Four Quarterbacks to Buy, Sell, or Hold in Dynasty Leagues
Welcome to the 'Buy, Sell, or Hold' series where each week I’ll be focusing on one position to analyze four players and what we should be doing with them. This week, as the regular season has come to an end, I want to take a look at four quarterbacks whose futures are cloudy as it’s best to make stances on them now before free agency arrives which enables you to get ahead of most of the dynasty market.
Russell Wilson, QB DEN
After an underwhelming season in 2022, Wilson entered 2023 with a lot of doubt. Finishing his season as QB15 in fantasy points per game, he certainly improved his play but it was still worse than we’re used to and it wasn’t enough to impress Sean Payton, who benched Wilson for the last two games of the season. Now he is expected to be released this off-season and will be free to sign with any team that will have him. While Wilson has clearly declined, he’s still a starting quarterback in the league and I expect a team will sign him to be such. An interesting note is that assuming he’s released, the Broncos are on the hook for his guaranteed money and he might be more willing to sign a cheap contract with another team because of it.
The Move – In one-quarterback leagues, I have little interest in Wilson. He projects at best to be a middle-of-the-road QB2 which is really only worthwhile for filling in during bye weeks. If there’s any chance you can sell him for a second-round rookie pick, even if you have to add something small to Wilson, I do it in a heartbeat. In superflex leagues, I’m much more interested and think he’s actually a buy there. Buying for two second-round rookie picks is a good price to get the deal done.
Daniel Jones, QB NYG
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