For those of you who haven’t visited our ranking page lately, you’ll see we take them to the next level here. One of the challenges we’ve had here at DLF is finding ways to make everything we do fit the professional fantasy football player. Now, even the rankings are no different in their commitment to dynasty building excellence. With that in mind, you’ll now see two sets of rankings for each position.
Contending Team Rankings
Rebuilding Team Rankings
Contending Team Rankings fit the profile of teams who are built to win in the next 2-3 years. You’ll find a mix of young and old players who are contributors listed and valued very highly.
Rebuilding Team Rankings fit the profile of a building or rebuilding team. These teams aren’t in the running for a title any time soon, so they value younger players much more.
There are also “stock market” indicators on there to help give you a guide on player values either being on the rise or falling. In addition, we’ve marked a few players who have real sleeper ability for the near future. These will change on both lists often.
It’s always been something that we’ve felt could be improved on Dynasty sites and we’re glad to be the first to offer them. Really, it’s difficult for two teams to see simple dynasty rankings and not disagree about value. That won’t change completely, but take Randy Moss, for example. For a contending team, his value is enormous. To a rebuilding team, not so much. That’s why this is needed. Contenders need to focus on players who can help them win now, while rebuilders need to be more cautious of having aging players on their rosters.
We’re sure this original idea will be copied by sites checking out our content, but keep in mind we’re dedicated to changing them much more frequently than others…and offer them for free. In fact, check around at some of the more popular dynasty sites and you’ll likely still see Brandon Marshall listed as a Bronco.
We’re here for you and hope you enjoy this new concept and find it easy to adapt it to your teams!