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Topic: Doing my first Fantasy league need advice!
 Alan_Schram_173543
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Post Date: 05/24/14 07:20
K im taking over for one of my good buddys, he ran a redaft every year but i want to switch it to Keeper if everyone votes in favour. I was looking for adivce on how many keepers would be good, also trades and add drops a week.

For Redaft if voted, How many add drops a week or season would be good, should trades take place too? I'm in another pool were we only have 5 Moves all season, so you'll have to drat smart and no trades.



Thanks Guys love the moves on the offseason!
James_119913
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Post Date: 05/24/14 12:17
Alan,



I'm in a league and our keep rules are as follows:



You can only protect up to 2 players and they can't be from the same position.



Players protected are those only drafted after rounds 10+ and they have to be on your roster at the end of the season. You can then protect them with a selection (4) rounds earlier the next season. So for example, if you drafted Alex Smith in round 15 and wanted to protect him next year you could do so with a pick in round 11.



Trades-Goes to a league vote and if more approve than object it goes through 2 day later.



Waiver Wire-cost $3.00 dollars in our league. It helps to prevent people from going crazy and increases the winners pot.
 Alan_Schram_173543
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Post Date: 05/24/14 16:51
I like the Waiver wire idea a lot!
 Delchay123_4852
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Post Date: 05/28/14 15:23
I belong to a 10 team league where you have no waiver wire, but draft 24 rounds. You can flex an extra RB, WR, TE, or QB, or extra kicker each week. It's standard league scoring.

You can keep 2 QBs, 2rbs, 3 wr's for up to 4 years. However, each time you keep a player, he moves up three rounds for next years draft. All players drafted in the first 4 rounds go back into the draft pool automatically for the following season.



I like this format except for the fact that there is no waiver wire.



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