My Commish Rules

Keepers

Keeper leagues are becoming more and more popular in fantasy football circles. We can see why – it’s one of the most effective ways to ensure your owners are engaged and come back excited to play every year. 

 

However, don’t be tricked into thinking that keeper rules are as simple as plug-n-play. There are more than a few ways to start a keeper league.

 

Check out the helpful guides below to find the format that best fits your unique league. 

Our Keeper League Rules

Multiple Keepers

So you have grown tired of your Standard Keeper league and want to up the ante? This format is for your greedy little owners who were not satisfied just keeping […]

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Rounded Keepers

Keepers leagues have become a common league practice. In a standard keeper league, you are able to carry over a certain number of players from your previous year’s roster to […]

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Standard Keeper

So you have found a league full of reliable idiots who come back year after year for the friendly (or cutthroat) banter-filled excitement that is the fantasy football season […]

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More Roster Rules

Trade Deadline

Maybe a trade deadline seems too aggressive for your league. Hey, we’re all just here to have fun, right? Until Jeff, 3-10, postseason dreams dashed and life crumbling around him, […]

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Free Agent Acquisition Budget

Boy that’s a mouthful. So let’s stick to FAAB (pronounced FAB), as in “what a fabulous new way to handle waivers in my fantasy league.” If you have never been that person who […]

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Drop Defense

Less predictable than a family reunion is the DST position in any fantasy football league. A good NFL defense can sometimes translate to successful fantasy football numbers, but no expert […]

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