Dynasty Superflex/2QB Top 200 Rankings (Inaugural Edition)

Jul 06, 2020
Dynasty Superflex/2QB Top 200 Rankings (Inaugural Edition)

Of all the format variants in fantasy football, Superflex has become perhaps the most popular. When gauging dynasty players, roughly 50% participate in at least one superflex league and that number is likely growing. For those who haven't played, Superflex leagues allow a flex spot that is quarterback eligible, potentially providing two quarterbacks the ability to contribute to a weekly lineup. This is only slightly different from two-quarterback leagues that mandate the use of two signal-callers in a starting lineup. In either format, the quarterback becomes much more valuable, and nearly every team tries to start two of them due to the higher floor, overall consistency relative to other positions, the longevity of top options, and the high ceilings they can represent.


Other Dynasty Rankings: Regular Top 200


My general strategy in the past has been to leverage the depth of the position and pick three to four options to stream weekly. However, the depth has been ravaged some by aging, productive quarterbacks playing year-to-year and younger options who have failed to show much consistency early on. It has shifted me more towards an elite approach, trying to get two of the top-10 quarterbacks in startup drafts with later picks focused on mining young, upside players for breakouts. Whatever your approach, understand that quarterbacks will be at a premium in your league and it is better to keep the cupboard consistently full via the startup and rookie drafts rather than play from behind seeking out a trade.

Tier 1

1. Lamar Jackson (QB1)

2. Patrick Mahomes (QB2)

3. Christian McCaffrey (RB1)

4. Saquon Barkley (RB2)

Unlike my regular dynasty rankings, Tier 1 is smaller and features two quarterbacks at the top. Any of these four can be the 1.01 in a dynasty startup and I wouldn't blink, but these two young quarterbacks are both under age 25 and could carry a dynasty team for the next decade. It's rare to find signal callers that are a positional advantage and are still so young, which breaks the tie for me relative to the running backs.

Tier 2

5. Michael Thomas (WR1)

6. Ezekiel Elliott (RB3)

7. Alvin Kamara (RB4)

8. Kyler Murray (QB3)

9. Dalvin Cook (RB5)

10. Deshaun Watson (QB4)

Much like Tier 1, this group is infiltrated by a pair of young quarterbacks with the added mobility to provide a high weekly floor for dynasty players. They are intertwined with other elite options at the wide receiver and running back positions and represent the second part of what I would consider the elite players in Superflex and two-quarterback formats.

Tier 3

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