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.
The end is near. If he can stave off Hyde for one more season, he'll be a great short-term rental.
Showed enough talent to earn a roster spot last year and merits watching. If you have Ball, I strongly recommend grabbing Anderson as a hedge in case this breaks in an unexpected direction.
Inconsistent runner and made out of glass. He'll wow you on occasion, but seems really unlikely to become the long term answer. All the same, his value will spike if he shows enough flashes to make people think he's the successor to Charles.
Could be a strong one year PPR depth play if they get him involved frequently enough.
Ancient and mired in a likely RBBC. It's a shame because he was one of the best backs of his generation.
Sankey will be given every chance to succeed, but if he fails then Greene could pick up the leftovers and give you boring RB2-RB3 numbers.
An intriguing handcuff due to Foster's suspect durability. He's an injury away from being an every week starter. However, he's made out of glass in his own right.
Intriguing for a UDFA. The situation is muddy with Tate and West ahead of him. Still a decent end of roster stash just to see if he can flash some talent.
Didn't take his chance in 2012 and now he's an afterthought. Maybe he can revive his career elsewhere and become a useful cog for a couple years.
Not my favorite prospect. Lacks size and speed, but the 4th round pick could be next in line if/when Forte falters.