Schedule/Scoring Formats - 'Doubleheaders vs league score median'.
Each week, the median fantasy points of all teams in the league is calculated by taking the middle number in a sorted list of scores of each team. Each team would get a win if they beat the league median and a loss if they lose to it.
John Sofillas commented
Couldn't agree with this concept any more. This needs to happen. PLEASE YAHOO! MAKE THIS CHANGE!!!!
John Sofillas commented
I couldn't agree with this concept any more. This needs to be implemented or at least an option for leagues to choose. Our long term league now would change to this format in a heartbeat! Make this change Yahoo PLEASE!!!
Aaron Sauceda commented
This still shows as "Gathering Feedback" -- is there any movement here?
Apex Fantasy Leagues does this and more serious players will start moving there if Y! doesn't take some of these bigger feedback items seriously!
Why can't this two-game week idea be implemented as an OPTION for commissioners to add?
Derek McDonnell commented
To minimize luck and enhance a more fair W/L system.
Combine both ways of league wins, that way someone who was super unlucky and had a harder SOS (PA)
You get a W for H2H, and you get a W for highest total points (top half).
Example: I got a lucky break and played someone with the lowest score and won, but I also scored bottom half for total points that week.
I get a record of 1-1, or .5-.5 either way.
It's a hybrid between the 2.
This is a feature I would really like to try out and might consider leaving Yahoo to do so. Please add this before it's too late!
Ken Hudson commented
Yes, make this happen
Tyler Remick commented
Yes, agree here. Would be great if Yahoo could add this.
Mike Reilly commented
We also do this. So you play your matchup but then play against everyone else also. If your in the top 6 scorers that week u get a win. If u win ur matchup u get an extra win. Or if u lose you go 1-1 for that week if u finish in top 6. Bottom 6 u get 2 losses. The commish keeps track of all this on his own because they dont offer it. Not 1 mistake yet. Different but fun.
Matt Skahen commented
I've requested this feature for at least 5 years. come-on yahoo, make this the year.
Tick tock, Yahoo. The season draws nearer. Give the people what they have nicely asked for.
Saqib Razvi commented
You still haven't implemented All-play style scoring? This has been "gathering feedback" for 3 years now.. Lets make this enhancement happen!
Bump. Come on, Yahoo.
+1 on this suggestion. Seems it should be easy enough to implement. Just do it.
Betty Fillen commented
Because Y! are a bunch of yahoos. They'll never figure that out. My 9 yr old knows more than they do.
Does Yahoo have a doubleheader options in Fantasy Football, i.e., each team plays 2 teams during a week, making it a 26 game schedule.
Rob Bitschenauer commented
I agree. This should be an option
My league has been waiting for this for a few years already. I can’t understand why yahoo hasn’t made it available yet. We’ve resorted to making our own schedule offline and editing the points each week to reflect the standings. Instead of a record (11-2 for example) we add the number 11 to your total points value. We have a whole excel spreadsheet with our keeper players values, future values, years of keeper eligibility, standings for 2 matchups H2H, playoff bracket, standings if you were to play every team every week and more. It’s like running a fantasy league offline. Real embarrassment that we can’t do more on yahoo. Yahoo should consult with my commissioner because he’s brilliant.
Sean Gold commented
This change is essential. Please make it happen!!
Roman Cook commented
Would love to be able to have scoring and standings as follows: win your matchup, get a win. Place top half in scoring for the week and get another win. Finish bottom half in scoring, you get a loss. 2 wins/losses every week. Prevents the person leading the league in scoring from being 0-4 going into week 5. I want this specifically for my league, but would like to see more customization available in general.
Andrew Luce commented
We are leaving Yahoo for a paid site so that we can have All-Play.