Every season, we like to see how close our top 100 rankings stack up with one another. The top 25 or so usually come out to be pretty close, but there's always a surprise about who's bullish on certain players, and who's fading others. We've compiled our rankings below. Our dynasty rankings are based on One QB formats with .5 PPR starting a standard 2 RB, 2 WR, 1 TE, and 1 Flex format.
Tessmonster - In looking at our rankings this year, we stack up pretty similarly. I'm not fading Cook enough to keep him outside the top 3, but Nation loves his upside young WRs. I still haven't seen enough from Aiyuk to put him inside my top 25, but love his upside in an offense that has a lot of weapons. Worried about Deebo cutting into his volume this year. I like Cooper Kupp to have a big year with Matt Stafford, and wouldn't be surprised if he put up WR1 numbers this year.I have Dobbins, Ettienne, and Akers falling with their season-ending injuries, but still see them as strong long-term assets. A slew of rookies make up the back end of both of our lists - I like Michael Carter a lot in this group. He should take the lion's share of the carries by mid-season with veterans Tevin Coleman and Ty Johnson being average at best. The offense isn't great in New York, but there's value to be had in Carter. Finally, Sam Darnold caps my list at number 100. I like his upside in a Carolina offense that was happy to pair him with DJ Moore and his old running mate Robby Anderson. Darnold could have a solid year in an offense that is free of Matt Gase, and stocked with weapons for him to utilize.