Caveman_Nick Posted December 6, 2006 Share Posted December 6, 2006 I was looking at one of my league's power rankings this afternoon. I made the playoffs in this league, and can provide the following data about my team: • I was number one in overall points scored. • I had 3 of the 4 highest scoring weeks, and 9 of the top 50 (consider 10 teams times 13 weeks, 130 possible weeks. 3 of mine in the top 4 and 9 in the top 50) • I was tied for the third best record at 8-5. There were 2 9-4 teams and 1 10-3 team. • I had the second highest points against in the league. The team with the highest had a losing record and didn't make the playoffs. • I was secoond in the league in the 'possible points' category. • My bench points were my only low compared to the rest of the league. I was 3rd from the bottom. • I had the best all play record in the league. And in power rankings I was 5th. I know power rankings don't matter, but I do find this interesting. It makes me think that MFL power rankings aren't even useful as a league analysis tool. The most important factors should be all play record, total points, and scoring consistency. Actual record can have a lot more to do with plain old luck than with how good your team is which can be really obvious when you look at teams Points Against total. It's something to consider when you are reviewing how well you did in your league and what your playoff chances are. Anyhoo... Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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