Whether your dynasty team is loaded, rebuilding, or somewhere in between, you can always look to improve.
With an update of the dynasty rankings on the horizon, we’re presenting 9 guys to consider buying or selling.
Let’s dive in.
Josh Doctson, WR, Redskins
Why He’s Affordable:
Doctson missed all but 2 games of his rookie season with dual Achilles injuries. He’ll compete for targets in a loaded pass catching corps including Jamison Crowder, Terrelle Pryor and Jordan Reed.
What We Like:
Doctson stands 6’2, 206 pounds with excellent athleticism. He showed particularly well in the explosion drills at the 2016 Combine, posting a 41-inch vertical (95th percentile) and a 131-inch broad jump (94th percentile).
Washington struggled in the red zone last year, so a healthy Doctson projects as a valuable contributor. The ‘Skins also lost 214 targets with the departures of DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon.
Docton’s unlikely to become a top-2 target for Kirk Cousins this season. But Jordan Reed’s persistent injury woes — and the 1-year deal Pryor’s playing on — gives hope to a larger role for Doctson in 2018 and beyond.