I’ve been chronicling my efforts to turn an orphaned dynasty team into a champion. Along the way, I’ve talked format and strategy, looked at player projection, and made a half-dozen trades. What I did next might shock you.
I’m journaling my progress towards turning around an orphaned dynasty fantasy football team. In the last installment, I reviewed six of my initial trades. One of them may have already backfired.
I reached out to dynasty analysts and asked them a simple question… “Who is the one player you either own or are looking to acquire today in all your leagues?” If you missed the part one of this series check it out here. Below are more players some of the game’s top analysts are
Is the 2017 rookie running back class really that good, or am I just buying into the hype? That’s the question I’ve been asking myself as I’ve been consistently taking more RBs than usual in rookie drafts this spring.
I reached out to dynasty analysts and asked them a simple question… “Who is the one player you either own or are looking to acquire today in all your leagues?”
In Part I, I broke down this best ball dynasty fantasy football league setup and in Part II, detailed the first 15 rounds of this 42-round draft. I recommend reading them first, but here’s the short version: 12-team (32-man active roster), best ball, head-to-head, Superflex, TE
In last week’s installment, I talked about the roster I inherited when I took over an orphaned dynasty football team. I explained how and why I wanted to restructure the roster, and outlined a mindset of aggressively seeking opportunity via trading. Let’s see how my trade offers panned
Until Week 1 starts, we’re left to speculate about roles and production all off-season. In a perfect world, our teams (fantasy and otherwise) will win, draft picks will produce, and players will remain healthy, or come back from injury without an issue. As we all know, that rarely
In Part I of this dynasty diary, I looked at the league format and broke down my approach to the draft. I recommend reading that first, but here’s the short version: 12-team (32-man active roster), best ball, head-to-head, Superflex, TE Premium, IDP dynasty league with playoffs. Let’s dive into the
Every year there are players that fall into our lap as apparent values. Perhaps their situation has changed, or they were impressive in a small sample the prior year. Tyreek Hill is one of those players. Now that the Chiefs have cut Jeremy Maclin, he seems destined for a big year after being