Fuqyu wrote:I think Mendy will be more stable as a flex start over Celek, so I'd stick with him.
Also, why did you guys choose this ridiculous coring system? Do you change it every year?
Our scoring may change VERY slightly from year to year to adjust to the NFL. Most years go without rule changes, but we do vote on ideas every year at the year end banquest.
Why do we have this "ridiculous scoring system"? Think about it for one second, learn what it does to a fantasy league, play it for one season, and you will never go back.
This allows someone who is picking 1st or 10th to get a player who is just as valuable. It makes every position (not Ks and Ds) just as important (as it is in the real NFL, except QBs now are more important).
Can't Gates or Clark dominate a game just as easily as ADP, Andre Johnson, etc? If they can in real life then why not in fantasy football?
Last, it gives us COMPLETE roster flexibility, if it is a valid NFL lineup (that you will really see), you can use it in our league. We go 1 QB, 1 K, and 1 D, after that nearly completely open 5 spots (can't go with 5 RBs, or 5 TEs, but if it is a real lineup you will see on Sundays anything from 2 RB, 2 TE, 1 WR to 5 WRs, you can use it).
So that's it, trust me, I have played FF since the pencil and paper days, and this is by far the best league and scoring setup I've ever seen. It is definitely more complicated and takes more thought to draft and pick lineups than the typical 1 pt for 10 yards and draft 8 or 9 RBs in the first round crap.
What seems more interesting to you, a draft that is pretty close to predetermined by ADPs and you are nearly guaranteed to see 8 RBs drafted and maybe 1 QB and 1 WR, or a draft where you would see anywhere from 2-3 TEs, 1-2 WRs, 1-2 QBs, and 3-6 RBs? To me it takes more thought and more planning to work out a plan for that type of draft.