Their was a ton of content to look into just a few weeks ago with the opening of free agency but as players signed within the first week or two news and content slowed down. This is what we like to call the “Dry” part of the season for the NFL and specifically for Fantasy Football. However, that doesn’t mean theirs nothing to do.
At SAFF we are heavily preparing for the upcoming season, updating our rankings, prepping our process and protocols for FantasyPros, bringing on new content contributors, podcast and more but what about #FantasyFootball owners, what can they do?
The off-season is always a great time to look at prior seasons, trends, prep your process and protocol, and start to lineup the information you need for draft day and in-season judgement calls. One thing I really like to prep in the off-season is my draft day trends, and this is not on players, but on my league itself. Over the best 5 years I have been keeping a record of what owners draft when and where, do they like the running backs, is their always the sleeper they like to target in that specific round, things like that. Although, the SAFF league is a 3 option keeper league theirs still lots of trends to take away from this, how to read a owner as if it was a poker game I like to strategize their tendencies, even if one of the owners is my future wife.
Although I am not a believer of this research in particular its always fun to bring to attention during draft day and try and throw someone off their game. Know your players, know your teams, divisions they play in, and especially KNOW YOUR LEAGUE!