Transcript: Due to our high point based averages we are getting more fans by getting more fans we need more room to hold the fans. Goals More money More Publicity Risks debt on the stadium ( if we take out a loan ) lossing money if our team goes down hill Bigger Stadium
Transcript: Player Comparisons Top Shelf FF League 2014 Top Shelf FF League Fantasy Football Review the results of last week's games Team Comparisons
Transcript: Step 2 - Waiver Wire Step 4 - Watch and Enjoy!!! Offense: Quarterbacks (QB), Running Backs (RB), Wide Receivers (WR), Tight Ends (TE) 6 pts per rushing or receiving TD 6 pts for player returning kick/punt for TD 6 pts for player returning or recovering a fumble for TD 4 pts per passing TD 2 pts per rushing or receiving 2 pt conversion (note: teams do not receive points for yardage gained during the conversion) 2 pts per passing 2 pt conversion 1 pt per 10 yards rushing or receiving 1 pt per 25 yards passing Bonus Points 2 pts per rushing or receiving TD of 40 yards or more 2 pts per passing TD of 40 yards or more (note: the player must score a touchdown to score the points) Penalty Points -2 pts per intercepted pass -2 pts per fumble lost Step 1 - Draft Do NOT draft players just because they are your favorite Use strategy when drafting draft for talent not for need Fantasy Football Download the app on your phone for easy updates You do not have to cheer for the teams just the players if you can afford it get NFL Red Zone have fun with your team, you will have ups and downs throughout the year Scoring System The scoring system is the point scale that determines if you win or lose Your players can earn positive or negative points depending on performance. There is point system for Offense, Defense, and Kickers. "Rules - Standard Scoring System." ESPN.com. N.p., n.d. Web. 13 Nov. 2013. <http://sports.espn.go.com/fantasy/football/ffl/story?page=fflrulesstandardscoring>. |, Morty. ""I should've taken Jim Brown"." ESPN. ESPN Internet Ventures, 30 July 2012. Web. 13 Nov. 2013. <http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/8194880/first-fantasy-football-owner-shares-50-years-knowledge-espn-magazine>. Kickers (K) 5 pts per 50+ yard FG made 4 pts per 40-49 yard FG made 3 pts per FG made, 39 yards or less 2 pts per rushing, passing, or receiving 2 pt conversion 1 pt per Extra Point made Penalty Points -2 pts per missed FG (0-39 yds) -1 pt per missed FG (40-49 yds) (note: a missed FG includes any attempt that is blocked, deflected, etc.) Background Defensive/Special Teams (D) 10 pts for 0 points allowed 7 pts for 2-6 points allowed 4 pts for 7-13 points allowed 1 pt for 14-17 points allowed 0 pts for 18-21 points allowed (note: team defense is responsible for all points allowed) -1 pts for 22-27 points allowed -4 pts for 28-34 points allowed -7 pts for 35-45 points allowed -10 pts for 46+ points allowed 3 pts per defensive or special teams TD 2 pts per interception 2 pts per fumble recovery (Note: includes a fumble by the opposing team out of the end zone) 2 pts per blocked punt, PAT, or FG (Note: a deflected kick of any kind does not receive points) 2 pts per safety 1 pt per sack Defensive/Special Teams (D) 10 pts for 0 points allowed 7 pts for 2-6 points allowed 4 pts for 7-13 points allowed 1 pt for 14-17 points allowed 0 pts for 18-21 points allowed (note: team defense is responsible for all points allowed) -1 pts for 22-27 points allowed -4 pts for 28-34 points allowed -7 pts for 35-45 points allowed -10 pts for 46+ points allowed 3 pts per defensive or special teams TD 2 pts per interception 2 pts per fumble recovery (Note: includes a fumble by the opposing team out of the end zone) 2 pts per blocked punt, PAT, or FG (Note: a deflected kick of any kind does not receive points) 2 pts per safety 1 pt per sack Fantasy football is a drafted team of NFL players chosen by each member of your specific fantasy league. Players are chosen through a draft process. The team is made up of 9 starters and 7 bench players. Quarterback , 2 running backs, 2 receivers, Tight end, FLEX, Kicker, and Defense What is Fantasy Football? Step 3 - Setting Lineup 1. Draft 2. Waiver Wire 3. Setting Lineup 4. Enjoy and Have Fun!!! Bibliography First fantasy football draft happened in 1963 First league name was Greater Oakland Professional Pigskin Prognosticators League (GOPPPL) by Andrew Mousalimas Kickers 4 Easy Steps Always set up your lineup before your players game Do not trust the projections, they are rarely right Go with your gut, never second guess Check throughout the week for injury updates and practice tips. Always have a Back up plan. Check this every week before setting lineup Look for sleepers and under radar players with best match up these players can replace people who have been hurt or underachieving Offense Defense
Transcript: Why Play? Social Interaction Basic Rules Diversity? participating for pure enjoyment of the game Fantasy Football Draft Game-play line-up points season for the thrill of victory Deviant? Are youth cultures manifestations of new styles of expression or are they products of consumer culture? Surveillance Arousal Course Question: Mentally getting away from daily rituals Entertainment predominant group is white males in college or in white collar jobs women make up about 20% very little racial diversity hooliganism - living vicariously for the violent physical aspect gambling - is it really skill-based? cyberslacking - new epidempic Escape Online fantasy sports The fantasy sports industry TV pay to play creating, building, or maintaining relationships information gathering, working with statistics, staying in touch with real world players
Transcript: There are a lot of rules that you must decide upon for your league How the scoring goes in your league is a major one Most leagues use traditional scoring settings given by the sites that they use which is set by just the click of a button (links to see exact numbers http://goo.gl/GJ6XSD http://goo.gl/QpdOXJ) Most common are H2H and Rotissaire After you determine who you want to play and how many teams you must decide on a website to play on. There are multiple websites in which you can play on including ESPN.com, NFL.com, Yahoo.com, FantasyPros.com and many more. You should pick the site you use based on everyone in your leagues accessibility to the site so they can draft/set lineups I know how to set up a league I know how to make the rules for my league I understand transactions and how they work What are the most common scoring settings? What is the Waiver order? What are websites in which you can play fantasy football on? Next you must set up the draft for your league This includes picking a date and time in which everyone will be able to draft their team The amount of players each team will draft and limits on each position Lastly the type of draft which is either snake which is a traditional style of draft or a auction draft which is what the name says it is a auction for each player The first thing you must do is figure out who you want to play in your league with. You must also decide how many teams you will have in your league (remember the more teams the more bad players that will be on teams) You can invite family, friends, associates it doesn't matter who they are as long as you fill up the teams in your league Players that are on waivers are ones that were recently dropped from a team. In your league there is probably a waiver order which is where someone gets priority when picking up players so they will get him first if they are first on the waiver order. Also waivers will take a few days to go through so other people who want that person will have a chance to get them. You will need to drop a player from your roster to do this if you have a full roster. Xavier Mozham I know how to set up a league Free Agents are players who are not yet on teams in your league This pool of players will change throughout the season because as you find out there will be a lot of roster moves made. These pickups you make are instantly done as well. You will need to drop a player from your roster to do this if you have a full roster. I know how to make the rules for my league I know how to set up a league Questions There are other basic rules that you must decide upon having also A major one is a league manager, a league manager is pretty much someone who makes decision on things involving the league Transaction limits, Trade deadline, amount of votes needed to veto trades are just things that you must also do when setting up your league I understand transactions and how they work NOW WIN! The next thing you should do is decide how your leagues schedule and playoffs are set up Based on the amount of teams you have and how many teams you plan to have in the winners bracket of playoffs will decide how long your regular season schedules and your playoff schedule this is done by the site you're on but you can also hand pick your games for each week and input them I understand transactions and how they work How to Play Fantasy Football I know how to make the rules for my league Learning Targets I know how to make the rules for my league I know how to set up a league I understand transactions and how they work Trades are transactions made between two players or more in your league which trades one or more players to one team in exchange for one or more players from the other team In some league there is a limit to the amount of trades you may do Also there is usually a trade deadline a point in the season where you can no longer make trades
Transcript: Fantasy Football By: TJ Douglas What is Fantasy Football? Definition Fantasy Football is a virtual competition where you manage a football team with players from the NFL. How to start. It is very simple to start Fantasy Football. First you need to register on a web site. (NFL.com) (Yahoo.com) or (ESPN.com) After that just join a league and make sure you remember the draft date and time. Be prepared for the draft There a plenty of ways to get help on which players to draft. There are entire TV shows on the ESPN Networks based on Fantasy Football, magazines telling you who to draft, and the web site usually has a draft board based on projections for the upcoming year. Drafting A draft is a pool of players that are eligable to be selected by a team. Most leagues allow you to start one QB, two RB's, three WR's, one Tight End, one placekicker, and one team defense. Then you are left with six bench players Running Backs will most likely lead your team in scoring, so it is very important to draft a quality running back. The second position to go after is Quarterback. They will most liekely get your team the second most fantasy points. The third most important position to get a quality player is at Wide Reciever. Tight End is an expanding position in the NFL, so this position has become increasingly important factor over the years One postion that often goes over looked is the kicker, but these points could be the difference in a close game. And the last position to go after is not actually a position, but an entire side of the ball. This is the Team Defense. It is easy to find a solid defense because usually they are well known and consistant. Things to remember! The draft is usually a snake style which means if you have the number one pick, you have to wait until the last pick of the second round to pick again. Don't draft based on your home team. Just because you love Detroit, doesn't mean you should fill a team with Lions. Pay attention to injuries and changing in team personel. Nothing hurts a QB more than a new Offensive Coordinator. Scoring! Scoring is based off of what a player does in real life. If a player goes out and scores two touchdows, with 100 recieving yards, then his stats get tranlated into points for your team. In most leagues you get a point for every ten yards the player gains. This player would have 10 points off of yards. Every touchdown is six points. This player would have 12 points in touchdowns. The grand total is 22 point this player added to your team, which is a pretty solid score. 1 point for 25 passing yards 1 point for 10 rushing yards 1 point for 10 receiving yards 6 points for a touchdown 4 points for a passing touchdown -2 points for every interception thrown or fumble lost 1 point for each extra point made 3 points for each 0-39 yard field goal, 4 points for each 40-49 yard field goal, and 5 points for each 50+ yard field goal 2 points per turnover gained by defense 1 points per sack by the defense 2 points for a safety by defense 6 points for each touchdown scored by defense Running Backs will usually get your team the most points becuase they get the ball quite often. Making Moves The Most important factor for success is consistant updating of your roster. You can add players that are currently not on a fantasy team. Once you add a player to your roster, you must drop a player also. You must have a certain amount of players on your roster. The Bye Week! A bye week in the NFL is a week where a team does not play a game. The players love it in real life, but it is an obstical in Fantasy Football. Every player is going to have one bye week, so make sure you can adjust accordingly. It is a bad idea to have too many players from the same team on your roster due to the bye week. Injuries! Injuries are a huge part of football. They will happen! Nothing is worse than having one of your star players hurt, except for having your star player hurt and forgetting to put him on the bench. Trading! It is a good idea to address your team needs by shopping around other rosters in your league and proposing a trade. It is important to try and help the other party while trading, otherwise the trade will most likely be denied. Example: I have three Quarterbacks, and need one more Running Back. Find a team in need of a Quarterback with an extra Running Back and propose a deal. This trade would help both parties. Weekly Adjustments Usually the reason for making changes to your roster is from a gut feeling. Go with your gut! If your star Running Back is going up against the Baltimore Ravens then it might be a good idea to start a Running Back who is facing a weaker defense. This could come back to get you, because your star could have a huge game, but thats what Fantasy Football is about. Managing a team the way you want to. Pay attention to the sporting news, and look out for any big stories. Some players won't be on a fantasy roster in your league because of low playing time, but if this player is
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Transcript: Tips For Next Season Kickers Quaterbacks Defense What is Fantasy Football? 3. Choose your line-up 2. THE DRAFT Final Step: WATCH SOME FOOTBALL!!! Running Backs The Steps Tight Ends 1 Quaterback 2 Running Backs 2 Wide Recievers 1 Tight End 1 Flex (Any RB, WR, TE) 1 Defense 1 Kicker 7 Backups Wide Receivers 1. Make a League
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