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Dynasty Bold Predictions for All 32 Teams (2022 Fantasy Football)

May 25, 2022
Elijah Moore

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Let’s take a look at dynasty bold predictions for each team.

Dynasty Bold Predictions: AFC North

Baltimore Ravens
Rashod Bateman excels as the team’s top receiver, posting a 1,000-yard season.

Cincinnati Bengals
Tee Higgins finishes ahead of Ja’Marr Chase for fantasy in 2022 on the back of a league-leading REC TD total.

Cleveland Browns
Deshaun Watson re-showcases his eliteness after a season-long hiatus, vaulting him back up to a top-five dynasty startup pick.

Pittsburgh Steelers
Kenny Pickett gets on the field early and keeps the job. He performs well as the Steelers’ starter, meshing with their offensive weapons, leading to winning Offensive Rookie of the Year.

Team-By-Team Dynasty Roundup: AFC North >>

Dynasty Bold Predictions: AFC South

Houston Texans
Davis Mills outperforms expectations and the Texans win more games than expected. The Texans bypass a first-round QB in 2023 and roll with Mills as the team’s starter.

Indianapolis Colts
Matt Ryan reminds us why he’s a future Hall of Famer, leading the Colts to a division title.

Jacksonville Jaguars
The coaching change doesn’t change much for the Jaguars. The team struggles yet again as doubts set in on the ceiling of QB Trevor Lawrence.

Tennessee Titans
Derrick Henry wins the NFL rushing title again, but the Titans’ passing game struggles with the loss of A.J. Brown and the continued declining play of Tannehill.

Team-By-Team Dynasty Roundup: AFC South >>

Dynasty Bold Predictions: AFC East

Buffalo Bills
Gabriel Davis steps up in the absence of Cole Beasley and Emmanuel Sanders, going over 1,000 receiving yards for the first time in his career.

New England Patriots
Mac Jones throws for over 4,200 yards and finishes in the top 10 in passing yards.

Miami Dolphins
With a surplus of weapons at his disposal, Tua Tagovailoa has a career season and locks himself into back-end QB1 valuation in dynasty. He will throw for at least 3,700 yards and 24 touchdowns.

New York Jets
Headlines are centered around the acquisition of Garrett Wilson, but Elijah Moore will lead the Jets in receiving yards and receiving touchdowns in 2022. He will eclipse 1,100 receiving yards and score at least eight touchdowns.

Team-By-Team Dynasty Roundup: AFC East >>

Dynasty Bold Predictions: AFC West

Kansas City Chiefs
Mecole Hardman finishes the season as a WR2 and fills Tyreek Hill’s void.

Los Angeles Chargers
Jalen Guyton emerges as a solid, starting-caliber WR3 for dynasty teams.

Las Vegas Raiders
Josh Jacobs returns to RB1 form, putting up a career season.

Denver Broncos
Javonte Williams finishes the season as a top-six tailback even with Melvin Gordon back.

Team-By-Team Dynasty Roundup: AFC West >>

CTAs

Dynasty Bold Predictions: NFC North

Green Bay Packers
A.J. Dillon sets the NFL ablaze in the second half and produces RB1 numbers.

Detroit Lions
D’Andre Swift is prodigious, to the tune of a top-5 RB.

Minnesota Vikings
Irv Smith returns from injury to immediately establish himself as a TE1.

Chicago Bears
Justin Fields is easily a top-12 QB, with a half dozen top-5 weeks.

Team-By-Team Dynasty Roundup: NFC North >>

Dynasty Bold Predictions: NFC South

Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Mike Evans has his biggest season in the NFL and continues his 1,000-yard streak in style.

New Orleans Saints
Marquez Callaway hangs around and is the WR2 on this team this year.

Carolina Panthers
Christian McCaffrey plays in 15 or more games and is the RB2 in PPR scoring.

Atlanta Falcons
Kyle Pitts breaks out in a massive way, ending up as the TE1 and translated to WR5.

Team-By-Team Dynasty Roundup: NFC South >>

Dynasty Bold Predictions: NFC East

Dallas Cowboys
Tony Pollard supplants Ezekiel Elliott in every statistical category except touchdowns.

Philadelphia Eagles
Jalen Hurts scores the same number of rushing touchdowns (10) while adding five more passing touchdowns.

Washington Commanders
Sam Howell is named the starting quarterback by the end of the 2022 season.

New York Giants
Saquon Barkley returns to RB1 form behind a better line with a better-than-incompetent offense.

Team-By-Team Dynasty Roundup: NFC East >>

Dynasty Bold Predictions: NFC West

Los Angeles Rams
Allen Robinson is unlocked by Matthew Stafford, and nearly matches Kupp’s production.

Arizona Cardinals
Rookies Ingram and McBride earn more playing time than expected and are startable assets this season.

San Francisco 49ers
Trey Lance unlocks the downfield passing game for the 49ers and is a QB1 when combined with his rushing.

Seattle Seahawks
The offense flounders horrendously, paving the way for Seattle to select a top QB in the 2023 draft. Rashaad Penny miraculously stays healthy all season.

Team-By-Team Dynasty Roundup: NFC West >>


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