I’ve written already about modifying Kicker scoring settings to make them more interesting, but in this post, I want to take a quick dive into two scoring settings at QB and RB.


I hear it all the time in Fantasy Football analyst podcasts when they do mock drafts: “Get rid of the Kicker.” You'll be hard pressed to find anyone who does rankings and analysis on Kickers. Read articles about starting a new Fantasy Football league and they'll advise you to dump the Kicker position on the starting roster.


In this post, I want to write about how you determine what your philosophy (and therefore settings) should be around trades within your league. This post will be irrespective of what format you're playing, but I will talk about how format may influence your settings.


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