Make the defensive yardage scoring setting more precise
Under scoring settings in commish tools> defensive yardage, make the yardage scoring settings less "chunky" for commissioners. I plan to make this scoring setting HEAVILY INFLUENTIAL next year in my league and need the setting to be less "chunky" and more precise, just like the rest of the scoring (like wr, rbs, qb scoring settings).
Additionally, I would like the same to be done for points allowed by defenses. Points allowed by defenses is "doled out" in chunks as well in commish tools. Why not make these settings precise like all the other settings in commish tools? (wrs, rbs, qbs).
James Goode commented
This change should be easy to make. The computer code should be almost identical to yardage for passing, rushing, and receiving. The big difference is to have DEFs score fewer points as more yardage is accumulated against them in a game.
I suggest that the Commish of a league enter the "Maximum DEF points for yardage" and then enter the "Reduction per yard yielded" by the DEF.
Ryan Thompson commented
Could do this similarly to the new field goal scoring, where commissioners set values for yards allowed or points allowed that equate to -1 point. For example, if I set 100 yards allowed to -1 point, then 500 yards allowed would be -5 points. And then I could do the same thing with points allowed, where maybe I set 10 points allowed to be -1 fantasy points, so 28 points allowed in a game would be -2.8 points.
And could add in the ability to count from some non-zero number set by the commissioner. E.g. 300 yards. Yards allowed beyond 300 could lead to negative points and yards allowed below 300 could be positive points.