2019 NFL Draft Guide: Dynasty Leagues
Ryan Hallam gives you the rundown on setting up a fantasy football dynasty league and also throws in the pros and cons of playing in such a league.
You have been looking at all of the articles, tweets, and conversations about dynasty leagues and you really want to jump on the dynasty bandwagon. Below is an introduction to dynasty leagues and how to do them right. What factors do you need to look at in order to start or join a successful dynasty league? How different are they from standard redraft or keeper leagues? What sites are the best to set them up on?
Types of Leagues
First, in dynasty leagues you are generally keeping most, if not all, of your roster from year to year. There are generally two types of dynasty leagues, regular dynasty and devy leagues. Regular dynasty leagues tend to have a rookie draft held sometime after the NFL Draft. If your league doesn’t have you keep your entire roster, free agents can be incorporated into the rookie draft. Devy leagues will incorporate college football into your roster. These leagues will have a college draft once a year where you will choose players still in the NCAA that...