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Dynasty Draft Values: Jaylen Warren, Noah Fant, Deebo Samuel (Fantasy Football)

With the NFL Draft over it can be tempting to turn your attention away from your dynasty team as the NFL ‘quiet period’ approaches. The best dynasty managers are the ones who stay engaged all year round, though, and are always looking for trades and values. Here you will find the best dynasty draft values on each NFL team. Below we dive into a few of our favorite dynasty draft values in fantasy football.

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Pittsburgh Steelers: Jaylen Warren (RB)

Jaylen Warren has recorded 89 catches in the last two seasons combined, including 74 targets in 2023. The only running backs with more were Breece Hall, Alvin Kamara, Christian McCaffrey, Bijan Robinson and Jahmyr Gibbs. Warren plays with the two quarterbacks who led the league in check-down rate when kept clean in 2023, with Russell Wilson leading the league (19.3%) and Justin Fields not far behind (13.0%). Najee Harris might still be in Pittsburgh but after Warren had the second-highest explosive play rate among RBs in 2023 it’s impossible to put him back in the box.

Seattle Seahawks: Noah Fant (TE)

In previous years, Noah Fant’s route to relevancy was blocked by the Seahawks’ committee approach to the tight end position. Will Dissly is now with the Chargers and Colby Parkinson is on the Rams, leaving this tight end room firmly in Fant’s control for the first time. Fant has caught over 75% of his targets in each of the last three seasons. He needs more volume and snaps to be relevant.

San Francisco 49ers: Deebo Samuel (WR)

You could acquire Deebo Samuel for the 1.12/2.01 in Superflex leagues, depending on how tied to them your trade partner is, but try and get Brandon Aiyuk and you’re paying much closer to the 1.06, despite Samuel being far better for fantasy purposes. In 2023, Aiyuk managed only four top-20 weekly finishes, was held below 80 receiving yards on eight occasions, didn’t score touchdowns in 60% of his games and finished as the WR30 or worse on six occasions. Meanwhile, Samuel had eight top-20 finishes, matched Aiyuk with eight games below 80 yards and only failed to score touchdowns in 43% of his games. Samuel is more productive, more diverse and wins in ways integral to the Niners’ scheme. Even if Aiyuk is traded, what’s to say he ends up in anywhere near as fruitful of an offense?

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