DLF dominates the Dynasty Experts League



In week 14, nooffseason.com defeated DLF in the Dynasty Experts League. This league, formed last season, consists of some of the biggest fantasy sites on the web.  So, why is this important?

That was the only blemish on the record of DLF all season.

That’s right – DLF won the Dynasty Experts League championship this year with a record of 15-1. The league consists of the following sites:

Fantasy Sharks
Pro Football Focus
ESPN / Scouts, Inc.
Pigskin Addiction

We’re thrilled to have put together such a great season and further highlight DLF, our forum and our followers as some of the brightest fantasy football owners on the planet.  Here are some numbers we’ve produced this season:

1.) We averaged 201.3 points per game – the next closest team was under 180.
2.) Our all play record for the season was a ridiculous 151-25 (.858%)
3.) We set three of the four highest weekly point totals (and 6 of the top 18) in league history
4.) Our average margin of victory was 58 points

We have an incredible amount of respect for the other owners in this league, so winning it is a great honor not just for DLF, but for everyone involved in our community here. If you didn’t think we were on the map before, we sure are now.


Ken Kelly

Ken Kelly

Senior Partner - Executive Editor at DynastyLeagueFootball
Ken is a corporate trainer by day an a tireless editor of dynasty content by night. His passion for the World Champion Seattle Seahawks is second only to his love of fantasy football and the dynasty format.

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  1. Jeff Haverlack

    December 27, 2011 at 12:53 pm

    Congratulation to my co-coach on a great year in the league! I wondered how easy it would be to co-coach at this level with Ken, but it has been amazing how in-tune we were with each other and the trust that we had in each other when moves were to be made.

    A little bit of an odd year for your DLF crew. Aaron Rodgers and Welker, of course, were studs. Reggie Bush and Marshawn Lynch were huge performers for us and Antonio Brown was the highlight waiver wire addition. Losing McFadden and Jennings really hurt but we had enough depth to pick up the slack.

    Demaryius Thomas finished very strongly and has given us real hope for next year. We were initially very weak at WR but a trade for Greg Jennings to match with Welker, and now Thomas and Brown, gives us enough youth to be excited about.

    Ryan Mathews and Jonathan Stewart remain young with enough potential to provide upside.

    On the downside, Boldin is obviously fading quickly and our studly LB group headlined by Fletcher and Ray Lewis will have to be addressed.

  2. tim

    December 27, 2011 at 4:06 pm

    Awesome work guys. DLF is the preeminent dynasty site because of the community as a whole. This is a great example of the quality of content and knowledge that we all enjoy.

    • Jeff Haverlack

      December 27, 2011 at 8:15 pm

      Thanks for the comment Tim. We’re very committed to improving the content, both volume, stats and rankings in the coming year as well. But most of all, we won’t rest until we have every committed fantasy coach on the planet signed up and participating in our forums.

      If you are reading this now,whoever you are, if you’re not signed up on our forums … PLEASE do so now. We can’t build the best site and have the very best community without EVERY one of you signed up and participating.

      You won’t find a site more committed to that end, I promise you that!

  3. Eric

    December 28, 2011 at 10:14 am

    Great job guys, congratulations!

  4. C.Crane

    December 28, 2011 at 7:06 pm

    Good job fellas. We know who is who in Fantasy!

  5. Man of Walt

    January 2, 2012 at 1:41 pm

    Great job guys! Just shows why this is the best place for dynasty information and discussion.

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