2014 Dynasty League Rankings
Updated Tuesday, August 5, 2014
My Dynasty rankings are predicated on a three year window. To project six seasons long term is unrealistic and not feasible considering the flux of free agency and the injury impact of the NFL. Along with different Dynasty league formatting. I factor individual talent, supporting cast, system, injury history/character concerns, and perceived value in the eyes of Dynasty players.
A bit of a projection because the stats to date don't justify this ranking, but there's nobody I'd rather have.
Great combination of longevity and upside.
Still rough around the edges as a passer, but he does a lot of damage with his legs.
Elite passer should have some good years left.
Not the most efficient QB. He has great weapons at his disposal though and typically passes a lot.
Dominant in 2013 once he took over. Was that an aberration or a sign of things to come? This ranking is a compromise between those two outcomes.
Looking to bounce back after a huge sophomore slump. He's a good passer, but his running ability is what made him special. I don't know if that style is sustainable for him.
Just an average passer, but he compensates with his running ability. Should fare better in 2014 with Crabtree back and Stevie Johnson in the mix.
Nice efficiency stats. Value held in check by conservative run-first offense. You have to hope that they lean on him more in future seasons.
The ideal short-term play due to his almost unrivaled ppg potential. Won't be around for much longer though.
Solid, but nothing special. Getting Julio back should help him a little bit.
It seems like his best days are behind him and he's regressing back to mediocrity.
An underrated player who has put together a very solid career. Not a front-line QB1, but a decent candidate if you want a cheap solution who will keep you in games.
Has top 8-12 potential if his back doesn't give him any problems. Not young anymore though.
Inconsistent and injury prone. Should still be a solid fringe QB1 when healthy. Benefits from the Marshall/Jeffery duo.
Similar to Rivers and Romo. A cheap solution with decent, but not great upside.
Good chance to develop into a solid starter. Not sure if the elite upside is there, but maybe.
Running ability will be restricted in the NFL and he's not built to take the beating. Could be dynamic in spurts. I seem him as a Jeff Garcia type.
Worth a shot here. Profiles as more of a game manager than real dynamic talent.
Rocky start to his NFL career so far. Talented passer though and may yet pan out.
I doubt he'll ever rise above the Flacco/Palmer level.
Just a mediocre player. He has great weapons, but at the end of the day he's not good enough.
Really just a backup FF QB at this point.
May be a little underrated given how high he went in the draft and that he's still developing. On the other hand, nothing about him really screams greatness. Worth a shot as a high-upside backup.
Horrendous in 2013. May return to a useful level, but basically just a lesser version of a Rivers/Roethlisberger type.