People also ask


  • How do you set up the fantasy football playoffs?

  • When setting up the playoffs, proportion becomes a key consideration. Try to avoid making fantasy football like the NHL or NBA, where more than half the league makes the postseason. In a 10-team league, use a four-team playoff without byes. In a 12-team league, use a six-team format with the top two teams getting the first week off.

  • How many players do you keep in a Fantasy Football League?

  • Depending on the league rules, typically five to ten players are kept from each team, and all other available players, plus any rookies, will be available for the next available draft. In the extreme, dynasty leagues offer a chance for fantasy owners to keep all of the players from last season, and only rookies are drafted.

  • How do you Make Your Fantasy Football League more interesting?

  • Use the message board to keep the league lively and stoke debate. Analyze opponents and call them out for leaving a high-scoring player on the bench on a given week. Mock the waiver pickups of others, or even just the team name. Maybe start a conversation about a significant occurrence from that week’s action on the field.

  • How do keeper leagues work in fantasy football?

  • In addition to keeping players from year to year, fantasy football keeper leagues can offer a wide array of other options and rules. Stipulations on keeping a player are commonly based on his tenure, total team tenure, draft position, or player salary, among other criteria in certain leagues.