While fantasy points are scored in the same fashion on a weekly basis, there are some distinct differences between dynasty and season-long fantasy football evaluation. The goal of this article is to break down player movement in a dynasty-based point of view and provide the proper context needed to make informed decisions.
It’s Week 10, and in dynasty leagues, it’s very likely the trade deadline has passed or will be doing so soon. It’s incredibly important to recognize where your teams are headed for the 2018 season and to adjust accordingly. Don’t be afraid to be aggressive on the trade market if only a player or two away from making a push. Winning one season can pay off up to six years of buy-ins, so beyond mortgaging the entire future (Try really hard to hold onto that future first), gunning for the current season is a worthy endeavor.
This is also a brutal stretch of Bye Weeks, and in dynasty leagues, depth Is going to come into play here. Players like Curtis Samuel, Mike Williams, and Marquez Valdez-Scantling are scary propositions to start in any given week, but now is the time to gamble on talent...
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