Check out a few of my must-have fantasy football players that I’m targeting in dynasty startup drafts. And you can find all of my must-have dynasty startup targets in this article.
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Must-Have Dynasty Startup Targets
Here are the fantasy football players I’m targeting in my dynasty startup drafts.
In two NFL seasons, Toney has dealt with myriad injuries, missing 15 games. But Toney has blazing speed and extraordinary change-of-direction ability. and he draws targets at a freakishly high rate. If he can stay reasonably healthy and play something close to a full season in an offense with Patrick Mahomes at quarterback and Andy Reid designing the plays, we could conceivably get a 100-catch, 10-TD season out of Toney.
Toney draws targets at a freakishly high rate. He’s played 445 regular-season snaps over his two NFL seasons and has drawn 77 targets. George Pickens had a 15.3% target share last year. Toney has earned a target on 17.3% of his snaps. Pickens routinely goes several rounds earlier than Toney in dynasty startups. Don’t draft George Pickens, Draft Kadarius Toney
Commanders head coach Ron Rivera has been talking about wanting to get Gibson more involved in the Washington offense this year. Talk is cheap, but yes, it would be wise to make better use of a running back who’s as big and as fast as Colts RB Jonathan Taylor and has extensive pass-catching experience as a converted college wide receiver.
Gibson scored double-digit touchdowns in each of his first two seasons despite playing in a limited offense. With J.D. McKissic no longer on the Commanders’ roster, Gibson figures to see more action on passing downs. The fantasy community has largely turned its back on Gibson, making him a bargain in dynasty startups.