Don’t run a keeper league with flaky dimwits

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Keeper and dynasty leagues add an extra dimension to testing your owner and general manager chops. Can you build a dynasty by acquiring the right players and piecing together a champion over multiple years?

One of the downfalls to having this type of league is that it takes away from some of the excitement of the best day of the fantasy football calendar year — draft day. And by extension, it doesn’t give teams with bad rosters much chance to make immediate improvements.

The other major problem with keeper and dynasty leagues is that if you have flaky owners who can’t commit to anything long term, if they quit your league after a bad season, good luck to you finding an owner who wants to pick up the scraps of that team.