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DYNASTY ORPHANS - Discuss Discount $$ - Superflex, TE Premium - Growing fun popular format (1 Viewer)


Hey there, I run a dynasty format, all on myfantasyleague.com, some guys have anywhere between 1 and 40 teams between the addicting format.
email Freezang_@hotmail.com if interested.

This is an ongoing list of orphans I have in the leagues I commish (also posted in detail below)
Below is a breakdown of the format and settings, if any questions or if you do want to join, email Freezang_@hotmail.com
I am willing to discuss a discount $$ amount.

We have 66 leagues compiling 1570 teams between them
The fun with this format is that the settings help make each position value a lot more even.
This leads to alot more trading, fun and strategy.

Example of scoring:

1.0 PPR for RBs
1.25 PPR for WRs
1.75 PPR for TEs
plus some other bonus points for yardage, QBs sacks negative etc


There is a group chat on GroupMe for each.
This is an integral but maybe not a MUST have part of the league(s), good chatter, good for trading, good for many things that help you get better at dynasty.
There will be more startups this year but also will be some orphans to take over.
All leagues are Superflex (can start 2nd QB ), 64 of the 66 are start 2 TE minimum, helps with the TE premium scoring.
61 of the 66 have defenses with the ability to flex a defense if you want (Defense scoring is bumped up to make them as valuable as other starting players)

Start 12 players total
1-2 QB, 2-4 RBs, 3-5 WRs, 2-4 TEs, 1-2 DEF (no DEF if league has no defense)
So position breakdown of the ones with defenses is like - QB, RB, RB, WR, WR, WR, TE, TE, Superflex, Flex, Flex, DEF

Each league has a theme, with Banner/Picture for each team. Whether its the Simpsons, Rock Bands, Cartoons, Playboy Models or whatever creative ideas there are.
There are leagues that are regular setting your lineups and also leagues with bestball scoring. (Eventhough its bestball, there is still trading and waivers etc, just no setting a lineup)
Bestball scoring is the same of idea as you already might be used it, the computer just takes your best scoring players to make your lineup for the day, after the games are over.
Most of the leagues are 24 teams and up. Which involves having 2 of each player in the database (system doesn't allow you to own more than 1)

Other league examples
28 teams, 2 of each player (2 copy) (like a 14 team league)
60 teams, 5 of each player (5 copy) (like multiple 12 team leagues)

I roll out many draft tools that are available to everyone to learn the format.
Such as Rookie draft and startup (new league) draft results, keeping track of championship wins, ROI% (although I dont make that one public)
NHL Face-off - (Theme - NHL Hockey Teams)
$80 entry - 32 team - 2 copy(of each player) - 16 team format
Submit Lineup each week, Victory Points for standings
LEAGUE INCLUDES KICKERS but are now voted out, starting in 2025
$110 to take over. $40 deposit returned to you if you ever leave the league with all of your picks
Settings: https://www48.myfantasyleague.com/2024/options?L=46063&O=26
4 Team dispersal draft between below teams available assets (2 spots filled)
Team(s): Florida Panthers - https://www48.myfantasyleague.com/2024/options?L=46063&F=0022&O=07
Rookie Picks: 1.01, 1.18, 1.19, 1.32, 2.01, 2.18, 2.23, 2.32, 3.01, 3.32, 4.01 (1.18 is equivalent to 1.09 in 1 copy)
Nashville Predators - https://www48.myfantasyleague.com/2024/options?L=46063&F=0011&O=07
Rookie Picks: 1.30, 2.30, 3.30, 4.30 (1.30 is equivalent to 1.15 in 1 copy)
New Jersey Devils - https://www48.myfantasyleague.com/2024/options?L=46063&F=0024&O=07
Rookie Picks: 2.05, 3.05 (2.05 is equivalent to 2.03 in 1 copy)
Vancouver Canucks - https://www48.myfantasyleague.com/2024/options?L=46063&F=0030&O=07
Rookie Picks: 1.12, 2.12, 3.12, 4.12 (1.12 is equivalent to 1.06 in 1 copy)
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