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 Rankings/Projections > Dynasty Rankings  
Updated: 5/10/2022
Mike Krueger | Archive | Email |


My off-season PPR dynasty rankings gaze into the future with a two-year emphasis. As the season begins, a more narrow approach to the rankings will occur as we try to win a championship. Positional dynamics play an important factor. We know that running backs tend to have shorter careers while top flight quarterbacks can stick in the league for 10-plus seasons.

Other considerations include age, contract situation, durability, consistency, supporting cast and more.

Upside = Upside   Risk = Risk
QUARTERBACKS
Chg Rank Player Tm Age
  1 Patrick Mahomes KC 26
  2 Josh Allen BUF 26
  3 Lamar Jackson BAL 25
  4 Kyler Murray ARI 24
  5 Justin Herbert LAC 24
  6 Joe Burrow CIN 25
Tier 2
  7 Dak Prescott DAL 28
  8 Deshaun Watson CLE 26
  9 Russell Wilson DEN 33
  10 Trey Lance SF 22
  11 Jalen Hurts PHI 23
  12 Trevor Lawrence JAC 22
  13 Justin Fields CHI 23
Tier 3
  14 Matthew Stafford LAR 34
  15 Aaron Rodgers GB 38
  16 Mac Jones NE 23
  17 Kirk Cousins MIN 33
  18 Derek Carr LV 31
  19 Tua Tagovailoa MIA 24
  20 Zach Wilson NYJ 22
21 Kenny Pickett PIT 23
Tier 4
  22 Tom Brady TB 44
  23 Ryan Tannehill TEN 33
  24 Jimmy Garoppolo SF 30
  25 Davis Mills HOU 23
  26 Baker Mayfield CLE 27
  27 Daniel Jones NYG 24
  28 Jordan Love GB 23
  29 Jared Goff DET 27
  30 Matt Ryan IND 37
31 Desmond Ridder ATL 22
  32 Carson Wentz WAS 29
33 Malik Willis TEN 22
34 Matt Corral CAR 23
Tier 5
  33 Jameis Winston NO 28
  34 Mitchell Trubisky PIT 27
  35 Kyle Trask TB 24
  36 Drew Lock SEA 26
37 Sam Howell WAS 21
Tier 6
  37 Teddy Bridgewater MIA 29
  38 Tyler Huntley BAL 24
  39 Sam Darnold CAR 24
40 Geno Smith SEA 31
  41 Gardner Minshew PHI 26
42 Bailey Zappe NE 23
  43 Kellen Mond MIN 22
  44 Taysom Hill NO 31
45 Skylar Thompson MIA 24
  46 Ryan Fitzpatrick FA 39
 
COMMENTS
  Josh Allen, BUF: Rushing ability and use around the goaline are separators.

  Lamar Jackson, BAL: Increased passing was encouraging prior to injury.

  Kyler Murray, ARI: Murray was still a QB1 despite team frustration and injuries.

  Joe Burrow, CIN: Two primetime weapons on the outside have Burrow's value sky high.

  Dak Prescott, DAL: Lack of rushing (146 yds) in 2021 is a concern.

  Deshaun Watson, CLE: Found a landing spot, now waiting word on possible suspension.

  Russell Wilson, DEN: Move to Denver can only help his recent fantasy slump.

  Trey Lance, SF: Expecting Lance to be the starter Week 1.

  Jalen Hurts, PHI: Rushing ability keeps his fantasy value afloat.

  Justin Fields, CHI: New offensive philosophy in Chicago should be a positive but weapons are lacking.

  Matthew Stafford, LAR: Coming off his best fantasy season since 2011. Perfect fit for McVay's scheme.

  Aaron Rodgers, GB: Short-term value is high.

  Tua Tagovailoa, MIA: Lack of downfield passing limits upside but now has plenty of weapons.

Kenny Pickett, PIT: Most pro-ready QB of the rookies, average mobility. Feels like a QB2.

  Tom Brady, TB: Coming back to Tampa for at least one more season.

  Jimmy Garoppolo, SF: New team likely in 2022?

  Davis Mills, HOU: Should start in 2022 due to lack of better QB options in the league.

  Daniel Jones, NYG: Is Daboll a QB whisperer?

  Jordan Love, GB: Needs a change of scenery now that Rodgers has been re-signed.

Desmond Ridder, ATL: Should start a few games in 2022. Isn't obvious that he's a better option than Mariota.

  Carson Wentz, WAS: Seems stuck in QB2 mid-range no matter where he plays.

Malik Willis, TEN: Has the physical tools, but far from a complete passer. Stuck behind Tannehill for now.

Matt Corral, CAR: Above average mobility is exciting, raw as a drop-back passer.

Sam Howell, WAS: Needs time to develop but Wentz's volatility gives Howell a chance to start in 2022.

Bailey Zappe, NE: Stuck behind Mac Jones.