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.
Since we’re truly heading into the offseason, and production in Week 17 is tough to gauge from an importance perspective, I felt a remix was in order. As has been mentioned over the last few weeks (starting in the first week of fantasy playoffs), the offseason in a dynasty league (or even some keeper leagues) is arguably the most important time of the year. There’s rookie drafts, tons of trading (depending on the league), dispersal drafts and potentially new startups. This is a fun and exciting time of the year, but it’s a lot more fun when there’s a strong base of knowledge to work off.
Below I listed three things (I think) are essential to long-term dynasty success. They have varying degrees of importance, and relate to different facets of a league’s format. One important thing to note is that there’s a lot of different formats ou...
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Russell Clay joined FantasyGuru.com as a contributor in August 2018. He prides himself on being a versatile fantasy writer who’s able to provide strong analysis on a wide array of topics.