What could be better than more football?

The obvious answer to our very rhetorical question, is not much. This is especially true in the sporting realm, as let’s be honest, the summer has barely started and we have already obsessed about, updated, changed, revised, and changed back our draft boards. And that was just last week.

Each season is its own individual entity, but at the root of all things, aside from specific scoring or roster settings, fantasy football has remained consistent over the years. That is because until this year, the structure of the NFL season hasn’t changed. 

16 games over 17 weeks for NFL teams followed by playoffs and 13 weeks of regular season action followed by three weeks of playoffs in the fantasy football...