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2023 Superflex Dynasty Rankings: Post-NFL Draft

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 Anthony Richardson, Bryce Young, and C.J. Stroud are all expected to be early first-round rookie picks in superflex after being 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 training camps begin!

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Superflex Dynasty Rankings

Last updated on Monday, May 1st.

RankPos RkPlayerPosTeamCommentsDraft Pick Value
1QB1Patrick MahomesQBKC
2QB2Josh AllenQBBUF
3QB3Jalen HurtsQBPHI
4QB4Lamar JacksonQBBALJackson should excel with Beckham and Flowers under Monken, but either way, his rushing production keeps him a strong QB1.
5QB5Joe BurrowQBCIN
6QB6Justin FieldsQBCHI
7WR1Justin JeffersonWRMIN
8WR2Ja'Marr ChaseWRCIN
9QB7Anthony RichardsonQBINDRichardson might be the most athletic QB in the history of the NFL. He's immediately a top-12 fantasy QB with top-5 upside.Rookie 1.01
10RB1Bijan RobinsonRBATLRobinson has elite RB1 potential as a workhorse in Arthur Smith's efficient run scheme if Ridder can be even an average QB.Rookie 1.02
11QB8Justin HerbertQBLACHerbert has a high ceiling Kellen Moore and the addition of Quentin Johnston to bolster an aging WR corps.
12QB9Trevor LawrenceQBJAX
13RB2Breece HallRBNYJHall was electric in 7 games as a rookie, and that was with Flacco and Wilson. He should have more red-zone looks with Rodgers.
14RB3Jonathan TaylorRBIND
15QB10Deshaun WatsonQBCLE
16QB11Trey LanceQBSF
17QB12Tua TagovailoaQBMIA
19WR4Jaylen WaddleWRMIA
20WR5CeeDee LambWRDAL
21WR6Garrett WilsonWRNYJWilson should excel with Rodgers in 2023, but his fantasy ceiling was already priced into his dynasty value. He stays at WR6.
22QB13Dak PrescottQBDAL
23QB14Kyler MurrayQBARIWith ARI potentially holding the No. 1 and No. 2 overall picks for the 2024 NFL Draft, Murray might be on the move next year.
24QB15Bryce YoungQBCARThe size concerns will linger, but outside of that, Young's profile gives him a fairly safe floor as a serviceable QB2 in fantasy.Rookie 1.03
25QB16CJ StroudQBHOUThe biggest concern is whether Stroud can succeed in a dysfunctional HOU organization. That and whether he'll run more in the NFL.Rookie 1.04
26RB4Christian McCaffreyRBSF
27RB5Saquon BarkleyRBNYGBarkley hasn't signed his franchise tag yet, so there's some risk of a holdout. This is a situation to monitor.
28WR7Amon-Ra St. BrownWRDET
29WR8Chris OlaveWRNO
30WR9Drake LondonWRATL
31RB6Travis EtienneRBJAX
32WR10DeVonta SmithWRPHI
33WR11Tee HigginsWRCIN
34WR12Deebo SamuelWRSF
35WR13DK MetcalfWRSEA
36RB7Austin EkelerRBLACWith the NFL Draft having passed without a trade, Ekeler seems in line for another RB1 season with LAC as of now.
37RB8Josh JacobsRBLVRJacobs hasn't signed his franchise tag yet, so there's some risk of a holdout. This is a situation to monitor.
38TE1Mark AndrewsTEBAL
39TE2Travis KelceTEKC
40RB9Jahmyr GibbsRBDETMontgomery will vulture some TDs, but Gibbs can be a strong RB2 with RB1 upside with projected receiving usage.Rookie 1.05
41WR14Stefon DiggsWRBUF
42WR15Tyreek HillWRMIA
43WR16Jaxon Smith-NjigbaWRSEAJSN's ceiling may be capped as a rookie, but SEA will likely move on from Lockett after 2023, so JSN has plenty of long-term upside.Rookie 1.06
44WR17Zay FlowersWRBALMany dislike the landing spot, but Flowers has a chance to win the No. 1 WR role in an aggressive Todd Monken-led passing attack.Rookie 1.07
45WR18Davante AdamsWRLVR
46WR19Cooper KuppWRLAR
47WR20Marquise BrownWRARIStill in his prime at age 26, Brown was WR7 in PPR PPG from Weeks 1-6 without Hopkins, and Hopkins is expected to be traded.
48TE3Kyle PittsTEATL
49TE4George KittleTESF
50QB17Daniel JonesQBNYG
51QB18Kirk CousinsQBMIN
52RB10Najee HarrisRBPIT
53RB11Tony PollardRBDAL
54RB12Rhamondre StevensonRBNE
55RB13Kenneth WalkerRBSEAAdding Charbonnet in Rd 2 clearly signals that SEA intends to utilize a committee backfield, which limits Walker's fantasy ceiling.
56TE5Dallas GoedertTEPHI
57TE6TJ HockensonTEMIN
58TE7Dalton KincaidTEBUFTrading up to secure Kincaid means BUF has an impact role in mind for Kincaid. Just remember that TEs usually take a couple of years.Rookie 1.08
59QB19Kenny PickettQBPITThe trade up for Broderick Jones to upgrade the OL will hopefully give Pickett a chance to develop heading into Year 2.
61WR22Chris GodwinWRTB
62WR23Terry McLaurinWRWAS
63WR24Diontae JohnsonWRPIT
64WR25Michael PittmanWRIND
65QB20Geno SmithQBSEASEA passing on a rookie QB in Round 1 and adding JSN gives Smith a fair fantasy floor and ceiling for 2023.
66QB21Jared GoffQBDETGoff should hold off Hooker for the starting job for at least 2023, and the addition of Gibbs and LaPorta gives Goff top-12 upside.
67RB14Nick ChubbRBCLE
68RB15JK DobbinsRBBAL
69WR26Amari CooperWRCLE
70WR27Treylon BurksWRTEN
71WR28Jerry JeudyWRDEN
72WR29Mike EvansWRTB
73QB22Will LevisQBTENLevis may not have 1st round draft capital, but TEN trading up in Round 2 suggests that Levis could play a bit even as a rookie.Rookie 1.09
74WR30Quentin JohnstonWRLACIf Johnston can develop and become more consistent, he has the size to be a No. 1 WR, but he's just a role player for now.Rookie 1.10
75WR31Jordan AddisonWRMINIt's hard to project consistent targets and production for Addison alongside Jefferson and Hockenson, but he can have some big games.Rookie 1.11
76WR32Jameson WilliamsWRDETWilliams is only facing a 6-game suspension, but further time off from real game action only hinders his potential development.
77RB16Joe MixonRBCIN
78RB17Dalvin CookRBMIN
79RB18Devon AchaneRBMIAWith defenses occupied by Hill and Waddle, Achane will have opportunities to break big plays with his own speed even without a workhorse role.Rookie 1.12
80QB23Mac JonesQBNE
81QB24Derek CarrQBNO
82QB25Russell WilsonQBDEN
83RB19Isiah PachecoRBKC
84RB20D'Andre SwiftRBPHISwift joins a top offense, but he could still lose some touches and goal-line work to Penny. Whichever RB can stay healthy will benefit.
85WR33Rashee RiceWRKCThe latest in a slew of Rd 2 WRs for KC, Rice is a fair athlete with YAC skills and an opportunity to carve out a role on the best offense in the NFL.Rookie 2.01
86WR34Brandon AiyukWRSF
87WR35Christian WatsonWRGBWatson showed his raw athleticism as a rookie, but he's still a WIP, and it's unknown how well Love will run this offense.
88WR36Jahan DotsonWRWAS
89WR37Courtland SuttonWRDEN
90WR38DeAndre 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.
91RB21Cam AkersRBLAR
92RB22Dameon PierceRBHOU
93RB23AJ DillonRBGB
94RB24Aaron JonesRBGBJones figures to split work with Dillon with questions about overall offensive efficiency with Rodgers gone.
95RB25Derrick HenryRBTEN
96RB26James CookRBBUF
97RB27Javonte WilliamsRBDEN
98WR39Calvin RidleyWRJAX
99WR40Christian KirkWRJAX
100WR41Kadarius ToneyWRKC
101WR42Jakobi MeyersWRLVR
102WR43George PickensWRPIT
103TE8Pat FreiermuthTEPIT
104TE9Darren WallerTENYG
105TE10Dalton SchultzTEHOU
106QB26Brock PurdyQBSF
107QB27Desmond RidderQBATLWith a lot of talented skill position players around him, Ridder will have the entire 2023 season to prove if he can be ATL's long-term QB.
108QB28Jordan LoveQBGBWith Rodgers gone, Love will finally have a chance to show what he can do heading into 2023.
109QB29Sam HowellQBWASLike Ridder and Love, Howell will have the 2023 season to prove to WAS's new ownership that he deserves to be the long-term starter.
110QB30Hendon HookerQBDETGoff is likely to start for all of 2023, but depending on how the season goes, Hooker could step into an offense loaded with offensive talent.Rookie 2.02
111RB28Khalil HerbertRBCHI
112WR44Brandin CooksWRDAL
113RB29Zach CharbonnetRBSEAIt's likely to be a committee with Walker, but Charbonnet could still see a valuable receiving role for fantasy purposes.Rookie 2.03
114QB31Aaron RodgersQBNYJRodgers has good surrounding talent on offense in NY, but he's still a short-term answer at QB in dynasty on the cusp of retirement.
115QB32Jimmy GaroppoloQBLVRLVR having passed on a rookie QB in Round 1 gives Garoppolo job security for 2023 as a useable QB2 option in fantasy.
116RB30Damien HarrisRBBUF
117RB31Miles SandersRBCARBoth CAR and ARI declined to add RB help in the draft, so Sanders and Conner are projected for heavy workloads as of now.
118RB32James ConnerRBARI
119TE11Sam LaPortaTEDETLaPorta is a solid pass-catcher but lacks size and speed. Target volume is questionable with ARSB, Gibbs, and Williams in DET.Rookie 2.04
120TE12Michael MayerTELVRMayer can be a good possession receiver and red-zone threat but probably won't have the same kind of yardage Waller saw when healthy.Rookie 2.05
121RB33Alvin KamaraRBNO
122RB34Rachaad WhiteRBTB
123RB35Rashaad PennyRBPHIPenny was never projected to see a big passing-down role even prior to the Swift trade. Penny's a sneaky buy low if he can get GL work.
124WR45Keenan AllenWRLAC
125WR46Rashod BatemanWRBALWith the addition of Beckham and Flowers, BAL is suddenly a crowded passing attack, and Bateman could be the odd man out.
126WR47Tyler LockettWRSEA
127WR48Mike WilliamsWRLAC
128TE13David NjokuTECLE
129TE14Evan EngramTEJAX
130TE15Greg DulcichTEDEN
131WR49Marvin MimsWRDENMims has excellent speed to stretch the field and could see immediate target opportunity if DEN were to trade Jeudy or Sutton.Rookie 2.06
132WR50Jonathan MingoWRCARCAR reached in Rd 2 for Mingo as one of the few WRs in this class with size. He can contribute as a rookie, but fantasy upside is iffy.Rookie 2.07
133RB36Samaje PerineRBDENPerine could have a big role if Javonte Williams isn't ready or 100% by Week 1 with DEN not having added any RBs in the draft.
134RB37Jamaal WilliamsRBNO
135RB38Alexander MattisonRBMINThere are rumors that MIN could release Cook in June, so Mattison could be a buy-low depending on what the Vikings decide.
136RB39David MontgomeryRBDETMontgomery can be a flex option with some some goal-line work like Williams saw last year with added upside if Gibbs were to miss time.
137QB33Matthew StaffordQBLAR
138QB34Ryan TannehillQBTENTEN seems set on replacing Tannehill. He could still have some use in 2023, but he'll be on a short leash with Levis waiting in the wings.
139RB40Tyjae SpearsRBTENSpears having no ACL or cartilage in one knee is a big red flag long-term, but TEN could trade Henry, giving Spears short-term upside.Rookie 2.08
140RB41Tank BigsbyRBJAXJAX has been looking for a complement for Etienne since they traded James Robinson, and Bigsby could be the goal-line back.Rookie 2.09
141RB42Kendre MillerRBNOMiller lacks speed, but he's one-cut runner with good vision and could have some upside early in the year while Kamara is suspended.Rookie 2.10
142RB43Antonio GibsonRBWAS
143TE16Cole KmetTECHI
144TE17Luke MusgraveTEGBMusgrave can earn targets with his athleticism and route-running in this GB offense devoid of pass-catching playmakers outside of Watson.Rookie 2.11
145WR51Jayden ReedWRGBLike Musgrave, Reed will have an opportunity to earn targets in GB, but overall offensive efficiency with Love is yet to be seen.Rookie 2.12
146QB35Kyle TraskQBTBWith TB having passed on a Round 1 rookie QB, Trask can battle Mayfield for the starting job to show what he can do in 2023.
147WR52Skyy MooreWRKC
148WR53Odell BeckhamWRBALBeckham is a better real-life signing for BAL than for fantasy. At 30 years old, he's likely just a fantasy WR3 with WR2 upside.
149WR54Allen LazardWRNYJWith Aaron Rodgers officially in NYJ, Lazard can be a boom-or-bust WR3 as the No. 2 WR behind Garrett Wilson.
150RB44D'Onta ForemanRBCHI
151RB45Brian RobinsonRBWAS
152RB46Leonard FournetteRBFA
153RB47Ezekiel ElliottRBFA
154WR55Gabriel DavisWRBUF
155WR56Khalil ShakirWRBUF
156RB48Zach EvansRBLAREvans lacks top-end speed but has enough burst to be a complementary back and fill the old Sony Michel role for LAR.Rookie 3.01
157TE18Juwan JohnsonTENOWith NO having traded Trautman to DEN, Johnson could seize the starting TE role and see significant target share in 2023.
158TE19Luke SchoonmakerTEDALSchoonmaker is more of a blocker, but he does have some speed to threaten downfield and opportunity with Schultz gone.Rookie 3.02
159RB49Jerome FordRBCLE
160RB50Elijah MitchellRBSF
161RB51Gus EdwardsRBBAL
162WR57Isaiah HodginsWRNYG
163WR58Darnell MooneyWRCHI
164RB52Tyler AllgeierRBATLThe draft capital spent on Bijan relegates Allgeier to a backup or complementary role, at best.
165QB36Stetson BennettQBLARBennett is a backup-caliber QB, but depending on Stafford's back, Bennett could have immediate opportunity in a Sean McVay offense.Rookie 3.03
166WR59Rondale MooreWRARI
167WR60Alec PierceWRIND
168WR61Adam ThielenWRCAR
169WR62DJ CharkWRCAR
170WR63Donovan Peoples-JonesWRCLE
171WR64Elijah MooreWRCLE
172TE20Trey McBrideTEARI
173TE21Jelani WoodsTEIND
174WR65Michael ThomasWRNO
175WR66Robert WoodsWRHOU
176WR67JuJu Smith-SchusterWRNE
177RB53Sean TuckerRBTBA medical concern caused Tucker to go undrafted, but he's supposedly been cleared and could battle White for the lead role in TB.Rookie 3.04
178RB54Israel AbanikandaRBNYJAbanikanda has upside if Hall were to miss time in 2023 if he can win the No. 2 RB job over Knight and Carter.Rookie 3.05
179RB55Jeff Wilson Jr.RBMIAThe addition of Achane means that one of Wilson or Mostert will be the odd man out, though the other will have a complementary role.
180RB56Raheem MostertRBMIA
181RB57Devin SingletaryRBHOU
182WR68Jalin HyattWRNYGHyatt is the newest addition to NYG's crowded WR depth chart, but he could carve out a role given his 3rd round draft capital.Rookie 3.06
183WR69Wan'Dale RobinsonWRNYG
184WR70Zay JonesWRJAX
185WR71Romeo DoubsWRGB
186WR72Josh DownsWRINDDowns has the explosiveness to create big plays, but he's unlikely to be a consistent fantasy producer alongside Pittman and Pierce.Rookie 3.07
187WR73Nathaniel DellWRHOUDell lacks the size to be more than a complementary piece at the NFL level, but there's opportunity for targets in HOU's barren WR room.Rookie 3.08
188WR74Kayshon BoutteWRNEDespite a disappointing final year at LSU, Boutte is still a YAC playmaker who could end up leading NE in targets given their lacking WR room.Rookie 3.09
189RB58DeWayne McBrideRBMINMcBride could see an immediate role alongside Mattison if/when MIN were to move on from Dalvin Cook in June.Rookie 3.10
190WR75Hunter RenfrowWRLVR
191WR76Tyler BoydWRCIN
192WR77Curtis SamuelWRWAS
193TE22Gerald EverettTELAC
194QB37Sam DarnoldQBSF
195QB38Malik WillisQBTENWillis looked awful as a passer in limited action, but he still has an outside shot to beat out Levis if/when TEN moves on from Tannehill.
196TE23Chigoziem OkonkwoTETEN
197TE24Tyler HigbeeTELAR
198WR78Michael WilsonWRARIWilson has decent size and speed to see some targets if/when ARI moves on from DeAndre Hopkins prior to the 2023 season.Rookie 3.11
199RB59Kenneth GainwellRBPHI
200TE25Darnell WashingtonTEPITTarget volume will be a concern, but Washington could eat into Freiermuth's red-zone looks and have weekly TD upside.Rookie 3.12

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