Monday, November 20, 2017



Welcome to the Dynasty First Down, where each week, I’ll focus on one player gaining or losing dynasty value. This is just a portion of a new dynasty series entitled Three & Out, which can be found each Monday. To find the full article, check out our Rotoworld Season Pass, which also includes projections, early-week rankings, WR & RB reports, exclusive columns and chats with our experts and much more for just $19.99.  

Note: Any dynasty ADP or dynasty trades referenced in this article can be found at dynastyleaguefootball.com

 

 

Fallers:

 

Dez Bryant, WR DAL

 

If you followed the narratives throughout the off-season and into the pre-season, you may have expected a slow start from Cowboys WR Dez Bryant, who faced a extremely difficult schedule to begin the season. As expected, Bryant finished outside of the top 50 fantasy receivers in two of the first three weeks before settling in with some improved and consistent production, finishing as the WR18, WR16 and WR9 when the Cowboys were at full strength. Since then though, Dallas has been without RB Ezekiel Elliott and OL Tyron Smith and the entire offense has taken a step back as a result. Unfortunately for Bryant, that began even before those two left the lineup. Bryant has finished outside of the top 20 fantasy WRs in each of the past four games and is currently the WR21 for the season. This is clearly not terrible production and Bryant is still a worthy weekly fantasy starter, but for a player still being highly valued due to his name brand, this season has been a disappointment.

 

Bryant’s dynasty ADP has hit a low point over the past two seasons, falling to 23 overall after being drafted as the eighth overall player in February of 2016. With an ADP at the end of the second round and a step back in production, it is difficult to see Bryant staying inside the top 25 drafted players moving forward. The sell window is closing quickly.

 

 

 

 

Welcome to the Dynasty First Down, where each week, I’ll focus on one player gaining or losing dynasty value. This is just a portion of a new dynasty series entitled Three & Out, which can be found each Monday. To find the full article, check out our Rotoworld Season Pass, which also includes projections, early-week rankings, WR & RB reports, exclusive columns and chats with our experts and much more for just $19.99.  

Note: Any dynasty ADP or dynasty trades referenced in this article can be found at dynastyleaguefootball.com

 

 

Fallers:

 

Dez Bryant, WR DAL

 

If you followed the narratives throughout the off-season and into the pre-season, you may have expected a slow start from Cowboys WR Dez Bryant, who faced a extremely difficult schedule to begin the season. As expected, Bryant finished outside of the top 50 fantasy receivers in two of the first three weeks before settling in with some improved and consistent production, finishing as the WR18, WR16 and WR9 when the Cowboys were at full strength. Since then though, Dallas has been without RB Ezekiel Elliott and OL Tyron Smith and the entire offense has taken a step back as a result. Unfortunately for Bryant, that began even before those two left the lineup. Bryant has finished outside of the top 20 fantasy WRs in each of the past four games and is currently the WR21 for the season. This is clearly not terrible production and Bryant is still a worthy weekly fantasy starter, but for a player still being highly valued due to his name brand, this season has been a disappointment.

 

Bryant’s dynasty ADP has hit a low point over the past two seasons, falling to 23 overall after being drafted as the eighth overall player in February of 2016. With an ADP at the end of the second round and a step back in production, it is difficult to see Bryant staying inside the top 25 drafted players moving forward. The sell window is closing quickly.

 

 

 

 




























Source Article from http://rotoworld.com/articles/nfl/75994/508/dynasty-first-down-week-11