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Our fantasy football league has an NFL playoff format from Wild Card Weekend through the Super Bowl and would love to have Yahoo be the online administrator. We start a regular lineup each week with one caveat: once a player starts a round, they are ineligible for subsequent rounds. For example, if you start Patrick Mahomes in his wild card game, he is ineligible for the rest of the playoffs regardless off how far Kansas City advances. You really to think about which teams will go the farthest and plan accordingly: you don't want to have to start a backup…
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There is a medal for people who score the most in there league and it isn't acknowledged for some reason. The person with the most(me) didn't get it even though I sit at the top. Medals that are earned should be awarded accordingly.
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Start by making the grades based on performance 1st, not whether or not you won your matchup. As you have it now, win and you get an A even though you would have lost to the majority of teams in your league. Lose and the best you can get is a C+ even though you would have beaten the majority of other teams in your league, including the teams that got an A because they were lucky enough to get matched against a team that did even worse than them. Start the letter grade with where you ranked in points…
We would like to have the option of conferences. Each conference would have its own draft of all players. We would then have the option of scheduling season games between the conferences (yes some games may have matchups with the same players on both teams) or just within the conference until the playoffs. Then there would be an overall championship between the two conferences. This would be beneficial for leagues that have 14 or more teams.
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