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Dynasty Battle Review: JuJu Smith-Schuster vs Skyy Moore

Who is the better dynasty asset amongst the Chiefs wideouts? We review our preseason prediction.

JuJu Smith-Schuster and Skyy Moore

In the last two off-seasons, I did a dynasty battle series highlighting players with similar dynasty ADPs at the same position on the same team. These articles are perfect to revisit, as I had to compare two players and decide between them. Therefore, I either got the call right or wrong, and it gives me a chance to be accountable for that choice.

A few days ago, I wrote an article reviewing my 2022 piece on Rhamondre Stevenson and Damien Harris. I analyzed that comparison in that article, and I eventually settled on Stevenson as the better asset after a long debate. I ended up making the right decision there, as Stevenson had a far superior 2022 season to Harris and has a better dynasty outlook moving forward. However, even though I settled on the right player, I waffled between the two running backs even as I wrote the article. Interestingly, writing the article helped me decide.

This time, though, we’ll look back at an article where I was highly confident in my decision. I began this article with my mind made up, and I just wanted to express that opinion in writing. Unfortunately, I couldn’t have been more wrong about my take, and it’s burned me across the 2022 season. With that said, let’s review my article on JuJu Smith-Schuster and Skyy Moore!

Previous Article Summary

In June 2022, I wrote about Smith-Schuster and Moore, comparing their roles and dynasty values in the exciting Kansas City Chiefs offense. However, I expected Moore to rise above Smith-Schuster by the end of the 2022 season or even earlier. Let’s look at my conclusion from the previous article to give an idea of my thinking.

As you can see, I said that Moore had more insulated dynasty value and that Smith-Schuster was on the verge of losing all of his dynasty value.


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Mike Carlson
11 days ago

Any hope that Justyn Ross shows up in 2023 after his injuries and finds a spot on this roster. I can afford to keep him for now as I will probably put him on my taxi squad.

Mike Carlson
Reply to  Tyler Justin Karp
10 days ago

Tyler- Thank you for your opinion.

Tim Behnke
11 days ago

You are writing off a rookie WR pick of the Chiefs after just one season? Interesting take. Sometimes dynasty players take a while to develop.

Tim Behnke
Reply to  Tyler Justin Karp
10 days ago

So you really cut bait on rookies you draft in dynasty after 1 year? I can see avoiding him in redraft or only a late flyer but we are talking dynasty here. He’s not going to draw much in a trade right now. I plan to hold him for at least one more year. Hell there used to be a three year rule for WR’s to develop into NFL players after college but I guess now with some rookies taking off immediately that’s out the window.

Mike Carlson
Reply to  Tim Behnke
10 days ago

I agree that it’s too soon to right him off or at least that’s how I’m going to play it. Thank you for you response.

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