In this series, I give you an inside look at all of my teams, their history and my plans for the future. I’d like to provide some insight into struggles I’ve faced, and reveal weekly thoughts and feelings on anything and everything football. Join me as I succeed or crash and burn. For more information on the leagues, check out the introduction. If there is anything more you’d like to see or any questions you have, please let me know in the comments section.
Most fantasy seasons are over when the NFL ends. But for us, they are only just beginning. Were you a league-winner with the best team, the most points scored and a dominating championship week victory? Or were you the loser, falling at every hurdle with disappointing veteran seasons, all-hype-and-no-production youngsters and injuries galore?
Whichever you were, it doesn’t matter now. Because we’re already moving on. Before we know it, NFL free agents will be finding new teams and the dynasty landscape will drastically change. Values will rise and fall. Rookies will fit into perfect systems or replace those vets who we thought had clear chances at starting roles. The off-season is when it all happens, and you need to be prepared. In this post, I’ll take a look at a number of off-season dynasty events and how best to get yourself ready.
James can be found on Twitter at @JS_Football
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