Welcome to the "Original" Dynasty Rankings Fantasy Football Blog

This blog was born out of a Dynasty Rankings thread originally begun in October, 2006 at the Footballguys.com message boards. The rankings in that thread and the ensuing wall-to-wall discussion of player values and dynasty league strategy took on a life of its own at over 275 pages and 700,000 page views. The result is what you see in the sidebar under "Updated Positional Rankings": a comprehensive ranking of dynasty league fantasy football players by position on a tiered, weighted scale. In the tradition of the original footballguys.com Dynasty Rankings thread, intelligent debate is welcome and encouraged.

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Updates Coming Wednesday P.M.


Tuesday's are my busiest days at Rotoworld with a morning article, an afternoon chat, and then the evening news shift . . . so blog updates are hard to come by. I just got done with the news shift and have to do morning news tomorrow, so I'll update all of the early happenings -- including the Roy Williams trade impact -- later in the day Wednesday.

Thanks,
Chris

4 comments:

Daniel said...

Seems like most people think the impact will be minimal for everyone involved, beyond giving romo some more lasting value.

I disagree and think roy williams will come to fill the role witten currently enjoys as the #2 option in the passing game. It will probably take till next year for romo to get comfortable enough with williams for this to take place however.

Looking forward to your update.

Robert said...

Let me just say that this site is great. Funny thing is that I didn't even know you worked for Rotoworld until I recognized a similarity in the waiver wire articles week 2 or 3. I am in a dynasty league that's been together for 7 years and these are the only in season dynasty rankings that I've been able to find. Thanks for all your hard work.

Chris Wesseling said...

daniel,
I agree with you and disagree with "most people." We may not see a huge impact until next season, but ask Randy Moss about a change of venue and what it does for your production.

Chris Wesseling said...

robert,
I appreciate the feedback. Great to hear from you. Don't be a stranger.