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POLL CLOSED Player #14 Community Dynasty Rankings

WHO IS THE 14TH RANKED DYNASTY ASSET?    87 members have voted

  1. 1. Who would you rank 14th in a 12 team dynasty league, QB/RB/RB/WR/WR/WR/TE/K/DEF PPR with standard scoring?

    • Allen Robinson
      19
    • Sammy Watkins
      12
    • Devonta Freeman
      13
    • Dez Bryant
      5
    • TY Hilton
      9
    • Michael Thomas
      7
    • Melvin Gordon
      2
    • Rob Gronkowski
      13
    • Brandin Cooks
      1
    • Jarvis Landry
      1
    • Keenan Allen
      3
    • Other (Place name in reply so I can add it and tell me you are the one that clicked Other)
      0

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Rookie pick 1.2 takes the first pick of the 2d round (13th overall).  We seem to be losing consensus with 12 different players getting votes.    That poll/thread can be viewed here: https://forums.footballguys.com/forum/topic/754189-player-13-community-dynasty-rankings/

 

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Time to pick #14

Standings

1.  Odell Beckham

2.  Ezekiel Elliot

3.  Mike Evans

4.  David Johnson

5.  LeVeon Bell

6.  Antonio Brown

7.  Julio Jones

8.  Amari Cooper

9.  AJ Green

10.  (Tie) Deandre Hopkins

        & Rookie Pick 1.1

12.  Todd Gurley

Round 2

2.1 Rookie Pick 1.2

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Wow surprised at so much gronk support. This would be around a half round earlier than last years DLF ADP IIRC. Given the continued injury issues and another year older I'm selling at these prices (but unfortunately no one actually is buying trade wise at this value) :)

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22 minutes ago, jeaton6 said:

Wow surprised at so much gronk support. This would be around a half round earlier than last years DLF ADP IIRC. Given the continued injury issues and another year older I'm selling at these prices (but unfortunately no one actually is buying trade wise at this value) :)

He's only 27. 

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34 minutes ago, spider321 said:

He's only 27. 

He's got the back of a 72 year old. I am very concerned about his longevity. My remarks with some medicine background are documented in his thread. 

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I get the concerns about Gronk's back, but let's face it, at this point every player remaining has questions marks as big as Gronk's.  What puts Gronk in the running is that health is his only question mark... IF he is healthy, he is the safest bet in fantasy to have elite level performance. His age (27), his QB (Brady), his coach (Belichek), role in the offense, and his overall offense team/scheme all seem top notch for the next two years if not more.

By comparison, ARob has question marks related to his offense, his QB, his sharing of targets with a lot of other talented WR on the roster, and maybe his physical ability (which was the real ARob?  Watkins has the first two question marks plus health.  Devonta is getting a new OC, more of a committee, and the Superbowl losers slump; 

Now that we are in round two, all the blue-chip safe bets are gone.  Everyone starts to have significant warts.  Your rankings come down to which risk you are most comfortable with.

That said, I still went with Watkins here based purely on talent and what appears to be a dominant role when on the field and healthy.  I can't think of an elite level WR talent that did not eventually rise above situation.

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I've been voting TY Hilton the last three rounds. He seems underrated in comparison with the others listed. The combination of no major competition for WR1 status and top tier QB is unchallenged of the remaining WRs.

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18 minutes ago, Atomic Punk said:

I've been voting TY Hilton the last three rounds. He seems underrated in comparison with the others listed. The combination of no major competition for WR1 status and top tier QB is unchallenged of the remaining WRs.

I have been voting for Watkins the past few but it is hard to argue that Hilton isn't in a better situation and likely a wiser choice. 

I think Hilton is in the same tier as AJ Green and Cooper. I have Watkins, Allen, Robinson, Hopkins and Cooks in this tier as well, but I think it is easier to argue for Hilton belonging in this tier than the younger guys who haven't proven it consistently enough yet.

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25 minutes ago, Atomic Punk said:

I've been voting TY Hilton the last three rounds. He seems underrated in comparison with the others listed. The combination of no major competition for WR1 status and top tier QB is unchallenged of the remaining WRs.

I do like his situation, but I guess I still fear that when healthy, Moncrief will assume the #1 role in Indy and Hilton will drop to the 1A DeSean Jackson big play only type.

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45 minutes ago, Atomic Punk said:

I've been voting TY Hilton the last three rounds. He seems underrated in comparison with the others listed. The combination of no major competition for WR1 status and top tier QB is unchallenged of the remaining WRs.

Yeah, I really like Hilton short-term to put up good numbers.  The problem is he's 3-4 years older than some in this tier (Watkins, Robinson, Allen, Thomas) and he doesn't have the size of some like Dez and Jeffrey that are seen as having more longevity.  Smaller WRs drop off quicker once they lose a step - but he could be the exception like Steve Smith.     

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He is still only 27 so age is not much of a concern to me. I have had the size bias in the past but believe the shift has begun that these smaller guys can have long successful careers if the situation is right. I can really see TY having an Antonio Brown career trajectory.

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Perfect trade down spot. I just don't see guys I just have to have anymore. I could drop a full round with no issue and gain other pieces. 

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5 minutes ago, Crippler said:

Perfect trade down spot. I just don't see guys I just have to have anymore. I could drop a full round with no issue and gain other pieces. 

What would you charge to move down a round?

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37 minutes ago, jeaton6 said:

What would you charge to move down a round?

Best reasonable offer I got. Move up 2 rounds later maybe in a tier drop area. Try to get 2018 1st somehow as past has these things traded pretty easy in beginning. Anything that helps my team overall elsewhere. I can live with guys not on this list yet right now. 

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On 2/16/2017 at 6:38 PM, Brisco54 said:

I do like his situation, but I guess I still fear that when healthy, Moncrief will assume the #1 role in Indy and Hilton will drop to the 1A DeSean Jackson big play only type.

That won't happen, Hilton is a great route runner and is just a better receiver than Moncrief. The only thing Moncrief has over Hilton is size. 

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