Dynasty League Football


A Superflex Life, Volume IV: QBX

In Volume IV of A Superflex Life, we discuss making yourself ‘The QB Store’.

Aaron Rodgers

In Volume IV of A Superflex Life, we discuss making yourself 'The QB Store'.


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A Superflex Life, Volume IV: QBX
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Ed Geis
1 year ago

This is a great strategy for building the foundation, but it is usually not a win-now. While you are collecting top of the line starting QBs, top RBs and WRs are flying off the shelves. Also, it usually takes most of your league mates the first season to really appreciate how necessary QBs are in the format. If they weren’t keen on picking up those starters during the startup, they won’t be willing to pay what those QBs are worth until preparing for your second season.

It is a worthwhile strategy for building a dynasty. Just be prepare to wait on competing right away.

Charles Day
1 year ago

Had Dak and Wentz going into this year’s draft in one league (14-team superflex), along with 1.08. My RB-crazy league-mates took six RBs and Burrow off the board and I couldn’t pass the value of Tua at 1.08. I thought I was really set, but I guess now I need two more starters. 🙂

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