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    Gathering feedback  ·  541 comments  ·  Fantasy Football » Scoring  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Regardless of whether a kick-off is onside or squib or regular,
    the kicking team should be awarded points each time / every time
    the kicking team gets possession of the ball.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    1. Scoring a point (or half point) for each touchback seems reasonable and easy to add to the game.
    2. This idea would be an extra complication without being good football. The previous scores were necessary before a last-minute kick could be a "game winner." And, why should only kickers be rewarded for a "game winner" score?
    3. Leagues with IDP's already have this idea in their scoring.
    4. This idea has potential. Any time on onside kick is successful, credit the Kicker for a fumble recovery. We should also probably credit the player who captured the ball with a fumble recovery.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I don't see how giving credit for making a first down would increase the value of goal line backs.
    I easily understand that goal line backs (short yardage specialists) are the guys often used for third & one and fourth & one situations. However, most first downs are made by other players. Giving credit for first downs would actually decrease the Relative-Value of goal line backs.
    The players who would benefit most from the change would be QBs and possession receivers.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    This idea should be easy enough to implement. The stats needed are readily available. All Yahoo needs to do is to come up with good categories for scoring.
    Actually, I believe that good-equations-for-scoring would be the better way to go.
    And, I believe that this position should be added only in private leagues. The newbies in public leagues probably need to learn the basics of the game before being confronted by this position.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Ponder the following.
    It’s first and ten and a receiver runs a 9-yard out route, makes the catch and is immediately tackled. The player did something well. It's now second and one. The team now has two chances (maybe three chances) to gain one more yard. It can afford to take a shot at a deep pass play. It can try almost anything on second and one.
    If a player then succeeds on a short gain (like one or two yards), the player really doesn't deserve a specil bonus for making a first down. Rather, the player who gained nine yards on first down -- and set-up the excellent situation of a second and one deserves the primary credit.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I'd prefer to see Yahoo use "All In Play" for league standings.
    Have each team play every other team every week.
    It would solve the problem that you want to solve.
    And,it would be more fair.

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    Gathering feedback  ·  364 comments  ·  Fantasy Football » Rosters/Lineups  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Please discard this idea.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    If Yahoo implements this rule
    and a commish changes to the rule after the draft,
    will I be allowed to drop the league?
    If not, then please don't allow this rule.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    This idea is not necessary.
    Well, it's worse than that.
    It would be destructive to good fantasy play.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    This idea is not necessary.
    Well, it's worse than that.
    It would be destructive to good fantasy play.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I think Victor should receive a "Dumb Idea" medal for posting this suggestion.
    If Yahoo would award medals for these suggestions, then it would encourage medal-loving managers to post more dumb ideas & we could all benefit from the entertainment provided.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I'd prefer to see Yahoo use "All In Play" for league standings.
    Have each team play every team in the league every week.
    It would be a better solution for the problem that you want to solve.
    It would be more fair.
    It would eliminate the need for the computer to create a schedule of which team plays which team each week.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I'd prefer to see Yahoo use "All In Play" for league standings.
    Have each team play every other team every week.
    It would solve the problem that you want to solve.
    And,it would be more fair.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I'd prefer to see Yahoo use "All In Play" for league standings.
    Have each team play every other team every week.
    It would solve the problem that you want to solve.
    And,it would be more fair.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I'd prefer to see Yahoo use "All In Play" for league standings.
    Have each team play every other team every week.
    It would solve the problem that you want to solve.
    And,it would be more fair.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Have you considered a scoring system which has every team play every team each week?
    That system would would accomplish what you want to have happen,
    and it would be more fair.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Let's think about a six team league.
    If the weekly scores are: 107, 104, 63, 63, 63, 58
    which three teams get the extra win?
    You really can't even declare the third and fourth place scores as a tie because the fifth score is also 63.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Let's think about a six team league.
    If the weekly scores are: 107, 104, 63, 63, 60, 58
    which three teams get the extra win?
    And, do you really think that more than two of these teams should have an extra win?

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I would think that the computer code writers would embrace a change to having every team play every team each week. They wouldn't need to have the computer generate a schedule of which team plays which team for the league. They wouldn't need to store the schedule for use during the season. At the end of the week, they could simply rank the teams by their scores for the week to determine each team's wins and losses for that week.
    Thus, it would require less computer code to program, less computer time to run, and less data capacity to store.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I like the Nov.6 comment that suggests the top 4 teams get a win, the middle 2 teams get a tie, and the bottom 4 teams get a loss.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I think that "all in" scoring would be a better solution.
    All-in = have every team play every team every week.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Thomas, your idea would be an improvement.
    Even better, the top 4 teams could get a win, the middle 2 a tie, and the bottom 4 a loss.
    Even better, you could have every team play every team every week.
    Even better, you could use Total Points Scored during the season to rank the teams.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I agree with the Nov.19 comment from greg.
    It makes more sense to me than the "Top 5" idea presented here.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I think it would be simpler & more easily understandable to have each team play each team each week.
    That way, the "luck of the schedule" would be less of an issue.
    In an 8-team league, the team with the highest score would receive 7 wins, the team with the second highest score would receive 6 wins & 1 loss, the team with the third highest score would receive 5 wins & 2 losses, etc.
    I think it would be easier to program than the current method of creating a list of opponents for each team each week.
    When play-offs arrive, the team with the most wins would have the top seed, etc.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I would think that the computer code writers would embrace this change. They wouldn't need to have the computer generate a schedule of which team plays which team for the league. They wouldn't need to store the schedule for use during the season. At the end of the week, they could simply rank the teams by their scores for the week to determine each team's wins and losses for that week.
    Thus, it would require less computer code to program, less computer time to run, and less data capacity to store.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I think it would be simpler & more easily understandable to have each team play each team each week.
    That way, the "luck of the schedule" would be less of an issue.
    In an 8-team league, the team with the highest score would receive 7 wins, the team with the second highest score would receive 6 wins & 1 loss, the team with the third highest score would receive 5 wins & 2 losses, etc.
    I think it would be easier to program than the current method of creating a list of opponents for each team each week.
    When play-offs arrive, the team with the most wins would have the top seed, etc.

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    Please discard this idea.

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    Gathering feedback  ·  427 comments  ·  Fantasy Football » Playoffs  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Have you asked your league's Commish to add a "Consolation" bracket to the play-offs for your league. He/She can do that under the current Yahoo rules.
    Also, you might want to support the requests for a format under which each team plays each team each week. That method would make it less likely that the team with the fifth highest points for the season would miss your 8-team play-offs.

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    Gathering feedback  ·  71 comments  ·  Fantasy Football » Chat/Message Board  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Justin, I think you are correct. Those who are happy with the new format are "contempt." Nice English.

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