“Handcuffs” Which RBs Should you be Targeting in 2014!

Handcuffing is having a starting player’s backup in case that player gets hurt.  We all know the importance of handcuffing our running backs, especially in Dynasty. When it comes to protecting your depth at the running back position, handcuffing is an ...

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Sophmores Primed For Breakout Years!

Drafting rookies is always a gamble and for the most part, they fail to produce in their rookie years. Dynasty teams are dependent on rookie development and contributions to be competitive on a yearly basis. Filling your lineup with top-tier ...

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“Dynasty Ideology” – Why you should be planning for the future!

Unless you have been living under a rock the last few years, you probably already know about Clemson wide receiver, Sammy Watkins.  Watkins was a unanimous top fifty overall recruit coming out of high school. Of the major recruiting services, ...

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“Dynasty Stock Market” Be Bullish, Buy Low – Feb 2014

Trading for a player right before they blow up on the fantasy scene is a great feeling and makes you look like a dynasty genius to your peers.  When buying low, it’s always best to acquire a young player that ...

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“Dynasty Stock Market” Be Bearish, Sell High – Feb 2014

Trading a player away right before his decline or while they still hold value as top-tier talent before they enter the world of mediocrity takes not only courage but also the wherewithal to do so.  When I say to sell ...

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What is Dynasty Fantasy Football?

So exactly, what is dynasty fantasy football? Well, to put if briefly – dynasty is fantasy football 365 days a year. When you draft a player, you have the option of having him on your team for his entire career. ...

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Who’s in this week’s – “Thrift Store Bargains”

This article is for the teams that sit on the top half your dynasty league. The teams that are one piece away from making a run at a championship this year. The teams that want to defend their crown from ...

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