Dynasty Watch: Top 10 Risers 🚀   (Video)

Dynasty Watch: Top 10 Risers 🚀 (Video)

This article is part of our Dynasty Strategy series.

Top 10 players rising up the dynasty rankings, and ADP tracker. Joe Bartel makes his RotoWire Dynasty podcast debut. Along with host Alan Seslowsky, the two have a spirited debate over why "Dynasty Players are stupid!" The big risers are AJ Dillon, Amon-Ra St. Brown, and Jaylen Waddle. Is Ceedee Lamb "over-rated?"

The podcast (audio) version of this video can be found in the RotoWire Fantasy Football Podcast Feed. 

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ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Joe Bartel
Joe Bartel is RotoWire's Operations Specialist and football contributor among many other things. When not at the office, he's probably playing a variety of Gen 4 console games or rooting on his beloved Green Bay Packers.
Alan Seslowsky
Alan's passion for fantasy sports, depth of player analysis, and curiosity about the details are the pillars of his broadcasting style. He is a three time champion of the NFFC's "Beat Chris Liss" high stakes contest. In addition to RotoWire, Alan has contributed analysis and commentary for DFS Army, Dynasty Depot and RosterWatch.
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