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Dynasty Rankings Updates (4/17/24): Treylon Burks, Tony Pollard, Justin Herbert

Trashman gives his thoughts on this week’s player movement in the RosterWatch Dynasty Top 250 startup rankings. This week, he highlights Treylon Burks, Tony Pollard and Justin Herbert.

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Dynasty Rankings Update: 4/17/24

Treylon Burks, Titans
Age: 24
Movement: Falling
Previous Rank: 139
Updated Rank: 143
Burks, who ended his 2023 season with a whimper, has his work cut out for him if he wants to break out this season. Titans OC Nick Holz has stated that Burks will “get what he earns”, which means that Burks won’t be prioritized with Calvin Ridley being added to the mix with DeAndre Hopkins. HC Brian Callahan didn’t even include Burks when mentioning potential slot receivers earlier in the week. Things aren’t looking promising for Burks, and his ranking has to reflect that.

Tony Pollard, Titans
Age: 27
Movement: Falling
Previous Rank: 81
Updated Rank: 87
Pollard is coming off a “down” 2023 in Dallas, but he has a new lease on life as a Titan. Unfortunately for him, OC Nick Holz said he sees both Pollard and Tyjae Spears as interchangeable in the offense, kind of a 1A/1B situation. From what we’ve seen, Pollard works better as a change of pace option, so there’s a real possibility Spears takes the lead here. We needed to get them closer in the rankings, and the first move is tempering Pollard’s fantasy outlook.

Justin Herbert, Chargers
Age: 26
Movement: Falling
Previous Rank: 51
Updated Rank: 53
By most accounts, it looks like the Chargers are shifting to a more meat and potatoes, run-based offense under new HC Jim Harbaugh. They moved on from both of their marquee WRs in Keenan Allen and Mike Williams, and invested in RB Gus Edwards as a bulldozer and former Raven Ben Mason at fullback. They’re projecting to look more like Jim’s brother John’s Ravens’ run-heavy offense, but Herbert is no Lamar Jackson in that sense. I don’t see him making headway on the ground to that extent, so factoring in that with less output in the passing game, I don’t see Herbert having a banner year.

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