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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
TIGHT ENDS
Chg Rank Player Tm Age
  1 Sam LaPorta DET 23
  2 Trey McBride ARI 24
  3 Brock Bowers LV 21
  4 Kyle Pitts ATL 23
Tier 2
  5 Dalton Kincaid BUF 24
  6 T.J. Hockenson MIN 27
  7 Mark Andrews BAL 28
  8 Travis Kelce KC 34
  9 David Njoku CLE 28
  10 George Kittle SF 30
  11 Jake Ferguson DAL 25
Tier 3
  12 Luke Musgrave GB 23
  13 Pat Freiermuth PIT 25
  14 Evan Engram JAC 29
  15 Dallas Goedert PHI 29
  16 Dalton Schultz HOU 28
Tier 4
  17 Cade Otton TB 25
  18 Cole Kmet CHI 25
  19 Isaiah Likely BAL 24
  20 Tucker Kraft GB 23
  21 Ben Sinnott WAS 22
  22 Ja'Tavion Sanders CAR 21
  23 Michael Mayer LV 23
  24 Taysom Hill NO 33
  25 Theo Johnson NYG 23
Tier 5
  26 Chigoziem Okonkwo TEN 25
  27 Jelani Woods IND 25
  28 Hunter Henry NE 29
  29 Jonnu Smith MIA 28
  30 Juwan Johnson NO 27
31 Noah Fant SEA 28
32 Daniel Bellinger NYG 24
Tier 6
  33 Jared Wiley KC 23
  34 Darnell Washington PIT 22
  35 Tip Reiman ARI 22
  36 Erick All CIN 23
  37 Mike Gesicki CIN 28
  38 Colby Parkinson LAR 25
  39 Jeremy Ruckert NYJ 23
  40 Greg Dulcich DEN 24
 
COMMENTS
  Sam LaPorta, DET: Double-digit TDs in rookie season.

  Trey McBride, ARI: No.1 receiving option in Arizona.

  Brock Bowers, LV: One of the best TE prospects we've seen in years.

  Kyle Pitts, ATL: MCL injury in mid-November 2022 lingered into 2023.

  Dalton Kincaid, BUF: Stepped into a starting role as a rookie.

  T.J. Hockenson, MIN: Knee injury likely to cost him games in 2024.

  Mark Andrews, BAL: Ankle injury in December 2023.

  Travis Kelce, KC: Dominates the box score, but age is a concern.

  David Njoku, CLE: Still young enough to make a significant fantasy impact in the next 2-3 years.

  George Kittle, SF: High variance, highly explosive.

  Jake Ferguson, DAL: One of seven TEs with triple digit targets in 2023.

  Luke Musgrave, GB: Lack of targets could be a concern.

  Pat Freiermuth, PIT: QB concerns.

  Evan Engram, JAC: Led all TEs with 114 catches in 2023.

  Dallas Goedert, PHI: Will get lost in the shuffle, but high-powered offense keeps value high.

  Dalton Schultz, HOU: Many mouths to feed right now in HOU offense.

  Cade Otton, TB: Snap count monster in 2023.

  Cole Kmet, CHI: TE8 in PPR leagues in 2023. Rookie QB incoming.

  Isaiah Likely, BAL: Opportunities are limited behind Andrews.

  Tucker Kraft, GB: Competing with Musgrave for targets.

  Ben Sinnott, WAS: Only 33-year-old Zach Ertz is in front of him but is he more of a FB?

  Ja'Tavion Sanders, CAR: May earn playing time as a rookie but not likely to see a plethora of targets.

  Michael Mayer, LV: Incoming Bowers crushes Mayer's value.

  Taysom Hill, NO: Swiss-army knife offers intriguing value where he's TE eligible.

  Theo Johnson, NYG: Waller headed towards retirement?

  Chigoziem Okonkwo, TEN: Athleticism keeps in TE2 conversation despite volume concerns.

  Jelani Woods, IND: High athleticism. TEs haven't been involved in Colts passing game.

Daniel Bellinger, NYG: Expected to be defacto No.1 TE with Waller gone.

  Jared Wiley, KC: Likely two more years of Kelce.

  Darnell Washington, PIT: Freak athlete but won't reach ceiling playing behind Freiermuth.

  Tip Reiman, ARI: Stuck behind McBride.

  Greg Dulcich, DEN: Can't shake hamstring issue.