An action-packed 2022 NFL offseason featured movement involving some of the most Fantasy-relevant players in the NFL. Early-round Dynasty start-up selections such as Davante Adams and A.J. Brown will play for new teams for the first time in their careers in 2022, and their moves had a corresponding impact on the Dynasty value of players such as DeVonta Smith, Treylon Burks, and Christian Waston. We've also seen the likes of Russell Wilson, Tyreek Hill, Marquise Brown, Amari Cooper, and Allen Robinson relocate, while DeAndre Hopkins was handed a six-game suspension.
It has been a busy offseason.
Inevitable training camp injuries are just around the corner, while potential impact receivers such as Odell Beckham, Antonio Brown, and Will Fuller remain unsigned -- the ever-tumultuous Fantasy landscape certainly will continue to re-shape itself as the summer pushes onward. If you are left wondering how all of these moves have changed the Dynasty outlook of the players involved, SportsLine Fantasy expert Jacob Gibbs has provided his tiered positional and overall rankings for Dynasty start-up drafts below. Gibbs also provided four rounds worth of rankings for those with upcoming Dynasty rookie drafts and route-specific analysis on the rookie wide receiver class, if you're into that sort of thing.
Find out how far players like Hopkins and Calvin Ridley have fallen following their suspensions, where the recently-traded A.J. and Marquise Brown sit as members of new teams, and which tiers the top rookie backs Breece Hall and Kenneth Walker find themselves in with Gibbs' detailed breakdown of each position.
So who are the top players at every position? And where do the 2022 rookies rank compared to already-established veterans in dynasty leagues? ... Join SportsLine here to see Jacob Gibbs' updated 2021 Fantasy football dynasty rankings, all from one of the nation's most accurate experts as graded by FantasyPros!