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Top 150 Fantasy Football Dynasty Rankings for 2019 [Updated!]

Nailing a startup draft could mean dominant seasons for the next three to four years if done right. It can also eliminate the need to solve many early problems on your roster and provide your squad with the requisite depth to be flexible when necessary. Rebuilding is an arduous task that is best avoided outside of the cases where an orphan team receives a new GM. Let’s bypass that together and draft a winning dynasty team from the get-go. Below I break down the tiers of my Top 150 fantasy football dynasty rankings. They’re ranked based on a start-up league, but they’ll help you regardless of the age of your league.

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Breaking Down in Tiers

Building Blocks (1-13)

The players in this group are young, extremely productive, and locked into the voluminous roles necessary to provide consistent top-end production. While there are holes to be poked in every player’s profile, the guys in this range are likely to see their trade values increase this season and into the future. Each provides a distinct and substantial value above replacement players at their positions and should ideally only be moved in deals that secure two or more star players. You can’t go wrong in the first round of a dynasty league.

Star Players (14-30)

Players just outside of the top tier hold similar upside to the guys grouped above them. The only difference between the two groups is that many of the players in this tier have the question of age, roster/role stability, or positional importance to worry about. In the cases of Todd Gurley, Dalvin Cook, and Leonard Fournette injury plays a major role in their rankings. Top 15 upside – or better is the minimum expectation for the players in this tier and that should be kept in mind when engaged in trade negotiations for these guys.

Upside Incarnate (31-62)

If your intention is to build a team just on the consideration of undervalued boom potential you could accomplish that goal by only drafting the players that make up this group. Pat Mahomes is the near unchallenged QB1 with a top-three finish seen as a probable floor. Tyler Boyd, Cooper Kupp, Chris Godwin, and Calvin Ridley are some of the hottest dynasty buys around. While Josh Jacobs, Aaron Jones, and Kerryon Johnson have their fair share of question marks (specifically offense, volume, and both respectively) a finish as a top-10 RB is squarely within their probable range of outcomes. If you wonder why so many analysts and pundits advocate for trading down in startup drafts this tier is why. Get as many of these guys as possible and don’t be afraid to swap a round one or two pick for several picks in this range.

Questions Start to Emerge (63-100)

A distinct tier drop-off takes place between this tier and the one above. While the quarterbacks available in this group have top-five upside, the rest of the positions are a notch below their compatriots. Tevin Coleman, Rashaad Penny, and Kareem Hunt offer starter-level talent at their positions, but only Coleman has a real shot at starting duties come Week 1. While the other two aren’t bad picks, things change quickly at the running back position and the specter of the 2020 class looms large. Corey Davis, N’Keal Harry, and Jarvis Landry are dynasty assets in tenuous situations. Landry’s contract is an albatross, Davis will have more target competition than he’s seen in his career (with a subpar QB) this season, and the return of Josh Gordon and emergence of Jakobi Meyers limit his upside. This isn’t to say that these players don’t hold value – they most certainly do – but the risks are apparent. As a result, these guys should fill out the already safe and stable roster compiled from groups above them. David Montgomery is the pick of this group to rise rapidly with strong performances this season.

Best of the Rest (101-150)

There are certainly more fantasy-relevant players than just the top 150 but this group is comprised of players who’ve flashed already or have a major opportunity to do so this season. Curtis Samuel and James White may surprise some in this tier, but the supporting casts on those offenses will have them battling for the volume needed to be truly fantasy relevant. Royce Freeman could steal a starting role if Phillip Lindsay misses time as well – but the theme of uncertainty is an obvious one. Fill out the early bench of your teams with players in this group and though not all will pay off, many will be more valuable next year than this one. As forethought should be at the forefront of every dynasty GM’s mind buying the situations/talent of these players without everything nicely lined up for them is a way to fall into exponential value increases.

Etan’s Dynasty Rankings by Position: QB | RB | WR | TE

Full Top 150 Fantasy Football Dynasty Rankings

To search for a specific player just start typing their first or last name in the search box. You can also just view a single position by typing it in. For example typing in RB will display just the running backs. Of course, if a player happens to have a TE in their name they will also display. If all else fails you can sort any of the columns by clicking on the arrow in the header column. Have fun.

1Saquon BarkleyNYGRB111
2Christian McCaffreyCARRB27
3Alvin KamaraNORB49
4DeAndre HopkinsHOUWR110
5Davante AdamsGBWR411
6JuJu Smith-SchusterPITWR57
7Tyreek HillKCWR3412
8Ezekiel ElliottDALRB38
9Odell Beckham Jr.CLEWR27
10Michael ThomasNOWR39
11Joe MixonCINRB59
12Mike EvansTBWR67
13Nick ChubbCLERB87
14Amari CooperDALWR88
15Keenan AllenLACWR1012
16James ConnerPITRB127
17Todd GurleyLARRB69
18Stefon DiggsMINWR1112
19Le'Veon BellNYJRB114
20Melvin GordonLACRB712
21Julio JonesATLWR79
22Travis KelceKCTE112
23Dalvin CookMINRB912
24David JohnsonARIRB1012
25George KittleSFTE24
26Antonio BrownOAKWR96
27Kenny GolladayDETWR135
28Adam ThielenMINWR1612
29Brandin CooksLARWR149
30Leonard FournetteJACRB1710
31Josh JacobsOAKRB216
32Aaron JonesGBRB1411
33Kerryon JohnsonDETRB165
34T.Y. HiltonINDWR156
35Tyler LockettSEAWR3511
36Tyler BoydCINWR289
37Cooper KuppLARWR209
38Zach ErtzPHITE310
39Robert WoodsLARWR199
40Chris GodwinTBWR227
41Calvin RidleyATLWR219
42D.J. MooreCARWR177
43Allen RobinsonCHIWR236
44Mike WilliamsLACWR2512
45Marlon MackINDRB196
46Sony MichelNERB1310
47O.J. HowardTBTE47
48Phillip LindsayDENRB1810
49Derrick HenryTENRB2011
50Evan EngramNYGTE511
51Derrius GuiceWASRB1510
52Corey DavisTENWR1811
53A.J. GreenCINWR129
54Damien WilliamsKCRB2612
55Will FullerHOUWR2910
56Christian KirkARIWR3112
57Patrick MahomesKCQB112
58Hunter HenryLACTE712
59Courtland SuttonDENWR2710
60Eric EbronINDTE86
61Deshaun WatsonHOUQB410
62Andrew LuckINDQB26
63Devonta FreemanATLRB239
64Sammy WatkinsKCWR2612
65Tevin ColemanSFRB274
66Baker MayfieldCLEQB37
67Aaron RodgersGBQB511
68Dante PettisSFWR334
69Miles SandersPHIRB3110
70N'Keal HarryNEWR3210
71Tarik CohenCHIRB226
72Rashaad PennySEARB2411
73Kareem HuntCLERB257
74David NjokuCLETE67
75Carson WentzPHIQB710
76Cam NewtonCARQB97
77Jared GoffLARQB89
78Kyler MurrayARIQB1812
79Matt RyanATLQB119
80Jameis WinstonTBQB127
81Jarvis LandryCLEWR247
82Russell WilsonSEAQB611
83Julian EdelmanNEWR5210
84Lamar MillerHOURB3610
85Sterling ShepardNYGWR3911
86Lamar JacksonBALQB148
87Robby AndersonNYJWR404
88Mark IngramBALRB288
89Chris CarsonSEARB3011
90David MontgomeryCHIRB336
91Kenyan DrakeMIARB325
92Anthony MillerCHIWR376
93Dak PrescottDALQB158
94Keke CouteeHOUWR4410
95Trey BurtonCHITE106
96Austin HooperATLTE119
97D.K. MetcalfSEAWR3811
98Dede WestbrookJACWR4610
99Noah FantDENTE1410
100Marquez Valdes-ScantlingGBWR5711
101Albert WilsonMIAWR895
102Chase EdmondsARIRB6912
103Mark AndrewsBALTE188
104Willie SneadBALWR988
105Carlos HydeKCRB4612
106Austin EkelerLACRB4512
107Justin JacksonLACRB8212
108Devante ParkerMIAWR615
109Darrell HendersonLARRB499
110Jared CookNOTE159
111Quincy EnunwaNYJWR644
112Sam DarnoldNYJQB174
113Chris Herndon IVNYJTE124
114Jordan ReedWASTE2210
115Trey QuinnWASWR9610
116Matt BreidaSFRB434
117Vance McDonaldPITTE177
118DeSean JacksonPHIWR8310
119J.J. Arcega-WhitesidePHIWR5910
120James WhiteNERB3510
121Parris CampbellINDWR566
122DaeSean HamiltonDENWR5810
123Curtis SamuelCARWR557
124Marquise BrownBALWR488
125Andy IsabellaARIWR7512
126KeeSean JohnsonARIWR11012
127John BrownBUFWR496
128Devin SingletaryBUFRB586
129Mike DavisCHIRB566
130Mitch TrubiskyCHIQB106
131Michael GallupDALWR428
132Rashard HigginsCLEWR1277
133Josh AllenBUFQB236
134Andy DaltonCINQB289
135Royce FreemanDENRB2910
136Damien HarrisNERB3910
137T.J. YeldonBUFRB506
138Robert FosterBUFWR736
139Ian ThomasCARTE267
140John RossCINWR699
141Duke JohnsonCLERB447
142Antonio CallawayCLEWR667
143Emmanuel SandersDENWR6210
144Tim PatrickDENWR14410
145T.J. HockensonDETTE135
146Jimmy GrahamGBTE2511
147Geronimo AllisonGBWR6511
148Nyheim HinesINDRB416
149Mecole HardmanKCWR6312
150Kirk CousinsMINQB1612

This concludes the Top 150 of my Fantasy Football Dynasty Rankings. Leave a comment or reach out on twitter @EtanMozia if you’d like to see a deeper list. Thanks for reading.

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Etan Mozia has been involved with sports as a whole for over two decades and has written about athletics in some capacity since 2005. Focused primarily on the NFL and EPL, Etan has seen his work featured on sites like FantasyPros, Advanced Sports Logic, and FFD260 among others. Currently, his work is housed on FantraxHQ and FantasyPros. An avid lover of dynasty leagues specifically, you can also listen to him on his podcast, The Dynasty Diagnostic (@DynoDiagnostic), as he breaks down rosters and provides pertinent and practical advice for dynasty squads looking to give their team an edge. Follow him on twitter @EtanMozia.

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  1. Bob says

    I think you forgot Jeffery?

  2. Grady Hugunin says

    This list is awesome! Do you have a deeper list available? I am in a half ppr super flex dynasty 12 team startup with 28 rounds. Getting excited!

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