Dynasty Rankings Updates (2/19/24) – Skyy Moore, Kenny Pickett, Tony Pollard

Trashman gives his thoughts on this week’s player movement in the RosterWatch Dynasty Top 250 startup rankings. This week, he highlights Skyy Moore, Kenny Pickett, and Tony Pollard. Get access to the full dynasty Top 250 with a PRO membership at RosterWatch.com

Skyy Moore, Chiefs
Age: 24
Movement: Falling
Previous Rank: 225
Updated Rank: 239
Moore didn’t garner a single target in the Super Bowl, marking another unimpressive end to the season for the 2 year pro. He now has back to back seasons of 250 and 244 yards, and his arrow is pointing anywhere but up. It’s hard to imagine that he can’t find his footing on a team starving for wideout help, but that’s the reality of the situation. I wouldn’t be surprised if he didn’t make the 53 man roster in 2024 for the Chiefs.

Kenny Pickett, Steelers
Age: 25
Movement: watching
Previous Rank: N/A
Updated Rank: 250
Ok, so Pickett hasn’t technically moved since our major overhaul of the dynasty 250, but he’s now on the precipice of dropping off the list entirely based on recent news involving the Bears’ Justin Fields. Chicago is rumored to take a QB with the first pick of the NFL draft, likely sending Fields to another team in the process. Pittsburgh is a popular landing spot in the minds of many, as HC Mike Tomlin is a big fan of Fields’ play, leaving Pickett in the lurch. The 2nd year signal caller has been lackluster at best under center for the Steelers, so it wouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone with two eyes. Chances of him finding a starting job somewhere else would be minimal.

Tony Pollard, Free Agent
Age: 27
Movement: Falling
Previous Rank: 76
Updated Rank: 82
I have to eat crow on this one, as I thought Pollard would have a breakthrough year as the Cowboys primary back. He did manage to top 1,000 yards, with 6 TDs, but this was a regression, as Pollard gained more yards and had 3 more TDs in the previous year as a backup to Zeke Elliott – He had 60 fewer attempts that year too. Both Rico Dowdle and rookie Deuce Vaughn showed more pop between the tackles than Pollard at most times, leading me to believe that Pollard would be of better service as a complementary back. He’s a free agent, and Dallas could re-sign him, but it seems like Pollard is heading towards a fantasy slump in 2024.

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