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 the fantasy season is pretty much over (unless you’re a glutton for punishment), I’ve taken out the “Season Altering injuries section”. It is worth noting that Denver Broncos Running Back Phillip Lindsay suffered a season-ending wrist injury in Week 16, but he should be fine for the start of 2019.
For this week, I’ll be focusing a bit more on the NFL draft. Given the time of year, time is of the essence to roster speculative adds and prepare a rookie draft strategy. Especially with payments and leagues replacing owners, there’s usually a period of time where waivers is closed. If that isn’t the case, it’s worth perusing every position for possible adds. As mentioned previously about rookie draft strategy, with seasons complete that means rookie slots are set and the draft order is available to evaluate.
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