Shawn Siegele breaks down the big dynasty moves at running back and helps position your roster for a playoff push.
We offer two versions of our dynasty rankings – one with SF that can be used for formats like the RotoViz TriFlex leagues at the FFPC, and one with for more traditional formats. I’m updating these on an alternating week basis, and since they track each other closely other than the obvious value differences at QB, you can compare the sets to view recent moves.
The rankings include tiers that reflect our trade values. In today’s look at the RB position, I’ll be focusing on the most important moves, either players who have jumped a tier or moved from the bottom of a tier to the top.
Over the last handful of years, our evidence-based approach to prospect evaluation and dynasty tactics has paid off in a big way at the RB position, encouraging you to pay whatever it took to acquire stars like Christian McCaffrey and Jonathan Taylor (when they weren’t the clear 1.01 in their classes), while urging a more circumspect approach to Najee Harris. Can we keep the streak going?