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2015 Dynasty Rankings



It's never too early to start planning your run to fantasy football glory.
We've got your list of the top 60 Dynasty players as of January 2015. 









RankPlayer Comments
1Le'Veon Bell, Steelers, RB#1 option in a high powered offense with no splitting carries
2Dez Bryant, Cowboys, WRTop weapon on a team with a great offensive line
3Julio Jones, Falcons, WRHad a "down" year with 104/1593/6 in 15 games… Just 25 years old.
4Antonio Brown, Steelers, WR291 targets over the past two seasons, now more endzone looks.
5Rob Gronkowski, Patriots, TEThe most productive TE in history, when healthy.  
6Calvin Johnson, Lions, WRAnnual injury concerns, but when playing, is amazing.
7Andrew Luck, Colts, QBHe's got everything you want in a 15 year QB.
8A.J. Green, Bengals, WRIs a young, gamechanging, #1 receiver in a solid offense.
9Demaryius Thomas, Broncos, WRTons of upside, but who will be his QB going forward?
10Odell Beckham, Giants, WRRemarkable run to finish 2014, but loses some 2015 targets to Cruz.
11Eddie Lacy, Packers, RBBowling ball runner for a top offense, splits some carries with Starks.
12Jordy Nelson, Packers, WR#1 Target of Aaron Rodgers for the next 4+ years.
13DeMarco Murray, Cowboys, RBWould be #1, if we knew he'll be a Cowboy for a few more years.
14Alshon Jeffery, Bears, WRTaking over as the Bears top WR at age 24.
15Aaron Rodgers, Packers, QBTop two fantasy QB in 3 of last 4 seasons, still has 5+ elite years.
16Mike Evans, Buccaneers, WR1051 yards and 12 TDs as a rookie, will get a better QB in 2015.
17LeSean McCoy, Eagles, RBHis TDs are sporadic , but his yards are always solid.
18Jamaal Charles, Chiefs, RBTop option for a team dedicated to run. Split carries a bit though.
19Jimmy Graham, Saints, TEHad some nagging injuries in 2014, but should bounce back in 2015.
20T.Y. Hilton, Colts, WRExcellent #1 option of the top fantasy QB in the NFL
21Matt Forte, Bears, RBAlways consistent, but will the new regime change his role?
22Randall Cobb, Packers, WRPerfect #2 in Green Bay, but can the Packers re-sign him?
23Andre Ellington, Cardinals, RBHIs YPC were low, but played a brutal schedule in 2014.
24Jeremy Maclin, Eagles, WRHuge numbers with Foles, less great with Sanchez.
25Jeremy Hill, Bengals, RBTook over the 1st and 2nd down duties in Cincinnati 
26Kelvin Benjamin, Panthers, WRExcellent size, speed, ball skills and only 23 years old.
27Sammy Watkins, Bills, WRHad a rough 2nd half of 2014. But with a stud QB, he'd be top 10.
28Brandon Marshall, Bears, WRTarget machine for entire career, still has a few good years left.
29Russell Wilson, Seahawks, QBHe runs, he passes, and he rarely makes mistakes.
30DeAndre Hopkins, Texans, WRWith little QB help, managed 1200 yards and 5 TDs. Only 22 years old.
RankPlayer Comments
31Carlos Hyde, 49ers, RBShould move into the starter role, and produce excellent numbers.
32Marshawn Lynch, Seahawks, RBIf he stays in Seattle, he'll be awesome again, but will he?
33Arian Foster, Texans, RBAge and use are starting to catch up, but when in, is electric.
34Giovani Bernard, Bengals, RBSliding down boards due to Hill, but Gio is still a solid back.
35Cam Newton, Panthers, QBCarolina would do itself some good by adding a few playmakers.
36Jordan Matthews, Eagles, WRCame out strong early, will be an asset for Philadelphia for years.
37Brandin Cooks, Saints, WRInjury ended his 2014 early, but he'll produce with Brees around.
38Julius Thomas, Broncos, TEHis value will be determined by Manning, he is quite talented.
39Michael Floyd, Cardinals, WRThe #1 receiving option in ARI, but will Palmer stay healthy?
40Keenan Allen, Chargers, WRHad a down 2014, but Floyd and Gates, Allen will be a #1 option soon.
41Davante Adams, Packers, WRShowed signs of stardom.  Will he be the #2 in GB in 2015?
42Alfred Morris, Redskins, RBJust kept plugging along for a terrible WAS team, underrated.
43Matthew Stafford, Lions, QBNeeds to be more consistent, and Megatron needs to stay healthy.
44Matt Ryan, Falcons, QBHad a nice bounce-back 2014, and has a nice rapport with Julio.
45Josh Gordon , Browns, WRNot sure where he should be. If he stays on the field, can be top 5.
46Adrian Peterson, Vikings, RBAging, but has fresh legs after a year away. Could be a steal for 1-2 yrs.
47Drew Brees, Saints, QBContinues to produce well, but slowed in the final few games of 2014.
48Jordan Cameron, Browns, TEAn excellent talent, but needs a QB to get him the ball.
49Joique Bell, Lions, RBUnderrated, and in an offense that should create opportunity for him.
50Bishop Sankey, Titans, RBHad a difficult 2014, but has a chance to be a solid RB in TEN.
51Golden Tate, Lions, WRReally thrives in Detroit, and in his prime.
52Isaiah Crowell, Browns, RBTook hold of the starting job in CLE, will be a sleeper in 2015.
53Allen Robinson, Jaguars, WRHe was excellent before his injury. Should rise to top WR in JAX.
54Lamar Miller, Dolphins, RBHad a nice run once Moreno went down. May still split in 2015.
55DeSean Jackson, Redskins, WRBoom or bust every week. Needs more competent QB play.
56Philip Rivers, Chargers, QB2014 was another excellent year, but never elevates his game.
57Travis Kelce, Chiefs, TEGreat threat down the middle in KC, and is only 25.
58Mark Ingram, Saints, RBWhen he gets the carries, he's fantastic, but can he hold up.
59Donte Moncrief, Colts, WRWill take over for R.Wayne as a stud WR for Luck in IND.
60C.J. Anderson, Broncos, QBIf named the starter, moves up to top 20.

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