People that religiously play Fantasy Football know the difference between seasonal and dynasty leagues. But for those of you that are new to the world of fantasy football, a seasonal league is where you draft a different team each year, where a dynasty league is one where players carry over to the next season’s roster.
Dynasty Leagues are interesting because you have to be like a real NFL GM, balancing the future of your roster with the need to win now. Some Fantasy Owners become so caught up in finding youth that they forget that they have to win this year.
One of the most undervalued dynasty strategies is remembering that veteran players can help you win right away and should be considered a lot more than people realize.
Here is the main statistic you have to remember when it comes to the NFL, according to the NFL Players Association: The average career lasts three-and-a-half years. Furthermore, QB Brett Favre is debating whether to play his 20th season, which is about six times longer than the 3.5-year league average...
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