Brady and Rodgers were QB12 and QB13, respectively. You won’t get anything for them in dynasty, but they can be reasonable mid-round picks in redraft, assuming they don’t retire.
Ekeler, CMC, Henry, and Chubb were all in the top 5 at RB this year. I would say Henry is the least likely to repeat, just based on his touches (382). The other three will likely be top 5 picks in redraft, but probably won’t get you much value in dynasty, although I’d still continue to hold them at this point.
As for Mixon, I think we see the cliff happening with him, as he only played 14 games. I wouldn’t take him any higher than as a mid-round pick in redraft. If you have him in dynasty, start looking for a replacement.
For WR’s, Hill, Adams and Diggs are still top 4 and elite. Elite WR’s don’t typically hit an age cliff, but rather trail off, although Hill worries me because his production is mostly based on speed. It’s hard to say what will happen with him once he starts to lose that. But I would still draft these guys early in redraft. In dynasty, it may be time to trade them for value, if you can. If not, just hold them.
Kupp is a strange one to consider. before his injury, he was elite, possibly the most elite. I would probably take him in redraft, late 1st round. In dynasty, hold him until we see how he produces next year. If he gets off to a strong start, I’d look to deal him for value. And don’t just trade him to get rid of him. If you can’t get any value, then just hold him.
Allen, Lockett and Evans are at the end of their value. In redraft, they are mid-round picks at best. In dynasty, they are throw-ins on larger deals. They won’t sell a trade by themselves.
At TE, Kelce is head and shoulders above everyone else. Even if his production dips, I doubt he will fall below the top 5 at TE. In dynasty, Pitts is the only one who can possibly rate higher.
As for Waller and Kittle, age and injuries have diminished them. Even though Kittle was TE3, that was mainly due to him having a peak year in TD’s. He should regress next year. It should be noted that he hasn’t played a full season since 2018. As for Waller, he hasn’t played a full season since 2020, nor has he had a good season since then. Even when he does play, it is clear he isn’t the same TE he was. I wouldn’t even take Waller with a mid-round pick.