Dynasty Rankings Updates (8/29/22): Mike Davis, Kenny Golladay, Darrell Henderson
Dynasty Rankings Update: 8/23/22
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Mike Davis, Ravens
Previous Rank RB96
Updated Rank RB67
Journeyman Davis seems to be of use in fantasy wherever he lands, and his stint in Baltimore appears to be no different. With JK Dobbins and Gus Edwards looking more and more unlikely to find the field in Week 1, Davis is a strong bet to be the go-to back when the Ravens take the field for the first time this season and maybe even longer. The Ravens are in no hurry to rush Dobbins back onto the field, no matter how insistent he is about being there, and even if he plays, it is unlikely to be a heavy workload. Davis could be just the late round catalyst your team needs to get off to a fast start this fantasy season.
Kenny Golladay, Giants
Previous Rank WR70
Updated Rank WR99
Golladay has been basically invisible this preseason, notching one 6 yard reception in 51 snaps, and this is with several other prospective starters sidelined with injury. HC Daboll has stated that all the WRs are competing, when asked if Golladay’s roster spot was in jeopardy, which is not a glowing endorsement. A change of scenery might actually do Golladay some good, but in the meantime, I’m staying away from him in drafts. With Kadarius Toney and Wan’Dale Robinson both demonstrating field stretching capabilities, Golladay’s services aren’t a necessity in New York.
Darrell Henderson, Rams
Previous Rank RB47
Updated Rank RB40
Both Henderson and Cam Akers have recently suffered soft-tissue injuries, but only Henderson has worked his way back onto the field. If Akers can’t go by Week 1, Henderson will carry the weight in Los Angeles. HC McVay has already said that he considers Henderson to be a starting back alongside Akers, so the opportunities are going to come regardless. As uninterested in Henderson as we are in fantasy, the reality of the situation may force us to take Henderson seriously as a fantasy prospect, and he may be of considerable use as early as the first game of the season.
Rosterwatch nation I have a keeper question in a 10 team league. Can only keep 1
Joe Burrow in the 17th
Eli Mitchell in the 17th
J K Dobbins in the 17th
Since it is a 10 teamer there will be plenty of QBs. Eli Mitchell is the one. JK Dobbins is a bit risky given the value is the same as EM. Good luck
I am in the middle of a 17 team guillotine slow draft. I am about to take a QB at pick 115. Please tell me why Lawrence is ranked above Tua given what Miami has surrounded him with. Thanks
on the UDCS those QBs are back to back. You have license to pivot when players are “touching.” Lawrence is the better prospect, but Your argument about Tua’s weapons is reasonable.
I have a 20 man league that has 1 QB and 4 flex positions (no RB, TE, WR specific).
Since you do not have to roster any specific number of flex positions, all else being equal, would change your rankings?
Also, even though it is a 1 QB leauge, would you recommend using the 2-QB rankings in this draft since there are 20 starters a week?
you don not have to roster any number of specific flex positions, that should say
The positional ranks stay the same no matter the format. The roster construction in your format will change. Generally, WR points are cheaper than RB points.
Is there a Draft Sheet for 2 QB Dynasty startup ?
Use Trashman’s dynasty top 250. Just pay attention to the QBs in your draft room. They can go off the board very quickly. In the top 8, I am getting on the elite guys. Where do you pick?
One of my leagues, a 2 qb super flex league has implemented 2 idp roster positions. Where should these idp positions fall in the draft? I had planned on waiting towards the end of my picks but I’m not sure if that’s the right strategy.
If it is new to your league many other drafters are thinking the same thing. Don’t be the first guy to do it, unless you get into late round 9. In full point per tackle, leagues wait on the positions. Tackles are cheap. In half PPT, ok to shop in the top 5. Good luck!
Thank you sir.
RW, I’ve been going back and forth all summer with the decision. Need to make a decision tonight. 6th pick redraft .5 ppr. 2 Rb, 3 Wr league. First 5 picks are JT, Henry, Harris, CMC, Jefferson. One week I decide on Kupp, next Cook, next Ecekler. Any insight on to help nail down this first pick? Thanks guys!
I would advise Dalvin or Kupp. We love Ekeler, but his previous rush TD total was 3, prior to last year. Dalvin in this new supercharged offense and could see uptick in receptions. It is “easier” to start your draft with a “hero RB” than build WR depth. That said, Kupp is a monster. If you go Kupp, make sure to secure a runner like Aaron Jones, Javonte or Leonard Fournette. Good luck!
RW. I’m in superflex Qb Te premium league. I got kelce & I Smith. Would you suggest B. Jordan, OJ. Howard. Or taysom hill who has qb/te on yahoo or 3rd?
For 3rd Te
I dont think you “need” a 3rd TE. We prefer an injury-away RB like Jeff Wilson, Sony Michel type at the end of your roster. If you must add a TE3, Im interested in Brevin Jordan.
2QB 1/2 PPR Keeper league
RBs Mixon, N Harris, A Jones + weak bench
WRs Chase, Kupp, D Johnson, D Smith, Collins + whatever
Start 2 RB, 2 WR, 3 FLEX
Give up Mixon
Get Dobbins and Evans
Dobbins could be kept as a second rounder next year – no other players could be kept
Yes or no
Assuming this is Mike Evans ? no no no no no. Start 2 WR, the WR position (especially in 1/2 ppr) become less valuable.
RBs are king here
My league scoring is a PPR plus 6 pts per TD…which draft sheet should I use as a guide?