The great thing about fantasy football is the variety of league types. There are redraft and dynasty, as well as keeper leagues which bridge redraft and dynasty. The breadth of league forms allows owners to pick leagues with differing scoring and starting lineup choices. One unique type of league is called superflex. The superflex leagues allow an owner to start a quarterback in a flex spot in the starting lineup. This one, seemingly slight, change to average league settings alters the positional value of the quarterback position. The larger the league, the more the quarterback position is valued.
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