Dynasty

Lockett Man

So I don’t think it’s gonna be a long long time, Till a Touchdown brings me round again to findI’m not the man they think I am Oh no no no I’m a Lockett man……  Tyler Lockett is my pick for under appreciated Wide receiver, and in my opinion Seattles no1 target man.  Lockett has been Russell Wilson’s go to guy for the past two seasons and has finished in the top 15 WRs for 2 seasons running in a team that doesn’t throw the ball often.  Most fantasy players seem to have forgotten him and prefer the new shiny new …

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Overlooked PPR Star?

26 soon to be 27 year old wide receiver out of Duke University, who finished 26th in PPR formats last year and had career highs in targets (122), receptions (78) and receptions for first downs (41) as well as his second highest touchdown total with 6 and also second highest receiving yards in a regular season with 833 yards. Drafted to the Washington Redskins in 2015 with the 105th pick, could this 5 year veteran have another season of personal career high in 2020? Players have often performed better after leaving an Adam Gase led regime, DeVante Parker, Kenyan Drake …

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Looking for a TE? I Noah guy

So mostly everyone has their top 4 ranked tight ends as George Kittle, Travis Kelce, Mark Andrews, and Zach Ertz, after that there is a gap in class from the elite 4. However, there is someone who’s getting drafted around the 7th or 8th round in PPR leagues that I’m looking to add after the elite foursome with high upside and its Denver Broncos tight end Noah Fant. Fant had a good rookie year for the Broncos especially once Drew Lock became the starting quarterback. In 16 games, 11 starts, he had 562 yards with 3TDs. He led all rookie tight ends …

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Dynasty Ageism

As someone who has been playing fantasy football for about 4 years now it has become apparent that people have decided that re-draft leagues are not enough anymore. Not only does it seem that most leagues are dynasty leagues but there are also flex or as I have found this year, Super-flex. I have completed a few Super-flex league drafts this off season and it always amazes me the amount of draft value people put on guys coming out of college compared to seasoned pro’s. So I have compiled certain players and comparisons that I believe will help you win …

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Dynasty Questions Keeping Me Awake At Night

#notanexpert Disclaimer: Following any advice or suggestions in the following article may or may not help your dynasty team but the writer takes no responsibility whatsoever for the results. Thanks everyone who submitted questions, for this week’s (might be month’s) Dynasty Questions Keeping me Awake At Night. Here we go: Q1. @AndrewHallFF Is Ke’Shawn Vaughn really that much better than RoJo? Since the Buccaneers spent the 76th pick on Vanderbilt running back Ke’Shawn Vaughan he’s quickly become one of the most polarising rookie draft topics. On one hand his supporters see a productive college back with pretty decent draft capital …

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Five Dynasty Questions Keeping Me Up At Night – Part 4

1. David Johnson. WTF? I don’t think anyone has broken more fantasy football hearts this year than David Johnson. Before the season the excitement was palpable. Kliff Kingsbury and his exciting new offence was going to reignite DJ and put him right back into the mix as an RB1, a genuine league winner for those who kept the faith. Well, not so much. It’s been a very frustrating season for DJ owners. Flashes of production have come and gone. Just as he seemed to be finding a degree of form his season was derailed by injury. His single touch against …

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2020 Dynasty Rookie Draft

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As we race headlong into the 2nd half of the NFL season now seems as good a time as to give those of you with lost seasons a sneak peak of what lies ahead next April as Dynasty leagues look for reinforcements in draft season. College football rankings are starting to sort themselves out as the usual suspects of Alabama, Clemson and Ohio State start to pull away. This year they have been joined by a resurgent LSU and a still undefeated Penn State. Right now the playoff looks likely to be contested by 4 of these 5 teams. Of …

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Stick or Twist: Where to go in Dynasty?

As we reach the half way point in the fantasy season, we are quickly arriving at the point of no return for many teams. Everyone knows the teams they can quit on. If your 1-7 or 0-8 then you probably want to shut it down for the year – in truth you’ve probably given up checking any redraft teams with that sort of record. After week this week if you’ve only got two wins then it’s probably time to abandon all hope. In Dynasty though this is a critical time for owners, a time to start laying the ground work …

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Aaron Jones

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German philosopher Friedrich Hagel is credited with the somewhat cynical quote “the only thing we learn from history is that we learn nothing from history”. It’s a sentiment that rears its head in the fantasy football world at this time of year as owners everywhere try to find some form of advantage heading into the new season. The fantasy world is increasingly fragmenting, and approaches and opinions differ widely. Some owners build their strategy on data and projections, some use tape and the “eye-test” and others overlay a significant heap of gut-feeling and, believe it or not, wishful thinking. None …

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Dynasty Fantasy Football For Beginners

This is where the big boys play! What are dynasty leagues? Dynasty leagues are leagues that require commitment over multiple years. After the initial startup draft, players will remain on the same roster from one season to the next unless traded or released. After the first initial season, another draft is held, this is for rookies only, meaning respective owners must be in tune with NFL draft prospects from college (Hardcore). I liken the experience of being a dynasty owner,to as realistic an experience of managing an NFL Franchise as an amateur is likely to do. Tips Now we’ve nailed …

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