2019 Top 250 Dynasty Rankings + Top 50 Rookie Rankings

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As we enter the 2019 fantasy football season, there are a fresh crop of rookies that will enter the dynasty player pool. We also have some second and third year guys hanging around to still prove their fantasy worth. My dynasty rankings will differ from other rankings you see posted on the site, and that is due to the dynasty format changing how we value players in the long run compared to just a single season. Below are 250 players ranked, as well as a rookie rankings for those still to draft for this rookie class. Be sure to check in regularly, as rankings will be updated up until the start of the regular season.

2019’s Top 50 Rookie Rankings

RankingNamePositionTeamAge
1Josh JacobsRBOAK21
2David MontgomeryRBCHI22
3Miles SandersRBPHI22
4Kyler MurrayQBARI22
5T.J. HockensonTEDET22
6Deebo SamuelWRSF23
7N’Keal HarryWRNE21
8Parris CampbellWRIND22
9A.J. BrownWRTEN22
10Mecole HardmanWRKC22
11Darrell HendersonRBLAR22
12D.K. MetcalfWRSEA21
13Noah FantTEDEN21
14JJ Arcega-WhitesideWRPHI22
15Andy IsabellaWRARI22
16Damien HarrisRBNE22
17Marquise BrownWRBAL22
18Devin SingletaryRBBUF22
19Hakeem ButlerWRARI23
20Irv Smith JrTEMIN21
21Justice HillRBBAL21
22Alexander MattisonRBMIN21
23Ryquell ArmsteadRBJAX22
24Miles BoykinWRBAL22
25Diontae JohnsonWRPIT22
26Dwayne HaskinsQBWAS22
27Benny SnellRBPIT21
28Dexter WilliamsRBGB22
29Jace SternbergerTEGB23
30Kelvin HarmonWRARI22
31Josh OliverTEJAX22
32Riley RidleyWRCHI23
33Terry McLaurinWRWAS23
34Daniel JonesQBNYG22
35Bryce LoveRBWAS22
36Dawson KnoxTEBUF22
37Kahale WarringTEHOU22
38Darwin ThompsonRBKC22
39Drew LockQBDEN22
40Jalen HurdWRSF23
41Myles GaskinRBMIA22
42Qadree OllisonRBATL22
43Rodney AndersonRBCIN22
44KeeSean JohnsonWRARI22
45Jordan ScarlettRBCAR23
46Emmanuel HallWRCHI22
47Trayveon WilliamsRBCIN21
48Gary JenningsWRSEA22
49Travis HomerRBSEA21
50Mike WeberRBDAL22

Immediate Touches & Targets

While this draft class is more well known for the defensive players coming out, this could turn out to be a pretty solid offensive class as well. There are several players on the offensive side that will see touches and targets right off the bat. Josh Jacobs is your number one ranked rookie coming into the year. At 21 years old, and out of Alabama, he will walk into a starting role right off the bat. Jacobs projects to be an RB2 in re-draft leagues, and is your consensus number one when it comes to dynasty out of this class. The plus with Jacobs in comparison to other rookie backs is the ability to play all three downs, and also be a strong pass protecting back.

Both David Montgomery and Miles Sanders landed in pretty good offenses, but Montgomery is going to get the nod for me here. Both offenses can commit to the run, but Chicago has been one of the most run heavy teams over the last few seasons. The Bears traded Jordan Howard, and while Tarik Cohen is still there, Montgomery can produce RB2 like work for fantasy. Miles Sanders won’t quite have the same workload as Montgomery and Jacobs, but over 150 touches is certainly a plus for a rookie back.

It was a perfect landing spot for N’Keal Harry, going to play with Tom Brady, but also on a team with so many targets gone from last year. 80+ targets is certainly reasonable for Harry, and out of the rookie wideouts that went in the first round, Harry is in the best spot. A.J. Brown and D.K. Metcalf will be in strong roles, but not quite in great passing offenses or even high volume ones. 50-60 targets is still a nice number, but there is a difference between them and Harry up top.

Rookie Quarterbacks

We can over analyze the size of Kyler Murray, but was uber efficient at Oklahoma and is extremely versatile. Even in re-draft leagues, Murray is a viable option, but his dynasty potential is sky high. A lot of that has to do with an offensive friendly coach coming in, and great WR picks in the draft. The Cardinals cleared the way for him by trading Josh Rosen. With Murray’s like rushing production, this opens the door for a top half quarterback finish.

There is a steep drop in guaranteed playing time after Murray, but Dwayne Haskins will be starting in Washington at some point this season. Case Keenum could start early in the year, which should not last long. Haskins does not have the running upside of Murray, but is a strong arm and shows a lot of potential as a pocket passer. The downside for Haskins at the moment is that his surrounding weapons are average at best.

Daniel Jones and Drew Lock both are in quarterback battles with over the hill quarterbacks that should not be starting for their respective teams. Neither had high praise during the draft process, and neither walk into the stablest of teams for fantasy production at the moment. In the long run Jones could be productive with his surrounding cast, where Lock is in no man’s land. The two quarterbacks have zero fantasy upside in year one, but year two is where we will see their real potential. Lock is the more athletic quarterback with some sneaky mobility and big arm strength. Jones is quite the opposite. If you are in need of an upside quarterback, you are better off waiting till next season.

A Potential TE Class For The Future

There are seven tight ends ranked inside the top 50 above, and two of them jump off the charts as potential stars. Generally we have to wait a few years before we see tight end production, so patience is key. However, there are a few options that could generate production early. T.J. Hockenson went eighth overall, and projects to see over 50 targets in year one. Detroit still wants to be a run heavy team, god knows why, but Hockenson is in an offensive with a lack of pass-catching options. Hockenson is a receiving tight end who is also an above average blocker. He will see plenty of snaps in year one. With his athleticism, and the comps to some of the greats, it wouldn’t be a shocker to see him produce in year one.

Noah Fant is the other Iowa tight end that went 20th overall. He is a stud, and the difference between him and Hockenson is he isn’t a great blocker. It might a log jam early on, but I expect Fant to breakout at the midway point of the season and really gain big snaps. Minnesota isn’t going to use Irv Smith Jr right away, and the extension of Kyle Rudolph came at an odd time. This puts Smith in a weird spot moving forward, and the outlook isn’t as high in the long term. He is a raw talent who didn’t have much college production, but looks to be a potential receiving threat in a few years.

The rest of the names on the rankings are guys that will take a longer route to fantasy production. The athleticism and opportunity is certainly there for the taking, we just need to wait it out. Dawson Knox is one of the more athletic tight ends, who has a real shot of getting targets early. 2020 is more likely to see names like Jace Sternberger get more production. Jimmy Graham will be 33, and his time in the NFL is coming to an end.

2019’s Top 250 Dynasty Rankings

RankingPlayerPosition RankingTeamAge
1Saquon BarkleyRB1NYG22
2Christian McCaffreyRB2CAR23
3Ezekiel ElliottRB3DAL24
4Alvin KamaraRB4NO23
5DeAndre HopkinsWR1HOU27
6Michael ThomasWR2NO26
7Odell Beckham Jr.WR3CLE26
8Davante AdamsWR4GB26
9JuJu Smith-SchusterWR5PIT22
10Joe MixonRB5CIN23
11Todd GurleyRB6LAR24
12Mike EvansWR6TB25
13Dalvin CookRB7MIN23
14Travis KelceTE1KC29
15Melvin GordonRB8LAC26
16James ConnerRB9PIT24
17Amari CooperWR7DAL25
18Patrick MahomesQB1KC23
19George KittleTE2SF25
20Le'Veon BellRB10NYJ27
21Nick ChubbRB11CLE23
22Keenan AllenWR8LAC27
23Antonio BrownWR9OAK30
24David JohnsonRB12ARI27
25Julio JonesWR10ATL30
26Stefon DiggsWR11MIN25
27Josh Jacobs (R)RB13OAK21
28Brandin CooksWR12LAR25
29Kerryon JohnsonRB14DET21
30Zach ErtzTE3PHI28
31Kenny GolladayWR13DET25
32Leonard FournetteRB15JAX24
33Adam ThielenWR14MIN28
34TY HiltonWR15IND29
35Tyreek HillWR16KC25
36Sony MichelRB16NE24
37DJ MooreWR17CAR22
38Calvin RidleyWR18ATL24
39Aaron JonesRB17GB24
40Chris GodwinWR19TB23
41Evan EngramTE4NYG24
42AJ GreenWR20CIN30
43Robert WoodsWR21LAR27
44Marlon MackRB18IND23
46Allen RobinsonWR22CHI25
47David Montgomery (R)RB19CHI22
48N'Keal Harry (R)WR23NE21
49Derrick HenryRB20TEN25
50Miles Sanders (R)RB21PHI22
51Deshaun WatsonQB3HOU23
52Sammy WatkinsWR24KC26
53Tyler BoydWR25CIN24
54OJ HowardTE5TB24
55Baker MayfieldQB4CLE24
56Derrius GuiceRB22WAS22
57Devonta FreemanRB23ATL27
58Tyler LockettWR26SEA26
59Cooper KuppWR27LAR26
60Rashaad PennyRB24SEA23
61Mike WilliamsWR28LAC24
62Corey DavisWR29TEN24
63Jarvis LandryWR30CLE26
64Hunter HenryTE6LAC24
65Courtland SuttonWR31DEN23
66Christian KirkWR32ARI22
67Kareem HuntRB25CLE23
68Chris CarsonRB26SEA24
69Sterling ShepardWR33NYG26
70Dante PettisWR34SF23
71Phillip LindsayRB27DEN24
72Will FullerWR35HOU25
73Kenyan DrakeRB28MIA25
74James WhiteRB29NE27
75Robby AndersonWR36NYJ26
76Tarik CohenRB30CHI23
77Keke CouteeWR37HOU22
78Jared GoffQB5LAR24
79Damien WilliamsRB31KC26
80Carson WentzQB6PHI26
81Alshon JefferyWR38PHI29
82Aaron RodgersQB7GB35
83Kyler Murray (R)QB8ARZ21
84Tevin ColemanRB32SF26
85David NjokuTE7CLE22
86AJ Brown (R)WR39TEN21
87Darrell Henderson (R)RB33LAR21
88TJ Hockenson (R)TE8DET21
89DK Metcalf (R)WR40SEA21
90Russell WilsonQB9SEA30
91Deebo Samuel (R)WR41SF23
92Parris Campbell (R)WR42IND21
93James WashingtonWR43PIT23
94Cam NewtonQB10CAR30
95Noah Fant (R)TE9DEN21
96Anthony MillerWR44CHI24
97Mecole Hardman (R)WR45KC21
98Royce FreemanRB34DEN23
99Lamar MillerRB35HOU28
100Dede WestbrookWR46JAX25
101Dak PrescottQB11DAL25
102Eric EbronTE10IND26
103JJ Arcega-Whiteside (R)WR47PHI22
104Andy Isabella (R)WR48ARI22
105Damien Harris (R)RB36NE22
106Marquise Brown (R)WR49BAL22
107Michael GallupWR50DAL23
108Matt RyanQB12ATL34
109Mark IngramRB37BAL29
110Devin Singletary (R)RB38BUF21
111Hakeem Butler (R)WR51ARI23
112Austin HooperTE11ATL24
113Tre'Quan SmithWR52NO23
114Trey BurtonTE12CHI27
115Kirk CousinsQB13MIN30
116Julian EdelmanWR53NE33
117Ronald JonesRB39TB21
118Ben RoethlisbergerQB14PIT37
119Mitchell TrubiskyQB15CHI24
120Drew BreesQB16NO40
121Jordan HowardRB40PHI24
122Jameis WinstonQB17TB25
123Irv Smith Jr. (R)TE13MIN20
124DaeSean HamiltonWR54DEN24
125Curtis SamuelWR55CAR22
126Sam DarnoldQB18NYJ22
127Matthew StaffordQB19DET31
128Jimmy GaroppoloQB20SF27
129Tyrell WilliamsWR56OAK27
130Jared CookTE14NO32
131Marvin JonesWR57DET29
132Lamar JacksonQB21BAL22
133Josh AllenQB22BUF23
134Ito SmithRB41ATL23
135Marquez Valdes-ScantlingWR58GB24
136Golden TateWR59NYG30
137Derek CarrQB23OAK28
138Duke JohnsonRB42CLE25
139Dallas GoedertTE15PHI24
140Mark AndrewsTE16BAL23
141Vance McDonaldTE17PIT29
142Dion LewisRB43TEN28
143Jerick McKinnonRB44SF27
144Chris HerndonTE18NYJ23
145Quincy EnunwaWR60NYJ27
146Kyle RudolphTE19MIN29
147Tom BradyQB24NE41
148Carlos HydeRB45KC28
149Justice Hill (R)RB46BAL21
150Ian ThomasTE20CAR22
151Kalen BallageRB47MIA23
152Randall CobbWR61DAL28
153Marcus MariotaQB25TEN25
154Nyheim HinesRB48IND22
155Geronimo AllisonWR62GB25
156Josh RosenQB26MIA22
157Peyton BarberRB49TB24
158Antonio CallawayWR63CLE22
159Devante ParkerWR64MIA26
160Jaylen SamuelsRB50PIT23
161Mike GesickiTE21MIA23
162Alexander Mattison (R)RB51MIN21
163D'Onta ForemanRB52HOU23
164Ryquell Armstead (R)RB53JAX22
165Robert FosterWR65BUF25
166Miles Boykin (R)WR66BAL22
167Josh ReynoldsWR67LAR24
168Kenny StillsWR68MIA27
169Donte MoncriefWR69PIT25
170DJ CharkWR70JAX22
171Diontae Johnson (R)WR71PIT22
172Dwayne Haskins (R)QB27WAS22
173Jamison CrowderWR72NYJ26
174Austin EkelerRB54LAC24
175Latavius MurrayRB55NO29
176Jonnu SmithTE22TEN23
177Devin FunchessWR73IND25
178LeSean McCoyRB56BUF30
179Benny Snell (R)RB57PIT21
180Jack DoyleTE23IND29
181Justin WatsonWR74TB23
182Paul RichardsonWR75WAS27
183Philip RiversQB28LAC37
184Albert WilsonWR76MIA26
185John BrownWR77BUF29
186Larry FitzgeraldWR78ARI35
187Demarcus RobinsonWR79KC24
188Dexter Williams (R)RB58GB22
189Jace Sternberger (R)TE24GB22
190Marqise LeeWR80JAX27
191DeSean JacksonWR81PHI32
192Kelvin Harmon (R)WR82WAS21
193Josh Oliver (R)TE25JAX22
194Riley Ridley (R)WR83CHI22
195Terry McLaurin (R)WR84WAS23
196Jamaal WilliamsRB59GB24
197Daniel Jones (R)QB29NYG22
198Nelson AgholorWR85PHI26
199Bryce Love (R)RB60WAS21
200Dawson Knox (R)TE26BUF22
201Chase EdmondsRB61ARI23
202Adam ShaheenTE27CHI25
203Zay JonesWR86BUF24
204Chris ThompsonRB62WAS28
205Adam HumphriesWR87TEN25
206David MooreWR88SEA24
207Jimmy GrahamTE28GB32
208Jordan ReedTE29WAS28
209Justin JacksonRB63LAC23
210Kahale Warring (R)TE30HOU22
211Greg OlsenTE31CAR34
212Andy DaltonQB30CIN31
213John RossWR89CIN23
214Gerald EverettTE32LAR24
215Mike DavisRB64CHI26
216Hayden HurstTE33BAL25
217Matt BreidaRB65SF24
218Equanimeous St BrownWR90GB22
219Josh DoctsonWR91WAS26
220Darwin Thompson (R)RB66KC22
221Delanie WalkerTE34TEN34
222Cole BeasleyWR92BUF30
223Mohamed SanuWR93ATL29
224Emmanuel SandersWR94DEN32
225Drew Lock (R)QB31DEN22
226Giovani BernardRB67CIN27
227Jalen Hurd (R)WR95SF23
228CJ UzomahTE35CIN26
229Joe FlaccoQB32DEN34
230TJ YeldonRB68BUF25
231Deon CainWR96IND22
232Myles Gaskin (R)RB69MIA22
233Qadree Ollison (R)RB70ATL22
234Rashard HigginsWR97CLE24
235Rodney Anderson (R)RB71CIN22
236Kelvin BenjaminWR98KC28
237Nick VannettTE36SEA26
238Keelan ColeWR99JAX26
239Nick FolesQB33JAX30
240Josh GordonWR100NE28
241KeeSean Johnson (R)WR101ARI22
242Jordan Scarlett (R)RB72WAS34
243Ricky Seals-JonesTE37ARI24
244Emmanuel Hall (R)WR102CHI22
245Trayveon Williams (R)RB73CIN21
246Cameron BrateTE38TB27
247Tyler EifertTE39CIN28
248Gary Jennings (R)WR103SEA22
249Travis Homer (R)RB74SEA21
250Mike Weber (R)RB75DAL22

Aftermath In Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh SteelersThere was a changing of the guard in Pittsburgh last season, as we have seen multiple offensive players leave. Le’Veon Bell is now in New York, and Antonio Brown is in Oakland. Pittsburgh was been excellent at lining up replacements over the last decade in the offense, and they have talented skill position players ready to go for the next decade. Looking back at 2018 with Brown still in the mix, JuJu Smith-Schuster produced a 111-1426-7 line and had 166 targets. James Conner took a lead back role with 215 carries and 55 receptions. He had over 1,300 all-purpose yards and 13 total touchdowns. 2019 projections look awfully similar, and we know this is now the core moving forward. Even if the Steelers move to a 60/40 workload, Conner is still a strong back for the next few seasons.

Looking towards who is going to fill the void of Antonio Brown and other options in the receiving core, Donte Moncrief and James Washington standout. Washington was a standout product at Oklahoma State, and was drafted in the third round last year. Moncrief has bounced around, and health has been his biggest issue. Around 80 targets a piece is a reasonable outcome for them. Benny Snell Jr. and Jaylen Samuels are going to see some time behind Conner, and Snell is the long term project, where Samuels is a temporary option for the Steelers. Barring injury, Snell is destined for a bigger role over the next few seasons. Diontae Johnson was drafted with the 66th overall pick out of Toledo. 2020+ seems to be where his fantasy production can begin, and he will need some work. However, tremendous landing spot for him here.

Risers & Fallers

Amari Cooper was one player most were ready to cut ties with, but a move to Dallas has changed his future trajectory. He is in a solid offense, and is a true WR1. Not that he wasn’t in Oakland, but this offense is much more stable. He played 11 games in Dallas, and finished the season with a 75-1005-7 line. Look for him to take a bigger step in 2019, and has moved into the top 20. Kenny Golladay passed a few bigger names, as he is the WR1 now in Detroit. He saw 120 targets last season, posting a 70-1063-5 line. Despite Detroit’s idiotic attempt to be run heavy, Golladay’s volume is safe and sound.

The looming 31-year-old A.J. Green is trickling down the rankings and the fact he has played 29 out of 48 games over the last three seasons is a concern. He has failed to surpass the 1,000 yard mark in two of the last three years, with a combined total of 18 touchdowns just isn’t cutting it. Corey Davis sits in the mid 60s for the rankings, which is a bit lower than some others. He is in a run heavy Tennessee offense, and is not efficient with his targets. There are more weapons now in Tennessee, so it is hard to bank on that elite volume again. Davis isn’t a big touchdown producer, and his overall upside seems capped. Be on the lookout, Davis could slide further down.

Jason has been playing fantasy football for 20 years, starting back when Marshall Faulk was the top fantasy pick. He is well versed in various fantasy formats, from dynasty to super-flex. Jason not only enjoys playing, but helping others further their game.

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