By Steven Van Tassell (@SteveVT33)
Originally, the title of this weekly preview article was going to be “Regular Season Finale” (or something like that), but things have changed. As everyone should have seen by now in the email sent out on Monday afternoon or the message that pops up when you log into your Dynasty Owner account or change teams (for those of you in multiple Dynasty Owner leagues), this is the final season of Dynasty Owner. The final week of the regular season of the final season. It’s a true finale.
I’m still hoping that it’s a TV show season-ending cliffhanger, or that everything goes back to normal like when Bobby Ewing “died” at the end of the one season of the 1980s TV show Dallas, but then came back at the end of the next season. They passed it off as a dream then continued on with the show like it was before. That’s like my dream. Dynasty Owner continues after a short break; I get to continue working and writing and maybe win a League Championship and the Chase for the Ring sometime in the future. If it’s a dream, then hey, I might as well dream big!
Back to reality and the Dynasty Owner regular season ends after Week 14 of the NFL season, then it’s the 3-week playoffs culminating in the League Championship match-ups (and third place games) in Week 17. Third place is still in play as noted in the email and posted announcement message.
- Stake Kings (formerly Team Stake) will still pay out all cash prize leagues to all eligible finalists (1st – 4th places).
We will also still have a Chase for the Ring Champion for 2023. More on how that’s going later on. Hopefully all of you are still in contention for the playoffs with your Dynasty Owner team and if you have multiple teams, may more of them be in playoff contention than out.
It’s been a great five year run and I’m happy to have been part of it for the entire time. I appreciate the friendships that I’ve made through Dynasty Owner and the opportunity that Paul and Tim have afforded me to work for them. Finally, I appreciate everyone who is reading this article or read any of my articles over the years for that matter, has looked at any of my posts about Dynasty Owner on Twitter/X, watched even part of a Livestream or listened to part of a Dynasty Owner podcast with myself and Jay Pounds in the past. Thank you for all of your support!
For the final time in Dynasty Owner regular season, I’ll be giving you four recommendations with a player at each position (QB, RB, WR, TE) who you should have as a Starter in your Dynasty Owner lineup, even though they aren’t obvious choices. Even after his Week 13 bye, Josh Allen ($43,005,667) is still the top scoring player in Dynasty Owner so no recommendation to go ahead and start him. Other players who have scored lots of Dynasty Owner fantasy points and are at the top of the overall rankings won’t be mentioned either. Instead, I’m going to recommend you Start players outside the top players at their position, players drafted to be on your Bench or Practice Squad, or players who aren’t on a roster in every Dynasty Owner league.
After that, I’ll name one player per position who should be on your Bench or Practice Squad. For these Bench recommendations, it’s just the opposite. I’ll suggest players doing well so far, drafted early in Dynasty Owner startup drafts to be Starters, and also in the top 12 (QBs and TEs) or top 36 (RBs and WRs) in scoring this year. This section is where you might see some surprising players appear. However, the recommended Bench players shouldn’t be in your Starting lineup for the week based on matchups, past performance against a team or something else.
All stats cited are based on the Standard Dynasty Owner scoring system as outlined in the Dynasty Owner Constitution. Standard Dynasty Owner scoring gives you .1 points for every yard rushing or receiving, .1 point for every 2 yards passing, 1 point per reception, 6 points for a rushing, receiving or passing touchdown and 2 points for a successful 2-point conversion (rushing, receiving, or passing). Interceptions or fumbles lost cost you 3 points, while a fumble that is recovered by the player’s team is a loss of only 1 point. Bonus points are available for 100-199 yards rushing (2 points), 200 yards rushing or receiving (6 points), 300-399 yards passing (1 point) and 400 yards passing (4 points). There is also a 3 point bonus for clutch scoring, which is a score that results in a lead change in the final two minutes of the 4th quarter or overtime. Kickoff and punt return touchdowns are worth 6 points for the player and kickoff and punt returns are worth 1 point for every 40 yards.
Any salaries, ADPs and roster percentages listed were current as of the morning of December 7th. All 2023 contract information is currently what is listed on the Dynasty Owner platform (number of years and salaries) and has been taken from Spotrac (https://www.spotrac.com/).
Dynasty Owner Player of the Week
Before we get into the final week, let’s look at Week 13 and announce the Dynasty Owner Player of the Week. For the third time this season, we have a Player of the Week who was also the best value in Dynasty Owner with the lowest Cost per Point for the week. Previously, De’Von Achane ($1,359,362) did it in Week 3 and Sam Howell ($1,005,400) duplicated the feat in Week 8. Since he was the only player with four TDs last week, you’ve probably figured it out already, but let me officially announce that the Dynasty Owner Player of the Week is Brock Purdy.
It was pretty close, but the Dynasty Owner scoring system catapulted Brock Purdy ($934,252) ahead of a six-pack of top WRs who all had at least 100 receiving yards and a TD. Purdy finished Week 13 with a career-high 41.6 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (314 passing yards, 9 rushing yards, 4 TDs) and was the only player with over 40.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points. Purdy has moved up to QB6 for the 2023 season and seemingly put aside those questions about him that started bubbling up during the 49ers three-game losing streak in the middle of the season before their Week 9 bye. In the four weeks since then, it’s been three games of 30.0 or more Dynasty Owner fantasy points and two Value Player of the Week awards. Finally, he has reached the pinnacle and been named the Dynasty Owner Player of the Week while also having the lowest Cost per Point for any player in any game this season. Congratulations Brock!
Week 13 Points: 41.6
2023 Salary: $934,252
Cost per Point: $22,458
Dynasty Owner Value Player of the Week
Because this is Dynasty Owner and we’re all looking for value from the players on our roster, we also have the Value Player of the Week. While Brock Purdy was winning the Player of the Week award, another low salary QB was having himself quite the week and ended up winning the first Value Player of the Week award of his career. The Week 13 Dynasty Owner Value Player of the Week is Jake Browning.
While this was the first Value Player of the Week honor for Jake Browning ($750,000), it may not be his last as he has four more opportunities and a NFL minimum salary working in his favor. Browning had 33.2 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (354 passing yards, 22 rushing yards, 2 TDs) in just his second career NFL start. He was close to having a lower Cost per Point than Purdy as they were only separated by $132. If Browning had scored just 0.2 more Dynasty Owner fantasy points (an extra 4 passing yards or 2 rushing yards) or maybe lost two fewer yards on that pass from Ja’Marr Chase ($7,704,910) in the second quarter, he would have had a lower Cost per Point. I’m sure that Browning, the Bengals, Bengals’ fans and all of the Dynasty Owners who picked up Browning over the past two weeks were thrilled with his performance regardless.
Week 13 Points: 33.2
2023 Salary: $750,000
Cost per Point: $22,590
These Guys Should be Starters This Week
Before we get into the weekly recommendations, let’s take a look at my previous week’s recommendations and see how they did (Good, Bad or Just Ok). It’s been a bad run of Starting lineup recommendations and just got worse in Week 13.
QB: Kenny Pickett ($3,516,976) – 2.8 (Bad recommendation)
RB: Tyler Allgeier ($998,474) – 2.6 (Bad recommendation)
WR: Greg Dortch ($1,010,000) – 4.1 (Bad recommendation)
TE: Tanner Hudson ($940,000) – 7.5 (Bad recommendation)
All total, those four players put up fewer Dynasty Owner fantasy points than any four recommended players this season (and likely in any week in past seasons too). All four recommendations were Bad for the first time this season and comes on the heels of Week 12 in which I had three Bad recommendations and only one Just Ok recommendation. Let’s recap it then forget about it.
The best of the recommendations was Tanner Hudson who had 7.5 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (4 receptions for 35 receiving yards). He fell short of being a top 12 TE in Dynasty Owner but not too far short. However, it wasn’t close enough, so the recommendation was Bad. Greg Dortch needed more than three targets as he was doing well when he was targeted more often. His three targets led to just one reception for 19 yards and combined with his 48 return yards, he scored just 4.1 Dynasty Owner fantasy points. That’s a Bad recommendation. Tyler Allgeier didn’t do much on his 8 carries as he had just 26 rushing yards (2.6 Dynasty Owner fantasy points). The Jets held the Falcons to under 3.0 yards per rushing attempt and helped to make my recommendation of Allgeier for your Starting lineup a Bad one. Finally, Kenny Pickett injured his ankle in the second quarter and left the game after scoring only 2.8 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (70 passing yards, 3 rushing yards, 1 fumble). No excuses as injuries are a part of the game and honestly, he probably would have been a Bad recommendation even if he played the entire game.
For the final set of regular season weekly Starting lineup recommendations I’m going to do my best to finish on a high note and offer up these players for your Dynasty Owner Starting lineup.
Baker Mayfield (QB – TB): Very quietly, Baker Mayfield ($4,000,000) has been lurking close to the top 12 QBs in Dynasty Owner. He’s the overall QB15 at the moment. He hasn’t been great and lacks a highlight reel game as his top scoring game was in Week 4 with 30.4 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (246 passing yards, 31 rushing yards, 3 TDs, 1 INT). He has only thrown for over 300 yards once as well, back in Week 2 versus Cincinnati when he had 317 passing yards.
What he has done well is play in every game and nearly every snap as his backup Kyle Trask ($1,383,834) has taken just three snaps all season. He has also limited turnovers with just 8 interceptions and 2 lost fumbles (7 overall) in 12 games. That’s less than one turnover a game. On the other hand, he’s throwing an average of 1.5 TDs per game and 232.5 yards per game.
He’s also played well in domed stadiums with four games against Minnesota, New Orleans, Houston and Indianapolis so far this season. In those four dome games, he has averaged 24.25 Dynasty Owner fantasy points per game. In case you didn’t know, this week’s game against Atlanta will be at the domed Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
With all of the QB injuries and backup starting across the league, I’m sure many Dynasty Owners are using their second or third options at the position right now. While it doesn’t sound great to be saying Dynasty Owners should be using Baker Mayfield in their Starting lineups, but that’s where we are at this stage of the 2023 season.
Javonte Williams (RB – DEN): Believe it or not, but Javonte Williams ($2,216,438) is RB30 for the 2023 season and averaging barely double-digit Dynasty Owner fantasy points per week (10.63 points per game). However, a lot of that is a remnant from the start of the season when he had five consecutive games with less than 10.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points plus a missed game in Week 5 against the Jets. At that point, he had a total of just 37.1 Dynasty Owner fantasy points in five games played (7.42 points per game). In five of the past six games, he has gotten a majority of the RB snaps (and the one game he was below a majority, he was on the field for 49%) and results have improved with five double-digit Dynasty Owner fantasy point games and a per game average of 13.3 Dynasty Owner fantasy points.
The Chargers are a middle-of-the-pack defense against the run allowing 113.8 rushing yards per game with 86.8 of those yards by RBs. In addition, they are one of the worst defenses against RBs who catch passes out of the backfield and have allowed RBs to average 6.25 receptions and 48.4 receiving yards per game. Williams will likely split those receptions with Samaje Perine ($3,750,000) and Jaleel McLaughlin ($903,333) to a lesser extent, but should still benefit some and that’ll just add to his fantasy production.
Go ahead and put Javonte Williams in your Dynasty Owner Starting lineup. A lot of you will be doing it anyways, but if you’re on the fence about him in your RB2 or FLEX spot then look closely, and you’ll likely agree with me that he belongs there.
Elijah Moore (WR – CLE): In the past three games without Deshaun Watson at QB for the Browns, Elijah Moore ($2,235,107) has seen 28 targets (9.33 per game), including a dozen last week with Joe Flacco ($3,500,000) at QB. That’s a target increase for Moore, but surprisingly not by much as he has averaged 7.1 targets per game for the entire season. Even with all of those targets, he finds himself as the WR52 in Dynasty Owner with 98.8 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (8.23 points per game). Part of that is because he has only scored 1 TD all season.
The Browns’ opponent this week, the Jacksonville Jaguars, have given up 14 TDs to WRs this season and eight overall in the four weeks since their Week 9 bye. Even Will Levis ($2,385,542) threw two TDs against the Jaguars’ defense. While it’s not a guarantee that Moore will get into the end zone, the combination of the Jaguars’ pass defense and likely high target rate for Moore gives him a great opportunity to do so.
Even with only one TD, Moore has gotten double-digit Dynasty Owner fantasy points in three out of his last four games. With all of the QB difficulties in Cleveland this season, it’s pretty remarkable that he’s been able to keep getting targeted and producing in the low double digits for his Dynasty Owners.
It seems like most of the top WRs have good match-ups this week and only two teams are on bye, thus limiting the possibility that a lower rated WR like Moore will step up and be worth a Starting lineup spot. It won’t be an explosion, but Moore will probably do enough to be worth having in the FLEX position of your Dynasty Owner Starting lineup.
Gerald Everett (TE – LAC): In two games since returning from a chest injury, Gerald Everett ($6,000,000) has scored 22.7 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (8 receptions, 87 receiving yards, 1 TD) on nine targets. And that was against two of the better defenses against TEs in Baltimore and New England. Imagine what he’s going to do against the Denver Broncos who have allowed the second most receiving yards (852) to TEs this season. That’s only 86 fewer yards than the Ravens and Patriots combined.
The Broncos pass defense against TEs has gotten better but their best week against TEs was still way back in Week 3 against Miami when Durham Smythe ($3,500,000) only scored 2.5 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (1 reception for 15 receiving yards) while the rest of the Dolphins were running all over the Broncos defense and scoring 70 points. Only four times has the Denver defense held the opposition top TE to under 10.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points. That’s not a great track record at all.
Just to let Dynasty Owners know, Everett and the Chargers have yet to face the Broncos this season. They are scheduled to also play in Week 17 so hopefully you are still in the playoffs and can use Everett in your Starting lineup again that week along with this week.
These Guys Should Be on the Bench (or Practice Squad) This Week
Now let’s look at how each of my Bench recommendations from Week 13 fared (Good, Bad or Just Ok). It wasn’t difficult, but once again and like most of the time, they were better than the Starting lineup recommendations.
QB: Russell Wilson ($48,517,647) – 16.7 (Good recommendation)
RB: D’Andre Swift ($2,134,729) – 4.0 (Good recommendation)
WR: Tyler Lockett ($17,250,000) – 9.7 (Just Ok recommendation)
TE: Logan Thomas ($8,021,667) – 2.0 (Good recommendation)
Three Good recommendations and a Just Ok recommendation that was pretty close. Tyler Lockett was less than a point from being a FLEX starter for your Dynasty Owner team with 9.7 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (5 receptions for 47 receiving yards) and the recommendation earns the Just Ok designation. The other close one was Russell Wilson who scored 16.7 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (186 passing yards, 44 rushing yards, 2 TDs, 3 INTs) to finish as QB15 in Dynasty Owner. Since six teams were on bye, that wasn’t enough to make him a Starter and thus, the recommendation to leave him on your Bench was Good.
The final two recommendations were unquestionably Good. D’Andre Swift had 12 opportunities (6 rushing attempts and 6 targets) but only put together 4.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (13 rushing yards, 2 receptions, 7 receiving yards). I didn’t have the 49ers stopping Swift quite that much, but they did, and I’ll take the Good recommendation. Logan Thomas was an easy Good recommendation as he only reeled in a successful 2-pt. conversion in Week 13 for 2.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points.
A perfect Week 14 and half of my 2023 Dynasty Owner regular season Bench recommendations will have been Good. That’s the goal and here is the final set of them.
C.J. Stroud (QB – HOU): Don’t forget that C.J. Stroud ($9,069,811) is still a rookie, even though he is QB4 in Dynasty Owner right now. Rookie stumble and play badly now and again, and Stroud hasn’t really had a truly awful week yet. His worst performance was back in Week 1 versus Baltimore with 12.1 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (242 passing yards, 20 rushing yards, 1 reception, 1 lost fumble) and he has only thrown for less than 200 yards twice.
The Ravens were the best pass defense that Stroud has seen this season and in terms of rankings, the Jets will be the second best. Warning for the future that Stroud and the Texans play the Browns in Week 16, and their defense is really good as well. Those teams are the top three in fewest net passing yards allowed per game. While Stroud is young and mobile, he doesn’t rush for many yards with only 143 rushing yards for the season so far and only one game with more than 20 rushing yards (Week 12 versus Jacksonville when he had 47 rushing yards and a rushing TD).
Stroud will also be without the services of one of his top receivers in fellow rookie Tank Dell ($1,244,382) who broke his left fibula last week and is out for the rest of the season. He was without Dalton Schultz ($6,250,000) last week as well and a depleted set of receivers is not optimal when facing the Jets’ pass defense. For those reasons, I’m recommending that you put Stroud on your Dynasty Owner Bench for Week 14 and find another QB to be in your Starting lineup. Hopefully you have a better option, even with all of the QB injuries this season.
Jaylen Warren (RB – PIT): While I’m listing Jaylen Warren ($857,333) here, the same goes for Najee Harris ($3,261,862). Warren just gets the nod because he is RB24 versus RB29 for Harris since Warren has scored more Dynasty Owner fantasy points this season (140.4 vs. 123.1 for Harris). Harris is expected to play on Thursday Night Football against the Patriots, but still listed as questionable and a non-participant in the Steelers’ practices on Tuesday and Wednesday.
If both are active, they will likely split the snaps and opportunities pretty evenly as they have done all season. Harris has gotten more red zone snaps (21 vs. 13 for Warren), while Warren leads in targets (48 vs. 30 for Harris). Whoever plays will find it difficult to run against the Patriots defense as they are ranked third in fewest rushing yards allowed per game (88.7 yards) and points have been hard to come by for most of the season with the team allowing an average of just 21.2 points per game. Despite losing their last three games, they have only allowed 26 points and just two TDs in that time and haven’t given up more than 20 points since Week 8 against Miami. The Pittsburgh offense isn’t close to as good as the Dolphins and so the likelihood is low that they will score much.
Put Warren in a Bench spot and Harris too if you have him and find someone else for your Week 14 Starting lineup if both are active. Even if Harris is declared inactive, I’d still be worried to start Warren and would leave him on my Bench.
Adam Thielen (WR – CAR): Adam Thielen had a hot start to the 2023 season, but has cooled off considerably since the Panthers’ Week 7 bye. In the six games prior to the bye, he averaged 21.08 Dynasty Owner fantasy points per game (126.5 Dynasty Owner fantasy points) with four games of more than 20.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points. In the six games after the bye, he has averaged only 9.07 Dynasty Owner fantasy points per game (54.4 Dynasty Owner fantasy points) with a high of 15.2 Dynasty Owner fantasy points in Week 8 versus Houston (8 receptions for 72 receiving yards).
Carolina is facing the New Orleans Saints pass defense that has performed well against WRs this season. They are allowing all WRs to average just 10.75 receptions for 131.1 receiving yards per game. Only eight TDs have been scored by WRs against the Saints’ defense and just four teams have allowed fewer than that. They held Amon-Ra St. Brown ($1,066,313) to his worst performance of the season with just 12.9 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (2 receptions, 49 receiving yards, 1 TD) so it stands to reason that they can do better against Thielen.
While Thielen did play well against the Saints back in Week 2 with 20.4 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (7 receptions, 54 receiving yards, 1 TD, 1 2-pt. conversion), I would be hesitant to use that performance as a reason to overlook how he has performed recently. It was likely more of an outlier so leave him on your Dynasty Owner Bench this week.
Evan Engram (TE – JAC): Evan Engram ($13,750,000) had his best game of the 2023 season in Week 13 versus Cincinnati with 23.2 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (9 receptions, 82 receiving yards, 1 TD). He has also been a consistent target for the Jaguars with a team-leading 91 targets and no fewer than five targets in any game. However, all of that was with Trevor Lawrence ($9,198,372) under center and this week, it’s going to be C.J. Beathard ($2,250,000) at the helm of the Jaguars’ offense.
I watched the Jaguars-Bengals game on Monday night. It was a great game and recalled that Engram seemed to be heavily utilized after Lawrence left, so I checked the stats to be sure. Turns out that Engram had four targets in two drives with Beathard at QB with four receptions for 31 receiving yards. That was 7.1 Dynasty Owner fantasy points on just two drives and would seem to indicate that things should be ok for the TE5 in Dynasty Owner.
As Lee Corso says, “Not so fast, my friend”. Pick your favorite GIF or meme of Corso saying that, there were way too many to choose from. Jacksonville is travelling to Cleveland to play the Browns this week and nobody stops TEs better than they do. For the season, TEs have caught only 27 passes for 262 receiving yards and 3 TDs on just 40 targets against the Browns. Two of those three TDs were by Mark Andrews ($14,000,000) back in Week 4, but I don’t think Beathard to Engram is as potent a QB-TE connection as Lamar Jackson ($52,000,000) to Andrews. If you take out that game out, opposing TEs only have scored 42.9 Dynasty Owner fantasy points in 11 games (3.9 points per game) versus the Browns.
Even though I would expect the Jaguars to try and get the ball to Engram in the passing game, I think the Browns will do to Engram what they have done to pretty much every other TE this season and shut him down. Leave Engram on your Dynasty Owner Bench this week and find someone else to be your Starting TE.
Free Agent Auction Targets Update
Now it’s time to recap the players recommended in Jay’s weekly Free Agent Auction targets article and see how much their Dynasty Owner roster percentage has increased since the start of Week 14. Jay’s final regular season article was published on Tuesday and had five players listed to help everyone with their Free Agent Auction bids.
Not sure how this week’s announcement impacted how Dynasty Owners approached their Free Agent Auction bidding. On one hand, teams in contention for the playoffs may have bid on players they normally wouldn’t to try and do their best to make the playoffs. On the other hand, some teams may not have bothered if they are out of playoff contention. Either way, there have been two Free Agent Auction runs already this week – Wednesday at 5 AM (Eastern) and Thursday at 5 AM (Eastern), so Dynasty Owners have had two chances to go pick up these guys in the Free Agent Auction. Hope you bid enough if you wanted to get them!
|Week 13 Roster %
|Current Roster %
I have to say that I’m a little bit surprised to see that more Dynasty Owners picked up Mitchell Trubisky than Joe Flacco. Trubisky’s percentage went up nearly 15 percentage points, while Flacco’s increased by just under 10 percentage points. Flacco is still rostered in more Dynasty Owner leagues and even with that said, both are under 40% rostered. With QBs getting knocked out of action seemingly every week, I would have expected more Dynasty Owners to pick up some QB depth for the playoffs.
Out of all of the players who Jay mentioned, Jaguars WR Parker Washington was picked up in the most leagues as his percentage jumped by nearly 20 percentage points. That was due to the core muscle injury suffered by Christian Kirk ($18,000,000) on Monday Night Football and Washington’s salary of barely over $1 million. Regardless of any other factors, Dynasty Owners still need salary cap and roster space to acquire players from the Free Agent Auction.
Brevin Jordan had his best performance of the season in Week 13 with 9.4 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (3 receptions for 64 receiving yards), but his roster percentage moved up less than five percentage points. And finally, we had Chris Rodriguez whose roster percentage stayed at 79.69% with the Commanders on a bye in Week 14. Not a surprise as only Dynasty Owner teams guaranteed to make the playoffs would have the luxury of adding him this week.
Happy bidding and hope everyone got who they wanted in the final Dynasty Owner regular season Free Agent Auction.
Chase for the Ring Leaderboard
It seems pretty certain that the final 2023 Regular Season Leaderboard will have The Road Warriors at the top as they have a 124.7 point advantage over everyone else with 2,315.3 points. The question remains whether or not they will win their League and capture the Ring.
There are three other teams who have the most realistic chance to win the Ring if The Road Warriors stumble and lose in the League #27449 playoffs. Komodo Dragons from League #174404 are in second place with 2,190.6 points, followed by Footy Football from League #76061 with 2,178.8 points and Garlic Bread butt shove from League #33935 in fourth place with 2,163.3 points.
If you want to check out the Chase for the Ring Leaderboard, it can be accessed at any time by going to https://app.dynastyowner.com/chase-for-the-ring. It’s a live leaderboard and the Regular Season Leaderboard can change while games are in progress, but it will stay static after this week’s games are over. The Championship Contenders tab will then become active with all of the teams remaining in the playoffs until the end of the final Dynasty Owner playoffs (NFL Week 17).
Undefeated Dynasty Owner Teams
It’s time for our weekly check in on the undefeated Dynasty Owner teams for the 2023 season. I’m only looking at teams currently inside the top 100 of the Chase for the Ring as those are the only records that I can see besides from teams in my own leagues. If you have an undefeated team outside of the Chase for the Ring leaderboard, please share it with me and your fellow Dynasty Owners on Twitter/X and I’ll be sure to add it.
Right now, we have five undefeated Dynasty Owner teams with an 13-0 record compared to seven at this point in 2022. We lost two teams from the ranks of the undefeated last week including FantasyGoat in League #27454 who ended up losing their Week 13 match-up and dropping off this list despite a solid week with 157.4 points. They even moved up six spots on the Chase for the Ring leaderboard from 95th place to 89th place. Unfortunately, they are no longer undefeated, unlike these five teams.
|Dynasty Owner Fantasy Points
|The Road Warriors
|Box Score Facts Checker
All of our undefeated Top 100 teams are nestled in the top half and four out of five are in the top third. Footy Football had the best weekly score out of the undefeated teams with 220.3 points in Week 13 and jumped up 55 spots to move into 28th place. WANNABEES in League #36564 had 215.7 points and climbed into the top 5. Komodo Dragons and Box Score Facts Checker each stayed in roughly the same spot in the Chase standings while having slightly above average weeks. In contrast, The Road Warriors scored just 140.0 points, the fewest among our undefeated teams. However, they have still scored the most points overall and still sit on top of the Leaderboard.
Good luck to all five teams on their quest to be undefeated for an entire Dynasty Owner season!
And finally, good luck to all Dynasty Owners this week and hope that all of you make the playoffs. If this is the final time you are reading one of my articles, thank you for doing so this week and for every time you have done so over the past five years!
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Steven Van Tassell is the Head of Content for Dynasty Owner