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  • Leander Leander Feb 7, 2013 3:19 AM Flag

    Trading draft picks


    Trading draft picks can make a league have more of a dynasty feel, but I wouldn't try it with a non-keeper though. There is no retaining value for the player but, there is for the pick. That's why managers are trading players for picks when they're definitely not going to make the playoffs. I like having it available in keepers though because everyone has a different strategy when it comes to fantasy. Having four keepers and reversing the order of the draft the next season to the standings the year before like I do provides a degree of value established to the player and the pick(s). The highest value of a pick is a fifth round pick essentially and no one is going to trade their possible keeper for a fifth round pick unless they themselves weren't expecting to make the playoffs and/or had other considerations. Neither is the manager at the bottom of the standings going to trade the first pick of the redraft without gaining a player as a possible keeper above another. Good luck with your league.

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