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Week 12 Buy/Sell December 2, 2020

Well, the last week of the fantasy season is finally upon us for the majority of leagues. As such, this is the last week of Buy/Sell as you know it. We’ll be here throughout the playoffs with some matchups we love for each week, just in case your league...

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Michael Thomas Injury Fallout September 16, 2020

In Week 1, superstar Saints’ wide receiver Michael Thomas suffered a “high ankle injury.” While details have come out slowly, the Saints now expect Thomas potentially to miss multiple weeks, and they could place him on injured reserve. If Thomas goe...

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Kamara and Cook Get Paid! September 14, 2020

Continuing the trend of running back extensions, Dalvin Cook and Alvin Kamara both recently received long-term deals. These contracts lock them into Minnesota and New Orleans, respectively, for the foreseeable future. Let’s look at each deal individuall...

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Handcuff Heaven 2020 September 11, 2020

When I began writing fantasy content at Dynasty Football Factory, one of the first pieces I ever sent in was called “Handcuff Heaven”, detailing only the relevant considerations for the term that year and why you should or shouldn’t own them. With t...

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Start/Sit Week 1 September 10, 2020

After what feels like the longest offseason in NFL history, football is back! You’ve finished all of your drafts and had some time to bask in the glory of your undoubtedly stacked roster, but now is the time to make tough decisions. Which players can yo...

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Fantasy Saviour’s 2020 Redraft Review September 5, 2020

There really is nothing more exciting than draft season. This is my first time competing in the DFF redraft championship, so the pressure was and still is firmly on. The league format was 1 QB, 2 RB, 3 WR, 2 Flex, 1 TE, 1 D/ST. I landed the 9th spot in th...

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Sleeper Series: Jerick McKinnon August 22, 2020

After writing my redraft team breakdown series, I decided to start a new series as we approach the 2020 fantasy season. Every week, or probably more often than that, I’m going to bring you one fantasy sleeper representing a massive value in 2020 redraft...

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Karp’s DFF Redraft Mock July 31, 2020

Recently, the @DFF_Redraft crew joined up for a redraft mock draft. The format was: start 1 QB, 2 RB, 3 WR, 1 TE, 2 Flex, 6 bench spots, and PPR scoring. It was the first time this offseason that we did a mock with three starting wide receivers, so I was ...

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Redraft Team Focus: New Orleans Saints May 13, 2020

I’ll split up the fantasy assets into three categories: high-end assets, usable contributors, and dart throws. I’ll reference my PPR redraft rankings at the time of writing, which are here. If you want to read my previous work in this series, the full...

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Rookie Fever Antidote: Bottomed-Out Incumbents April 4, 2020

While we fantasy gamers rub our hands together in anticipation of a loaded class of prospects, let’s contemplate the whole picture of the draft goals of each team. Equally important, do these teams have the draft picks necessary to bring in impact playe...

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Should You Handcuff in Redraft? August 26, 2019

Fantasy strategies change a little every year, and some of these changes trickle down into fantasy sports. One big change we are starting to see is handcuffing the star running backs or more precisely NOT handcuffing them. When to handcuff and when to not...

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Redraft Handcuffs to Own July 23, 2019

Handcuff. This simple noun is known worldwide from military equipment to adult erotic toys. It means something entirely different in the world of fantasy football. When I got into fantasy football, back in the mid-1990s, drafting a risky player with high ...

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Dynasty: Handcuff Heaven: Running Back Edition April 23, 2019

Everybody wants the next Saquon Barkley, Todd Gurley, or Ezekiel Elliott. Elite running backs are a rarity and truly difficult to harvest from the giant draft pool every year. For these reasons, they are rightfully coveted and constantly sought after. It ...

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