The NFL Draft is the time of year where you learn the most about NFL teams. Their views on weaknesses, willingness to deal with off-the-field issues, and overall team direction. As fans, we wonder why an NFL club would pick one position over the next, especially if there is a …
The biggest lesson you can learn playing dynasty fantasy football is that you CANNOT only rely on “young players.” Let me say it one more time but in a different way. To have a successful dynasty team, you should have veterans sprinkled through your roster to help stabilize and to create depth to your roster.
Probably one of the roughest weeks to get a grasp on during the fantasy football season is the week of Thanksgiving. Three games are being played on Thursday, games on Sunday and don’t forget the Monday night game. This is a ton of pressure to put on owners and to top it off there were a lot of notable injuries in Week 11 and your fantasy playoffs are right around the corner.
Rebuilding a dynasty team is a true craft and requires us to have the mentality of a brick layer! It isn’t just important to put up the wall, but every move should be thought out, and you must have a strong foundation. In this article, I want to focus on sleepers and stashes who teams should be trading for and stashing on your rebuilding rosters.