There aren’t many things more enjoyable than winning your dynasty fantasy football league. Succeeding in dynasty leagues requires a lot of things to go right, and it all starts with getting your dynasty fantasy football rankings right.
However, projecting how the world of fantasy football will play out week-to-week is tough, let alone trying to project years into the future as well. Therefore, why not utilize the collective minds of our fantasy football experts and their rankings to help you make your decisions?
Whether it’s the overall consensus dynasty fantasy football rankings you are after or you trust one of our experts specifically, the table below has all the dynasty answers you need. Our rankings cover non-PPR, half-PPR, and full-PPR scoring across both 1QB and Superflex/2QB leagues.
The table below is best viewed on a desktop. For mobile users, the best experience will be in landscape. You can select your preferred scoring setting using the drop-down options above the table. Additionally, you can sort the rankings by analyst within that scoring setting by clicking on the analyst’s name at the top of their respective column.
Rhamondre Stevenson, RB, New England Patriots
Analysis by Kyle Yates | Stevenson was absolutely fantastic in his opportunity last season as the main back in the New England Patriots offense. He proved that he’s capable of handling a significant workload, especially as a receiver, and fantasy managers that had him on their dynasty rosters most likely had a solid season.
This campaign was a bit of an outlier though given Bill Belichick’s background as the head coach of the Patriots. He has consistently shown a tendency to utilize a committee in his offenses over the years, but injuries to other RBs in New England last season paved the path for Stevenson to have a massive workload.
Moving into 2023, will Stevenson’s previous performance change Belichick’s approach to his historical utilization of RBs? If so, Stevenson’s dynasty ranking will hold up. If not, fantasy managers will be disappointed that they didn’t ship him off for max value before it’s too late.
Davante Adams, WR, Las Vegas Raiders
Analysis by Kyle Yates | Adams faced numerous questions going into 2022 as he was no longer going to be catching passes from Aaron Rodgers and instead would be the primary focus of Derek Carr in Las Vegas. It’s safe to say that Adams exceeded expectations though as he saw the highest target total of his NFL career and remained a top-tier fantasy football WR.
However, he’s worth monitoring for dynasty this year due to the unknowns with Jimmy Garoppolo stepping in to captain this offense. Is Adams QB proof or is this the year that he experiences a bit of a drop-off? At his age too, there’s a level of hesitancy with retaining him in a dynasty league before his production truly takes a nose dive.
All eyes in the dynasty community will be on him and Las Vegas in week one.
PFN’s dynasty fantasy football rankings are a consensus of our three analysts Kyle Yates, Kyle Soppe, and Jason Katz. Combined, they have more than three decades of fantasy football experience. Katz and Soppe are also members of the FSWA.
The three analysts individually rank the top 400 players, including defense and kickers, for the 2023 season and beyond. An average of the three rankings is then taken for each player to decide where they rank overall.