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DOBB 2022 Welcome/Test Message

Published:
January 6, 2022 7:15 AM
January 6, 2022 7:11 AM
Updated:
January 6, 2022 7:15 AM

DOBB 2022 Welcome/Test Message

 

If you’re seeing this message…it means you have successfully signed up for Dynasty Offseason/Best Ball (DOBB) 2022! Thank you so much for that!

DOBB starts slowly in January each year, because we got the NFL playoffs still unfolding -- but then we really ramp up in February, post Super Bowl with the Dynasty top 600 valuations/rankings for offensive players (updated weekly up until Sept. Kickoff) and the top 500 IDP valuations/rankings. Ditto the 2022 Best Ball initial top 600/IDP top 500 rankings debut and update weekly as well all offseason and preseason.

Beyond our statistical boards/valuations we will be discussing (long form) many Dynasty specific dilemmas, trade opportunities, player outlooks, hot rumors that I share on DOBB before even discussing any time on FFM (free section).

One of my first reports/analysis I want to tackle is – what do we do with Kyler Murray going forward and relating that to the top tier QB group for the future.

So many things to come all offseason and preseason. Just note, DOBB starts slowly in January (just a few items posted in the month) and then starts to take off with more steady content in February+.

Thank you for supporting this DOBB project, in its 4th year of existence/evolving…as we try to help guide/properly value all the players for your Dynasty planning all offseason.

Enjoy!

RC Fischer


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