Dynasty Top 200 Rankings (April 2021)

Mar 30, 2021
Dynasty Top 200 Rankings (April 2021)

We are still about a month out from the NFL Draft and just went through a mild, but interesting, NFL Free Agency period. Those two events really shape NFL rosters and dynasty values heading into the NFL season and require vigilence when managing dynasty rosters. With part one, NFL Free Agency, largely settled, we can adjust values for veterans on new rosters, and which new teammates they impact. We can also begin to think about NFL Draft landing spots and where there are opportunities for rookies to make an impact, especially with some recent draft pick swaps.

I will leverage my top 200 dynasty board and give analysis along with tiers that will give a rough idea of player value. While every league and dynasty player will view a player’s value differently, it should represent a guide for dynasty players to work from as they think about their existing rosters and how to approach the offseason and potential trades or cuts.


Other Dynasty Rankings: Superflex Top 200 | Top 50 Rookies


*Rankings Last Updated on March 30th, 2021.

Tier 1

1. Christian McCaffrey (RB1)

2. Alvin Kamara (RB2)

3. DK Metcalf (WR1)

4. Saquon Barkley (RB3)

5. Jonathan Taylor (RB4)

A former resident here makes a triumphant return with Jonathan Taylor re-joining the pack. Despite the re-signing of Marlon Mack, Taylor faces little competition with a good offensive line and a passing game that shouldn't see much, if any, dropoff from last season. That combines with a young age and flimsy division to give him immediate and multiple years, barring injury, of strong production. The price remains around three random first-round picks being the initial cost (could take four or even five random first-round picks worth of value) to acquire one of these players.

Tier 2

6. Tyreek Hill (WR2)

7. A.J. Brown (WR3)

8. Justin Jefferson (WR4)

9. Dalvin Cook (RB5)

10. J.K. Dobbins (RB6)

11. Davante Adams (WR5)

12. CeeDee Lamb (WR6)

13. D'Andre Swift (RB7)

14. Nick Chubb (RB8)

15. Derrick Henry (RB9)

16. Chris Godwin (WR7)

17. Aaron Jones (RB10)

18. Josh Jacobs (RB11)

19. Stefon Diggs (WR8)

20. Cam Akers (RB12)

21. Calvin Ridley (WR9)

22. DeAndre Hopkins (WR10)

Aaron Jones really hit the jackpot by simply re-signing with Green Bay. Jamaal Williams is gone and the team did not seem sold on A.J. Dillon as the top running option. Add in Dillon's subpar receiving ability and Jones will have every chance to challenge for overall RB1 production for 2021. Payment is high with multiple first-round picks needed here, even with the strong rookie class this year.

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