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Looking at adding IDP into the mix for next season.

 

Curious about what stats people use and the point values as well.

 

Tackles, Sacks, Ints, FumRecs, TDs......anything else? Assists?

 

Any advice appreciated.

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From my BOTH league:

 

Number of Punt Return TDs 0-10 6 points each

Number of Kickoff Return TDs 0-10 6 points each

Fumbles Lost (to Opponent) 1-10 -2.00 points each

Number of Defensive Fumble Recovery TDs 1-10 6.00 points each

Fumble Recoveries (from Opponent) 1-10 2.00 points each

Number of Offensive Fumble Recovery TDs 1-10 6.00 points each

Forced Fumbles 1-99 3.00 points each

Number of Interception Return TDs 1-10 6.00 points each

Interceptions Caught 1-10 5.00 points each

Passes Defensed 1-99 1.00 point each

Number of Blocked Field Goal TDs 1-10 6.00 points each

Blocked Field Goals 1-10 3.00 points each

Number of Blocked Punt TDs 1-10 6.00 points each

Blocked Punts 1-10 3.00 points each

Tackles 1-99 1.00 point each

Assists 1-99 0.50 points each

Sacked a QB 0.5-20 2.00 point for every 0.5

Safeties 1-99 5.00 points each

 

12 team dynasty with IDP's. Start 2-3 LB's, 2-3 DB, 2-3 DL's.

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Looking at adding IDP into the mix for next season.

 

Curious about what stats people use and the point values as well.

 

Tackles, Sacks, Ints, FumRecs, TDs......anything else? Assists?

 

Any advice appreciated.

 

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In the league I am in we count 1 pt for sacks, 2 pts for ints, 2 pts for FumRecs, and 7 pts for defensive of TDs. Our league also awards 7 pts for kickoff returns and 7 pts for safties.

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WE use 3 points for a FF, sack , FR, or INT ... 1 point for every 3 tackles ... TD scores 6 !! Is fun as hell !!

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doesnt matter what system you use , whatever you do though start with one scoring and plan on never changing it .. causes to many problems changing rules

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doesnt matter what system you use , whatever you do though start with one scoring and plan on never changing it .. causes to many problems changing rules

 

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Agreed, but the scoring system you chose will severely impact your draft. If you use 2 points/tackle, as some leagues do, Ray Lewis and other top LB's will go as early as the 3rd round.

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If this is going to be new for your league you may want to just add a few scoring categories the first year. As everyone gets accustomed then add more categories. Our league started with assists(.5),tackles(1),fum.rec.(2). LBs got 2 pts for int. and sacks. DBs got 2 point for int., 4 pts. for sack. DLs got 2 pt for sack and 4 for an int. Reasoning for DBs and DLs points reversed reward those DBs that blitz a lot. and DLs that drop back as a LB. A little more strategy in picking players. next year we added FR for TDs and INT for TD and pass defensed.

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Thank you for the responses.....

 

Hugh, that's a ton of categories! Please tell me you have an auto-scoring system.....

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Thank you for the responses.....

 

Hugh, that's a ton of categories! Please tell me you have an auto-scoring system.....

 

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The league is run on MFL.

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Assist .5

Tackle 1

Sack 2 (so a sack is actually worth 3 points)

fumble recovery 1

INT 3

TDs 6 pts if less than 50 yds

TDs 12 if over 50 yards

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