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2024 Superflex Dynasty Rankings: Post NFL Draft Update

Many dynasty football leagues now play in a superflex format. There are stark contrasts in quarterback value versus other skill positions in superflex dynasty football rankings due to positional scarcity, so you’ll notice that I have many quarterbacks ranked higher overall. Beyond that, there are even nuances that change where quarterbacks are ranked within the position.

Quarterback age and starting longevity are far bigger priorities in superflex formats, which changes how I have quarterbacks ranked between the formats. In 1QB leagues, quarterback prospects with upside are coveted over safe starters because backup quarterbacks are rarely needed outside of injuries and bye weeks. However, in superflex leagues, consistent producers at QB2 and QB3 on dynasty rosters are necessary depth since it’s beneficial for the vast majority of teams start two quarterbacks every week.

The influx of a talented 2024 rookie class has shaken up these superflex dynasty rankings, as there are a ton of rookie quarterbacks to now consider. Caleb Williams is the locked-in 1.01 in most superflex rookie drafts, but Jayden Daniels, J.J. McCarthy, and a number of other quarterbacks will also be first-round rookie picks in superflex, which will push down some running back and wide receiver values to the second round. Many players’ values are also dependent on whether a roster is contending for a title or in the process of rebuilding, but in general, dynasty rankings align much more closely with redraft rankings in-season.

Here are my updated top-200 ranked players assuming a superflex format with PPR scoring (you can find my 1QB dynasty rankings here). And be sure to check back for updated superflex dynasty rankings after training camps begin!

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Superflex Dynasty Rankings

Last updated on Thursday, May 9th.

RankPos RkPlayerPosTeamCommentsDraft Pick Value
1QB1Patrick MahomesQBKCMahomes was always in the top tier, but he's back to the clear 1.01 now with the addition of Worthy after KC had already added Brown in free agency.
2QB2Josh AllenQBBUF
3QB3Lamar JacksonQBBAL
4QB4Anthony RichardsonQBINDWith Adonai Mitchell added to Pittman in addition to his rushing upside, Richardson has elite fantasy QB potential as long as he can stay healthy.
6QB6Joe BurrowQBCIN
7QB7Caleb WilliamsQBCHICHI seems to have learned its lesson with Fields and has stacked the deck in Williams's favor with tons of WR weapons. Now it's all on him.1.01
8QB8Kyler MurrayQBARIThe addition of Marvin Harrison Jr. gives Murray a true No. 1 WR in addition to his rushing production, which looked good coming back from the ACL.
9QB9Jalen HurtsQBPHI
10WR1Ja'Marr ChaseWRCIN
11WR2Justin JeffersonWRMINJefferson could move back above Chase if/when JJ McCarthy demonstrates his ability to provide elite target share and production.
12RB1Breece HallRBNYJ
13RB2Bijan RobinsonRBATL
14QB10Jayden DanielsQBWASWAS doesn't have quite as many weapons for Daniels as CHI does for Williams, but Daniels has natural weapons in his speed and mobility.1.02
15WR3CeeDee LambWRDAL
16WR4Garrett WilsonWRNYJ
17WR5Marvin Harrison JrWRARIHarrison should be a target monster as the true No. 1 WR in ARI, and Murray is an accurate deep passer who can maximize his potential downfield.1.03
18WR6Puka NacuaWRLAR
19WR7Amon-Ra St. BrownWRDET
20WR8Malik NabersWRNYGDaniel Jones was awful last year, but if he and the OL can stay healthy, Nabers should find success in Brian Daboll's offense as the true No. 1 WR.1.04
21WR9Tyreek HillWRMIA
22RB3Jahmyr GibbsRBDET
23RB4Christian McCaffreyRBSF
25QB11Justin HerbertQBLAC
26QB12Jordan LoveQBGB
27TE1Sam LaPortaTEDET
28WR11Drake LondonWRATL
29WR12Chris OlaveWRNO
30RB5Jonathan TaylorRBIND
31QB13Brock PurdyQBSF
32QB14JJ McCarthyQBMINMcCarthy lands in an ideal scheme under Kevin O'Connell with elite WR weapons at his disposal. He's set up to succeed in MIN.1.05
33QB15Trevor LawrenceQBJACThe addition of Brian Thomas Jr. gives Lawrence a big downfield and red-zone threat to work with in a potential bounce-back season.
34RB6Saquon BarkleyRBPHI
35RB7Josh JacobsRBGB
36WR13DK MetcalfWRSEA
37WR14Zay FlowersWRBAL
38WR15Rome OdunzeWRCHIA crowded WR room caps Odunze's ceiling in Year 1, but Keenan is on a one-year deal, so Odunze should become the 1A heading into 2025.1.06
39WR16Xavier WorthyWRKCBeing paired with Mahomes is the ideal landing spot for Worthy. He likely won't be a true No. 1 WR, but he'll have weekly league-winning upside.1.07
40TE2Brock BowersTELVRBowers is an elite TE prospect who has long-term upside even with questionable QB play and competing for targets with Davante Adams.1.08
41RB8Kyren WilliamsRBLARWilliams remains the starter but could see more of a split role. LAR probably doesn't trust him to stay healthy after they drafted Blake Corum in Rd 3.
42RB9De'Von AchaneRBMIAThe same goes for Achane, who has weekly league-winning potential but needs to prove he can stay healthy after MIA added Jaylen Wright in Rd 4.
43QB16Tua TagovailoaQBMIA
44QB17Dak PrescottQBDAL
45WR17Jaxon Smith-NjigbaWRSEA
46WR18Jaylen WaddleWRMIA
47TE3Trey McBrideTEARI
48TE4Mark AndrewsTEBAL
49TE5Kyle PittsTEATL
50RB10Travis EtienneRBJAC
51RB11Kenneth WalkerRBSEA
52WR19Brandon AiyukWRSF
53WR20Deebo SamuelWRSF
54QB18Drake MayeQBNEMaye is a high ceiling prospect, but he may sit for most of the season behind Jacoby Brissett while NE attempts to build around him in 2025.1.09
55QB19Bo NixQBDENSean Payton is reportedly as high on Nix as he was on Mahomes in 2017, so he should be able to craft a good scheme to help Nix develop.1.10
56WR21Michael PittmanWRINDPittman should still be the No. 1 WR for IND in 2024, but the addition of Adonai Mitchell could cause him to see a dip in target volume.
58WR23DeVonta SmithWRPHI
59WR24Jordan AddisonWRMIN
60WR25Nico CollinsWRHOU
61WR26Tee HigginsWRCIN
62WR27Ricky PearsallWRSFPearsall is a versatile WR who Shanahan can scheme up. With Aiyuk or Deebo possibly elsewhere in 2025, Pearsall is a sleeper in the late 1st.1.11
63TE6Dalton KincaidTEBUF
64TE7TJ HockensonTEMIN
65TE8George KittleTESF
66RB12Rachaad WhiteRBTB
67WR28Cooper KuppWRLAR
68WR29Davante AdamsWRLV
69WR30Mike EvansWRTB
70TE9Travis KelceTEKC
71RB13Isiah PachecoRBKC
72RB14James CookRBBUF
73RB15Derrick HenryRBBAL
74RB16Tony PollardRBTEN
75WR31Tank DellWRHOU
76WR32Brian ThomasWRJACTrevor Lawrence finally gets a big-bodied, downfield threat. If they can build chemistry, Thomas could be a TD machine even as a rookie.1.12
77QB20Deshaun WatsonQBCLE
78QB21Bryce YoungQBCAR
79QB22Matthew StaffordQBLAR
80WR33Ladd McConkeyWRLACQuentin Johnston ain't it. Even if LAC wants to run, McConkey could quickly garner a lot of targets as a reliable receiver for Herbert.2.01
81WR34Amari CooperWRCLE
82WR35Stefon DiggsWRHOU
83WR36Marquise BrownWRKCKC drafting Worthy indicates that Brown may not be in their long-term plans, but he can still be a boom/bust WR2 alongside Worthy in 2024.
84WR37Christian KirkWRJACEven with the addition of Brian Thomas, Kirk should still see consistent targets and production as one of Lawrence's preferred targets.
85WR38George PickensWRPIT
86WR39Adonai MitchellWRINDMitchell gets paired with Richardson's big arm, and he could become the No. 1 WR for IND in 2025 with Pittman on the franchise tag.2.02
87WR40Keon ColemanWRBUFColeman likely won't see a ton of targets but could have double-digit TD upside even as a rookie as BUF's best red-zone threat at WR.2.03
88WR41Christian WatsonWRGB
89WR42Xavier LegetteWRCARLegette is a speedy, big-bodied WR who should play an immediate role, and despite being older, he had a good breakout age in college.2.04
90QB23Jared GoffQBDET
91QB24Will LevisQBTEN
92QB25Daniel JonesQBNYGNYG passing on a QB at No. 6 overall and adding an elite WR is good news for Jones. He can be a QB2 with QB1 upside if the OL stays healthy.
93QB26Kirk CousinsQBATLATL drafting Penix adds a little risk for Cousins. There's now some concern about his rehab and potential for benching if he were to underperform.
94RB17Jonathon BrooksRBCARDon't sleep on Brooks, who could quickly usurp Sanders for a role alongside Hubbard in CAR. The ceiling isn't huge, but he could be a usable flex.2.05
95RB18Austin EkelerRBWAS
96RB19David MontgomeryRBDET
97RB20Rhamondre StevensonRBNE
98WR43Chris GodwinWRTB
99WR44Diontae JohnsonWRCAR
100WR45Jayden ReedWRGB
101RB21Trey BensonRBARIBenson could see a goal-line role from Day 1 in ARI, and he has some upside as well if James Conner were to miss any time.2.06
102RB22Raheem MostertRBMIA
103RB23James ConnerRBARI
104RB24Alvin KamaraRBNO
105QB27Aaron RodgersQBNYJ
106QB28Baker MayfieldQBTB
107QB29Michael PenixQBATLIt's hard to see Penix paying off in dynasty for a couple of years barring another major injury to Cousins, so he's best suited for rebuilding teams.2.07
108TE10Dallas GoedertTEPHI
109TE11David NjokuTECLE
110TE12Evan EngramTEJAC
111RB25Zack MossRBCIN
112RB26Joe MixonRBHOU
113RB27Aaron JonesRBMIN
114RB28Najee HarrisRBPIT
115RB29Blake CorumRBLARArguably one of the best landing spots for a RB, Corum has high upside considering Kyren Williams's extensive injury history.2.08
116RB30Jaylen WrightRBMIAWith Raheem Mostert on a one-year deal and given his injury history, Wright could be a speedy complement to Achane in the long term or sooner.2.09
117RB31Gus EdwardsRBLACLAC seems content with heading into the season with Edwards as the lead back for now. He has double-digit TD upside like he did in BAL last year.
118RB32Javonte WilliamsRBDEN
119RB33Devin SingletaryRBNYGNYG seems content to head into the season with Singletary, who previously produced under Brian Daboll in BUF.
120RB34D'Andre SwiftRBCHI
121QB30Derek CarrQBNO
122QB31Aidan O'ConnellQBLVO'Connell managed to dodge LVR drafting a QB. He'll get a chance to prove his worth, at least to start the season, and has decent weapons.
123WR46Roman WilsonWRPITPIT has a history of good WR evaluations, and Wilson could see a ton of targets even as a rookie in Diontae Johnson's old role alongside Pickens.2.10
124WR47Jakobi MeyersWRLV
125WR48Terry McLaurinWRWAS
126RB35Zamir WhiteRBLV
127RB36Ray DavisRBBUFDavis could be a great early-down complement to James Cook from the get-go and have flex potential in an efficient BUF offense.2.11
128RB37Rico DowdleRBDALDAL brought Ezekiel Elliott back, but Dowdle is still penciled in to see the majority of the work in this backfield.
129RB38Chuba HubbardRBCAR
130WR49Calvin RidleyWRTEN
131WR50DeAndre HopkinsWRTEN
132WR51Keenan AllenWRCHIAllen can still be a useful PPR WR3 in 2024, but he'll be more of a boom/bust play fighting for targets with Moore and Odunze.
133WR52Jermaine BurtonWRCINBurton becomes another downfield weapon for Burrow, and he has a chance to become the No. 2 WR in 2025 with Higgins on the franchise tag.2.12
134TE13Dalton SchultzTEHOU
135TE14Pat FreiermuthTEPIT
136TE15Jake FergusonTEDAL
137QB32Justin FieldsQBPIT
138QB33Russell WilsonQBPIT
139QB34Geno SmithQBSEA
140QB35Sam HowellQBSEA
141WR53Courtland SuttonWRDEN
142WR54Josh DownsWRIND
143WR55Mike WilliamsWRNYJ
144WR56Dontayvion WicksWRGB
145WR57Romeo DoubsWRGB
146RB39Kimani VidalRBLACVidal has a chance to immediately slot in as the 1B alongside Edwards behind a strong LAC OL if Dobbins isn't recovered from his Achilles.3.01
147RB40Zach CharbonnetRBSEA
148RB41Kendre MillerRBNO
149RB42Chase BrownRBCIN
150WR58Ja'Lynn PolkWRNEPolk could become a reliable slot WR in NE, but he had a poor breakout age and will need to see volume to be relevant in fantasy.3.02
151WR59Troy FranklinWRDENFranklin had a good YPRR and breakout age with size/speed, but he has a limited route tree, and Day 3 draft capital typically doesn't bode well for WRs.3.03
152WR60Malachi CorleyWRNYJCorley could immediately start in 3WR sets, but he faces steep target competition and had a poor breakout age.3.04
153WR61Jameson WilliamsWRDET
154WR62Curtis SamuelWRBUF
155WR63Khalil ShakirWRBUF
156WR64Rashee RiceWRKCIn addition to his legal woes, Rice may now be the No. 4 target for Mahomes in 2024. He's closer to lottery ticket territory than future WR2 now.
157WR65Gabe DavisWRBUF
158WR66Tyler LockettWRSEA
159RB43Jerome FordRBCLE
160RB44Tyjae SpearsRBTEN
161RB45Jaylen WarrenRBPIT
162RB46Nick ChubbRBCLE
163RB47Isaac GuerendoRBSFGiven Eli Mitchell's injury history, Guerendo has size, speed, and receiving ability to be a true workhorse for SF if McCaffrey were to miss any time.3.05
164RB48MarShawn LloydRBGBLloyd has great agility and acceleration to serve as a change of pace back behind Josh Jacobs. He's a great upside handcuff to stash in Rd 3.3.06
165RB49Jaleel McLaughlinRBDEN
166WR67Luke McCaffreyWRWASMcCaffrey could become a productive big slot man for Jayden Daniels over the middle with some TD upside as well.3.07
167TE16Tucker KraftTEGB
168TE17Luke MusgraveTEGB
169TE18Cole KmetTECHIKmet is likely the No. 4 option behind Moore, Allen, and Odunze for 2024, which makes him a TE2 projected to see inconsistent target share.
170TE19Michael MayerTELVMayer tumbles down the rankings after Bowers fell to LVR in the middle of Round 1. Mayer will need an injury to see consistent targets now.
171RB50Rasheen AliRBBALAli could be the "lightning" to Derrick Henry's "thunder". He has the acceleration to create explosive plays as a change of pace back.3.08
172RB51Braelon AllenRBNYJAllen is a big back who could see some goal-line work even with a healthy Breece Hall in front of him and has RB2 upside as a handcuff.3.09
173RB52Dylan LaubeRBLVRA RB who was utilized extensively as a receiver in college, Laube could be an excellent complement to Zamir White for LVR on passing downs.3.10
174RB53Dameon PierceRBHOU
175RB54Brian RobinsonRBWAS
176WR68Adam ThielenWRCAR
177WR69Brandin CooksWRDAL
178WR70Jalin HyattWRNYG
179TE20Jonnu SmithTEMIA
180TE21Isaiah LikelyTEBAL
181TE22Davis AllenTELAR
182TE23Juwan JohnsonTENO
183RB55Antonio GibsonRBNE
184RB56Tyler AllgeierRBATL
185RB57Elijah MitchellRBSF
186RB58Khalil HerbertRBCHI
187RB59Roschon JohnsonRBCHI
188RB60Miles SandersRBCAR
189RB61Jamaal WilliamsRBNO
190TE24Ben SinnottTEWASThere's nothing terribly exciting about Sinnott, but he has fair size and speed with Rd 2 draft capital and only two older TEs in front of him.3.11
191WR71Quentin JohnstonWRLAC
192WR72Michael WilsonWRARI
193QB36Hendon HookerQBDET
194QB37Jameis WinstonQBCLE
195QB38Gardner MinshewQBLVR
196WR73Demario DouglasWRNE
197WR74Rashid ShaheedWRNO
198RB62Will ShipleyRBPHIShipley has the receiving chops to be a change of pace back to complement Barkley on passing downs with enough speed to break some big plays.3.12
199RB63JK DobbinsRBLACRBs face long odds to return to form after an Achilles injury, but the upside is tantalizing reunited with Gus Edwards on a new team.
200RB64Ezekiel ElliottRBDAL

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  1. Rick says

    Appreciate the list! Will these rankings be updated again following some preseason games and prior to the regular season starting up?

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