Dynasty Trade Value Chart: June

Quantifying Dynasty Player Values

In June’s dynasty trade value chart article, we take a step back to look at some of the most important big picture trends at each position and how we can take advantage of them to better our dynasty teams. We will also add the 2020 rookie players to our positional value charts. Lastly, we will take a look ahead at how to value 2021 rookie picks and give a short preview of what that class will look like next spring.

The dynasty trade value chart is tailored to 12-team PPR leagues a starting lineup of one quarterback, two running backs, three wide receivers, one tight end, and one flex. It now also includes trade values for Superflex leagues in a separate column. The chart is meant to serve primarily as a guide for trades but can also be a great resource during startup drafts. If the players and picks on each side of the trade offer add up to approximately the same number, the trade would be considered even. If you receive a trade offer that sends you players with a higher total number value than the players you are giving up, the offer is worth strongly considering. Each league is different, so pay close attention to the scoring and starting roster requirements specific to your league.

Quarterback

Pos Rank
Player
Superflex
Single-QB
1
Patrick Mahomes
65
30
2
Lamar Jackson
58
28
3
Kyler Murray
45
18
4
Deshaun Watson
38
15
5
Dak Prescott
36
15
6
Russell Wilson
30
11
7
Josh Allen
30
10
8
Joe Burrow
30
9
9
Tua Tagovailoa
26
8
10
Carson Wentz
26
8
11
Daniel Jones
25
7
12
Baker Mayfield
23
7
13
Matt Ryan
19
6
14
Matthew Stafford
19
6
15
Drew Lock
18
6
16
Justin Herbert
17
5
17
Kirk Cousins
16
4
18
Jared Goff
16
4
19
Sam Darnold
16
4
20
Jimmy Garoppolo
16
4
21
Ryan Tannehill
15
4
22
Dwayne Haskins
14
4
23
Aaron Rodgers
14
4
24
Teddy Bridgewater
12
3
25
Gardner Minshew
11
3
26
Tom Brady
9
3
27
Ben Roethlisberger
9
3
28
Jarrett Stidham
8
2
29
Cam Newton
8
2
30
Philip Rivers
6
1
31
Derek Carr
6
1
32
Nick Foles
6
1
33
Jameis Winston
6
1
34
Jordan Love
6
1
35
Drew Brees
5
2
36
Mitchell Trubisky
5
1
37
Taysom Hill
5
1
38
Andy Dalton
4
1
39
Marcus Mariota
4
1
40
Jalen Hurts
4
1

Big Picture: Youth Movement

Part of the reason that the quarterback trade market in typical start one quarterback dynasty leagues has been so depressed in recent years was that most of the top fantasy options were older guys. As you can see above, the average age of the Top 12 fantasy quarterbacks had been hovering around 30. The choice often seemed to be grabbing an older passer who could give you a few strong years or rolling the dice on a young guy with less immediate benefit (or some combination of the two).

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