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Dynasty Rankings Updates: 3/10/23 – Dalton Schultz, Chris Olave, Trey Lance

Dynasty Rankings Update: 3/10/23

Dalton Schultz
Age: 27
Movement: Falling
Previous Rank: 99
Updated Rank: 117
The Cowboys franchised Tony Pollard on Monday, meaning that they have declined to do so for Schultz, who was the other candidate to be franchised. It seems that Schultz’s days in Dallas are numbered, as the Cowboys have Peyton Hendershot and Jake Ferguson on the roster, both of whom are capable TEs. Schultz was a perennial safety blanket and end-zone target for Dak Prescott in one of the league’s best offenses, and it’s unlikely he improves his lot on the open market.

Chris Olave
Age: 23
Movement: Rising
Previous Rank: 31
Updated Rank: 29
I am by no means a Derek Carr apologist, but he’ll be a marked improvement over Andy Dalton as a Saint. Olave is a shoe-in to improve on his stellar rookie season in which he posted a 72/1,042/4 line in 15 games. It’s unknown who else will accompany him on the WR corps, both Jarvis Landry and Michael Thomas could find new homes this off season, but our favorite rookie receiving prospect last season is poised to become a star in 2023.

Trey Lance
Age: 23
Movement: Rising
Previous Rank: 105
Updated Rank: 92
Things were looking pretty bleak for Lance in 2023, playing only 2 games in 2022 while Brock Purdy had a coming out party of epic proportions. That is until Purdy injured his arm in the NFC Championship, a mishap that required surgery that we recently found will keep Purdy from being cleared until September. That puts Lance in place to start the 2023 season under center for the 49ers, a slim possibility until the injury. Lance will have to keep up the 49ers’ winning ways to keep the job, but his outlook looks considerably better for the upcoming season.


  1. How are you guys feeling about Bateman in dynasty? Not sure if I should hold or sell.

    He’s such a tough one to figure out, because I was over the moon for him as a prospect, but he’s been so underwhelming so far.

    I’d like to double down in the first round this year and am thinking of offering Bateman and the 1.03 for 1.04 and 1.09. This is for a 12 team PPR SF league.

    QB: Herbert, Murray, Howell, Trask

    WR: AJB, Wilson, Pittman, London, Dotson, Burks, Pierce, Doubs, Hodgins, Bateman

    RB: Walker, Etienne, White, J. Cook, Strong

    TE: Dulcich, Bellinger, Woods

    1. It’s a pretty damn fair trade on paper, but my main question is — why are you looking to double down in RD1 of this year’s rookie draft? It’s a minefield. Are you planning to come out of it with one more QB? IF so, that makes a little more sense to me.

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