Good dynasty owners know there is no such thing as a fantasy offseason. Staying on top of player values and looking for buying opportunities in your leagues, especially in the down parts of the NFL year, is one of the keys to improving your teams.
I’ve been chronicling my efforts to turn an orphaned Apex dynasty team into a champion. Along the way, I’ve talked format and strategy, looked at player projection, made a half-dozen trades, and executed a blockbuster. Now it’s time to prepare for the dynasty rookie draft.
Last year I asked this question: Is the Wide Receiver Position at Maximum Capacity? Yes, was the answer then. Now? The answer is still very much, Yes.
This article is the second in four-part Dynasty Market Trends series where I use two RotoViz Apps, The Dynasty ADP App, and the RotoViz Screener, to examine the dynasty trade market since 2008.
We are allowed a certain degree of freedom here at RotoViz, left to craft our articles each according to our own whims and fancies. Assuming that we don’t write anything too nonsensical,1 we can write what we I fear my Bryce Treggs breakout article will never see the light of
I was perusing Twitter when I saw an interesting question posed by one of fantasy football’s most astute thinkers, Brian Malone.
If you’re a seasoned dynasty owner, the concept of buying low is probably a familiar idea. Investing in players when their perceived value is lower than it should be is probably the quickest way to make a positive impact on your roster.
This article is the first in four-part Dynasty Market Trends series where I use two RotoViz Apps, The Dynasty ADP App, and the RotoViz Screener, to examine the dynasty trade market since 2008.
Using recency bias to purchase potential league winners on the cheap is a philosophy all dynasty leaguers should abide by on the quest for multiple championships and an infinite amount of bragging rights. After all, heroes get remembered but legends never die. To help you in this endeavor, the RotoViz staff
When it comes to fantasy football, there is one rule that supersedes all others: buy low, and sell high.