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Superflex Dynasty Rankings: 2023 Offseason 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 2023 rookie class will shake up these superflex dynasty rankings a bit, as CJ Stroud, Bryce Young, Anthony Richardson, and Will Levis are all currently projected to be selected in the first round of 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 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). And be sure to check back for updated superflex dynasty rankings after NFL free agency moves!

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Superflex Dynasty Rankings

Last updated on Wednesday, March 1st.

RankPos RkPlayerPosTeamCommentsDraft Pick Value
1QB1Patrick MahomesQBKC> 1.01
2QB2Josh AllenQBBUF> 1.01
3QB3Jalen HurtsQBPHI> 1.01
4QB4Joe BurrowQBCIN> 1.01
5WR1Justin JeffersonWRMIN~ 1.01
6QB5Lamar JacksonQBFARegardless of whether Jackson will remain in BAL or go elsewhere, his rushing production will keep him a strong QB1.~ 1.01
7QB6Justin FieldsQBCHIFields has the rushing production to be a perennial top-5 fantasy QB, and the sky's the limit if CHI upgrades their OL and WRs.~ 1.01
8QB7Justin HerbertQBLACHopefully LAC will pair the hiring of Kellen Moore with the addition of a downfield threat for Herbert to elevate his ceiling.~ 1.01
9WR2Ja'Marr ChaseWRCIN~ 1.01
10RB1Breece HallRBNYJHall was electric in 7 games as a rookie, and that was with Joe Flacco and Zach Wilson at QB. At 22 y/o, the ACL is a minor concern.~ 1.01
11RB2Jonathan TaylorRBIND~ 1.01
12QB8Kyler MurrayQBARIMurray is undervalued following the ACL tear, but there should be no long-term concerns about his rushing potential.~ 1.01
13QB9Trevor LawrenceQBJAXLawrence grew by leaps and bounds in Year 2 with the coaching change, and he's displayed long-term potential.~ 1.01
14QB10Deshaun WatsonQBCLEWatson struggled in his first few games back, but his prospects remain bullish with Stefanski and strong talent around him.Early 2023 1st
15QB11Trey LanceQBSFSF will add QB depth, but with Purdy's status in question for Week 1, Lance enters 2023 as the de facto starter.Early 2023 1st
16QB12Tua TagovailoaQBMIATua's ceiling is elite with McDaniel, Hill, and Waddle, but the concussion history is a bit worrisome.Early 2023 1st
17RB3Christian McCaffreyRBSFEarly 2023 1st
18RB4Saquon BarkleyRBFABarkley's landing spot will impact his ranking somewhat, but he remains an elite talent and workhorse wherever he's playing.Early 2023 1st
19WR3AJ BrownWRPHIEarly 2023 1st
20WR4Jaylen WaddleWRMIAEarly 2023 1st
21WR5CeeDee LambWRDALEarly 2023 1st
22QB13Dak PrescottQBDALIf DAL uses Prescott more as a runner going forward as they did in the playoffs, he can be a solid QB1 in fantasy.Mid 2023 1st
23QB14Daniel JonesQBFAJones was quietly a top-5 rushing QB by most metrics, and he'll have strong coaching with Daboll if he stays with NYG.Mid 2023 1st
24WR6Garrett WilsonWRNYJMid 2023 1st
25WR7Drake LondonWRATLLondon was hamstrung by poor QB play in 2022, and ATL's pass rate was historically low and can only go up from there.Mid 2023 1st
26WR8Chris OlaveWRNOOlave was in contention for OROY before his injury, and he too could see a QB upgrade this offseason.Mid 2023 1st
27RB5Kenneth WalkerRBSEAMid 2023 1st
28RB6Travis EtienneRBJAXMid 2023 1st
29WR9Deebo SamuelWRSFMid 2023 1st
30WR10Amon-Ra St. BrownWRDETMid 2023 1st
31WR11DeVonta SmithWRPHIMid 2023 1st
32WR12Tee HigginsWRCINMid 2023 1st
33WR13DK MetcalfWRSEAMid 2023 1st
34RB7Josh JacobsRBFAThe hope is that Jacobs will see true workhorse usage as he did in 2022 wherever he lands this offseason.Mid 2023 1st
35RB8Austin EkelerRBLACEkeler is nearing the RB age cliff at 28, but his receiving usage gives him a higher floor and ceiling than other aging RBs.Mid 2023 1st
36TE1Mark AndrewsTEBALMid 2023 1st
37TE2Travis KelceTEKCKelce will continue to be an integral red-zone target, but volume and yardage are concerns for his age 34 season.Mid 2023 1st
38WR14Stefon DiggsWRBUFMid 2023 1st
39WR15Tyreek HillWRMIAMid 2023 1st
40WR16Davante AdamsWRLVRMid 2023 1st
41WR17Marquise BrownWRARIStill in his prime at age 26, Brown was WR7 in PPR PPG from Weeks 1-6 without Hopkins, and Hopkins is due to be traded.Mid 2023 1st
42TE3Kyle PittsTEATLLike London, the hope is that ATL will find a QB upgrade this offseason and potentially pass at a higher rate in 2023.Mid 2023 1st
43TE4George KittleTESFMid 2023 1st
44TE5TJ HockensonTEMINMid 2023 1st
45QB15Kirk CousinsQBMINCousins has been a consistent back-end QB1 in fantasy for multiple seasons and remains perennially undervalued.Late 2023 1st
46WR18Cooper KuppWRLARLate 2023 1st
47WR19Chris GodwinWRTBThere are questions as to how TB's offense will look like with Kyle Trask under center, but Godwin's talent should shine through.Late 2023 1st
48WR20Jameson WilliamsWRDETWilliams could benefit from a QB with better deep ball accuracy if DET adds a rookie via the draft this offseason.Late 2023 1st
49WR21DJ MooreWRCARRegardless of what CAR does at QB this offseason, Moore should be a consistent chain mover and WR2 in PPR.Late 2023 1st
50RB9Najee HarrisRBPITLate 2023 1st
51RB10D'Andre SwiftRBDETIt seems unlikely that Swift will ever be a workhorse, but his dynamic YAC ability as a receiver gives him high weekly upside.Late 2023 1st
52RB11Dalvin CookRBMINLate 2023 1st
53WR22Terry McLaurinWRWASLate 2023 1st
54WR23Diontae JohnsonWRPITLate 2023 1st
55WR24Michael PittmanWRINDWhatever happens, IND's offense can't be quite as bad as it was in 2022. Pittman still has fantasy potential as the no. 1 WR.Late 2023 1st
56RB12Rhamondre StevensonRBNENE figures to continue using a RBBC with Stevenson as the 1A, but Bill O'Brien is a big upgrade at OC over Matt Patricia. Late 2023 1st
57RB13Tony PollardRBFAWhether Pollard remains in DAL or goes elsewhere, he figures to be the 1A with big play ability as a runner and receiver.Late 2023 1st
58RB14Nick ChubbRBCLELate 2023 1st
59RB15Joe MixonRBCINLate 2023 1st
60QB16Russell WilsonQBDENWilson showed flashes late in 2022, and there's hope that Sean Payton can revive a DEN offense that was anemic under Hackett.Late 2023 1st
61QB17Matthew StaffordQBLARWith Sean McVay staying in LA, Stafford can return to QB1 status assuming both he and Kupp are healthy for the start of next season.Late 2023 1st
62WR25Rashod BatemanWRBALWith Greg Roman gone, Bateman could benefit from a more pass-heavy scheme in BAL, though much depends on the QB situation.Late 2023 1st
63WR26Treylon BurksWRTENLate 2023 1st
64WR27Jahan DotsonWRWASLate 2023 1st
65WR28Amari CooperWRCLECooper should remain the target leader in CLE and has top-12 WR potential if Watson can return to form in 2023.Early 2023 2nd
66WR29Mike EvansWRTBLike Godwin, Evans has the talent to be productive even with questions about how Trask will look.Early 2023 2nd
67TE6Dallas GoedertTEPHIEarly 2023 2nd
68QB18Jared GoffQBDETBen Johnson staying as OC gives Goff stability in that offense, and he should be the Week 1 starter even if DET drafts a rookie QB.Early 2023 2nd
69QB19Mac JonesQBNEEarly 2023 2nd
70QB20Kenny PickettQBPITEarly 2023 2nd
71QB21Geno SmithQBFALike Goff, Geno Smith's long-term tenure is in question, but he has a good shot to be the Week 1 starter if he stays with SEA.Early 2023 2nd
72RB16JK DobbinsRBBALEarly 2023 2nd
73RB17Javonte WilliamsRBDENWilliams faces an uphill battle to be ready by Week 1, and he may not be back to 100% for most of 2023 even once he returns.Early 2023 2nd
74RB18Isiah PachecoRBKCKC is likely to add RB depth, but Pacheco flashed as a runner and receiver and has RB2 potential in 2023 and beyond.Early 2023 2nd
75WR30Jerry JeudyWRDENEarly 2023 2nd
76WR31Brandon AiyukWRSFAiyuk has talent, but if he remains in SF, there simply aren't enough targets behind Samuel and Kittle for consistent weekly production.Early 2023 2nd
77WR32Christian WatsonWRGBWatson showed his raw athleticism as a rookie, but he's still a WIP with a question mark at QB depending on Rodgers's decision.Early 2023 2nd
78WR33George PickensWRPITMid 2023 2nd
79WR34Courtland SuttonWRDENMid 2023 2nd
80WR35DeAndre HopkinsWRARIReports are that ARI will trade Hopkins, and at age 31, he's no longer a top-end WR1, but he should see volume wherever he goes.Mid 2023 2nd
81QB22Aaron RodgersQBFAMuch depends on where Rodgers will be playing in 2023, and he could retire soon after his age 40 season.Mid 2023 2nd
82QB23Derek CarrQBFACarr can be a solid QB2 in fantasy no matter where he goes this offseason with some upside if he lands in NYJ.Mid 2023 2nd
83QB24Ryan TannehillQBFAWhether in TEN or elsewhere, Tannehill remains an underrated QB2 who can have some big fantasy games with rushing TDs.Mid 2023 2nd
84RB19Cam AkersRBLARMid 2023 2nd
85RB20Dameon PierceRBHOUMid 2023 2nd
86RB21Aaron JonesRBGBBy staying in GB with a restructured contract, Jones figures to split work with Dillon with questions at QB depending on Rodgers.Mid 2023 2nd
87RB22James CookRBBUFCook saw more work late in the season and has receiving upside, but BUF figures to add RB depth even assuming Singletary is gone.Mid 2023 2nd
88RB23AJ DillonRBGBMid 2023 2nd
89RB24Derrick HenryRBTENPerhaps Henry will prove everyone wrong, but he lost some burst last season and will be 30 years old in 2023.Mid 2023 2nd
90WR36Calvin RidleyWRJAXRidley is a risk/reward prospect after having missed the entire 2022 season. Still, he's only 28 and has shown talent.Mid 2023 2nd
91WR37Christian KirkWRJAXMid 2023 2nd
92WR38Jakobi MeyersWRNEMeyers is an underrated WR who can move the chains, and he has PPR WR2 upside depending on where he signs this offseason.Mid 2023 2nd
93RB25Alvin KamaraRBNOKamara will be 28 years old this season and will likely miss games due to suspension. He's a risky dynasty asset going forward.Mid 2023 2nd
94RB26Khalil HerbertRBCHIHerbert looked to have more burst than Montgomery in 2022 and could see more work in 2023 depending on what CHI does at RB.Mid 2023 2nd
95TE7Pat FreiermuthTEPITMid 2023 2nd
96TE8Dalton SchultzTEFAThe best case scenario for Schultz will be to stay in DAL, but he can be a decent back-end TE1 in PPR wherever he goes.Mid 2023 2nd
97TE9Darren WallerTELVRMid 2023 2nd
98RB27David MontgomeryRBFAWherever Montgomery is playing in 2023, he figures to be part of a committee and will be a TD-dependent RB2, at best.Late 2023 2nd
99RB28James ConnerRBARILike Montgomery, Conner figures to be part of a committee in 2023, whether he remains in ARI or goes elsewhere.Late 2023 2nd
100WR39Kadarius ToneyWRKCToney has incredible upside but must prove he can stay healthy and on the field after a turbulent first two seasons in the league.Late 2023 2nd
101WR40Keenan AllenWRLACAllen can be a contributor even at age 31, but his declining volume and efficiency make him more of a WR2/3 in PPR going forward.Late 2023 2nd
102QB25Malik WillisQBTENWillis looked awful as a passer in limited action, but if TEN were to move on from Tannehill, he still has rushing upside.Late 2023 2nd
103WR41Brandin CooksWRHOUCooks has paths to a rebound in 2023 whether he gets traded to a better offense or if HOU snags a top rookie QB in the draft.Late 2023 2nd
104WR42Tyler LockettWRSEALate 2023 2nd
105WR43Mike WilliamsWRLACLate 2023 2nd
106TE10David NjokuTECLELate 2023 2nd
107TE11Mike GesickiTEMIAGesicki is a dynamic receiver and has speed to threaten downfield if he goes to a team that uses him more in the passing game.Late 2023 2nd
108TE12Evan EngramTEJAXWith JAX franchise-tagging Engram, he showed chemistry with Lawrence but may face more target competition with Ridley returning.Late 2023 2nd
109RB29Rachaad WhiteRBTBWith Fournette's expected release, White should have a large role in 2023, but he figures to share the backfield in an iffy offense.Late 2023 2nd
110RB30Miles SandersRBFAWhether in PHI or elsewhere, Sanders should contribute but projects to be a TD-dependent flex or RB2, at best.Late 2023 2nd
111RB31Leonard FournetteRBFAAt age 28, Fournette is unlikely to be a workhorse wherever he signs but could still produce as a TD-dependent GL option.Late 2023 2nd
112RB32Ezekiel ElliottRBDALMuch is up in the air for both Elliott and Pollard this offseason, but Elliott has slowed down and looks to be more of a flex going forward.Late 2023 2nd
113QB26Kyle TraskQBTBSo far, TB seems content to head into 2023 with Trask as the starter, but it's still early in the offseason.Late 2023 2nd
114QB27Jordan LoveQBGBIf Rodgers were to leave GB, Love currently projects to be the Week 1 starter with some fantasy upside.Late 2023 2nd
115QB28Brock PurdyQBSFPurdy executed well in Shanahan's offense, but his elbow recovery timeline makes it likely that Lance will start come Week 1.Late 2023 2nd
116RB33Tyler AllgeierRBATLLate 2023 2nd
117RB34Antonio GibsonRBWASLate 2023 2nd
118RB35Rashaad PennyRBFAPenny has shown talent and could earn a lead role, but he's likely to be in a committee no matter where he signs.Late 2023 2nd
119RB36Alexander MattisonRBFAMattison could see more work on a new team, but he doesn't project to be a workhorse with a deep FA RB class.Late 2023 2nd
120QB29Sam DarnoldQBFALate 2023 2nd
121QB30Desmond RidderQBATLRidder could be a fantasy QB2 if ATL doesn't add a FA QB or early-round rookie in the draft.Late 2023 2nd
122QB31Sam HowellQBWASWith Wentz officially released, Howell has a chance to start Week 1 depending on what WAS does at QB this offseason.Late 2023 2nd
123RB37D'Onta ForemanRBFAThis tier of RBs can all be good GL options but figure to be TD-dependent playing in committee backfields no matter where they land.
124RB38Damien HarrisRBFA
125RB39Jamaal WilliamsRBFA
126RB40Kareem HuntRBFA
127QB32Jimmy GaroppoloQBFAGaroppolo figures to land a starting QB job somewhere, but he's unlikely to be as exciting in fantasy without Shanahan.
128TE13Greg DulcichTEDEN
129TE14Trey McBrideTEARI
130WR44Romeo DoubsWRGB
131WR45Wan'Dale RobinsonWRNYG
132WR46Skyy MooreWRKC
133RB41Elijah MitchellRBSFMitchell needs to be able to stay healthy, but he can be a TD-dependent RB3 and high upside handcuff to McCaffrey in SF.
134RB42Kenneth GainwellRBPHIEven assuming PHI parts ways with Sanders, it will likely be a RBBC, though Gainwell flashed some explosiveness.
135WR47DJ CharkWRFAThis tier of WRs can all be good downfield threats in complementary roles and produce as boom-or-bust WR3s in fantasy.
136WR48Donovan Peoples-JonesWRCLE
137WR49Isaiah HodginsWRNYG
138WR50Allen LazardWRFA
139RB43Cordarrelle PattersonRBATLWhether he remains in ATL or not, Patterson seemed to slow down last season and will be 32 years old in 2023.
140RB44Brian RobinsonRBWAS
141RB45Zonovan KnightRBNYJ
142RB46Raheem MostertRBFAMostert has home-run speed, but it's unlikely he'll find an offense as good as MIA in free agency and will be a complementary piece.
143RB47Devin SingletaryRBFAAs with Mostert, BUF was a great offense for fantasy production, and Singletary will likely be in a worse spot heading into 2023.
144WR51Khalil ShakirWRBUF
145WR52Darnell MooneyWRCHI
146WR53Rondale MooreWRARI
147WR54Alec PierceWRIND
148WR55Elijah MooreWRNYJ
149WR56Zay JonesWRJAX
150WR57Hunter RenfrowWRLVR
151WR58Tyler BoydWRCIN
152WR59Curtis SamuelWRWAS
153WR60Isaiah McKenzieWRBUF
154TE15Gerald EverettTELAC
155TE16Jelani WoodsTEIND
156TE17Cole KmetTECHI
157TE18Dawson KnoxTEBUF
158WR61Robert WoodsWRFA
159WR62JuJu Smith-SchusterWRFASmith-Schuster can be a contributor for an NFL team, but he's unexciting for fantasy after disappointing even with Mahomes.
160WR63Gabriel DavisWRBUF
161WR64Michael GallupWRDAL
162QB33Matt CorralQBCAR
163QB34Zach WilsonQBNYJIt sounds like the Jets would prefer to explore other options at QB after a disappointing season from Wilson.
164QB35Tyler HuntleyQBBAL
165RB48Gus EdwardsRBBAL
166RB49Dontrell HilliardRBFA
167RB50Samaje PerineRBFA
168RB51Jerick McKinnonRBFAPacheco overtook McKinnon for the lead role late in the year, and it's hard to imagine a better spot than KC for McKinnon next season.
169TE19Chigoziem OkonkwoTETENThis tier of TEs all showed potential in 2022, but a lot depends on what their teams do at receiver and QB this offseason.
170TE20Juwan JohnsonTEFA
171TE21Isaiah LikelyTEBAL
172TE22Tyler HigbeeTELAR
173TE23Cade OttonTETB
174RB52Kyren WilliamsRBLAR
175RB53Chuba HubbardRBCAR
176WR65Josh PalmerWRLAC
177WR66Chase ClaypoolWRCHI
178WR67Terrace MarshallWRCAR
179WR68David BellWRCLE
180WR69Nico CollinsWRHOU
181TE24Noah FantTESEA
182TE25Daniel BellingerTENYG
183TE26Robert TonyanTEGB
184WR70Odell BeckhamWRFA
185WR71Michael ThomasWRFA
186WR72Allen RobinsonWRLAR
187RB54Zamir WhiteRBLVR
188RB55Isaiah SpillerRBLAC
189RB56Pierre StrongRBNE
190RB57Kene NwangwuRBMIN
191RB58Clyde Edwards-HelaireRBKC
192RB59Chris EvansRBCIN
193RB60Jordan MasonRBSF
194RB61Deon JacksonRBIND
195WR73Justyn RossWRKCThese two WRs missed the entire 2022 season, but both showed talent in college and have an outside shot to contribute in 2023.
196WR74John MetchieWRHOU
197QB36Jacoby BrissettQBFABrissett is intriguing only because he could be a good fit as the backup to Lance in SF depending on Purdy's recovery timeline.
198TE27Albert OkwuegbunamTEDEN
199TE28Zach ErtzTEARI
200TE29Logan ThomasTEWAS

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