Before we begin the breakdown, remember to check who your league mates dropped once waivers clear. Week 2 was brutal, and some of your competitors might not have the luxury of keeping stud IDP players on IR all year. If they can't, and you can make sure to grab them up immediately.
I'm not sure whether I'm a bigger fan of a good Pennsylvania Rye or a healthy pour of Glenlivet, so I try to keep a supply on hand to quench my thirst. In the same token, I'm not sure if you enjoy my (JJ) brand of smooth dad-joke laden IDP takes or if you prefer the Benny Hill and Oscar Wilde mash-up of Duncan Smith. Well, you are going to get a mix of both as we join forces to take a look at weekly IDP trends.
In today's disposable society, we rarely look back and take stock of where we were in yesteryear and how we got to today. Well, with a little help from my old friend, the internet, I've decided to go back and look at previous NFL drafts. I'm looking at picks 1,25,50,75 and 100 from each year starting in 2014. When the exact pick isn't an offensive player, I've taken the next closest and indicated their draft position. I've chosen to start my retrospective in 2014 mostly because woof, what a crop.
By Duncan Smith Greetings All, and welcome to part 6 of our startup recap. I'm going to wrap up here with the second half of our draft. I'm going to recap our format and scoring quickly. It is as follows, 12 team, Superflex Dynasty league. Squads consist of 1 QB, 2 RB, 2 WR, 1 … Continue reading ROD Writers League: The Anatomy of a Startup Draft – Part 6
Now that you’ve all followed my advice and gone out and acquired shares in all of my rookie sleepers... You did, right? I’m back with another rookie running back for you to consider, Tennessee Titans Darrynton Evans, the Appalachian State back who was selected 93rd overall in the third round by Tennessee.
Thank you for joining me for part 5 of my Dynasty startup review. At this point we’re going to increase the number of rounds we cover again and reach the halfway point of the draft by covering rounds 11 through 15.
By this stage in proceedings, our teams are coming together. Each manager should have an idea of where their strengths lie and what positions they need to take some fliers on in the middle rounds. So without further ado here is the results of this portion of the draft:
In my never-ending quest to bring attention to players worth stashing on the end of your bench, I'm bringing you not one, not two, but SEVEN. An entire starting roster of rookie players going incredibly late in drafts with the potential to break out and make you look like a genius.
Are you the type of Dynasty player who likes scouring the bottom of the ADP lists and depth charts for players? Do you get excited when you see a new article claiming "Deep Sleepers" only to find four of the picks went in the first 15 rounds of your start-up?
Here at Ride or Dynasty, we like to give you the content you can use, so we're giving you a look at the results of our Writers' Room dynasty startup draft. It's put up or shut up time, who will stick to their grand philosophy? Who will crumble like week-old tacos when a player they claim to hate starts dropping and lands in their lap. Can I make it out the other side with any dignity?