tareeked wrote:yeh, so this is a pretty unique scoring system for me.... it makes my head hurt trying to understand which positions are more valuable...
Passing/Rushing/Recieving Yards = 1 pt for 1 yard
Passing/Rushing/Recieving TDs = 25 pts for 1 TD
Interceptions = -15 pts
Fumbles = no penalty
Extra points = 10 pts for 1 extra point
Field goals = 1 pt for every field goal yard(e.g. 35-yrd field goal = 35 points)...
Kick/Punt returns = 25 pts
....so at first i though QBs were ULTAAAA valuable... but then noticed that there are no penalties for fumbles, but a 15pt penalty for interceptions.... does that even out the playing field? i still think QBs are way more valuable, right? plus the kickers are valuable too, lol...... like, a decent RB could put up a bad game of like 60 yrds and 1 td.... thats 85 pts.... same game, a kicker can have 1 extra point, and 2 35 yrd fields goals... thats 80 pts....
Uh, you need to plug this into a spreadsheet. It would seem to me that TDs are basically a non-factor. 25 yds rushing is equal to a TD? That's crazy. I plugged it into my spreadsheet and the first 3 selections should be QB. The difference in points between Brees and Eli Manning is equal to the total points Fitzgerald will score.
Other than that, it really won't affect the value of a particular position as much as you'd think. It more elevates the players who get a lot of yards and don't score many TDs.