Week 10 Superflex and 1QB Dynasty Fantasy Rankings | Risers
QB – Deshaun Watson +1, Joe Burrow +1
Deshaun Watson is continuing to dominate without former Houston Texans HC Bill O’Brien, and all signs point to him being able to continue well into the future. He’s making his teammates look great. The same can also be said about Cincinnati Bengals QB Joe Burrow as well.
While Burrow was on a bye this week, he still went up a spot for me in my Superflex dynasty rankings because of just how well he’s performed this season overall. Even with Justin Herbert and Tua Tagovailoa both coming into their own, Burrow has still looked like the best rookie of the class thus far.
RB – Antonio Gibson +1, David Montgomery +4
Antonio Gibson and David Montgomery are both playing well on teams that desperately need them to perform. Gibson is starting to find his groove in the passing game, and Montgomery is finally starting to match his talent to his opportunity, both of which warrant positive adjustments in my PPR dynasty Superflex rankings this week.
WR – Tyreek Hill +1, Terry McLaurin +1
Tyreek Hill is just a freak of nature on the field. He’s easily been the best WR that no one talks about, quietly putting together a record-breaking season on a record-breaking offense. He’s just a stud week in and week out, no doubt about it.
Terry McLaurin, on the other hand, isn’t getting talked about as much because his team is struggling in multiple ways, the latest being another change at the QB position with the injury to Kyle Allen. McLaurin should get even more looks and learn how to be a true WR1 with Alex Smith, upping him on my Superflex dynasty rankings.
TE – T.J. Hockenson +1, Evan Engram +1
The two TE risers this week were small changes, and more likely due to their offenses missing pieces and having to rely on their play a little more. T.J. Hockenson lost teammate Kenny Golladay but seems to be doing well with the extra opportunity thus far. Evan Engram is finally starting to find end zone targets from QB Daniel Jones, and at this point, that’s all it takes to rise up the 1QB dynasty rankings at TE.
Superflex Dynasty Rankings | Fallers
QB – Kyler Murray -1, Aaron Rodgers -1
Kyler Murray was a beast this week, so seeing him as a faller is definitely odd. In reality, I just moved him behind Watson, but it’s still very close. Aaron Rodgers played well himself, but I moved Burrow ahead due to his youth and his own stellar performance as a rookie through nine weeks. Both are relatively small changes in their Superflex dynasty rankings.
RB – Melvin Gordon -2, Todd Gurley -1
Melvin Gordon and Todd Gurley are looking more and more like the aging running backs that they are. It looks as if their teams are moving on as well, with both just being ignored in their team’s gameplans. Try to trade both away before their value absolutely craters in the coming months.
WR – Chris Godwin -1, D.J. Moore -8
Chris Godwin takes a slight hit in my Superflex dynasty rankings with the addition of Antonio Brown, who definitely appears to be getting attention from Tom Brady, evidenced in his first game. This means Godwin could see fewer targets, which makes me nervous.
D.J. Moore, on the other hand, takes a major hit, just because it’s hard to recommend starting or trading for him until we really see his talent come back. It looks as if the Carolina Panthers are more interested in putting their offense in the hands of CMC and Robby Anderson, which was not expected at the start of the season.
TE – Darren Waller -1, Hunter Henry -1
Darren Waller and Hunter Henry both fell slightly, but neither are players you should be worried about. In general, the tight end position is a tough one to really nail down in dynasty, so minor changes like this are expected throughout the season in PPR dynasty rankings.
Dynasty Superflex 1QB PPR Rankings for Week 10
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