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MFL10: Late Round Targets
By Mike Tagliere on April, 21st 2017

When strolling through an MFL10, it’s easy to drown out some names later in your draft. I’m talking about the names below those of the rookies. Why does that happen? Well, MFL includes dynasty rookie drafts in ADP, so it … read more »

MFL10: How to Approach Rookies Before the NFL Draft
By Scott Cedar on April, 6th 2017

When Laquon Treadwell was drafted 23rd overall by the receiver-needy Vikings last year, the fantasy world let out a collective “giggity.” A 6’2”, 220-pound playmaker going to a Norv Turner offense, Treadwell was immediately anointed the next Michael Irvin. His … read more »

MFL10: Best Ball Impact on Boom/Bust Players
By Mike Tagliere on April, 5th 2017

When playing in an MFL10, you need to adjust the way you draft. There are plenty of mistakes made in best-ball leagues by those who dominate their season-long leagues all the time. Whether it be reaching for a player that … read more »

MFL 10 Strategy: Maximizing Player Touches
By Zachary Krueger on March, 27th 2017

Chances are if you’re a serious fantasy gamer, you have likely dove into a few MFL 10 best ball leagues over the course of your fantasy career. If you haven’t, chances are you’ve heard about it, but aren’t quite sure … read more »

MFL10 Roster Construction: How to Target Each Position
By John Proctor on March, 25th 2017

Every MFL10 season we see a market swing based on the prior season. In 2016 there were eight running backs selected in the first two rounds. This year, we are seeing 10 running backs go in the first two rounds. … read more »

The Ultimate MFL10 Strategy Guide
By Mike Tagliere on March, 9th 2017

Now that we’ve gone through and learned what MFL10s are and how they work in the ‘Beginner’s Guide to MFL10s’ last week, let’s examine what it takes to win one of them. If you happened to miss our beginner’s guide, … read more »

Beginner’s Guide to MFL10s
By Mike Tagliere on March, 4th 2017

Your fantasy season is over. There are no more head-to-head matchups with your friends, there is no more DFS to play, and you are starting to get the feeling of withdrawal. Fantasy football is just a hobby to some, but … read more »