2013 Dynasty League RankingsMy Dynasty rankings are predicated on a three year window. To project six seasons long term is unrealistic and not feasible considering the flux of free agency and the injury impact of the NFL. Along with different Dynasty league formatting. I factor individual talent, supporting cast, system, injury history/character concerns, and perceived value in the eyes of Dynasty players.
26. Steven Jackson, RB, ATL - Age 31
There hasn't been a huge decline in his play, has a solid 2 years left to prove to show great he could've been in his prime.
27. Mark Ingram, RB, NO - Age 24
Very talented and young RB in hopefully an improved O-line high octane offense.
28. Lamar Miller, RB, MIA - Age 23
This is more about his circumstance and value perception then his talent level which will prove disappointing.
29. Ryan Mathews, RB, SD - Age 26
When you lose touches to Ronnie Brown on the few occasions you suit up, not promising. Couple that with a fast fading Rivers and a new staff owing Mathews zero..sell, sell, sell.
30. Bernard Pierce, RB, BAL - Age 23
Maybe the superior pure RB to Ray Rice but will need to continue to earn every touch and not get dinged up along the way.
31. Ronnie Hillman, RB, DEN - Age 22
Making a forcible case to at least make this season a time share. Has talent, heart just a bit under sized.
32. Joique Bell, RB, DET - Age 27
Can do it all, just not great at anything. But on a fantasy offense with a lead RB in Reggie that is durable suspect.
33. Rashard Mendenhall, RB, FA - Age 27
As of today, still a youngish starter albeit in a passing offense he won't catch balls in.
34. Daryl Richardson, RB, NYJ - Age 24
A bit too lean but tough kid, runs the tackles well and solid pass catcher that Sam B will utilize. Pead appears little threat to him.
35. Christine Michael, RB, SEA (R) - Age 23
A big move up in the ranks with a very solid spring/summer. Has talent but flip side coin is durability and desire questions.
36. Johnathan Franklin, RB, FA (R) - Age 24
Love this guy, he's gonna rise quickly and prove to be a very good NFL RB
37. LaMichael James, RB, SF - Age 24
Has a bit more seasoning and Gore is a bit older.
38. Ahmad Bradshaw, RB, IND - Age 28
Enjoy the short ride while his feet hold up in an up and coming offense. Sell before the season ends.
39. Bilal Powell, RB, NYJ - Age 25
Not too shabby. Best bang for your buck!
40. Andre Ellington, RB, ARI (R) - Age 25
This kid looks good, but coaching staff saying he's built for no more than 30-35 snaps a game.
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I'm almost loathe to place him this high but mainly on situation and perceived market value for the savvy owner who will deal him. Is who he is, another player who can't sustain his playing availability.
42. DeAngelo Williams, RB, CAR - Age 31
Not sure what else he needs to do to continue to earn lion share touches going forward. Get arrested maybe or throw his team under the bus? Has always been superior to JStew.
43. Knowshon Moreno, RB, MIA - Age 27
Surprising start, best pass protection back on the team is leading to opportunities.
44. BenJarvus Green-Ellis, RB, CIN - Age 29
Journeymen who's time card maybe punched pretty fast during this draft for Cincy.
45. Robert Turbin, RB, SEA - Age 24
Playing behind Lynch, and sharing with Michael, RT has the goods to thrive on a run heavy team if Beastmode loses a gold tooth or two.
46. Bryce Brown, RB, BUF - Age 23
Great skill set that new HC Chip Kelly will allow him the shot. Shady Mc is so good though!
47. Marcel Reece, RB, OAK - Age 29
When DMac gets injured he rocks and will see opportunity and touches regardless.
48. Ben Tate, RB, CLE - Age 25
Will he ever escape the Foster shadow?
49. Kendall Hunter, RB, SF - Age 25
Flashing well in relief duty. Forming a nice 1-2 punch.
50. Marcus Lattimore, RB, SF (R) - Age 22
Would be higher if not losing an entire season. The eventual heir apparent to Gore.