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*Need Owners* Yahoo standard (mostly) league

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I was going to run 2 leagues at work, but lot of the guys in a particular department have been replaced by women, not that I'm complaining. It's a Yahoo league with some tweaks. Added a flex spot (can be either WR, RB, or TE) so there's 10 starting spots and 6 bench spots. This also balances out the snake draft.


QB's INTs are -2, if it's a pick six, then -3 instead. Passing for 300+ yards gets +1

WRs, RBs, and TEs get +1 when they go over 100 yards in a game

For Ks, FGs 50 yards+ are 4 points, but missing an extra point is -1

D/ST get 1 point for a tackle for loss and 2 points for a 4th-down stop


Big plays are worth more. 40+yard runs or catches get +1, and if it's a TD then +2 instead.

Passes over 40 yards don't get a bonus unless it's a TD, then +1


Nothing CRAZY, but enough to spice up the matchups. I like competitive leagues, and this setup helps test the managerial skills of the 11 poor bastards dumb enough guys with the guts to join.


Since it's a first-year Huddle league and last minute, I'll make it a free league. We draft on Wednesday at 6pm. Anybody got the cajones? PM me for an invite.


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