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Is DK Metcalf Still a Dynasty Buy?

Is DK Metcalf worth his current dynasty price? We examine Seattle’s sophomore receiver.

DK Metcalf

Is DK Metcalf worth his current dynasty price? We examine Seattle's sophomore receiver.

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Is DK Metcalf Still a Dynasty Buy?
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Sven Meier
10 months ago

Like it, will def keep my Metcalf shares

Geoff Farina
10 months ago

Traded Ridley for Metcalf and Nkeal Harry. Felt that was a win straight up, add Harry and it was ridiculous. I love Metcalfs potential.

pstigl
10 months ago

I believe 129.1 fantasy points was Metcalf’s standard league scoring. I have him as finishing with 187.1 fantasy points (WR33) in PPR. Appreciated the article!

Kris Wocks
10 months ago

i traded my Metcalf and a 10th round in a start up for tyreek Hill. The league didnt like me getting both Mahomes and Hill on the same team. He then said he probably would have traded for less as he thinks DK and Tyreek will be in the same ballpark for pts.
I really like Metcalf too but cant pass up this offer.
At 10.2 he took David Johnson

Ryan Isaac
10 months ago

There is no debating that Metlcalf had a great rookie season, and we should all be anticipating growth from him as a player in year two. But to suggest that he will somehow dramatically improve in lateral agility after one of the worst 3 cone drills of all time seems like nothing more than wishful thinking. He may improve his footwork some, and the Seahawks may run more fade/jump balls in close to take advantage of his size, but to suggest that he’ll just magically stop having stiff hips and become OBJ but bigger seems reckless and irresponsible.

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