Scoring - General feedback and requests
General feedback regarding scoring options and requests for new scoring options and categories.
Lucas Marsalek commented
Moneyline Option -
Add an optional moneyline fantasy owners can select for each player in their lineup. The moneyline option would simply increase or decrease a players total points based on the outcome of their teams game. Such an option would allow fantasy owners to be invested in both their individual player and the actual outcome of the football games.
- A players team has +100 moneyline odds (2.0 decimal odds)
- Moneyline option is selected for player (remember its optional per each player)
- Player scores 10 fantasy points
- If players team wins game then the total points scored is 20 (10 x 2.0)
- If the players team loses game then total points scored is 5 (10 x 0.5)
Hoping to make this a reality merely to show my friends it is a good idea.
Mike Pietila commented
if defense gets credit for a blocked punt and a TD if they score, how can the points then count against the Defense scoring. (example Carolina if being charged 33 points against, when 6 of those points scored were from a blocked punt recovery, shouldn't Carolina Def only be charged 27?)
John Haakenson commented
Additional penalty for player who loses a fumble and its returned for a TD. Right now Yahoo penalizes a QB who throws a pick-six -2 for the pick and an additional -2 for the TD given up. The same concept should be applied to any player (Q,R,W,T) who loses a fumble and its returned. For example -2 for the lost fumble, and additional -2 (or maybe more) penalty if its returned for a TD.
Michael Win-Nguyen commented
Scoring Justin Tucker's record-breaking 66-yard field goal as only 5 points is just plain dirty and wrong!
KC McGill commented
Double or give a bonus 3 points for a game winning kick inside of1 minute.
Let’s get fantasy managers excited about the kicker and create some weekly drama.
Melanie Sheehan commented
in fantasy football there are sections in league settings for point allocations for all ranges of Field Goals, in 10 yard increments, but when you get to 50 it just says 50+
There should be a new separate section for 60+ field goals, so leagues can award more points to the most difficult goals.
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.
The J Man Cestaro commented
Please consider awarding points to defenses that successfully complete an onside kick.
Brian Russo commented
I like this idea...but, to my knowledge, DPI yardage isn't a tracked stat...I don't see how it could be done.
Ben Colegrove commented
I'd like to see Kickers be able to score points for touchbacks. It gives kickers another level of scoring, turns the kickoff into a more relevant fantasy play and allows more league customization.
Reese Hogg commented
This needs to happen!
kevin =:p commented
yeah, i agree. this would be fantastic to have included in scoring.
dumb penalties kill drives and should likewise kill fantasy managers. great idea. overdue.
ex: offsides, ineligible man downfield, illegal substitution, out & in of bounds, intentional grounding, facemask, roughing the kicker, leading with helmut, personal foul, unnecessary roughness, kick out of bounds, excessive celebration, illegal formation, taking helmut off, ...
it would be awesome to experience how infuriating it is to be an NFL head coach. hahahahahahha!
kevin =:p commented
yes!! that's what i've been wishing for, for a long time now! (-) points adds so much frustration to playing it would be an awesome feature to have!!
Anonymous · April 6, 2017 8:45 AM
he said this isn't possible, but that was in 2017. it is 2020 now. are these statistics tracked?
yahoo: can you do this?
Mike Caputo commented
Yahoo is only allowed to use official NFL stats so they have their hands tied. It would be nice to be able to create your own defensive yards allowed categories to make them more in line with the NFL average.
Aaron Sauceda commented
100% agreed! Even if we could just do one point per PI drawn, at least that's SOMETHING
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.
Sean C Hinds commented
I completely agree, D/ST should have a category added to give them points for the recovery of a kick not already credited as a fumble by the receiving team.
Miles Bassett commented
Also, a fumble recovery is typically worth 2 points..
Miles Bassett commented
Kickers should be awarded for their clutch onside kicking abilities, if recovered of course ;)
Mark Bilanzic commented
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).