My offseason view on dynasty rankings is significantly different than it is during the season. For starters, my main focus in the offseason is loading up on as much proven young talent as possible. During the season, I am more concerned about what I already have on my roster and making the subtle moves necessary in order to secure a championship.
Because we are nearing the end of the season, consider this round of dynasty rankings a bit of a preview for 2019. I will release another set shortly after the Super Bowl.
Based on the turnover rate in the NFL each year (roughly 25 percent), it seems foolish to consider anything past three years at any position simply because the odds suggest that three-fourths of the players in these rankings will be insignificant at the end of the 2020 season.
At any rate, here are the main criteria I have chosen to take into consideration while ranking quarterbacks.