The fantasy playoffs have been over for a while, which means the off-season for dynasty leagues is just getting started. It’s that magical time where college players are declaring for the draft and NFL teams are changing head coaches. It’s also a great time to process the season that was and how it affects the veterans on your dynasty team. There could be some good buy-low targets or you may want to cash in on those big-named studs before their value drops. Below are a few of those players to keep an eye on.
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Despite being the latest team to move on from their coach, the Dallas Cowboys also became one of the first to fill their vacancies when they hired Mike McCarthy on Monday. While many locals have bemoaned the hiring of McCarthy (I should know, I live in the Dallas area), I view it as a positive move for the team. While the Cowboys have failed to even appear in an NFC Championship Game in 25 years, McCarthy took the Packers to four of them during his nearly 13-year tenure.
Dynasty Impact: Of course, what we really care about is the fantasy implications. It should be business as usual for quarterback Dak Prescott. Under McCarthy, the Packers finished in the top-10 in pass attempts several times with Aaron Rodgers leading the way. And even though Prescott is coming off a career-year with nearly 5,000 passing yards and 30 touchdowns, his dynasty ADP of sixth should be stable.