What do we make of Antonio Brown in a dynasty format? He’s still a great receiver, and he’s caught a career-high 15 touchdowns this year. But he’s also 30 years old, and there are a lot of other good wide receivers who are a lot younger.

Brown in theory could still put up top-3 receiving numbers for a couple more seasons. You could arguably put him at the top of the board among wide receiver and come out ahead of those who go prefer younger receivers who are good but never come close to reaching a Brown-type level of production.

But age is a factor when looking at long-term rankings. Great as he is, Brown has had a few injuries. He’s got a knee issue right now, and he missed time with a calf injury at the end of last season. There also have been reports of some off-field incidents, including charges he threw furniture off a hotel balcony that nearly struck a toddler, and a citation for speeding at over 100 mph.

And with one eye on age, you have to wonder if Brown is even the best wide receiver on his own team. JuJu Smith-Schuster has been pretty awesome his first two years, and he’s 8 years younger.

Tyreek Hill, Michael Thomas and Mike Evans are all at least 5 years younger than Brown, and I put them all higher on my board.

The following rankings are based on standard scoring and assume fantasy franchises have the ability to protect players indefinitely. Basically, you get a player like DeAndre Hopkins (my No. 1), and he’s yours for as long as you want him.

I’ve been posting dynasty rankings all season long, hitting one position (QB-RB-WR-TE) each weekend. To see previous lists, click on the “older” link at the bottom of the page.

1.HOUDeAndre Hopkins26
2.KCTyreek Hill24
3.GBDavante Adams26
4.NOMichael Thomas25
5.PITJuJu Smith-Schuster22
6.TBMike Evans25
7.PITAntonio Brown30
8.NYGOdell Beckham26
9.INDT.Y. Hilton29
10.DETKenny Golladay25
11.MINAdam Thielen28
12.MINStefon Diggs25
13.DALAmari Cooper24
14.ATLJulio Jones29
15.CINA.J. Green30
16.TENCorey Davis23
17.CARDJ Moore21
18.LARCooper Kupp25
19.LARBrandin Cooks25
20.ATLCalvin Ridley24
21.LACKeenan Allen26
22.PHIAlshon Jeffery28
23.LARRobert Woods26
24.SEATyler Lockett26
25.CLEJarvis Landry26
26.LACMike Williams24
27.NYJRobby Anderson25
28.HOUWill Fuller24
29.DETMarvin Jones28
30.CINTyler Boyd24
31.CARCurtis Samuel22
32.NYGSterling Shepard24
33.ARIChristian Kirk22
34.DENEmmanuel Sanders31
35.SEADoug Baldwin30
36.CHIAllen Robinson25
37.PHIGolden Tate30
38.SFDante Pettis23
39.CLEAntonio Calloway21
40.JACDede Westbrook25
41.TBChris Godwin22
42.NOTreQuan Smith22
43.LACTyrell Williams26
44.DALMichael Gallup22
45.CHIAnthony Miller24
46.SEADavid Moore23
47.DENCourtland Sutton23
48.MIAKenny Stills26
49.BUFZay Jones23
50.NYJQuincy Enunwa26
51.KCSammy Watkins25
52.GBGeronimo Allison24
53.WASJamison Crowder25
54.NEJulian Edelman32
55.GBMarquez Valdes-Scantling24
56.BUFRobert Foster24
57.TBAdam Humphries25
58.PHINelson Agholor25
59.PITJames Washington22
60.MIAAlbert Wilson26
61.CLERashard Higgins24
62.ARILarry Fitzgerald35
63.ATLMohamed Sanu29
64.CHITaylor Gabriel27
65.NOKeith Kirkwood25
66.CINJohn Ross23
67.BALJohn Brown28
68.TENTaywan Taylor23
69.HOUKeke Coutee21
70.WASPaul Richardson26
71.MIADeVante Parker25
72.BALWillie Snead26
73.GBEquanimeous St. Brown22
74.DENDaesan Hamilton23
75.BALMichael Crabtree31
76.WASJosh Doctson26
77.INDChester Rogers24
78.KCChris Conley26
79.TBDeSean Jackson32
80.OAKJordy Nelson33
81.SFMarquise Goodwin28
82.NEPhillip Dorsett25
83.ARITrent Sherfield22
84.JACDJ Chark22
85.JACDonte Moncrief25
86.KCDemarcus Robinson24
87.DENTim Patrick25
88.DALCole Beasley29
89.MINAldrick Robinson30
90.KCKelvin Benjamin27
91.TENTajae Sharpe24
92.NOTed Ginn33
93.SFKendrick Bourne23
94.INDDontrelle Inman29
95.NYGCorey Coleman24
96.NEChris Hogan30
97.CLEBreshad Perriman25
98.HOUDemaryius Thomas31
99.CARDevin Funchess24
100.NODez Bryant30

—Ian Allan