It's April of 2011 and your team is one player away from a championship.
In your mind, adding a stud wideout will elevate your stacked roster from contender to favorite. Do you sacrifice your team's future by trading away a package of premium draft picks for Julio Jones?
The Atlanta Falcons faced this exact decision, but the thought process has no place in fantasy football—unless you play in a dynasty league.
Dynasty formats take fantasy football to the next level. They are more realistic and thus more challenging.
Dynasty leagues play just like your standard re-draft or keeper league, except you keep every player on your roster from year to year. Expanded rosters allow teams to stash away young, developing talent without hurting starting lineups.
Don't worry if drafting is your favorite part of the game. With the best talent already rostered, dynasty owners mimic their real-life counterparts by drafting rookies each spring.
Isn't simulating the job of a NFL general manager what fantasy football is all about?
Here are six reasons why serious fantasy football players should make the switch.