For the fantasy owner that wants a year-round experience along with more control of shaping their team’s future, long-term leagues are the way to go. While a re-draft league offers the excitement of starting from scratch each season, keeper and dynasty leagues require a completely different approach. In the event your team is hit with a rash of injuries or underperforming players, you can remain a part of the action by strategically rebuilding for the following season.
What makes keeper and dynasty leagues different from each other? In keeper leagues, owners keep a limited number of players, typically between one and 10. The rules for who an owner can keep and for how long vary by league and that plays a huge part in the overall strategy.