BDGE is like a buffet, we’re serving you a bit of everything. Not only our home-cooked meals, but the finest cuisine from across the globe. As it relates to fantasy football, I mean analysis from the top minds across the industry. So, I decided to reach out to some of my virtual frands that you guys may very well know and ask them to tell me their number one tip or piece of advice when it comes to dynasty fantasy football in 2019. Their answers are recorded below.
The first 1.5-2 rounds of your rookie draft should be filled exclusively with players drafted within the first three rounds of the NFL Draft. There’s plenty of data to show that the most predictive statistic when it comes to predicting both real and fantasy success for a college prospect is NFL draft capital. You may think that Player X is three times as talented as Player Y. But come draft time, Player X gets drafted in Round 6; Player Y in Round 3. Small piece of advice if you find yourself in this situation: fade yourself.
If you follow me at all, y’all know podcasts are my performed avenue of consumption when it comes to everything fantasy football. Did you take me for a YouTube guy? I have more fingers on my right hand than the number of fantasy football youtube videos I’ve watched in my life. On my mama.
Podcasts are easy. They’re passive. They don’t require you to watch anything while you’re listening so you can multi-task, something humans subconsciously gravitate towards, hence the exponential rise in popularity of the podcast platform over recent years.
Although dynasty fantasy football is relatively new to the mainstream, as per usual, the non-public can be looked at to be ahead of the curve. In English, there are a few really, really good dynasty-focused fantasy football pods out there in iTunes already. These are my top three that you should start listening to yesterday: