Salary Cap leagues offer an entirely new dynamic to the traditional dynasty format as they create roster turnover, and reward owners who show not only an ability to judge player talent, but also use cap management skills to maximize their buying power. This article will provide an inside look to the thought process a salary cap owner goes through each offseason, and also shed some light on ways you can separate yourself from the competition as a savvy General Manager.
DFW co-owner Jeff Melbostad spouts off about his unpopular opinion on the considerably popular Victory Points fantasy football rule set. Whether you agree or disagree we want to hear from you!
Every wondered about Salary Cap leagues? Well they are awesome, and Brian Hawkes tells you why and breaks it down for you.
Have you heard of a Dynasty Fantasy Football League, but have always wondered what it is, and what its all about? Welcome to our Dynasty 101 week at DFW. We will be publishing a new article each day this week to help introduce you to the concept of Dynasty Leagues and all the awesomeness that comes with them.
Jay Myers recaps 30+ tips to become a dominant dynasty owner, collecting insights from throughout the DFW community.
Let’s talk about whether or not a league should allow league voting on trades -- is it right or is it wrong? Read on and I’ll let you be the judge in this classic article from DFW Co-Owner Jeff Melbostad.
Looking to re-build your dynasty roster? This gem from the DFW vault is a timeless classic and offers some great advice.
Author Jeff Melbostad describes another topic regarding morality in fantasy football. Is the practice of reversing trade mistakes right or wrong?
Dynasty Football World Championships - The DFWC is the first National contest to take Dynasty mainstream. This year the Grand Prize has been raised to $10,000 with $2,625 in League Prizes. Since Dynasty is meant to build long term results, additionally, each year a "Dynasty King" is crowned. This person, is the dynasty team owner who scores the most points over a 3yr period (awarded every year). In addition to the crown, a $2,000 Cash prize is also awarded following the season end.
Author Jeff Melbostad describes another topic regarding morality in fantasy football. Trading with future considerations is something each of us has likely run across or at least thought about. But is it right or is it wrong?