2012 Dynasty Rankings
For those of you that have played keeper / dynasty leagues, you know this can be an addictive type of fantasy football. No longer do you have to start from scratch like in redraft leagues, as you now have rights to various players, year after year. Now, for those of you that are new to this style of play, I want to be clear in letting you know that you need to pay attention to the rights to keep various players as they can be vastly different from league to league.
Some leagues may give you the right to hold rookies you’ve drafted for the life time of their career, and in other leagues you may only be able to hold onto a certain amount of players at each position, no matter when you acquired them on your team. Basically, it’s a good idea to understand the rule of any league you’re about to partake in, and it’s especially important in dynasty leagues.
If you only hold rights to hold two running backs from one year to another, and you own Darren McFadden, Ahmad Bradshaw and Steven Jackson it would be a good idea to trade away one of your runners before you lose them as a mandatory waiver. This way you can get back another player at a position your lacking in, and it can help the strength of your team, before you entire your draft.
Below you will find a link to each position, and we have rankings specifically for which options we believe are the top players to own, not just for this season, but in the future as well. We also have a top rookie ranking as well for those of you that participate in exclusive rookie drafts, or those of you that just want to get an idea of where we see the value of the 2012 rookie class.
Dynasty Leagues By Position Rankings
2011 Fantasy Draft Prep