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 Rankings/Projections > Dynasty Rankings  
Updated: 7/12/2024
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
WIDE RECEIVERS
Chg Rank Player Tm Age
  1 Justin Jefferson MIN 25
  2 Ja'Marr Chase CIN 24
  3 CeeDee Lamb DAL 25
Tier 2
  4 Marvin Harrison Jr. ARI 21
  5 Malik Nabers NYG 21
  6 Amon-Ra St. Brown DET 24
  7 Garrett Wilson NYJ 23
  8 A.J. Brown PHI 27
  9 Tyreek Hill MIA 30
  10 Chris Olave NO 24
  11 Puka Nacua LAR 23
Tier 3
  12 Jaylen Waddle MIA 25
  13 DeVonta Smith PHI 25
  14 Drake London ATL 22
  15 Brandon Aiyuk SF 26
  16 Rome Odunze CHI 22
  17 DK Metcalf SEA 26
  18 D.J. Moore CHI 27
  19 Zay Flowers BAL 23
  20 Michael Pittman Jr. IND 26
21 George Pickens PIT 23
  22 Nico Collins HOU 25
Tier 4
23 Rashee Rice KC 24
  24 Jaxon Smith-Njigba SEA 22
  25 Jordan Addison MIN 22
  26 Tee Higgins CIN 25
  27 Tank Dell HOU 24
  28 Brian Thomas Jr. JAC 21
  29 Xavier Worthy KC 21
  30 Jameson Williams DET 23
  31 Deebo Samuel SF 28
  32 Jayden Reed GB 24
  33 Keon Coleman BUF 21
  34 Davante Adams LV 31
  35 Christian Kirk JAC 27
  36 Ladd McConkey LAC 22
Tier 5
  37 Stefon Diggs HOU 30
  38 Cooper Kupp LAR 31
  39 Amari Cooper CLE 30
  40 Marquise Brown KC 27
  41 Chris Godwin TB 28
  42 Calvin Ridley TEN 29
  43 Adonai Mitchell IND 22
  44 Mike Evans TB 30
  45 Diontae Johnson CAR 28
  46 Christian Watson GB 25
  47 Terry McLaurin WAS 28
Tier 6
  48 Romeo Doubs GB 24
  49 Josh Downs IND 22
  50 Marvin Mims DEN 22
  51 Courtland Sutton DEN 28
  52 Dontayvion Wicks GB 23
  53 Malachi Corley NYJ 22
  54 Ricky Pearsall SF 23
  55 Quentin Johnston LAC 22
  56 Jerry Jeudy CLE 25
  57 Keenan Allen CHI 32
  58 Jalin Hyatt NYG 22
  59 Jahan Dotson WAS 24
  60 Xavier Legette CAR 23
  61 Roman Wilson PIT 23
  62 Ja'Lynn Polk NE 22
  63 DeAndre Hopkins TEN 32
  64 Mike Williams NYJ 29
  65 Luke McCaffrey WAS 23
Tier 7
  66 Jakobi Meyers LV 27
  67 Jermaine Burton CIN 23
  68 Troy Franklin DEN 21
  69 Rashod Bateman BAL 24
  70 Gabe Davis JAC 25
  71 Josh Palmer LAC 24
  72 Rashid Shaheed NO 25
  73 Tyler Lockett SEA 31
74 Treylon Burks TEN 24
  75 Darnell Mooney ATL 26
  76 Andrei Iosivas CIN 24
  77 Curtis Samuel BUF 27
  78 Brandin Cooks DAL 30
  79 Michael Wilson ARI 24
  80 Jalen McMillan TB 22
  81 Khalil Shakir BUF 24
Tier 8
  82 Jacob Cowing SF 23
  83 Demario Douglas NE 23
  84 Devontez Walker BAL 23
  85 Wan'Dale Robinson NYG 23
  86 Trey Palmer TB 23
  87 Demarcus Robinson LAR 29
  88 Jonathan Mingo CAR 23
  89 Javon Baker NE 22
  90 Parker Washington JAC 22
 
COMMENTS
  Justin Jefferson, MIN: Fantasy's No.1 receiver battled injury in 2023.

  Ja'Marr Chase, CIN: Elite talent.

  CeeDee Lamb, DAL: Established himself as a Top 10 fantasy option.

  Marvin Harrison Jr., ARI: Steps into an alpha role.

  Malik Nabers, NYG: Giants have been missing a true No.1 receiver.

  Amon-Ra St. Brown, DET: 196 catches over the last two seasons. Established as a PPR WR1.

  Garrett Wilson, NYJ: Volume will be there but needs Rodgers to stay healthy.

  A.J. Brown, PHI: Perfect fit in Philadelphia.

  Tyreek Hill, MIA: Back-to-back seasons with 119 receptions.

  Chris Olave, NO: Back-to-back 1000-yard seasons.

  Puka Nacua, LAR: Exploded in rookie season.

  Jaylen Waddle, MIA: Playing second fiddle to Tyreek.

  DeVonta Smith, PHI: Holding WR2 value despite playing opposite A.J. Brown.

  Drake London, ATL: More passing volume would make London an easy WR2.

  Brandon Aiyuk, SF: Could be last season with 49ers.

  Rome Odunze, CHI: Capable veterans in front of him, for now.

  DK Metcalf, SEA: Maintaining WR2 value.

  D.J. Moore, CHI: Coming off his best fantasy season.

  Zay Flowers, BAL: Back-end WR3 as a rookie in 2023.

  Michael Pittman Jr., IND: New three-year deal with the Colts.

George Pickens, PIT: Needs more volume and better QB play to be a consistent WR2.

  Nico Collins, HOU: Diggs in town dampens 2024 outlook.

Rashee Rice, KC: Emerged as top wideout in Chiefs' passing game.

  Jaxon Smith-Njigba, SEA: Lockett replacement in 2024?

  Jordan Addison, MIN: Encouraging rookie season.

  Tee Higgins, CIN: 2024 could be last season with CIN.

  Tank Dell, HOU: Broken fibula in early December.

  Brian Thomas Jr., JAC: A better version of Gabe Davis?

  Xavier Worthy, KC: Landing spot is optimal.

  Jameson Williams, DET: Explosive. Expecting a bigger role in 2024.

  Deebo Samuel, SF: Likely to stick in SF but physical style will continue to be a concern.

  Jayden Reed, GB: The most consistent off all the GB wideouts.

  Keon Coleman, BUF: Rookie walks into thin WR room.

  Davante Adams, LV: 100-plus receptions 5 out of last 6 seasons.

  Christian Kirk, JAC: Core muscle injury cut short his 2023 season.

  Ladd McConkey, LAC: Slot man who should have nice PPR value.

  Stefon Diggs, HOU: 6-straight 1000-yard seasons. One-year deal with Texans for 2024.

  Cooper Kupp, LAR: Now playing second fiddle to Puka.

  Amari Cooper, CLE: Clear No.1 receiving option in Cleveland. Entering age 30 season.

  Marquise Brown, KC: One-year deal in KC.

  Chris Godwin, TB: Moving back into the slot in 2024.

  Calvin Ridley, TEN: Levis adds another weapon to his arsenal.

  Adonai Mitchell, IND: Athletic. A weapon for Richardson's big arm.

  Mike Evans, TB: Ten-straight seasons of 1000-yards.

  Diontae Johnson, CAR: Suffering from poor QB play. New home in Carolina.

  Christian Watson, GB: Can't shake hamstring issues.

  Terry McLaurin, WAS: Four-straight seasons of 1000-yards despite revolving door at QB.

  Romeo Doubs, GB: Many mouths to feed will cap his ceiling.

  Josh Downs, IND: Established himself as the No.2 wideout in IND.

  Marvin Mims, DEN: Field-stretcher. Should get more opportunities in year 2.

  Courtland Sutton, DEN: Emerged as top option in Denver passing game.

  Dontayvion Wicks, GB: One of may receiving targets for Love.

  Malachi Corley, NYJ: Third WR option in Jets offense.

  Ricky Pearsall, SF: Value will rise quickly if Deebo or Aiyuk get moved.

  Quentin Johnston, LAC: Struggled mightily as a rookie.

  Jerry Jeudy, CLE: Now behind Amari Cooper in Cleveland.

  Keenan Allen, CHI: Surprise move to the Bears. Rookie QB for 2024.

  Jalin Hyatt, NYG: Zero TDs on 40 targets in rookie season.

  Jahan Dotson, WAS: Hasn't shown capability of being a reliable WR2.

  Xavier Legette, CAR: A better version of Jonathan Mingo.

  Roman Wilson, PIT: Weak WR room could lead to early action for Wilson.

  Ja'Lynn Polk, NE: Unlikely to see volume until 2025.

  DeAndre Hopkins, TEN: Will new coaching staff want to retain Hopkins?

  Mike Williams, NYJ: Staying healthy will be key moving forward.

  Luke McCaffrey, WAS: Slot receiver that will struggle to see volume.

  Jakobi Meyers, LV: Coming off his best fantasy season.

  Troy Franklin, DEN: Reunited with Bo Nix.

  Rashod Bateman, BAL: More opportunities expected in 2024.

  Gabe Davis, JAC: Highly volatile. Rookie competition.

  Josh Palmer, LAC: Sneaky value given age. Keenan and Big-Mike left town.

  Rashid Shaheed, NO: Efficiency monster that should be more involved in 2024.

  Tyler Lockett, SEA: May need to restructure contract to stay in Seattle.

Treylon Burks, TEN: Two injury-filled seasons has led to 1 TD.

  Curtis Samuel, BUF: Could have a bigger role in Buffalo.

  Brandin Cooks, DAL: 8 TDs in first season with Dallas.

  Khalil Shakir, BUF: TE Kincaid may be a thorn in Shakir's side.

  Demario Douglas, NE: The Patriots are in serious need of an offensive overhaul.

  Wan'Dale Robinson, NYG: Low aDOT receiver in a bad passing offense.

  Jonathan Mingo, CAR: Carolina offense getting a reboot in 2024.