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Fantasy Football: 2024 top-300 IDP dynasty rankings

2MCMK2F Dallas Cowboys outside linebacker Micah Parsons (11) celebrates during an NFL football game against the Washington Football Team, Sunday, Dec. 12, 2021 in Landover. (AP Photo/Daniel Kucin Jr.)

• The edge position dominates the top of the ranks (again): Micah Parsons leads the way as the youngest of the elites, and having shown incredible consistency through his first three NFL seasons.

Quinnen Williams stands alone among the interior defensive linemen: Williams didn’t have the high-end sack totals in 2023 but his performance across the board was a career-best and solidified his spot among the elite.

• Now including 2024 rookies: See where the likes of Laiatu Latu and Junior Colson mix in with their new NFL peers.

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Version 2.0 of the IDP dynasty rankings comes in now that the NFL draft is officially wrapped and free agency has largely been sorted. 

Preferred scoring for 2024 Dynasty IDP Fantasy Football rankings:
Position Solo Tackles Assists Sacks Tackles for Loss QB Hits Pass Breakups
ED/DT 2.5 1.25 4 1 2 2
LB 1.5 0.75 4 1 1 2
CB/S 2 1 4 1 1 2
  • Age is a factor in dynasty leagues. This list is designed to create the best long-term dynasty roster.
  • This list assumes true position (DT, EDGE, LB, CB, S) for players (e.g., outside linebackers are considered “edge defenders” to reflect real NFL value).
  • This is version 2.0 — these rankings can change throughout the offseason, so be sure to check the rankings page for updates and to sort by position.

Tier 1

Rank Position Player 2024 Team Age
1 ED1 Micah Parsons Cowboys 25.0
2 ED2 Nick Bosa 49ers 26.5
3 ED3 Maxx Crosby Raiders 26.7
4 ED4 Myles Garrett Browns 28.4
5 ED5 Aidan Hutchinson Lions 23.7
6 ED6 T.J. Watt Steelers 29.6
7 ED7 Josh Allen Jaguars 26.8
8 DT1 Quinnen Williams Jets 26.4
9 ED8 Will Anderson Jr. Texans 22.7
10 LB1 Roquan Smith Ravens 27.1
11 LB2 Fred Warner 49ers 27.5
12 LB3 Foyesade Oluokun Jaguars 28.8
13 LB4 Nick Bolton Chiefs 24.2

There shouldn’t be any surprise at this point that the top portion of these dynasty rankings are dominated by the defensive line position, as these are the players whose talent, production and long-term investment make them the most valuable targets in dynasty leagues right now. Micah Parsons leads the way for a group that all consistently performs at a very high level on the field, which has translated into elite IDP production. Parsons will be just 25 years old and has arguably the highest long-term upside of the group, as he’s never failed to deliver a pass-rush grade below an elite 92.0 in his first three NFL seasons and is coming off back-to-back seasons of 90 pressures. He has also delivered at least 13 sacks in all three (regular) seasons.

The same high-level production and consistency is the expectation for the rest of the edge defenders listed in “Tier 1” with a combination of production, talent, age and confidence level that they’ll be high-end producers for many more years.

Quinnen Williams is the lone interior defensive lineman in this tier — a spot formerly held by Aaron Donaldbut with Donald now officially retired, Williams’ time has come to be considered the top dynasty interior defensive lineman. Williams didn’t produce the double-digit sack totals that we got out of him in 2022, but 2023 was arguably even more impressive, as he actually improved a lot of his key underlying metrics across the board. Williams set a new career-high in overall PFF grade (90.6), PFF run-defense grade (90.4), PFF pass-rush grade (84.5), win rate (19.5%), pressure rate (16.1%) and total pressures (70). With elite metrics behind him, there is no reason to move him from last year’s dynasty DT1 ranking as we head into another season. Those stable metrics are the key reliant factor for his future production.

There are a few linebackers that make it into this top tier but keep in mind that this is a position where production is easier to find on the waiver wire in-season as players suffer injuries, so one of the reasons there aren’t more is due to the replaceability of the position for IDP. Another reason the early overall IDP rankings don’t include more linebackers is the position has proven to be more replaceable in the NFL as well with teams willing to move on from players who aren’t performing up to standard and either reducing their roles or releasing them altogether.

Roquan Smith, Fred Warner, Foyesade Oluokun and Nick Bolton have the highest confidence ranking for me as players that are likely to stick around the longest and be startable IDP options for several more years.

Tier 2

Rank Position Player 2024 Team Age
14 ED9 Jaelan Phillips Dolphins 24.9
15 ED10 Danielle Hunter Texans 29.5
16 ED11 Brian Burns Giants 26.0
17 ED12 Haason Reddick Jets 29.6
18 ED13 Laiatu Latu Colts 23.3
19 ED14 Alex Highsmith Steelers 26.8
20 ED15 Montez Sweat Bears 27.7
21 ED16 Jared Verse Rams 23.5
22 ED17 Dallas Turner Vikings 21.3
23 DT2 Jalen Carter Eagles 23.1
24 DT3 Chris Jones Chiefs 29.8
25 LB5 T.J. Edwards Bears 27.7
26 LB6 Ernest Jones Rams 24.5
27 LB7 Zaire Franklin Colts 27.8
28 DT4 Jeffery Simmons Titans 26.8
29 DT5 Christian Wilkins Raiders 28.4
30 DT6 Justin Madubuike Ravens 26.5
31 DT7 DeForest Buckner Colts 30.1

The rationale for the second tier is similar to the first, but with a lot more defensive tackles because the drop-off in reliable production becomes more evident. Locking up at least one high-end defensive tackle, specifically in DT-required leagues, is going to be important for avoiding holes in starting lineups on a weekly basis. This is a position with a lot of volatility and a top-heavy crop of players who are consistently good enough to leave in starting lineups each week with replacements few and far between.

Jaelan Phillips leads the second tier, but he will, unfortunately, be coming off an Achilles injury, which hopefully won’t push him down the rankings even further than he was last offseason. Phillips was well on pace to set new career highs in production this past year, even with a couple of missed games prior to his season-ending injury. There’s certainly some hope included in Phillips’ ranking here, but the belief is that once he’s healthy, he can return to the player we’ve seen on the field these past two seasons, which is among the best at his position.

The next grouping of linebackers are all still young, seemingly in their prime and should have starting jobs for at least a few more seasons, barring any unforeseen setbacks. T.J. Edwards leads the group as one of the most effective tacklers in the league, and he is under contract with the Chicago Bears for a couple more seasons with no reason to be concerned about job security.

Within this tier, the top rookie IDPs also come into consideration. Laiatu Latu produced some of the best career pass-rush metrics coming out of college, which puts him on a similar path to the Tier 1 edge defenders who shared similar metrics coming out. Jared Verse and Dallas Turner shouldn’t be considered too far behind Latu, and both will get the opportunity to prove that they’re in that conversation with ideal landing spots and draft capital coming out of the NFL draft.

Tier 3

Rank Position Player 2024 Team Age
32 ED18 Rashan Gary Packers 26.4
33 ED19 Kayvon Thibodeaux Giants 23.4
34 ED20 Joey Bosa Chargers 28.8
35 LB8 Azeez Al-Shaair Texans 26.8
36 LB9 Bobby Okereke Giants 27.8
37 DT8 Byron Murphy II Seahawks 21.7
38 DT9 Jonathan Allen Commanders 29.3
39 S1 Kyle Hamilton Ravens 23.1
40 S2 Antoine Winfield Jr. Buccaneers 25.7
41 S3 Derwin James Jr. Chargers 27.8
42 DT10 Dexter Lawrence Giants 26.5
43 DT11 Javon Hargrave 49ers 31.2
44 DT12 Derrick Brown Panthers 26.1
45 ED21 Jermaine Johnson Jets 25.3
46 ED22 Chop Robinson Dolphins 21.3
47 ED23 Trey Hendrickson Bengals 29.4
48 LB10 Logan Wilson Bengals 27.8
49 LB11 Quay Walker Packers 24.0
50 LB12 Devin Lloyd Jaguars 25.6
51 LB13 Jack Campbell Lions 23.7
52 LB14 Junior Colson Chargers 21.4
53 LB15 Edgerrin Cooper Packers 22.5
54 ED24 Jonathan Greenard Vikings 27.0
55 ED25 Josh Sweat Eagles 27.1
56 ED26 Greg Rousseau Bills 24.1
57 LB16 Quincy Williams Jets 27.7
58 LB17 Nakobe Dean Eagles 23.4
59 ED27 George Karlaftis Chiefs 23.1
60 ED28 Harold Landry III Titans 27.9
61 LB18 Alex Singleton Broncos 30.4
62 LB19 Tremaine Edmunds Bears 26.0
63 ED29 Travon Walker Jaguars 23.4
64 ED30 Bryce Huff Eagles 26.1
65 DT13 Calijah Kancey Buccaneers 23.2
66 S4 Jaquan Brisker Bears 25.0
67 S5 Kamren Curl Rams 25.1
68 S6 Kyle Dugger Patriots 28.1
69 S7 Minkah Fitzpatrick Steelers 27.5

The first key difference for the third tier is that it’s a spot where the first safeties will come off the board in drafts. While this is not something that’s necessarily recommended because the position is so deep, for IDP managers who want the best of the best for years to come, this is the group to target. Starting with a new S1, Kyle Hamilton and Antoine Winfield both overtake Derwin James in the rankings because both players are younger and have established themselves as on par or better producers than James with a likely ability to continue at that level for longer.

The rookie IDPs continue to mix in here with first-round defensive linemen Byron Murphy II and Chop Robinson leading the way. Both players were among the best pass-rushers at their position coming into the NFL Draft and will both have an opportunity to see the field as rookies and be productive with the potential to increase their stock heading into 2025.

Junior Colson and Edgerrin Cooper are the top rookie linebackers coming out of the 2024 NFL Draft and are the best bets for ideal playing time in Year 1. Performing well within that playing time and creating confidence that they can be long-term NFL starters will likely move them up these rankings next year.

Tier 4

Rank Position Player 2024 Team Age
70 LB20 Frankie Luvu Commanders 27.6
71 LB21 Patrick Queen Steelers 24.7
72 LB22 Terrel Bernard Bills 25.0
73 LB23 Bobby Wagner Commanders 33.9
74 LB24 Matt Milano Bills 29.1
75 LB25 C.J. Mosley Jets 31.9
76 LB26 Dre Greenlaw 49ers 26.9
77 ED31 Matthew Judon Patriots 31.7
78 ED32 Khalil Mack Chargers 33.2
79 ED33 Byron Young Rams 26.2
80 DT14 Jer'Zhan Newton Commanders 21.7
81 DT15 Cameron Heyward Steelers 35.1
82 ED34 Dorance Armstrong Commanders 26.9
83 ED35 Lukas Van Ness Packers 22.8
84 ED36 Boye Mafe Seahawks 25.4
85 ED37 Uchenna Nwosu Seahawks 27.4
86 ED38 Bradley Chubb Dolphins 27.9
87 ED39 Chase Young Saints 25.1
88 ED40 Carl Granderson Saints 27.4
89 S8 Brian Branch Lions 22.5
90 S9 Grant Delpit Browns 25.6
91 S10 Jessie Bates III Falcons 27.6
92 S11 Xavier McKinney Packers 24.7
93 LB27 Christian Harris Texans 23.3
94 LB28 Josey Jewell Panthers 29.4
95 LB29 Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah Browns 24.5
96 LB30 Jordyn Brooks Dolphins 26.5
97 LB31 Troy Andersen Falcons 25.0
98 LB32 Trevin Wallace Panthers 21.2
99 ED41 Tuli Tuipulotu Chargers 21.7
100 ED42 Bralen Trice Falcons 23.2
101 LB33 Blake Cashman Vikings 28.0
102 LB34 Payton Wilson Steelers 24.0
103 LB35 Lavonte David Buccaneers 34.3
104 LB36 E.J. Speed Colts 28.9
105 DT16 Ed Oliver Bills 26.4
106 DT17 Kobie Turner Rams 25.0
107 DT18 Christian Barmore Patriots 24.8
108 DT19 Daron Payne Commanders 26.9
109 DT20 Zach Allen Broncos 26.7
110 ED43 Andrew Van Ginkel Vikings 28.9
111 ED44 Sam Hubbard Bengals 27.9
112 ED45 Will McDonald IV Jets 24.9
113 ED46 Nolan Smith Eagles 23.3
114 ED47 Tyree Wilson Raiders 24.0

There are plenty of young, high-upside players to take shots on as IDP managers navigate to this stage of the rankings, which is why the risk isn’t as necessary to take early on through the first 60 or so IDPs. Will McDonald IV, Lukas Van Ness, Troy Andersen and Nolan Smith all have decent draft capital behind them but haven’t quite emerged as relevant IDPs just yet, though they should all be on that path to relevancy as they’re so early in their NFL careers.

Frankie Luvu earned himself a nice contract this offseason to start in Dan Quinn’s Washington defense alongside Bobby Wagner. Luvu and Wagner are in great spots to produce in 2024 and with Luvu signed to a three-year deal, he’ll be locked into this range as long as he keeps his job.

Josey Jewell, Blake Cashman, and E.J. Speed were also all beneficiaries of the offseason with Jewell and Cashman getting positive contracts to indicate playing time in 2024. Speed, meanwhile, has avoided added competition for his secondary linebacker spot in Indianapolis thus far, keeping him in play as a nice IDP option for at least this coming season.

Tier 5

Rank Position Player 2024 Team Age
115 S12 Cole Bishop Bills 21.5
116 ED48 Darius Robinson Cardinals 22.6
117 DT21 T'Vondre Sweat Titans 22.8
118 LB37 Kaden Elliss Falcons 28.8
119 LB38 Ivan Pace Jr. Vikings 23.4
120 LB39 Devin White Eagles 26.2
121 LB40 Robert Spillane Raiders 28.4
122 DT22 Braden Fiske Rams 24.3
123 S13 Tyler Nubin Giants 22.9
124 LB41 Drue Tranquill Chiefs 28.7
125 LB42 Denzel Perryman Chargers 31.4
126 LB43 Kyzir White Cardinals 28.1
127 LB44 Eric Kendricks Cowboys 32.2
128 LB45 Kenneth Murray Jr. Titans 25.5
129 LB46 Shaq Thompson Panthers 30.0
130 S14 Jevon Holland Dolphins 24.2
131 S15 Camryn Bynum Vikings 25.8
132 S16 Jalen Pitre Texans 24.9
133 S17 Jordan Battle Bengals 23.4
134 S18 Budda Baker Cardinals 28.3
135 S19 C.J. Gardner-Johnson Eagles 26.4
136 DT23 Zach Sieler Dolphins 28.7
137 LB47 Divine Deablo Raiders 25.7
138 LB48 De'Vondre Campbell 49ers 30.9
139 LB49 Jordan Hicks Browns 31.9
140 LB50 Demario Davis Saints 35.3
141 ED49 Za'Darius Smith Browns 31.7
142 ED50 Arnold Ebiketie Falcons 25.3
143 CB1 Nate Hobbs Raiders 24.9
144 CB2 Kyler Gordon Bears 24.4
145 CB3 L'Jarius Sneed Titans 27.3
146 CB4 Devon Witherspoon Seahawks 23.4
147 ED51 Myles Murphy Bengals 22.3
148 ED52 Yaya Diaby Buccaneers 24.9
149 ED53 Kwity Paye Colts 25.5
150 ED54 Baron Browning Broncos 25.2
151 ED55 Odafe Oweh Ravens 25.4
152 ED56 DeMarcus Lawrence Cowboys 32.1
153 ED57 Malcolm Koonce Raiders 25.9
154 ED58 Jonathon Cooper Broncos 26.3
155 LB51 Germaine Pratt Bengals 28.0
156 LB52 Alex Anzalone Lions 29.6
157 CB5 Kenny Moore II Colts 30.4
158 CB6 Trent McDuffie Chiefs 23.6
159 CB7 Taron Johnson Bills 27.8
160 CB8 Javon Bullard Packers 21.7
161 CB9 Cooper DeJean Eagles 21.2
162 LB53 Jerome Baker Seahawks 27.4
163 LB54 Tyrel Dodson Seahawks 25.9
164 LB55 Ja'Whaun Bentley Patriots 27.7
165 ED59 Chris Braswell Buccaneers 22.5
166 ED60 Marshawn Kneeland Cowboys 22.8
167 LB56 Cole Holcomb Steelers 27.8
168 LB57 Isaiah McDuffie Packers 24.8
169 LB58 Cedric Gray Titans 21.5
170 CB Tykee Smith Buccaneers 23.2
171 ED61 Jonah Elliss Broncos 21.1
172 S20 P.J. Locke Broncos 27.2
173 S21 Jeremy Chinn Commanders 26.2
174 S22 Brandon Jones Broncos 26.1
175 DT24 Denico Autry Texans 33.8
176 DT25 Grover Stewart Colts 30.6
177 DT26 Leonard Williams Seahawks 29.9
178 DT27 Kenny Clark Packers 28.6
179 DT28 Osa Odighizuwa Cowboys 25.7
180 DT29 Devonte Wyatt Packers 26.1
181 DT30 Bryan Bresee Saints 22.6
182 S23 Talanoa Hufanga 49ers 25.3
183 S24 Kevin Byard Bears 30.7
184 CB10 Dax Hill Bengals 23.6

This is where the first cornerbacks come off the board. There are plenty of options at the position, so there shouldn’t be any desperation to draft them unless the rosters are smaller. Nate Hobbs leads the way due to the top-ranked corners all being proficient tacklers, making them less reliant on big plays, which tend to be more unstable.

The pool of linebackers and defensive linemen remains deep here, as these players either have a shot to see starting snaps in 2024 or are rookies on thinner depth charts with a chance to move up the depth chart in Year 1. This includes free agent winners Denzel Perryman, Kenneth Murray, Jordan Hicks, Eric Kendricks and Jerome Baker, who moved into potential 2024 LB1 roles for their new teams.

Tier 6

Rank Position Player 2024 Team Age
185 LB59 Tyrice Knight Seahawks 23.4
186 LB60 Jordan Magee Commanders 23.1
187 S25 Ifeatu Melifonwu Lions 25.0
188 S26 Julian Blackmon Colts 25.7
189 S27 Reed Blankenship Eagles 25.2
190 S28 Justin Reid Chiefs 27.2
191 DT31 Logan Hall Buccaneers 24.0
192 DT32 Vita Vea Buccaneers 29.3
193 LB61 Pete Werner Saints 24.9
194 LB62 Leo Chenal Chiefs 23.5
195 LB63 Damone Clark Cowboys 23.9
196 LB64 Trenton Simpson Ravens 22.9
197 LB65 Malik Harrison Ravens 26.2
198 ED62 Shaquil Barrett Dolphins 31.5
199 ED63 Josh Uche Patriots 25.6
200 ED64 Jadeveon Clowney Panthers 31.2
201 LB66 David Long Jr. Dolphins 27.6
202 LB67 Jeremiah Trotter Jr. Eagles 21.4
203 LB68 Willie Gay Saints 26.2
204 LB69 Cody Barton Broncos 27.5
205 S29 Sydney Brown Eagles 24.1
206 S30 Markquese Bell Cowboys 25.3
207 DT33 Grady Jarrett Falcons 31.0
208 DT34 DJ Reader Lions 29.9
209 DT35 Dre'Mont Jones Seahawks 27.3
210 DT36 Dalvin Tomlinson Browns 30.2
211 CB11 Mike Hilton Bengals 30.2
212 CB12 DaRon Bland Cowboys 24.8
213 CB13 Charvarius Ward 49ers 28.0
214 CB14 Christian Gonzalez Patriots 21.9
215 ED65 Leonard Floyd 49ers 31.7
216 ED66 Marcus Davenport Lions 27.7
217 ED67 Charles Omenihu Chiefs 26.7
218 ED68 BJ Ojulari Cardinals 22.1
219 ED69 Preston Smith Packers 31.5
220 ED70 Michael Hoecht Rams 26.6
221 ED71 Arik Armstead Jaguars 30.5
222 ED72 David Ojabo Ravens 24.0
223 ED73 Cameron Jordan Saints 35.0
224 ED74 Dante Fowler Jr. Commanders 29.8
225 ED75 Xavier Thomas Cardinals 24.4
226 ED76 Nik Bonitto Broncos 24.6
227 ED77 Samson Ebukam Colts 29.0
228 ED78 Azeez Ojulari Giants 23.9
229 ED79 Felix Anudike-Uzomah Chiefs 22.3
230 S31 Rayshawn Jenkins Seahawks 30.3
231 S32 Darrick Forrest Commanders 25.0
232 S33 Harrison Smith Vikings 35.3
233 S34 Jalen Thompson Cardinals 25.8
234 S35 Jordan Poyer Dolphins 33.0
235 S36 Kamren Kinchens Rams 21.6
236 S37 Calen Bullock Texans 21.0
237 CB15 Cam Taylor-Britt Bengals 24.6
238 CB16 Desmond King II Texans 29.4
239 CB17 Tyrique Stevenson Bears 23.9
240 CB18 Deommodore Lenoir 49ers 24.6
241 CB19 Quinyon Mitchell Eagles 22.8
242 CB20 Terrion Arnold Lions 21.1
243 CB21 Nate Wiggins Ravens 21.2
244 CB22 Trevon Diggs Cowboys 26.6
245 LB70 DeMarvion Overshown Cowboys 23.7
246 ED80 Von Miller Bills 35.2
247 S38 Jaden Hicks Chiefs 21.7
248 LB71 Marist Liufau Cowboys 23.2
249 DT37 Michael Hall Jr. Browns 20.9
250 LB72 Jack Gibbens Titans 25.5
251 LB73 Edefuan Ulofoshio Bills 24.3
252 LB74 Tommy Eichenberg Raiders 23.3
253 S39 Julian Love Seahawks 26.1
254 S40 Donovan Wilson Cowboys 29.2
255 S41 Jayron Kearse Cowboys 30.2
256 S42 Vonn Bell Bengals 29.4
257 S43 Justin Simmons Free agent 30.5
258 S44 Jamal Adams Free agent 28.6
259 S45 Ji'Ayir Brown 49ers 24.3
260 ED81 Nick Herbig Steelers 22.5
261 ED82 Kyle Van Noy Ravens 33.9
262 ED83 KJ Henry Commanders 25.3
263 ED84 Drake Jackson 49ers 23.1
264 ED85 John Franklin-Myers Broncos 27.6
265 DT38 Larry Ogunjobi Steelers 29.9
266 ED86 Ogbo Okoronkwo Browns 29.0
267 ED87 Keion White Patriots 25.3
268 LB75 Anthony Walker Jr. Dolphins 28.8
269 DT39 Jordan Davis Eagles 24.3
270 ED88 Deatrich Wise Jr. Patriots 29.8
271 ED89 Arden Key Titans 28.0
272 LB76 Micah McFadden Giants 24.3
273 LB77 SirVocea Dennis Buccaneers 24.2
274 LB78 K.J. Britt Buccaneers 24.9
275 LB79 Elandon Roberts Steelers 30.0
276 S46 Jordan Whitehead Buccaneers 27.1
277 S47 Marcus Williams Ravens 27.7
278 S48 Jordan Howden Saints 24.0
279 S49 Kerby Joseph Lions 23.5
280 S50 Geno Stone Ravens 25.1
281 S51 Isaiah Simmons Giants 25.8
282 LB80 Chad Muma Jaguars 24.7
283 LB81 Jamin Davis Commanders 25.4
284 LB82 JD Bertrand Falcons 24.0
285 ED90 James Houston Lions 25.5
286 ED91 Drew Sanders Broncos 23.3
287 ED92 Zaven Collins Cardinals 25.0
288 ED93 Austin Booker Bears 21.4
289 LB83 Khaleke Hudson Saints 26.4
290 LB84 Dorian Williams Bills 22.9
291 LB85 Henry To'oTo'o Texans 23.3
292 DT40 Kris Jenkins Bengals 22.6
293 DT41 Ruke Orhorhoro Falcons 22.6
294 DT42 Maason Smith Jaguars 21.6
295 S52 Jabrill Peppers Patriots 28.6
296 S53 Andre Cisco Jaguars 24.1
297 LB86 Ty'Ron Hopper Packers 23.0
298 ED94 Adisa Isaac Ravens 22.6
299 ED95 Jalyx Hunt Eagles 23.2
300 ED96 Javon Solomon Bills 23.3

There are still a lot of defensive snaps for this coming season within these later rankings. While many of these players primed for decent roles in 2024 will be ranked higher in redraft leagues, there’s significantly less confidence in these players beyond this season outside of the cornerbacks. While not an impossible task to stick around as a starter beyond this year, whether it’s age or just profiling as a more replaceable piece, there shouldn’t be too much stock put into this group for dynasty.


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