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Updated: 5/3/2024
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
Chg Rank Player Tm Age
  1 Christian McCaffrey SF 27
  2 Bijan Robinson ATL 22
  3 Breece Hall NYJ 22
Tier 2
  4 Jahmyr Gibbs DET 22
  5 Jonathan Taylor IND 25
  6 Kyren Williams LAR 23
  7 James Cook BUF 24
  8 De'Von Achane MIA 22
  9 Travis Etienne JAC 25
  10 Kenneth Walker SEA 23
Tier 3
  11 Saquon Barkley PHI 27
  12 Rachaad White TB 25
  13 Josh Jacobs GB 26
  14 Tony Pollard TEN 27
  15 Isiah Pacheco KC 25
  16 Tyjae Spears TEN 22
  17 Javonte Williams DEN 24
Tier 4
  18 D'Andre Swift CHI 25
  19 Joe Mixon HOU 27
20 Trey Benson ARI 21
  21 David Montgomery DET 26
22 Jonathon Brooks CAR 20
  23 Zach Charbonnet SEA 23
  24 Derrick Henry BAL 30
  25 Aaron Jones MIN 29
26 Zamir White LV 24
  27 Rhamondre Stevenson NE 26
28 Blake Corum LAR 23
  29 Nick Chubb CLE 28
Tier 5
  30 Austin Ekeler WAS 29
  31 Kendre Miller NO 21
  32 Chase Brown CIN 24
33 MarShawn Lloyd GB 22
  34 Najee Harris PIT 26
35 Jaylen Wright MIA 21
  36 Jaylen Warren PIT 25
  37 Brian Robinson Jr. WAS 25
38 Raheem Mostert MIA 32
  39 James Conner ARI 29
  40 Alvin Kamara NO 28
  41 Devin Singletary NYG 26
  42 Zack Moss CIN 26
43 Bucky Irving TB 21
44 Ray Davis BUF 24
  45 Chuba Hubbard CAR 24
Tier 6
  46 Ty Chandler MIN 26
  47 Khalil Herbert CHI 26
  48 Miles Sanders CAR 27
49 Tyrone Tracy Jr. NYG 24
  50 Gus Edwards LAC 29
  51 Tyler Allgeier ATL 24
52 Isaac Guerendo SF 23
  53 Antonio Gibson NE 25
  54 Rico Dowdle DAL 25
  55 Roschon Johnson CHI 23
  56 Keaton Mitchell BAL 22
  57 D'Onta Foreman CLE 28
  58 AJ Dillon GB 26
  59 Jerome Ford CLE 24
60 Dylan Laube LV 24
  61 Ezekiel Elliott DAL 28
  62 Tank Bigsby JAC 22
63 Kimani Vidal LAC 22
64 Braelon Allen NYJ 20
Tier 7
  65 Justice Hill BAL 27
  66 Jaleel McLaughlin DEN 23
  67 J.K. Dobbins LAC 25
  68 Dameon Pierce HOU 24
  69 Elijah Mitchell SF 26
  70 Chris Rodriguez Jr. WAS 23
  71 Alexander Mattison LV 25
  72 Clyde Edwards-Helaire KC 25
73 Will Shipley PHI 21
  74 Kenneth Gainwell PHI 25
  75 Israel Abanikanda NYJ 21
  76 Joshua Kelley LAC 26
77 Audric Estime DEN 20
  78 Isaiah Spiller LAC 22
  79 Jeff Wilson MIA 28
  80 Rashaad Penny PHI 28
  Christian McCaffrey, SF: Ideal spot for CMac's fantasy value.

  Bijan Robinson, ATL: Unique talent with new coaching staff.

  Breece Hall, NYJ: Played in every game despite 2022 ACL injury. Only 20+ carries three times.

  Jahmyr Gibbs, DET: One of the best backs in the league. Will share time with Montgomery.

  Jonathan Taylor, IND: Got his deal but has played in just 22 games the last two seasons.

  Kyren Williams, LAR: Workhorse role when healthy.

  James Cook, BUF: Explosive, gets there on efficiency.

  De'Von Achane, MIA: Explosive, but injuries are a concern as well as crowded RB room.

  Travis Etienne, JAC: 12 TDs in 2023 but sounds like JAX want fewer touches for their lead back.

  Kenneth Walker, SEA: Lead back when healthy but loses work to Charbonnet.

  Saquon Barkley, PHI: Philadelphia landing spot seems positive.

  Rachaad White, TB: Usage in 2023 was ideal. Lacks explosiveness as a runner.

  Josh Jacobs, GB: Couldn't repeat 2022 season as offense sputtered.

  Tony Pollard, TEN: Seemed to struggle as the lead back in 2023.

  Isiah Pacheco, KC: Moved into the lead-back role in 2023.

  Tyjae Spears, TEN: Will now share workload with Pollard. Two ACL injuries.

  Javonte Williams, DEN: Averaged just 3.6 ypc in Denver's weak offense.

  D'Andre Swift, CHI: Crowded backfield in CHI.

  Joe Mixon, HOU: Now the lead-back for a rising Texans' offense.

Trey Benson, ARI: Should easily be the No.2 behind Conner in rookie year.

  David Montgomery, DET: Should keep the same 2023 role, sharing time with Gibbs.

Jonathon Brooks, CAR: ACL injury in November. Could split work in Year 1.

  Zach Charbonnet, SEA: Decent rookie season could lead to more opportunity in Year 2.

  Derrick Henry, BAL: Good landing spot for the veteran RB.

  Aaron Jones, MIN: Disappointing 2023 but finished with five-straight 100-yd rushing games.

Zamir White, LV: Big off-season winner with Jacobs now in Green Bay.

  Rhamondre Stevenson, NE: Disappointing 2023, but likely to retain lead-back role in 2024.

Blake Corum, LAR: Will McVay continue to feature one RB or will Corum force his hand?

  Nick Chubb, CLE: Stud. Brutal knee injury in 2023.

  Austin Ekeler, WAS: Took a step back in 2023. Lands in Washington for 2024.

  Kendre Miller, NO: Workload increase coming if the Saints move on from Kamara.

  Chase Brown, CIN: Big upside if the Bengals move on from Mixon.

MarShawn Lloyd, GB: May be difficult to find a role behind Jacobs.

  Najee Harris, PIT: Three-straight 1000-yd seasons but sharing time with Warren.

Jaylen Wright, MIA: Another speedy RB for the Dolphins. Crowded RB room.

  Jaylen Warren, PIT: Cutting into Najee's workload.

  Brian Robinson Jr., WAS: Worked in the lead-back role in 2023.

Raheem Mostert, MIA: Led all RBs in TDs in 2023. Timeshare in Miami. 32 years old.

  James Conner, ARI: Volume hog when healthy.

  Alvin Kamara, NO: Has the highest cap hit of any RB for 2024. Will the Saints move on?

  Devin Singletary, NYG: Should be lead-back for the Giants in 2024.

  Zack Moss, CIN: Will work in tandem with Chase Brown.

Bucky Irving, TB: Similar strengths to White. Committee RB?

Ray Davis, BUF: Big-back complement to Cook. Already 24 years old.

  Chuba Hubbard, CAR: Should retain his lead-back role heading into 2024.

  Ty Chandler, MIN: Got an opportunity in 2023. Can he build in 2024?

  Khalil Herbert, CHI: Could be a three-man RBBC in CHI.

  Miles Sanders, CAR: Lost his starting job to Hubbard in 2023.

Tyrone Tracy Jr., NYG: Weak RB room is a plus.

  Gus Edwards, LAC: Should have goaline opportunities with Chargers.

  Tyler Allgeier, ATL: Likely to see a reduction in volume moving forward.

Isaac Guerendo, SF: Crowded backfield in SF. No.2 role in 2025?

  Roschon Johnson, CHI: The youngest of the three Chicago backs.

  Keaton Mitchell, BAL: Late-season knee injury will limit his 2024 season.

  D'Onta Foreman, CLE: Moves to Cleveland as Chubb insurance.

  AJ Dillon, GB: Packers not as reliant on the run. Jacobs in town.

Dylan Laube, LV: Receiving skills could equate to PPR value.

  Ezekiel Elliott, DAL: Reunion with Dallas.

  Tank Bigsby, JAC: Lost the backup job in 2023.

Kimani Vidal, LAC: Could have value if Dobbins can't regain form.

Braelon Allen, NYJ: Landing spot isn't great for fantasy value.

  Jaleel McLaughlin, DEN: Got some juice. RB2 behind Javonte.

  J.K. Dobbins, LAC: Achilles injury on 9/10/23.

  Dameon Pierce, HOU: Lost his starting job in 2023.

  Elijah Mitchell, SF: Injuries remain an issue.

  Alexander Mattison, LV: Will have to settle for a timeshare.

  Clyde Edwards-Helaire, KC: Sticking in KC for 2024.

Will Shipley, PHI: Likely a committee back even if Barkley gets hurt.

  Kenneth Gainwell, PHI: Not a priority in the Eagles offense.

  Joshua Kelley, LAC: New coaching staff could overhaul RB room.

  Isaiah Spiller, LAC: New coaching staff could overhaul RB room.

  Jeff Wilson, MIA: Timeshare in Miami.

  Rashaad Penny, PHI: Only 12 touches in 2023.