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Changes in Yahoo Settings/options

Postby mothaudio » Sat Jul 07, 2007 10:06 pm

just re-registered our league in the regular Yahoo league and noticed they made a bunch of changes to the defaults and other options. In the non-plus league the default is set to "NO" for "Sat-Tues waivers". Does that mean you won't be able to PU anyone on the weekends? Also in the bonus points. You're able to have a 3 tier bonus option. Do you only collect the highest bonus points available and give back the previous bonus or keep each bonus you collect? Never played in a multi-bonus league before. Thanks
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Re: Changes in Yahoo Settings/options

Postby Wesley Walker » Sun Jul 08, 2007 11:06 am

mothaudio wrote:just re-registered our league in the regular Yahoo league and noticed they made a bunch of changes to the defaults and other options. In the non-plus league the default is set to "NO" for "Sat-Tues waivers". Does that mean you won't be able to PU anyone on the weekends? Also in the bonus points. You're able to have a 3 tier bonus option. Do you only collect the highest bonus points available and give back the previous bonus or keep each bonus you collect? Never played in a multi-bonus league before. Thanks


I don't see the point of those bonus points. One does not give the bonus points back when they reach the next bonus level. For example, Chad Pennington gets 1 point for every 50 passing yards, plus a 1 pt bonus at 100 yds, a 2 pt bonus at 200 yds, and a 3 pt bonus at 300 yds. If he passes for 300 yards, he gets his 6 points, plus he gets a maximum combined bonus of 6 points. So his total score would be 12 points.

How many of the commissioners on Yahoo who are using these settings actually know this, I can only guess.
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