thanks for the fast reply-
I want a deep IDP league with almost realistic roster (but a little smaller for fantasy purpose)
I think about a 12
1 Team-QB (max.2)
2 RB (max.3)
3 WR (max.5)
1 TE (max.2)a 4-3 Defense
2 DT (max.4)
2 DE (max.4)
3 LB (max.5)
2 CB (max.4)
2 S (max.4 )
1 Kicker (max.2)
1 Punter (max.2)
No Team-Defensive / Special Team (?)
(maybe 12+ would be better...)
=27/ 19 Starters
A great problem that I have is the roster-size and the Bench-spots. A team roster size would be 27x12 = 324
players and I don't know if it's too much (with 10-team =270 players on roster).
Are 3 WR too much? Should I allow max. 4 RB (2 Starters) or 3 starting RBs (and 5 RB-spots)...
I hate it, when the FA-pool is empty and you have less room to improve.Can I say- more roster spots = lesser owners?
Another issue would be the balance
- I know it comes with the scoring system but the Roster-Settings are important.
I find it pretty hard to get a balanced point-system in Fantasy Football- I tried last season with an unique scoring system but failed big time cause no one wanted to join.
I have read that RBs have an advantage in fantasy scoring
"The most common scoring used is 1 point per 10 yards rushed or received, 1 point per 25 yards passing, 6 point touchdowns except passing is 4 points but include negatives for interceptions.[...]
At a glance, you can see that the runningbacks are the most valuable followed closely by quarterbacks.
The tight ends are relatively worthless, as are the defenses and the placekickers.[...].