Trade Wins - Dynasty Targets Pt. 3
I’ll just come out and say it: if you built your dynasty team over last year’s rookies, you’re probably not feeling too good about your team’s future. While 2013 seemed to feature a bumper crop of new fantasy stars, a sophomore slump has swept through the class and threatens to make the 2013 draft class one of the weaker groups from a fantasy standpoint.
Of course, it’s far too early to write these players off. And in recent weeks, we’ve seen glimpses of potential where there seemed to be none. But overall, far too many of the 2013 crop disappointed in 2014. Let’s break it down by position.
|PLAYER||2013 PP DB||2014 PP DB|
PP DB = Points Per Drop Back
Never a strong group to begin with, but EJ Manuel, Geno Smith and Mike Glennon have all lost their starting job to aging veterans who weren’t all that strong to begin with. It would appear that Glennon has the best chance to stick, as both the Jets and Bills recognize that there franchise QB is still to be found. Doubtful that you were, I wouldn’t invest in any of these QBs in dynasty.