The crew at DLF truly believes there is no off-season. After all, we’ve already produced 626 articles this year.
Yes, you read that right. SIX. TWENTY. SIX.
Tonight’s game marks the beginning of the regular season and many followers of DLF may be new and not really know what to expect. We’re proud to unveil our plans for the year for both our free and Premium content, both geared at creating a uniquely tailored experience for our followers. We sincerely thank everyone who has been with us, whether you’ve been reading since 2006 or somehow just found us this year. We invite all of you to continue making us a daily stop because we have the best content plan we’ve laid out for any regular season to date. Here are just some of the things you can expect from DLF during the year:
The Sunday Six Pack
Jarrett Behar will cover six important storylines crucial to follow in dynasty leagues.
The Monday Morning Hangover
Jeff Haverlack reviews the results from the Sunday Six Pack and evaluates their impact.
The DLF Mailbag
Our weekly column continues with Eric Hardter’s answers to pertinent dynasty questions.
The Weekly Aftermath
Our longest running column returns for its eighth year as we cover weekly MVPs, LVPs, have some lineup fun and experience some dynasty gut checks.
Divisional Breakout Predictions
Eric Olinger leads a crazy group of writers who predict breakout performances for the upcoming week, division by division.
The DLF Dynasty Podcast
Tim Stafford and Jarrett Behar bring you our weekly show with special guests, analysis and all the news fit to print…or speak.
The Numbers behind the Numbers
The mysterious FF Ghost shares interesting stats about the weeks matchups and uncovers trends happening in dynasty leagues.
Weekly Impact Events
Can’t keep up with all the news and notes for the week? Ryan McDowell will have you covered in this one size covers all column.
The Dynasty Confessional
Karl Safchick makes his series debut as he shares stories from dynasty league owners who are brave enough to share their tales of woe.
We cover all the important upcoming weekly performances from the Collegiate level.
The Sunday Morning Huddle
We cover an important player to watch from each of the different teams from every contest and why the day is critical to their dynasty values.
We answer all your lineup advice questions throughout the week in our special exclusive column.
Waiver Wire Advice
We give you all the players suitable to add to your dynasty teams each and every week.
The Dynasty Doctor, Scott Peak, makes a weekly house call to discuss all the important weekly injuries and how they impact dynasty leagues.
Rookie Report Card
Andy Miley will stop in and share his thoughts on weekly rookie performances.
Jacob Feldman stops by each week to check reality vs. myth in dynasty leagues.
The Dynasty Stock Market
Ryan McDowell continues on with his regular series on buys, sells, holds and other value related issues in dynasty leagues.
Mining for Paydirt
To keep you ahead of the curve, Chad Scott reveals his weekly list of players owned in less than 35% of leagues who should be added to your roster or watch list.
Steve Wyremski returns with his weekly IDP watch to keep you in the know about all the important developments in IDP leagues.
Second and Third Year Player Development
Andy Miley takes us through another year of young player development through his keen game evaluations.
Target and Opportunity Trends
We continue to break down the numbers with a periodic update from Jaron Foster.
IDP Home Team Scoring Measurements
Our popular tracking of home team scorekeeping of IDP tackles from Eric Olinger returns.
In addition to these regular columns during the season, you can also just imagine what we’ll also be able to offer with the group we’ve assembled. You can rest assured we’ll still provide all the instant analysis we’re known for in addition to all these other fine offerings. So, in a nutshell, we’ll be kind of busy.
Whether you follow DLF for the free content, the DLF Forum, the DLF Dynasty Podcast, the Premium Content or for any other reason, we thank you for your support and wish you the best of luck this year. However, as you know, we believe luck is the byproduct of being prepared and that’s exactly what we’ll help you be.