Dynasty Leagues: 10 players who lost the most value in 2023

  • Several RBs went in the wrong direction
  • Rookie WR already a bust?
  • New York wasn't good to Darren Waller

Jan 7, 2024; Inglewood, California, USA;  Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce (87) waves to someone in the stands.
Jan 7, 2024; Inglewood, California, USA; Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce (87) waves to someone in the stands. / Kiyoshi Mio-USA TODAY Sports
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Treylon Burks, Tennessee Titans
Tennessee Titans wide receiver Treylon Burks (16) runs the ball while evading Houston Texans safety Jimmie Ward. / Andrew Nelles / The Tennessean / USA

Treylon Burks, WR, Tennessee Titans

Treylon Burks looked like a terrific player coming out of college at Arkansas but the NFL has not been kind to him thus far. Injuries and an offense that lacks explosion in the passing game have held him down and this season, he caught only 16 passes.

Burks does not look like a big contributor going forward and if you are wondering what Quentin Johnson's trajectory looks like, just look at Burks.

Greg Dulcich, TE, Denver Broncos

The Denver Broncos did not have much of a down-field passing attack this season but many dynasty players had high hopes for second-year tight end Greg Dulcich. Those hopes should be completely dashed by this point.

Dulcich simply can't stay on the field as it seems a hamstring injury has been lingering since he got into the league. He played in only two games for the team this season and caught three passes.

You can stash him on your roster if you have the room but it hasn't been a great start to Dulcich's career. He's played in just 12 of a possible 34 games so far.