Dynasty Rankings Updates (4/8/22): Marlon Mack, Auden Tate, David Njoku

Dynasty Rankings Update: 4/8/22

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Marlon Mack, Texans
Age: 26
Movement: Rising
Previous Rank RB44
Updated Rank RB41
Mack had some bounce back juice going into the 2021 season, but Jonathan Taylor swiftly took all of the air out of his sail. Mack is now in Houston though, where it doesn’t take alot to become a lead back. Yes, the Texans o-line is sorely lacking, but hopefully through free agency and the draft they’ll shore it up some. Houston will probably address their backfield in the draft as well, but there’s a real shot for Mack to start the season as the first two-down back for the Texans. In his last full season, Mack went over 1,000 yards and had 8 TDs, so he should still have some pop now that he’s healthy again. He gets a small bump for now, but Mack’s arrow is pointing up.

Auden Tate, Falcons
Age: 25
Movement: Rising
Previous Rank Unranked
Updated Rank WR95
KhaDarel Hodge was in this position only a week ago, as the most recent addition to the Falcons paltry receiving corps. Tate is at least as talented as Hodge, in addition to being younger and an imposing 6’5”, 228 lbs. Tate couldn’t break the waves in Cincinnati amongst such a deep starting three, but Atlanta offers little resistance to targets at this point. Until the Falcons add considerable depth at the position, Tate needs to be taken seriously enough to rank.

David Njoku
Age: 26
Movement: Rising
Previous Rank TE27
Updated Rank TE17
Njoku recently had the franchise tag placed on him as a placeholder until Cleveland can get a long term deal done. His position seems safe for the time being, especially since Austin Hooper was cut last Wednesday, to be picked up by the Titans. The clown car of QBs that have squandered Njoku’s talent is in the rearview, now that Deshaun Watson is with the Browns, so unless Watson faces some sort of suspension from the league, Njoku will be in line for a major boost in consistent fantasy production. A former first round pick, Njoku is still an athletic specimen at only 26. In a field of mediocre tight ends, he deserves a considerable boost in dynasty and otherwise.

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