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Dynasty Draft Advice: DK Metcalf, Jaxon Smith-Njigba, Kenneth Walker, Zach Charbonnet

The thought of all the fantasy weaponry in the rugged NFC West has me biting my lip with goosebumps climbing my arms. Dynasty fantasy football is both a long and short game. This division has you covered either way.

The 49ers were conference champs and topped the division with 12 wins, but the Rams and Seahawks both finished above .500 with the former earning a Wild Card berth. Even the Cardinals, under new head coach Jonathan Gannon, showed some teeth despite logging only four wins. Looking ahead at 2024 and beyond, all four teams have plenty to offer in the way of fantasy production at every position. Let’s dive into some dynasty draft advice for the Seattle Seahawks.

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Geno Smith turned back into a pumpkin in the accuracy department in 2023, but he wasn’t entirely to blame. Injuries to both offensive tackles forced him to hit the eject button prematurely regularly. Short-area accuracy under pressure has never been Smith’s strong suit and the team narrowly missed the postseason as a result. The line is assumed to be healthy and improved heading into 2024, with receiving weapons abound for the West Virginia standout. Is Geno more than a QB2 in Superflex formats? I have my doubts. Elite receiving corps don’t necessarily translate in fantasy, especially when the QB isn’t known for his rushing.

The dynamic duo of Kenneth Walker and Zach Charbonnet was not as cannibalistic as it was feared, although the latter only found the end zone once as a rookie. Charbonnet is the better receiver, while Walker is an explosive playmaker. The improved offensive line situation bodes incredibly well for both, whom I consider to be valued appropriately in dynasty.

For my money, the Seahawks still have the best WR trio in the NFL. DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett welcomed blue chip Jaxon Smith-Njigba to the fold last season and the rookie looked fantastic (when given the chance). Those are two target-thirsty veterans with plenty of pedigree to parch anyone downstream. The encouraging detail leading into 2024 is the hiring of Ryan Grubb as offensive coordinator. Grubb orchestrated the Washington Huskies offense that supported the trio of Rome Odunze, Jalen McMillan and Ja’Lynn Polk on the way to the National Championship game. Smith-Njigba doesn’t necessarily slide in as the third fiddle going forward either. He has more than enough game to blossom into an unstoppable WR1 in fantasy for years.

Noah Fant is still in Seattle but is far from sleepless. Ever the athletic prototype for a dominant receiving TE, he has never really taken that last jump into fantasy superstardom. It will be interesting to see if his deployment changes under Grubb, but I won’t hold my breath.

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