There is no offseason in dynasty fantasy football. This is when managers must actively make moves to improve their rosters, stock up on rookie draft picks and prepare for the upcoming season. With free agency in play and the NFL Draft on the horizon, we here at Razzball have you covered with our dynasty trade chart, rookie rankings and my top 200 dynasty fantasy football rankings.

The goal of my dynasty rankings isn’t to be spicy; it’s to be accurate. I want to help you navigate your leagues and make the best possible decisions to win championship hardware and create your own dynasty.  

None of this is a perfect science. This early in the offseason, we’re basing our analysis on gut feeling and guessing what teams will do in free agency and the NFL Draft in April. As the dominoes fall and things become more apparent, our opinions and prognostications will change. With the free agency and the beginning of the new league year behind us, this is where I stand on the top 200 players in dynasty fantasy football formats in version 3.0 of my rankings.

Dynasty Rankings Top 200 Version 3.0

What Changed?

There was a flurry of action when the legal tampering period began last Monday, March 11th. Some notable moves that affected my rankings include Kirk Cousins signing with Atlanta, Tony Pollard landing in Tennessee, Jim Harbaugh letting Mike Williams and Austin Ekeler leave in free agency, and trading away Keenan Allen to the Bears.

There are bound to be more moves as we approach the NFL Draft. Bengals WR Tee Higgins is still on the trading block, Ryan Tannehill is still looming, QB-Needy teams are calling, and WR Michael Thomas is available to help a team looking to bolster its receiving corps. With that in mind, let’s see who moved the most in my latest dynasty rankings. 

Moving On Up!

Joe Mixon (RB – HOU) | RB23 to RB14

Joe Mixon has a new team and a new outlook on life. The veteran RB is stepping into a loaded offense with an offensive line that was better than expected in 2023 – ranked 15th overall versus Mixon’s alma mater in Cincinnati, which ranked 26th, per pff.com. 

With better offensive line play in Houston, Mixon can thrive. Not only will he likely get the bulk of carries over Dameon Pierce, but Mixon is also an adept pass catcher with massive PPR upside in the Texans’ offense. 

Drake London (WR – ATL) | WR11 to WR8

Moving Falcons WR Drake London up three spots in my dynasty rankings might not seem like a big deal. However, this is just the start. With Kirk Cousins now heading up the new-look offense in Atlanta, I am over the moon about this offense. 

We know London has the chops to be a top-tier WR in the NFL and for fantasy football purposes. The two men holding him back—Arthur Smith and Desmond Ridder—are gone. New offensive coordinator Zac Robinson has been the architect of the Los Angeles Rams’ electric passing game, and I expect him to get the most out of London and company.

Going Down, Down, Down

Justin Herbert (QB – LAC) | QB4 to QB8

I hate that it’s come to this, but new Chargers head coach Jim Harbaugh has left me no choice. In the last few weeks, the team allowed Austin Ekeler and Williams to leave in free agency and traded Keenan Allen to the Bears. Yes, the team has picks, but Harbaugh has only had two receivers go over 1,000 yards in his career as a head coach, so regardless, it isn’t looking good for Herbert. 

Whether or not this Chargers team leans more run-heavy, as Harbaugh likes, Herbert is still undeniably talented and a QB1. However, the perceived lack of volume has me dropping him out of that first tier. 

Tony Pollard (RB – TEN) | RB10 to RB17

In the interest of fairness, I have never been a Tony Pollard guy. Yes, he’s shown flashes of being a great back, but I have never believed he would be effective as the lead back in any offense. While it’s fair to factor in that he struggled returning from a brutal knee injury, that doesn’t change my opinion. 

Pollard is out of the Lone Star state and is now paired with second-year RB Tyjae Spears in Nashville. I kept Pollard as a mid-range RB2 because I believe there is value to be had here for fantasy, but Spears will take over the lead role in a new offense that appears to favor Spears’ skill set.

The Rest

Check out the table below for the rest of my dynasty fantasy football PPR Superflex Top 200 rankings (they’re downloadable!), and make sure to follow me on X (formerly Twitter) @NatePolvogt

Also, look out for a new episode of Dynasty Diehards with me, Nate Polvogt & Matt Chester this Friday on the Razzball YouTube channel. 

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