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Dynasty Superflex Trade Value Chart: January

We break down all the top-valued players in dynasty fantasy football at each position.

Patrick Mahomes

You probably know that a couple of years ago, DLF created our very own Dynasty Trade Analyzer. While there are many trade tools and calculators on the market available to dynasty managers, ours is the only one to integrate expert dynasty rankings, regularly updated community dynasty ADP and, perhaps most importantly, actual dynasty trades taking place in real dynasty leagues. We combine each of these data points to create a specific value for every dynasty-relevant player, which is updated daily.

What you might not know is that those values are available to each DLF subscriber. Hopefully you are using the Trade Analyzer to aid you in deciding about each and every dynasty deal you consider, but it can be easy to overlook an option at the top of that Trade Analyzer page.

While you’re wondering what the San Francisco 49ers will do at the quarterback position, take a look at the red box in the image above. Inside, you’ll find “Values.” All of the values. Every numerical value for every player and draft choice you care about in a dynasty league, available in both 1QB and superflex league formats, updated every single day. I’ve had many dynasty managers and DLF subscribers tell me they did not know this was available, so I wanted to be sure we’re all on the same page before we continue.

Now that you’re all caught up, let’s get to it. While our values change daily, those are almost always small shifts, based on ADP or rankings updates or a massive trade that went through in one of our tracked dynasty leagues. Of course, the real change is noticeable over a larger period of time. It is certainly interesting to track this value change over a period of weeks, months, or even years. That’s what I’ll be doing for you in this monthly series. On to the values.

In this article, we’ll take a look at the dynasty superflex values, which means a heavy focus on the quarterback position.


Rank Player Team Trade Value
QB1 Patrick Mahomes KC 981
QB2 Josh Allen BUF 972
QB3 Jalen Hurts PHI 924
QB4 Joe Burrow CIN 910
QB5 Justin Herbert LAC 905
QB6 Lamar Jackson BAL 839
QB7 Trevor Lawrence JAC 789
QB8 Justin Fields CHI 754
QB9 Dak Prescott DAL 707
QB10 Tua Tagovailoa MIA 691
QB11 Kyler Murray ARI 667
QB12 Deshaun Watson CLE 569
QB13 Trey Lance SF 415
QB14 Kirk Cousins MIN 338
QB15 Daniel Jones NYG 271
QB16 Kenny Pickett PIT 252
QB17 Russell Wilson DEN 231
QB18 Aaron Rodgers GB 228
QB19 Jared Goff DET 227
QB20 Geno Smith SEA 193
QB21 Mac Jones NE 179
QB22 Derek Carr LV 168
QB23 Matthew Stafford LAR 149
QB24 Jimmy Garoppolo SF 94

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Dynasty Superflex Trade Value Chart: January
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Fireman Ed
7 months ago

Another reason QB ranks can differ between 1QB and Superflex is that in 1QB people may be more willing to take an upside shot vs a safer option, while SF can lean toward safer long term options given the replacement cost is so much higher. In 1QB you can find alternatives for a 2nd or 3rd. In SF the cost is just higher, so safety has value.

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