struggled as a passer in 2023, and more importantly, he didn't run much. He'll drop further if he doesn't show progress in 2024.Early 2024 2nd
68QB15Dak PrescottQBDALPrescott was a top-5 fantasy QB in 2023 despite not throwing much early in the year with an elite defense. He should be a QB1 again in 2024.Early 2024 2nd
69WR32George PickensWRPITBoth Pickens and Watson are great downfield contested catch threats but need to stay on the field and play more consistently to ascend.Early 2024 2nd
70WR33Christian WatsonWRGBEarly 2024 2nd
71RB15Rhamondre StevensonRBNEA lot is up in the air for NE heading into 2024, but Stevenson showed that he can be an RB2 when healthy in spite of a bad offense overall.Early 2024 2nd
72WR34Chris GodwinWRTBMid 2024 2nd
73WR35Jayden ReedWRGBThere's no true No. 1 WR in GB, but Reed seems to be the most versatile and trusted target for Love heading into 2024.Mid 2024 2nd
74WR36Marquise BrownWRARIBrown has struggled to stay on the field over the last two years in ARI. He can still be a premier deep threat but needs to stay healthy.Mid 2024 2nd
75WR37Jakobi MeyersWRLVMeyers was a strong WR2 with Garoppolo early in the year. If LVR can find even an average QB starter, he's a potential buy-low for 2024.Mid 2024 2nd
76WR38Terry McLaurinWRWASThere never seemed to be a rapport between McLaurin and Howell, and it remains to be seen what changes WAS will make in the offseason.Mid 2024 2nd
77RB16David MontgomeryRBDETGibbs has asserted himself as the clear 1A in DET, but Montgomery should continue to be a TD dependent RB2/flex in 2024.Mid 2024 2nd
78RB17Khalil HerbertRBCHIIt's uncertain what CHI's offense will look like or who the QB will be in 2024, but Herbert showed he can be an RB2 if CHI gives him the 1A role.Mid 2024 2nd
79RB18Tony PollardRBDALPollard seems best suited for a complementary role with explosive plays on limited touches, whether in DAL or elsewhere.Mid 2024 2nd
80RB19Javonte WilliamsRBDENPerhaps DEN will give Williams more work two years removed from the knee injury in 2024, but he seems mired in a RBBC for now.Mid 2024 2nd
81TE9Dallas GoedertTEPHINothing changed in 2024. Goedert is a top-10 talent at TE but will struggle to see consistent targets when Brown and Smith are healthy.Mid 2024 2nd
82RB20James ConnerRBARIThis tier of veteran RBs should all find starting work somewhere even if they no longer have the burst they used to have.Mid 2024 2nd
83RB21Alvin KamaraRBNOMid 2024 2nd
84RB22Aaron JonesRBGBMid 2024 2nd
85RB23Austin EkelerRBLACMid 2024 2nd
86TE10David NjokuTECLEMid 2024 2nd
87TE11Evan EngramTEJACMid 2024 2nd
88TE12Cole KmetTECHIMid 2024 2nd
89RB24Tyjae SpearsRBTENSpears showed flashes, but temper expectations with the long-term risk on his knee and TEN likely adding a RB to replace Henry.Mid 2024 2nd
90RB25Najee HarrisRBPITMid 2024 2nd
91RB26Brian RobinsonRBWASMid 2024 2nd
92TE13Michael MayerTELVMid 2024 2nd
93TE14Pat FreiermuthTEPITMid 2024 2nd
94TE15Jake FergusonTEDALMid 2024 2nd
95TE16Dalton SchultzTEHOUMid 2024 3rd
96QB16Deshaun WatsonQBCLEHope is waning of Watson ever returning to form after he struggled in 2023 with Flacco exceling in the same scheme. He's very risk/reward.Late 2024 2nd
97QB17Bryce YoungQBCARYoung looked lost for much of his rookie season, and there are questions as to CAR's competency (or lack thereof) to build around him.Late 2024 2nd
98QB18Matthew StaffordQBLARStafford has shown to still be an elite passer. If he, his OL, and his WRs are all healthy in 2024, Stafford can be a top-10 fantasy QB.Late 2024 2nd
99QB19Kirk CousinsQBMINRumor is that Cousins could take a hometown discount to stay in MIN. The weapons there would keep him a back-end fantasy QB1 for 2024.Late 2024 2nd
100QB20Aaron RodgersQBNYJAssuming Rodgers can be even 80% of what he was before, he has solid surrounding talent in NYJ to be a QB2 with upside for a year or two.Late 2024 2nd
101QB21Will LevisQBTENA lot is up in the air with TEN's coach and surrounding cast for Levis in 2024, but he showed some big play ability for fantasy purposes.Late 2024 2nd
102QB22Jared GoffQBDETGoff can be a useable QB2 as long as he remains the starter in DET and Ben Johnson is calling the plays, but he lacks ceiling and consistency.Late 2024 2nd
103WR39Courtland SuttonWRDENLate 2024 2nd
104WR40Calvin RidleyWRJACLate 2024 2nd
105WR41Diontae JohnsonWRPITLate 2024 2nd
106WR42DeAndre HopkinsWRTENLate 2024 2nd
107WR43Josh DownsWRINDLate 2024 2nd
108WR44Romeo DoubsWRGBLate 2024 2nd
109RB27Kendre MillerRBNOThere's a chance that NO could move on from Kamara this offseason, which would thrust Miller into a lead role if he can stay healthy.Late 2024 2nd
110RB28Zamir WhiteRBLVWhile there are questions about LVR's offense overall, Josh Jacobs could be gone next year with White in a 1A role, at worst.Late 2024 2nd
111RB29Chase BrownRBCINBrown showed some big play ability as a rookie, and CIN could part ways with Mixon this offseason with major changes on offense.Late 2024 2nd
112RB30D'Andre SwiftRBPHIThe best case for Swift would be to stay in PHI behind that OL, but even then, we've seen that TDs can be scarce with Hurts there.Late 2024 2nd
113RB31Joe MixonRBCINSee note above for Chase Brown.Late 2024 2nd
114RB32Derrick HenryRBTEN2023 was likely Henry's last year in TEN, and he was already losing work to Spears. He's likely a flex for fantasy in a RBBC next year.Late 2024 2nd
115TE17Davis AllenTELARWith Tyler Higbee likely to miss the start of the 2024 season due to his ACL tear, Allen should have a starting role and has shown flashes.Late 2024 3rd
116TE18Luke MusgraveTEGBLate 2024 2nd
117TE19Tucker KraftTEGBLate 2024 2nd
118WR45Jameson WilliamsWRDETWilliams started to see more usage down the stretch in 2023 but will likely be inconsistent competing for targets with ARSB and LaPorta.Late 2024 2nd
119WR46Gabriel DavisWRBUFLate 2024 2nd
120WR47Mike WilliamsWRLACLate 2024 2nd
121RB33Jerome FordRBCLEThere's a chance that Ford could remain CLE's Week 1 starter and a fantasy RB2/flex in 2024 depending on Chubb's rehab timeline.Late 2024 2nd
122RB34Jaylen WarrenRBPITLate 2024 2nd
123RB35Zach CharbonnetRBSEALate 2024 2nd
124RB36Roschon JohnsonRBCHILate 2024 2nd
125RB37Nick ChubbRBCLEIf anyone can come back from a devastating knee injury near the age of 30, it's Chubb. He's worth a dart throw given the talent.Early 2024 3rd
126QB23Daniel JonesQBNYGNYG is committed to Jones through at least 2024, and he still has rushing upside. Jones is a buy-low if the OL can stay healthy next year.Early 2024 3rd
127QB24Sam HowellQBWASIt remains to be seen whether WAS will stick with Howell in 2024. He showed good and bad and could be a serviceable starter.Early 2024 3rd
128QB25Baker MayfieldQBTBMayfield has probably played well enough to be TB's starter heading into 2024, and he was a solid albeit unexciting fantasy QB2 in 2023.Early 2024 3rd
129QB26Derek CarrQBNOThere's a big enough sample size on this tier of QBs by now. They're QB2s at best and may not be NFL starters for much longer, if at all.Early 2024 3rd
130QB27Russell WilsonQBDENEarly 2024 3rd
131QB28Geno SmithQBSEAEarly 2024 3rd
132WR48Dontayvion WicksWRGBEarly 2024 3rd
133WR49Elijah MooreWRCLEEarly 2024 3rd
134RB38Raheem MostertRBMIAThe best-case scenario for Mostert in fantasy would be to remain with MIA on a cheap deal, but even so, he has a long injury history.Early 2024 3rd
135RB39Gus EdwardsRBBALEdwards can be a TD-dependent flex once again in 2024 if he continues to see similar GL usage on an efficient BAL offense.Early 2024 3rd
136WR50Tyler LockettWRSEAEarly 2024 3rd
137WR51Adam ThielenWRCAREarly 2024 3rd
138WR52Brandin CooksWRDALEarly 2024 3rd
139RB40Devin SingletaryRBHOUEarly 2024 3rd
140RB41Dameon PierceRBHOUEarly 2024 3rd
141RB42Justice HillRBBALEarly 2024 3rd
142WR53Jahan DotsonWRWASEarly 2024 3rd
143TE20Juwan JohnsonTENOEarly 2024 3rd
144TE21Isaiah LikelyTEBALEarly 2024 3rd
145TE22Darren WallerTENYGEarly 2024 3rd
146RB43Keaton MitchellRBBALHopefully Mitchell can return healthy and be electric, but we've seen other productive UDFA RBs fall by the wayside after major injuries.Early 2024 3rd
147RB44Chuba HubbardRBCARHubbard overtook Sanders for the lead role in CAR down the stretch, but CAR's offense could look very different in 2024.Early 2024 3rd
148RB45Ty ChandlerRBMINEarly 2024 3rd
149RB46Zack MossRBINDEarly 2024 3rd
150RB47Tyler AllgeierRBATLEarly 2024 3rd
151RB48Kenneth GainwellRBPHIMid 2024 3rd
152RB49Jamaal WilliamsRBNOMid 2024 3rd
153WR54Noah BrownWRHOUBrown showed high weekly ceiling when one or both of Collins and Dell missed time in 2023. He's a solid bench stash in dynasty.Mid 2024 3rd
154WR55Wan'Dale RobinsonWRNYGMid 2024 3rd
155WR56Jalin HyattWRNYGMid 2024 3rd
156WR57Quentin JohnstonWRLACThere's little optimism that Johnston will succeed in the NFL after an awful rookie year, but there's some upside given his draft capital.Mid 2024 3rd
157WR58Demario DouglasWRNEMid 2024 3rd
158WR59Rashid ShaheedWRNOMid 2024 3rd
159WR60Jerry JeudyWRDENMid 2024 3rd
160WR61Marvin MimsWRDENMid 2024 3rd
161RB50Rico DowdleRBDALMid 2024 3rd
162RB51Jaleel McLaughlinRBDENMid 2024 3rd
163RB52Tank BigsbyRBJACMid 2024 3rd
164RB53Antonio GibsonRBWASMid 2024 3rd
165TE23Chigoziem OkonkwoTETENMid 2024 3rd
166TE24Gerald EverettTELACMid 2024 3rd
167WR62Kadarius ToneyWRKCMid 2024 3rd
168WR63Skyy MooreWRKCMid 2024 3rd
169WR64Treylon BurksWRTENMid 2024 3rd
170WR65Rashod BatemanWRBALMid 2024 3rd
171WR66Curtis SamuelWRWASMid 2024 3rd
172WR67Khalil ShakirWRBUFMid 2024 3rd
173RB54Alexander MattisonRBMINMid 2024 3rd
174RB55AJ DillonRBGBMid 2024 3rd
175RB56Kareem HuntRBCLEMid 2024 3rd
176WR68Michael WilsonWRARIMid 2024 3rd
177WR69Michael ThomasWRNOMid 2024 3rd
178WR70Michael GallupWRDALMid 2024 3rd
179WR71Zay JonesWRJACMid 2024 3rd
180RB57Ezekiel ElliottRBNEMid 2024 3rd
181RB58Miles SandersRBCARMid 2024 3rd
182RB59Elijah MitchellRBSFMid 2024 3rd
183RB60Jordan MasonRBSFMid 2024 3rd
184WR72Josh PalmerWRLACLate 2024 3rd
185WR73Jonathan MingoWRCARLate 2024 3rd
186RB61Jeff Wilson Jr.RBMIALate 2024 3rd
187RB62Pierre StrongRBCLELate 2024 3rd
188RB63Isaiah SpillerRBLACLate 2024 3rd
189RB64Joshua KelleyRBLACLate 2024 3rd
190WR74Odell BeckhamWRBALLate 2024 3rd
191WR75DJ CharkWRCARLate 2024 3rd
192TE25Taysom HillTENOLate 2024 3rd
193TE26Hunter HenryTENELate 2024 3rd
194TE27Logan ThomasTEWASLate 2024 3rd
195RB65JK DobbinsRBBALLate 2024 3rd
196TE28Cade OttonTETBLate 2024 3rd
197TE29Greg DulcichTEDENLate 2024 3rd
198RB66Chris RodriguezRBWASLate 2024 3rd
199WR76Darius SlaytonWRNYGLate 2024 3rd
200WR77Tyler BoydWRCINLate 2024 3rd

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