Fantasy Football tips to help you organize your league’s scoring rules.
When a quarterback has a 400-yard game, shouldn't he be rewarded for that? How about when a running back hits 150 yards rushing? Or a receiv[…]
Most fantasy football leagues award 3 points for field goals 0-39 yards, 4 points for field goals 40-49 yards, and 5 points for field goals […]
If a football player puts the ball on the ground, but he -- or a teammate -- recovers the fumble, there's no harm, no foul there.
Remember when the great Devin Hester was tearing up the NFL with return yards and touchdowns last decade?
Twenty-two years ago when I played in my first fantasy football league, our scoring rules were so basic. Yards didn't count. Interceptions a[…]
I participated in a league once where team defenses were only awarded points when they scored a touchdown, recorded a safety, or picked off […]
I was a former kicker for seven years. And even though a 39-yard field goal was worth the same three points as a 20-yard chip shot was, the […]
I've chewed on this idea for quite some time and have had a hard time etching it in stone.
We award running backs six points for a rushing touchdown. Likewise, receivers and tight ends get six points for a receiving touchdown. Heck[…]
When fantasy football was first invented, low scoring games were a common occurrence. It made no sense to give fantasy defenses a lot of poi[…]
Some leagues don't like to take points away from their players for mistakes like interceptions and fumbles. I think it's a necessary evil.