In this edition, we take a look at the different draft types. The draft can be the most exciting part of the pre-season activities. By now you may be wondering who has the number one pick in the draft.
Welcome back to Part 2 of the Ultimate Fantasy Football League Commissioner Guide (insert echoey over-hyped announcer filter)! Today I discuss some common, and not so common, league settings that you can use to build the structure of your fantasy season. Now that we have the league size and type decided let us start with the rosters.
Fantasy football has exploded in popularity over the last 10 years. The earliest version of the game can be traced back to 1962 and currently there at or around 33 million people that play fantasy football. Yahoo, ESPN, CBS Sports, and NFL.com all have leagues that you can join for free and that adds to the ease of access of the game. So what does it take to be a great league commissioner? What is a league commissioner? That is where I come in. Having played fantasy football since 2003, I have established a decade-plus of fantasy knowledge. I’m not Matthew Berry, but maybe one day.
Dylan and Tom are back! Bryan will be joining us again soon. We talk about the NFL Draft including our first ever live mock draft. We finally have a name and the 2018 football season is nearly underway. Welcome back to the fun!