When evaluating players for dynasty purposes, you often have to look at many factors that you can sometimes overlook in redraft formats.
Joseph Randle (RB – DAL): The Cowboys let DeMarco Murray walk, instead opting to keep their stud WR Dez Bryant around. Probably a good idea as Murray had a history of injuries and it could be said that the offensive line was the real hero in the run game. Randle has some off-field issues and Darren McFadden’s running style could be a nice fit for the Cowboys, but all signs point to Randle having the inside edge on the starting job.
Recommendation: Long-term add/hold.
Kendall Wright and Justin Hunter (WRs – TEN): Both WRs value will certainly hinge on the progress that new Titan QB Marcus Mariota makes, but the sky really is the limit for these two WRs. Wright is probably the safest bet of the pair, as a solid route runner with a penchant to get open; something Mariota will quickly benefit from. Hunter is more of the downfield threat but could see an uptick in value if Mariota proves to be worth the 2nd pick in this past draft. That all said, bear in mind Dorial Green-Beckham is also in the mix. Hunter owners beware.
Recommendation: Long-term add/hold (Wright); make-or break year for Hunter.