Friday, January 5, 2007

Fantasy Sports - I am ALIVE!!!!!

I was lucky to stumble upon a "2nd chance" fantasy league that allowed for me to squeeze out that last drip of fantasy football. This style of play is unique and fresh to me. Here is how it works, tell me what you think of my chances.

(1) entry will cost you 50 clams. (hahaha)

With one entry you are able to pick from the entire pool of "playoff players". The max amount of players that you are allowed to pick is (18).

There is no draft. you are able to pick whoever you want to be on your team. Each week of the playoffs you are required to start the following:
1 QB
2 RB
2 WR
1 RB/WR
1 K
1 DEFENSE

And from these players you gain points that are cumalitive. So if I start Peyton Manning against the Cheifs and he scores 4 TDS with 400 yds I am rewarded, but if he does that and the Colts lose then I lose Peyton and that QB spot. Here are my two teams....

TEAM 1

QBs
Peyton Manning <-- Starting week 1
Drew Brees
Philip Rivers

RBs
Larry "Grand Ma Ma" Johnson <-- Starting week 1
Tiki Barber <-- Starting week 1
LaDanian Tomlinson
Shaun Alexander <-- Starting week 1
Reggie Bush

WRs
Marques Colston
Terrell Owens <-- Starting week 1
Antonio Gates
Reggie Wayne <-- Starting week 1
Todd Heap

K
Adam Vinateiri <-- Starting week 1
Nate Kaeding

DEFENSE
Patriots <-- Starting week 1
Chargers
Bears

TEAM 2

QBs
Peyton Manning <-- Starting week 1
Drew Brees
Steve McNair

RBs
Larry Johsnon <-- Starting week 1
Shaun Alexander <-- Starting week 1
Brian Westbrook <-- Starting week 1
Thomas Jones
LaDanian Tomlinson
Jamal Lewis

WRs
Marques Colston
Bernard Berrian
Marvin Harrison <-- Starting week 1
Antonio Gates
Darryl Jackson <-- Starting week 1

K
Josh Brown <-- Starting week 1
Robbie Gould

DEFENSE
Patriots <-- Starting week 1
Ravens

Root for me. Or make this the motivation to root for my demise. Either way have fun.

Here are the rules..... Let me know what you think of my chances. I know im pumped for the playoffs...!!!

Lineup and Scoring Rules Scoring [Note - Regardless of the position that is doing the rushing, throwing or receiving the point total is thesame.]

Passing
a) 1 point for every 20 yards passed (Rounded to nearest hundredth, i.e., 227 yards passing = 11.35 points)
b) 3 points for each touchdown thrown
c) 1 point for each two point conversion thrown d) -1 for each interception

Rushing
a) 1 point for every 10 yards rushing (Rounded to nearest tenth, i.e., 89 yards = 8.9 points)
b) 6 points for each touchdown
c) 2 points for each two point conversion

Receiving
a) 1 point for every ten yards receiving (Rounded to nearest tenth, i.e., 109 yards receiving = 10.9 points)
b) 6 points for each touchdown
c) 2 points for each two point conversion

Kicking
a) 1 point for each successful PAT
b) 3 points for each field goal 39 yards and less
c) 4 points for each field goal between 40 and 49 yards
d) 5 points for each field goal between 50 and 59 yards
e) 6 points for each field goal between 60 and 69 yards
MISSED FG’s -1 point deducted for missed FG’s 1 to 40 yard(s). MISSED XP's -1 point deducted for missed XP's.
Special Teams/Defense [Note: Both the player and the team can get credit for the same touchdown on special teams. If Santana Moss returns a punt for a touchdown, both the team that has Santana Moss in their lineup and the team that has the Redskins in theirlineup score points.]
a) 1 point for each sack, fumble recovery, INT
b) 6 points for each defensive touchdown
c) 6 points for each punt or kickoff return for a touchdown
d) 2 points for each safety
POINTS ALLOWED (Points only count if defense/ST is on the field at the time of the score)
a) 10 points for a shutout
b) 5 points for 1 to 7 points allowed
c) -5 point(s) for 31+ points allowed.

2 comments:

Rudra said...

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