Welcome to the second installment of Razzball’s Dynasty League strategy guide. Last time we talked we discussed some of the ways for 1st year owners in a Dynasty League to succeed amongst both veteran and rookie owners. Today we will look into strategies that can help veteran owners in existing leagues take your team not just into the postseason but into a Championship contender for years to come.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Doc’s note: Lawrence practices what he preaches over at his Dynasty league NJFFL. Check it out!
As a fellow fantasy football player, league founder and Dynasty league commissioner I spend lots of time pondering my next steps for various league issues whether they are my own or someone elses.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Doc’s note: In IDP leagues you have to be sure to check the scoring system before you go all hog wild with our rankings here. Lawrence gives us his top 50 for IDP, but if a deflected pass is worth 30 points, adjust!Please, blog, may I have some more?
#1 DERRICK MORGAN, TENNESSEE TITANS – SELECTED IN THE 1st ROUND, 16th OVERALL
This guy is a physical specimen and has all the tools to be a Pro Bowl DE in the very near future. The Georgia Tech product was drafted by Tennessee in an effort to fill holes left behind by most recently Kyle Vanden Bosch and Albert Haynesworth on the D Line.Please, blog, may I have some more?
The 2010 NFL Draft class is choc full of potential fantasy studs at the DB position. Here are my top 10 incoming Rookie DB’s for 2010.
#1 Eric Berry, Kansas City Chiefs, Selected in the 1st Round (5th Overall)
There is no way KC was gonna pass up on him and for good reason.Please, blog, may I have some more?
(Doc’s note: I’d like for ya’ll to join me in thanking Lawrence Marino for stepping up to give us a hand in the realm of IDP. You might have noticed we haven’t done much with IDP here at Razzball and I can tell you it is for a lack of trying.Please, blog, may I have some more?