KosherK wrote:Does a H2H league tend to make it more about positions than the whole team (is usually C vs C, and PG vs PG... that's how I understand it) - I feel like that takes some of the punch out of having great role players (like a Humphries last year in Roto), and makes single superstars really dominant (Like Dwight) - am I wrong on this? Is H2H as much fun in the long run?
Also about half these guys are new and half are regular fantasy players but they all know the game pretty well and several are doing the proper research
definitely not, it will still be your team's cumulative total versus your opponent. It doesn't matter if he's got Dwight Howard and you have no true center but a good complement of strong-rebounding guards, the sum of your parts can beat the sum of his.
H2H will keep league interest longer especially as the season progresses, roto if you're behind early many managers (especially novices) may feel 'out of the race' and give up earlier.