Yes, that time of year is almost here. It’s time to start cramming and preparing for your fantasy football drafts. While it’s still early, we’re starting to plan and prep for this year’s fantasy football coverage on FantasyCPR. So as we try to tailor our coverage to meet your needs and interesting debate has started to arise:
Are you playing season-long fantasy football or weekly redraft leagues?
There are advantages and disadvantages to both, and both can be tons of fun. However, they do require slightly different strategies.
Season long fantasy football has a typical once a year draft. Many times these annual events become draft parties or even destination events with leagues heading to Vegas or gathering in a basement somewhere to eat way to many chips and salsa while mocking your league-mate who just drafted someone from the Raiders. Throughout the season, you have the same team for the most part and manage your roster to championship victory (hopefully anyway).
The weekly redraft leagues allow you to get a new lineup each week and usually offer cash prizes for the best lineup for that week. There’s more luck involved and matchups become a HUGE consideration, but there’s also no way to get stuck with a bad team for the whole season.
So here’s the question, how you playing this year? Vote in our poll and sound off in the comments about how our site can best help you this season.