Shawn Siegele presents his Dynasty Top 200 with an in-depth look at his superflex tiers.
We’ve been cranking out the redraft and best ball content this month, but with the second wave of dynasty startups kicking off with training camps, it’s time for another look at my dynasty tiers. Our dynasty rankings now include both regular and Superflex formats. With TE Premium also gaining in popularity, readers have requested a full look at the top 200 with these features combined.
Our partners at the FFPC also provide us with ADP for this dynasty format, so I’ll also include images from our ADP Draft Grids in order to offer the contrast between price and ranking. For strategy sessions on this format, make sure to check out my breakdowns of the FFPC Dynasty Startup that Curtis Patrick and I recently concluded.
Keep in mind that FFPC leagues emphasize the RB position. My rankings should help you attack FFPC, as well as more balanced Superflex/TE Premium formats, and I’ve discussed draft strategies for this type of league as well.
As we navigate the rankings, I discuss tactics within and across tiers and offer links to player research. This provides a blueprint for drafting but also a resource for locating more in-depth analysis of key player targets.
The Dynasty Top 200
FFPC Dynasty Superflex/TE-Premium ADP (Rounds 1-4)
* I’ve designated my personal player targets in bold. Early in the rankings, almost all players are bolded. As we move later in the draft, that percentage falls and most players are not bolded as my ownership becomes more concentrated on undervalued targets.
Christian McCaffrey, Patrick Mahomes, Lamar Jackson
This is a mild change from the spring where I had McCaffrey alone at the top. Current ADP shows Mahomes in a virtual dead heat for the 1.01, and the combination of longevity and upside you get from the star QBs is enough to put them in the conversation for the No. 1 pick.