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The History of Early Top-12 Dynasty Assets

We take a closer look at rookies who entered the league as top-12 dynasty assets. Did they live up to the hype?

Dalvin Cook

We take a closer look at rookies who entered the league as top-12 dynasty assets. Did they live up to the hype?

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The History of Early Top-12 Dynasty Assets
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Josh Innes
1 year ago

I’ve got to believe you left out Trent Richardson , if I remember correct he was RB3 overall at some point, he must have started as a top 12 asset.

Stephen Paratore
Reply to  Josh Innes
1 year ago

Josh, this is charting a rookie ADP for the very first time, not their NFL draft position. I wasn’t playing dynasty in 2012 but he may not been top 12 RB during his first time ranked as ADP & this article starts in 2013, Richardson was class of 2012. What a colossal bust he was though…

Josh Innes
Reply to  Ryan McDowell
1 year ago

ok thanks for clearing it up, I missed the part with the 2013 cutoff

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