If you use excel, I made a spreadsheet for you guys. You can input your league's scoring system and it automatically updates their fantasy scoring using last year's
stats. This isn't for projections, but by looking back at how a different scoring system affects last year's stats, you can get a better idea of the value of players/positions in your league.
Change the modifiers in the colored cells. EG, if your scoring system is 50 passing yards = 1 pt, change cell H3 to 50. If you get -3 for INTs, change J3 to 3. The scoring in the FP column will update automatically.
Once you have your scoring system set up, click a cell in the RK (rank) column designated by the black circle, then click on the sort button (the A over the Z with the down arrow), designated by the other black circle, and it will automatically sort the players from first to last.
I don't have data for fumbles for last year, but I wouldn't worry since it doesn't affect things too much. You can make those adjustments on your own seperately if you desire. I also don't have game by game points allowed data for team defense. That actually does affect things quite a bit. You'd have to make some adjustments on your own.
Lastly, don't change any of the data in the player data cells.
http://kingghidorah.is-a-geek.net/Fanta ... system.xls