Dynasty vs Redraft Draft Strategy

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Dynasty vs Redraft Draft Strategy

Postby jgogs21 » Fri Apr 14, 2017 11:30 am

This is my 1st year doing a dynasty league, but I am also still in 2 redraft/small keeper leagues. I'm concerned that all of the research that I am doing for dynasty will mess with my strategy for the redraft leagues, particularly in the drafting aspect. Any advice on how to keep them separate? Thank you!

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Re: Dynasty vs Redraft Draft Strategy

Postby freddog97 » Fri Apr 21, 2017 6:47 am

I personally play in 4 dynasty leagues then 2-3 redrafts with family, friends, and coworkers. The biggest take on Strategy is based on the league scoring. If non PPR i always go RB 1st/2nd round and take the studs. Also in redraft i don't aim for young players like i would in dynasty! its a one year league why would you draft a young guy who's learning over a vet who will produce? An example would be drafting Cooper over AB or Julio. You could rationalize it in dynasty when youth matters but in redraft...Take the proven vet who will produce. Remember League scoring should dictate your main Strategy but also remember Vets are valued in redrafts!
12 teams PPR start Qb 3RB 3WR TE Flex Superflex
QBs: Wentz, Stafford, Mike Glennon, JimmyG, Osweiler
RBs: Tevin Coleman, AP, Doug Martin, Gio, Duke Johnson, Christine Michael, Tim Hightower, Rex Burkhead
WRs: Nuke, Keenan Allen, Devante Parker, Kelvin Benjamin, Larry Fitz, Pierre Garcon, Michael Floyd
TE: Jordan Reed, Zach Ertz
2017 2.01 2.04
2018 1 1 2 2 3 4

12 team PPR start QB 2RB 3WR TE Flex
Qb: Dalton RG3
Rb: Todd Gurly, Derrik Henry, Paul Perkins, Duke Johnson, Danny Woodhead
WR: Brandin Cooks, Keenan Allen, Alshon Jeffery, Stefon Diggs, Devante Parker, Corey Coleman, Martavis Bryant, Breshad Perriman, Chris Conley
TE: Hunter Henry, Antonio Gates, Austin Saferian-Jenkins, C.J. Fiedorowicz
2017: 1.07 1.09
2018: 1 4

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Re: Dynasty vs Redraft Draft Strategy

Postby moishetreats » Sat Apr 22, 2017 6:19 pm

I'd keep a dynasty mindset.

Then, when planning for a redraft league, I'd look online at any redraft ranking -- not because I think that it's reliable but because it will refocus you for the current year. When you see Frank Gore, for instance, light years ahead of tons of rookie RBs, then you'll get right back into the redraft mindset.
Tm 1: 10 tms. 27 plyrs, PPR
Start: 2 QBs 2 RBs 3 WRs 2 TEs 2 Flex (RB/WR/TE)

QB: Rodgers, Wilson, Kessler, Hundley, Petty, McCarron, Glennon, Savage
RB: Freeman, McCoy, Ingram, Crowell, Riddick, Kelley
WR: D Thomas, Jordy, Baldwin, Ty Williams, G Tate, Enunwa, Gabriel, Roberts
TE: Reed, Fleener, Gates, Henry, M Williams

2017 Picks: 1.02, 1.10, 3.02, 4.05, 5.08

Tm 2: 12 tms. 22 plyrs, max 2 {IR}, max 4 [Taxi]. Salary Cap: $300. PPR
Start: 1 QB 2 RB 3 WR 1 TE 1 1 Superflex 1 Flex / best ball

QB: Luck ($2 through 2017), Hundley (1/20), Petty(2/18), Hackenberg (3/18)
RB: Charles (3/18), Montgomery, (3/18)
WR: K. Allen (1/18), Jordy (4/18), Jeffery (1/18), Decker (5/18), M Bryant (2/18), Crowder (2/18), Quick (2/18), Thielen (2/18), Roberts (2/18), Hogan (5/18), Carroo (2/18), Funchess (2/18)
TE: Gronk (2/20), Fiedorowicz (2/18), Tye (2/18), Higbee (2/18)

Total + dead cap hits: $50

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