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Your Dynasty Awaits

One of the leagues I'm in is a keeper league and last season I was able to pick up some stellar players in Maurice Jones-Drew and Marques Colston [photo: Doug Pensinger, Getty Images] - will their magic last? has a Building a Dynasty series for QBs and RBs (and WRs and TEs to come), ranking the top 20 players by their long term value, short term value, and job security. also provides a ranking for keeper/dynasty leagues and I particularly appreciate their dynasty IDP rankings. However, it is over a month old now and I think a lot of their picks are no-brainers - still worth a look though, particularly for those who are new to the IDP world. Another interesting IDP site - a blog dedicated entirely to IDPs. Love it. Check out this entry with rookie IDP info. I'm still in search of the in-depth IDP ranking (dynasty or not)...if anyone out there has one, let me know.

And because I think Rotoworld's Gregg Rosenthal is a man full of fantasy wisdom, here's a link to his fantasy football blog where he'll be blogging live during a fantasy industry draft at 1 PM EST today (soon!). Is it just me or do the rest of you find those drafts as telling as I do?


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