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I was thinking of making the bench smaller too. I think I might make it 8 bench spots. I don't really want people to have more than 5 WR or RB on their roster.


I'm also taking away the flex defensive player spot so there are 12 starters.

So a typical roster might look like:

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1) QB
2) WR
3) WR
4) RB
5) RB
6) TE
7) RB (flex WR/RB/TE)
8) K
9) TEAM DEF
10) DB
11) LB
12) DL


BENCH:
1) QB
2) WR
3) WR
4) RB
5) TE
6) TeamDEF
7) DB
8) LB


2 QB, 4 RB, 4 WR, 2 TE, 1 K, 2 Team D, 2 LB, 2 DB, 1 DL = 20 players

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-If each of the 12 teams draft exactly 2 quarterbacks, 24 quarterbacks will be drafted. That means 8 mediocre starting quarterbacks will be available on the waiver wire. The likes of Jamarcus Russell, Tarvarius Jackson, etc.

-If each of the 12 teams draft exactly 4 runningbacks, 48 running backs will have been drafted. Almost every team in the NFL has 2 decent running backs. So about 64 running backs are valid fantasy options. If 48 are drafted, 16 will be left on the waiver wire. The likes of Justin Fargas, Maurice Morris, and Chester Taylor, etc.

-If each of the 12 teams draft exactly 4 widereceivers, 48 will have been drafted. Almost every team in the NFL has 3 decent wide receivers. So 96 wide receivers are valid fantasy options. If 48 are drafted, that means 48 will be left on the waiver wire. The likes of Bryant Johnson, Mark Clayton, Antwan Randle El, Brandon Jones, etc.

-If everyone carries two TE, 8 starting TE will be left on the waiver wire. The likes of Marcedes Lewis, Daniel Graham, etc.

-If everyone carries one kicker, there will be lots of good kickers left on the waiver wire.

etc etc....

[ Edited by crzy on Aug 3, 2009 at 09:07:33 ]
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Here is something to help you guys.

With the scoring system of this league, here are the average points per week of the top 10 at every position.


Top 10 QB: 18.8 points per week
Top 10 RB: 19.2 points per week
Top 10 WR: 19.2 points per week

Top 10 TE: 11.3 points per week
Top 10 K: 8.5 points per week
Top 10 TeamDEF: 14.1 points per week
Top 10 LB: 10.4 points per week
Top 10 DB: 10.4 points per week
Top 10 DL: 7.8 points per week

[ Edited by crzy on Aug 3, 2009 at 22:47:50 ]
Originally posted by crzy:
Here is something to help you guys.

With the scoring system of this league, here are the average points per week of the top 10 at every position.


Top 10 QB: 18.8 points per week
Top 10 RB: 19.2 points per week
Top 10 WR: 19.2 points per week

Top 10 TE: 11.3 points per week
Top 10 K: 8.5 points per week
Top 10 TeamDEF: 13.4 points per week
Top 10 LB: 8.6 points per week
Top 10 DB: 7.7 points per week
Top 10 DL: 5.8 points per week

I love PPR leagues!
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We will start this draft as soon as the remaining 4 invites respond to my PM's.
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I wonder what round Patrick Willis will be drafted in. I'm sure he'll be the first defensive player taken.

[ Edited by crzy on Aug 3, 2009 at 13:39:12 ]
Originally posted by crzy:
I wonder what round Patrick Willis will be drafted in. I'm sure he'll be the first defensive player taken.

he along with guys like Peppers, Suggs, Ryans, Ed Reed, etc.. will be the top Defensive Players off the board quickly.
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I'm going to give turnovers more weight for individual defensive players.

Because the way it is right now Yeremiah Bell with his 120 total tackles and 0 interceptions is a more valuable fantasy defensive back than Ed Reed with his 41 total tackles and 9 interceptions.

[ Edited by crzy on Aug 3, 2009 at 13:51:31 ]
in my 4 years of FF. I have never played with D players. So I dont have a clue on when to draft these dudes.
Originally posted by crzy:
I'm going to give turnovers more weight for individual defensive players.

Because the way it is right now Yeremiah Bell with his 120 total tackles and 0 interceptions is a more valuable fantasy defensive back than Ed Reed with his 41 total tackles and 9 interceptions.

agreed Crzy, good call,
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Changed the defensive scoring for individual players

Updates:
Sack: 3
Interception: 6
Fumble Force: 6
Fumble Recovery: 6
Defensive Touchdown: 10


Average Score for Top 10 at each position
Top 10 TeamDEF: 14.1 points per week
Top 10 LB: 10.4 points per week
Top 10 DB: 10.4 points per week
Top 10 DL: 7.8 points per week
Originally posted by crzy:
I was thinking of making the bench smaller too. I think I might make it 8 bench spots. I don't really want people to have more than 5 WR or RB on their roster.


I'm also taking away the flex defensive player spot so there are 12 starters.

So a typical roster might look like:

-----------------
1) QB
2) WR
3) WR
4) RB
5) RB
6) TE
7) RB (flex WR/RB/TE)
8) K
9) TEAM DEF
10) DB
11) LB
12) DL


BENCH:
1) QB
2) WR
3) WR
4) RB
5) TE
6) TeamDEF
7) DB
8) LB


2 QB, 4 RB, 4 WR, 2 TE, 1 K, 2 Team D, 2 LB, 2 DB, 1 DL = 20 players

----------------------


-If each of the 12 teams draft exactly 2 quarterbacks, 24 quarterbacks will be drafted. That means 8 mediocre starting quarterbacks will be available on the waiver wire. The likes of Jamarcus Russell, Tarvarius Jackson, etc.

-If each of the 12 teams draft exactly 4 runningbacks, 48 running backs will have been drafted. Almost every team in the NFL has 2 decent running backs. So about 64 running backs are valid fantasy options. If 48 are drafted, 16 will be left on the waiver wire. The likes of Justin Fargas, Maurice Morris, and Chester Taylor, etc.

-If each of the 12 teams draft exactly 4 widereceivers, 48 will have been drafted. Almost every team in the NFL has 3 decent wide receivers. So 96 wide receivers are valid fantasy options. If 48 are drafted, that means 48 will be left on the waiver wire. The likes of Bryant Johnson, Mark Clayton, Antwan Randle El, Brandon Jones, etc.

-If everyone carries two TE, 8 starting TE will be left on the waiver wire. The likes of Marcedes Lewis, Daniel Graham, etc.

-If everyone carries one kicker, there will be lots of good kickers left on the waiver wire.

etc etc....

very nice breakdown crzy, i like it, lets do this!!!!!
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Here is something that may or may not help you determine when you want to draft your first defensive player, tight end, or kicker, or defensive team.


The top team defense last year was Pittsburgh (267 points)
The 10th best RB was Clinton Portis (266 points)
The 10th best WR was Wes Welker (264 points)

The top tight end last year was Tony Gonzalez (266 points)
The 10th best RB was Clinton Portis (266 points)
The 10th best WR was Wes Welker (264 points)

The highest scoring linebacker last year was James Harrison (189 points)
The 24th best RB was Jerious Norwood (191 points)
The 31st best WR was Ted Ginn JR (190 points)

The highest scoring defensive back last year was Josh Wilson (190 points)
The 24th best RB was Jerious Norwood (191 points)
The 31st best WR was Ted Ginn JR (190 points)

The highest scoring defensive lineman last year was Terrell Suggs (139 points)
The 41st best RB was Darren McFadden (141 points)
The 46th best WR was Justin Gage (139 points)

The highest scoring kicker last year was Gostkowski (149 points)
The 36th best RB was Willis McGahee (150 points)
The 41st best WR was Antwan Randle El (150 points)
Originally posted by crzy:
Here is something that may or may not help you determine when you want to draft your first defensive player, tight end, or kicker, or defensive team.


The top team defense last year was Pittsburgh (267 points)
The 10th best RB was Clinton Portis (266 points)
The 10th best WR was Wes Welker (264 points)

The top tight end last year was Tony Gonzalez (266 points)
The 10th best RB was Clinton Portis (266 points)
The 10th best WR was Wes Welker (264 points)

The highest scoring linebacker last year was James Harrison (189 points)
The 24th best RB was Jerious Norwood (191 points)
The 31st best WR was Ted Ginn JR (190 points)

The highest scoring defensive back last year was Josh Wilson (190 points)
The 24th best RB was Jerious Norwood (191 points)
The 31st best WR was Ted Ginn JR (190 points)

The highest scoring defensive lineman last year was Terrell Suggs (139 points)
The 41st best RB was Darren McFadden (141 points)
The 46th best WR was Justin Gage (139 points)

The highest scoring kicker last year was Gostkowski (149 points)
The 36th best RB was Willis McGahee (150 points)
The 41st best WR was Antwan Randle El (150 points)

OK, that helps tremendously thanks!
Originally posted by ninerlifer:
Originally posted by crzy:
Here is something that may or may not help you determine when you want to draft your first defensive player, tight end, or kicker, or defensive team.


The top team defense last year was Pittsburgh (267 points)
The 10th best RB was Clinton Portis (266 points)
The 10th best WR was Wes Welker (264 points)

The top tight end last year was Tony Gonzalez (266 points)
The 10th best RB was Clinton Portis (266 points)
The 10th best WR was Wes Welker (264 points)

The highest scoring linebacker last year was James Harrison (189 points)
The 24th best RB was Jerious Norwood (191 points)
The 31st best WR was Ted Ginn JR (190 points)

The highest scoring defensive back last year was Josh Wilson (190 points)
The 24th best RB was Jerious Norwood (191 points)
The 31st best WR was Ted Ginn JR (190 points)

The highest scoring defensive lineman last year was Terrell Suggs (139 points)
The 41st best RB was Darren McFadden (141 points)
The 46th best WR was Justin Gage (139 points)

The highest scoring kicker last year was Gostkowski (149 points)
The 36th best RB was Willis McGahee (150 points)
The 41st best WR was Antwan Randle El (150 points)

OK, that helps tremendously thanks!

That beats the hell out of my Magic 8-Ball approach.

As you Bay Area guys might say, I was hella confused by the scoring system before this.