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DLF’s Dynasty Fantasy Football Sleeper Rankings

We examine three players in DLF’s Sleeper Rankings. Are they worth a shot?

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We examine three players in DLF's Sleeper Rankings. Are they worth a shot?


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DLF’s Dynasty Fantasy Football Sleeper Rankings
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Wendell Bera
1 month ago

Last article you had Kylen Granson as a rise and shine prospect. Does your opinion of him change now that Woods was added?

Jacob Smith
1 month ago

The first part of this article was hard for me to read because whenever I see the name Samaje Perine I have flashbacks to when I drafted him over Alvin Kamara and Kareem Hunt.
I do have Chris Evans on both of my dynasty teams and he’s a definite hold.
I’m glad you mentioned the target share thing with Schwartz. It doesn’t necessary follow that WR X is going to see the targets left by a departing WR Y, and the whole “ooh look, extra targets” mantra doesn’t always play out. A receiver still has to be able to haul them in have the trust of his QB.
Same goes for the oft floated idea that a new RB – especially one with a bit of draft capital – is going to inevitably and swiftly displace the current RB.

Jacob Smith
Reply to  Shane Manila
1 month ago

As is the whole Clyde Edwards-Helaire debacle, where he was anointed as the 1.01 because “Oh my god, the Chiefs! Andy Reid and running backs!”
Perine I got over, as that was my choice. Picking CEH over Jonathan Taylor still stings because I was firmly going to pick Taylor but the virtually unanimous crowning of CEH by the dynasty sites had me thinking that they had to be right. Um, no. Since then I trust my gut and not post-draft ranking adjustments. Landing spot, as you say, is only worth so much; and not nearly as much as it’s made out to be.

Reply to  Jacob Smith
1 month ago

CEH is brutal. I remember having Swift as my personal RB1 in the class followed by Taylor in the pre draft era. Luckily, I didn’t get to draft CEH anywhere and ended up with much more shares of the two latter names.

Joseph Abboud
1 month ago

Is Pitts realistically not tradable in a TE Premium league?

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