Fantasy Football Dynasty Strategy 2022: Make smart trades, dominate your league with Draft Sharks’ dynasty rankings

Do you use dynasty rankings compiled by “gut feeling”? Then you might as well throw darts. Worse still, do you use composite dynasty rankings averaged from a whole range of types? Then you might as well use an ADP sheet.

If you want an edge – if you want to WIN your Dynasty League in 2022 – you need Dynasty Rankings powered by award-winning predictions; Dynasty rankings that take into account aging curves and average career lengths. Most importantly, you need dynasty rankings that are aligned with your league’s scoring system.

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The Draft Sharks Dynasty Leaderboard begins with our predictions for the current season, which have won numerous awards for accuracy. From there, we project each player’s three-year, five-year, and ten-year performance based on historical aging curves and career lengths.

Finally, our exclusive algorithm compares players across positions to calculate a dynasty total for each player (Dynasty DMVP). You can even tailor these stats to your league’s exact rules by creating a Dynasty Draft War Room.

Regularly updated as needed, our Dynasty Rankings provide a quick look at each player’s Age, Bye Week, and Dynasty ADP, as well as a quick analysis of each player’s Dynasty Value.

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So who are some of the players significantly higher than the consensus in the Draft Sharks Dynasty leaderboard? Here are five of them:

Saquon Barkley, RB, Giants

Barkley, who is now almost two years away from a cruciate ligament tear, has had a healthy offseason and is reportedly back in pre-injury form. He also received a major coaching upgrade with the arrival of former Bills OC Brian Daboll, and the Giants’ offensive line is trending up after they picked OT Evan Neal in the first round of this spring’s draft.

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Long term, Barkley is only 25 years old and entering his fifth NFL season. Our aging curves show that, on average, RBs produce 97 percent of their peak in year five, 95 percent in year six, and 90 percent in year seven. Based on this, Barkley is a solid choice for three more seasons of the high-end fantasy production.

Kareem Hunt, RB, Browns

Hunt is stuck behind Nick Chubb for 2022 (although he’ll immediately become an RB1 if Chubb misses the time), but Hunt is slated to get free hands next offseason and expects to land a leading job elsewhere. This guy already has a top 4 fantasy season on his resume and just turned 27 at the beginning of August.

Act for him now before his dynasty value skyrockets in the next off-season.

DJ Moore, WR, Panther

Moore’s NFL career is off to a great start. His 4,313 receiving yards in his first four seasons is the 13th most in NFL history. Moore and Stefon Diggs are the only players with rushing yards in each of the last three seasons.

Moore has felt a little underwhelmed in Fantasy just for not getting the four TDs to the top in a season, but savvy Dynasty players know TDs are fickle. Moore has more than seven TD seasons on the horizon. He’s too talented not to do it.

He’s only 25 as he enters his fifth season. Incidentally, according to our aging curves, year 5 is the peak of the WRs.

Rashod Bateman, WR, Ravens

Bateman ticked every analytical box we look to when evaluating incoming rookie WRs. He broke out as a true freshman in Minnesota, dominating his team’s production market shares through his three collegiate seasons and testing himself as the 81st percentile athlete on his Pro Day. We also liked his ribbon and compared him to Keenan Allen and Davante Adams in our scouting draft.

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Bateman’s rookie season was hampered by a groin injury and the absence of QB Lamar Jackson for six games, but the Ravens are clearly still confident considering they traded away WR Marquise Brown and didn’t add anything significant at the position this offseason .

The runway was cleared for a 2022 breakout for Bateman.

Dallas Goedert, TE, Eagles

Goedert has been one of the best pass-catching TEs in the game for a while. He has finished in the top 10 for yards per route for three straight seasons, including a second-place finish last year.

His fantasy production hasn’t always met those elite abilities because of TE Zach Ertz getting in the way, but after Ertz was traded to Arizona last year, Goedert has scored as one of the top 5 fantasy TEs in his last 10 healthy games. He did, despite the Eagles finishing last on pass attempts. This passing volume will increase in 2022 and beyond, which will help offset WR AJ Brown’s increased target competition.

We’re predicting Goedert to be one of the top five fantasy TEs this year, and his long-term value is enhanced by the fact that he’s only 27 years old — a year younger than George Kittle, two years younger than Darren Waller, and five years younger than Travis Kelce.

Ready to get the most analytical and accurate dynasty rankings on the web – customized to your league’s precise rules and scoring system?

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The Draft War Room applies our dynasty predictions to your league’s scoring rules to create custom leaderboards.

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It will then sync with your draft and adjust the leaderboard based on who is actually available in your league and where your team is weakest.

The Draft War Room is updated in real-time during the draft, giving you the best mathematical chance of making the perfect choice.

You can even switch the Draft War Room to “Win Now” mode, which weights this year’s production more heavily than the three, five, and 10 year projections.

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