Perhaps the best thing about dynasty leagues is they never stop. For those die-hard fantasy players, dynasty leagues scratch that itch they have for year-round football. After all, who else but a dynasty player would know that the rookie combine is only two weeks away?
Free agency (a mere five weeks away!) is also upon us with several veterans soon to be on the move. In nearly every case, those veterans’ dynasty values will be directly affected. And while the players below probably won’t be among them, they’ll be impacted by players either coming or going to their respective teams. We check Twitter to see who you might consider moving before it’s too late.
A reminder: This space will be dedicated to an assortment of things we find on Twitter and what it means for our dynasty teams. Most fantasy tweets undoubtedly have a re-draft slant to it but we’re here to talk about the dynasty implications.
I think it’s fair to call the 2019 season an anomaly when it came to the Steelers offense. Obviously, the injury that knocked Ben Roethlisberger out for most of the season had the biggest effect. It led to a horrible season from expected stud receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster, who barely cleared 500 receiving yards in 12 games before an injury ended his season, too. This paved the way for the stats shown above, including third-round receiver Diontae Johnson leading the team in fantasy points.