Categories Archives: Redraft

2019 Redraft Strategy Review: RB vs. WR Heavy February 10, 2020

In part one of this series, I reviewed tight end strategy in 2019 redraft formats. In part two, I looked at the early versus late quarterback strategy. Now in this third and final part, I will look at the early-round running back vs. wide receiver strateg...

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Redraft Reaction: Super Bowl LIV February 10, 2020

“Redraft Reaction,” attempts to break down how key events and roster moves affect the 2020 redraft fantasy football season – starting with Super Bowl LIV

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2019 Redraft Strategy Review: Early vs Late QB February 9, 2020

Of the three strategy debates, this is the one where I have by far the strongest opinion. Given that I wrote a weekly streamers article for DFF, it should come as no surprise that I am one of the biggest advocates for a late-round quarterback approach. As...

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2019 Redraft Strategy Review: Tight End February 2, 2020

Most people consider tight end to be a “onesie” position, similar to quarterback. You take one guy and hope he hits, and if he gets hurt or doesn’t work out, you then take a tight end from waivers. However, you can take that tight end at any point i...

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Late Season Stars: Part Two January 30, 2020

Over Brown’s first eight games, he averaged just 8.0 points in half PPR scoring. This put him outside the top 40 for wide receivers. Over his second eight games, he averaged 15.9 points per game. That was good enough to rank him third among WRs in point...

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Best Ball Newbie Perspective Part 2 January 29, 2020

Good to see you all back! For those of you who haven’t yet read my first installment, check it out here. In this installment, I’ll try to shed some light on which of my specific roster builds did the best and worst. Finally, we will close with some o...

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Late Season Stars January 27, 2020

Higbee is the poster child for this article. In the first eight weeks, he played in seven games, recording just 18 receptions on 23 targets for 170 yards and a touchdown. This made him utterly irrelevant in fantasy. However, over the final eight games, Hi...

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2019 Half Season All-Stars January 23, 2020

This will be a two-part article that will cover players that had half a good season in 2019. In part one, I’ll talk about players who excelled in the first half of the season but not the second half. In part two, I’ll do the reverse. I’ll also avoid...

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Best Ball Newbie Perspective: Part 1 January 15, 2020

Fantasy football without the grind of setting a bunch of lineups? That has to be the dream. This past offseason I decided to try some paid best ball contests to see if I could make myself a more well-rounded fantasy player. At DFF, we believe that every a...

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A Look Back and Forward: 10 Biggest Busts Part 2 January 13, 2020

In part one of this article, I chose five players from the top 50 in ADP that I considered to be busts in 2019. In part two, I will select five players from ADP between 51-150. When choosing my busts, I will try to avoid players that missed a few games b...

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A Look Back and Forward: 10 Biggest Busts (Part 1) January 11, 2020

In my previous two-part article, I looked at the 10 best draft values from the 2019 redraft season and how much they impacted fantasy teams. Also, I predicted the future and examined whether those players would live up to the same performance in 2020 and...

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A Look Back and Forward: 10 Best Values (Part 2) January 9, 2020

In this two-part article, I’m taking a look at the 10 best draft values from the 2019 redraft season. I started by choosing five players from the top 50 in ADP in part one, found here, and now I’ll pick five players from the rest of the draft in part ...

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A Look Back and Forward: 10 Best Values January 6, 2020

In this two-part article, I’ll take a look at the 10 best draft values from the 2019 redraft season. I’ll start by choosing five players from the top 50 in ADP in part one and then pick five players from the rest of the draft in part two.

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A Zero-RB Champion January 3, 2020

It's always fun to look back over your old teams to determine what went right and what went wrong. In this article, you can see the results of a zero-RB team from beginning to end.

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DFF Redraft League Review January 1, 2020

Twelve writers and editors from Dynasty Football Factory played in a redraft league together this year. There was no money on the line, just an opportunity to give our readers some more content and advice. The season is over, and now is the best time to r...

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Week 17 Streamers (Bonus Content!) December 24, 2019

For each position, I will give two streamers that are under 40% owned. These ownership percentages come from ESPN at the time of writing, typically Sunday night or Monday morning. I’ll start with quarterback, followed by tight end, then D/ST.

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Redraft Preparation for 2020 December 22, 2019

In this piece, I will cover what redraft players can do right now, assuming you're not focused on participating in championship week. Even if you are in the championship, you could still take some of this advice, but of course, you should primarily focus ...

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Week 16 Start/Sit December 19, 2019

If you’re reading this week, it’s likely because you made it to your league’s fantasy football championship. Congratulations! And if you’re playing for consolation prizes, best of luck this week. Don’t forget. There are a trio of games on the S...

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That’s a (DFF) Wrap Redraft December 19, 2019

Back in August, I wrote a retrospective of the draft for the DFF Redraft Championship. My draft and the analysis and thought behind it can be found here. In this article, I will compare my Week 1 roster to my Week 13 roster.

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Week 16 Streamers December 16, 2019

Welcome back to my streamers column. For each position, I will give two streamers that are under 40% owned. These ownership percentages come from ESPN at the time of writing, typically Sunday night or Monday morning. I’ll start with quarterback, followe...

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