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2013 Huddle IDP league

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Hey guys I want to do a fantasy league that uses individual defensive players instead of team defenses.  This thread is for anyone who is interested to sign up ( I think we should cap it at 12 or 14 teams), as well as throw some ideas around for scoring as I'm fairly new to IDP leagues.  I'll manage the thing, and the Draft would be sometime around the last week of the preseason to avoid any exhibition or TC injuries to star players.  Let me know if you're interested, first come first serve...

 

Members as of 8/9/13 (we're capping it at 12)

 

C47

kman72

PantherfanB

carpanfan96

OnlyPantherFaninMaine

Ken

PntherPryd

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Zaximus

ARSEN

Squirrel

Building Leaper

 

All full, thanks guys!

 

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I would be interested, never done a league that included defensive players on a individual level. If explained how pts are acquired through defensive stats I'm down 

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Found this scoring on NFL.com seems easy and fair enough although we can make changes if anyone wanted to.  I like the number of IDP starting each week at four though.

 


STANDARD SCORING CATEGORIES
  • Tackle (NFL.com Default = 1 point)
  • Assisted Tackle (NFL.com Default = .5 points)
  • Sack (NFL.com Default = 2 points); Note: Half Sack will be recorded as half of a sack’s point value
  • Interception (NFL.com Default = 2 points)
  • Forced Fumble (NFL.com Default = 2 points)
  • Fumble Recovery (NFL.com Default = 2 points)
  • Touchdown (Interception Return) (NFL.com Default = 6 points)
  • Touchdown (Fumble Return) (NFL.com Default = 6 points)
  • Touchdown (Blocked Kick, Punt, or Missed FG Return) (NFL.com Default = 6 points)
  • Blocked Kick (Punt, FG or PAT) (NFL.com Default = 2 points)
  • Safety (NFL.com Default = 2 points)
  • Pass Defended (NFL.com Default = 1 points)
ADDTIONAL SCORING CATEGORIES
  • Interception Return Yards
  • Fumble Return Yards
  • Tackle For Loss Bonus
  • QB Hit
  • Sack Yards
  • 10+ Tackle Bonus
  • 2+ Sack Bonus
  • 3+ Passes Defended Bonus
  • 50+ Yard INT Return TD Bonus
  • 50+ Yard Fumble Return TD Bonus
IDP POSITIONS
  • Defensive Lineman (DL)
  • Linebacker (LB)
  • Defensive Back (DB)
  • IDP Flex (DL/LB/DB)

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Nice, up to three!

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in.

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buddy of mine does independent defensive players only - no offensive players. seems pretty cool.

 

if thats what this is, i'm down.

 

if not, im out.

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I was planning on creating a league with individual offensive and defensive players.

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Sounds good to me. sign me up.

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