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Fantasy Football Scoring

Discussion in 'Sports Forum' started by TomVols, Aug 20, 2008.

  1. TomVols

    TomVols New Member

    Oct 30, 2000
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    The point of making some changes was to keep the scoring from being too tilted. BTW, this scoring model takes us almost to being 100% as we have always been. After all we're Baptist..can't change things too much :)

    Too many leagues either tilt things illogically and unrealistically to RBs or to the QBs on the other end. Some leagues make an avg RB better than a great QB performance. OTOH, some scoring makes an avg QB day better than a great RB day. A great QB should score like one, and a great RB should score like one. Hopefully this will help. Thanks everyone.