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2019 Fantasy Football Dynasty Rankings

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Fantasy Six Pack’s 2019 Fantasy Football Dynasty Rankings will be updated throughout the NFL season for all your dynasty needs. No matter if you’re new to dynasty, checking rankings for in-season moves, or making trades for next year, keep this page bookmarked for an up to date resource.

True dynasty leagues tend to have more roster spots than a traditional redraft or keeper league and you’re most likely keeping almost, if not all, of your players on a year to year basis. Youth, upside, contract situation and talent are the main factors to take into account when playing in this type of fantasy format.

The league format our 2019 Fantasy Football Dynasty Rankings are based on: 12 Team, PPR, 1 QB, 2 RB, 2 WR, 1 TE, 1 RB/WR/TE Flex.


If you’re playing a Superflex or two-quarterback league, you’ll want to prioritize the quarterback position more than what we have listed by at least a round or two. Three wide receiver leagues are becoming more popular so in a similar fashion, move the wide receivers up by 8-12 picks for your league’s rankings.

In addition to our 2019 Fantasy Football Dynasty Rankings, sure to check out more Fantasy Six Pack Fantasy Football content with our 2019 Draft Kit

Dynasty Rankings Who I’m Higher On

Kerryon Johnson, RB, Detriot Lions

Johnson is 22 years old, plays for an offensive coordinator who wants to pound the rock, he has the ability to catch the ball and has no competition for touches outside of C.J. Anderson. This is quite the checklist for dynasty.

Derrius Guice, RB, Washington Redskins

Odell Beckham Jr., Le’Veon Bell, Keenan Allen and a number of other players throughout the years have slipped in either rookie drafts or drafts early in their careers because of injuries. The thing these three and Guice have in common is an elite skill set. Talent usually wins out. Have patience.

Miles Sanders, RB, Philadelphia Eagles

The time to buy Sanders is now while the consensus is the Eagles don’t use a feature back. Perhaps they haven’t in the past because they haven’t had one. Sanders needs to work on his pass protection in order to displace Jordan Howard but that should happen by the end of the season.

Chris Godwin, WR, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

If you’re an analytics and physical measurements nerd then you already know about Godwin. Godwin tests off the charts in terms of physical ability for someone of his size. The third-year breakout is coming. Buy now.

Corey Davis, WR, Tennessee Titans

A.J. Brown is going to be legitimate competition for targets but Davis, like Godwin, is a freak athlete entering his third year. Davis saw 112 targets last year and averaged nearly 14 yards per reception. If that’s a bust for a 24-year-old with the pedigree Davis has, sign me up.

Anthony Miller, WR, Chicago Bears

There are knocks against Miller in regards to his age, QB situation and injury history over the last two season, which is fair. In dynasty, we’re looking for upside and Miller has it.

Mitch Trubisky is by no means the most accurate QB. He’s probably not even the most accurate QB on his own team, but he looked for Miller last season when it mattered. Miller scored seven TDs on less than 60 targets, in large part because of his ability to separate.

He was dealing with injuries all last season and should be healthy for 2019. It wouldn’t surprise me to see Miller take over as the number one WR in Chicago.

Albert Wilson, WR, Miami Dolphins

Wilson is still young enough, at age 27, to warrant our attention. We’re looking for undervalued upside in dynasty which is why we’re looking at Bert. Wilson is one of the most explosive receivers in the league with the ball in his hands. Ryan Fitzpatrick turned Kendall Wright into a 100 catch stud. Sign me up for Bert Wilson.

Austin Hooper, TE, Atlanta Falcons

Everyone is looking for the next George Kittle in O.J. Howard, Evan Engram and Hunter Henry. While those projections might come to fruition, Hooper may, in fact, be the next Zach Ertz and no one is paying attention.

Dynasty Rankings Who I’m Lower On

Damien Williams, RB, Kansas City Chiefs

There’s already talk of Williams being banged up in camp and Darwin Thompson looking good. The reason for that? Because everyone looks good in this system.

A.J. Green, WR, Cincinnati Bengals

Green is one of the most physically gifted receivers the league has ever seen. Unfortunately for dynasty owners, he’s also now over 30, in a new offensive system, has a legit WR 2 option across from him in Tyler Boyd, has the best RB he’s ever played with in Joe Mixon, and is coming off toe surgery. Too many red flags for a man of his age.

Marlon Mack, RB, Indianapolis Colts

I believe Marlon Mack is a decent enough running back. I also believe we need to pay attention to what teams show us. The Colts drafted two RBs last season in Jordan Wilkins and Nyheim Hines. The Colts also signed Spencer Ware this offseason. They’re telling us they’re not completely sold. If they’re not, then neither am I.

D.K. Metcalf, WR, Seattle Seahawks

Too much hype, not enough route-running ability. Cordarrelle Patterson 2.0.

Emmanuel Sanders, WR, Denver Broncos

Sanders has been great for dynasty owners over the years and once again, he looks poised to produce. Reports out of camp suggest you’d barely know Sanders suffered a torn Achilles late in the 2018 season.

Sanders might surprise us all and be ready for Week 1. He also might follow the pattern of 32-year-old NFL players coming off serious injuries and lose a step or re-injure himself.

I’m buying Courtland Sutton and DaeSean Hamilton while I still can.

Mecole Hardman, WR, Kansas City Chiefs

Tyreek Hill insure is not valuable when Tyreek Hill is playing. Sure, Hill might get traded but Hardman is nowhere near the athlete Hill was coming out of college. It’s not a plug and play situation.

2019 Fantasy Football Dynasty Rankings

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About John LaPresto

John has been playing fantasy sports for 20 years because he's now old. John is a member of the FSWA, is a two time Scott Fish Bowl finalist and has had work published on sites such as SoCalledFantasyExperts, DynastyNerds, and RotoExperts. When he's not researching fantasy spreadsheets, he's in the Boston area acting as a husband, a dad, and a dog owner.

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