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In my 10 team dynasty/salary cap league we have 2 divisions of 5 teams each. We only have 2 weeks of playoffs (no bye week) with the top team in each division playing the 2nd team in their division week 15 for the right to advance to the super bowl against the other division champ.

 

DIVISION 1

TEAM 1 (8-5)

TEAM 2 (7-6)

TEAM 3 (7-6)

TEAM 4 (7-6)

 

DIVISION 2

TEAM 1 (8-5)

TEAM 2 (8-5)

TEAM 3 (7-6)

 

We are going into our last week of the regular season.

 

In Division 1:

Teams 1 and 2 are the only ones that can win the division OR they could miss the playoffs entirely.

Team 3 can make the playoffs as a wildcard by defeating Team 1 this week (and getting some other help)

Team 4 can not make the playoffs due to tie-breakers

 

In Division 2:

Team 1 can win the division, take the wild card or miss the playoffs

Team 2 is the only team with a playoff spot clinched, can win the division or take the wild card

Team 3 can only make the playoffs by defeating Team 1 and having Team 2 win as well

 

So going into the last week of the regular season

1. Both division titles are up for grabs

2. Only 1 team has clinched a playoff berth

3. 5 out of 10 teams are competing for the 3 remaining playoff berths

4. 1 team is eliminates soley on tie-breakers

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that's definitely pretty crazy man. in a couple of my leagues, we have some tight divisions, but none that from a whole league perspective are that cluttled and wide open.

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Parity that Pete Rozelle would have been proud of. The top 3 teams in each division made the playoffs. I don't think we will ever see this again in our league.

 

 

 

 

W L PF

Inbound Division

DIRTY SANCHEZ 8- 5 (Me of course) :D

Scrub Crushers 8 - 5

Bill and Mike 8- 5

Joe and John 6 - 7

Easy Money 5 - 8

 

Outbound Division

Da Dogs 7 - 6

Ricky/Rich PIMP$ 7 - 6

Desperadoes 7 - 6

Scramblers 5 - 8

Nasty As It Gets 4 - 9

Edited by I'm Rick James Bitch

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In my 10 team dynasty/salary cap league we have 2 divisions of 5 teams each. We only have 2 weeks of playoffs (no bye week) with the top team in each division playing the 2nd team in their division week 15 for the right to advance to the super bowl against the other division champ.

 

DIVISION 1

TEAM 1 (8-5)

TEAM 2 (7-6)

TEAM 3 (7-6)

TEAM 4 (7-6)

 

DIVISION 2

TEAM 1 (8-5)

TEAM 2 (8-5)

TEAM 3 (7-6)

 

We are going into our last week of the regular season.

 

In Division 1:

Teams 1 and 2 are the only ones that can win the division OR they could miss the playoffs entirely.

Team 3 can make the playoffs as a wildcard by defeating Team 1 this week (and getting some other help)

Team 4 can not make the playoffs due to tie-breakers

 

In Division 2:

Team 1 can win the division, take the wild card or miss the playoffs

Team 2 is the only team with a playoff spot clinched, can win the division or take the wild card

Team 3 can win the division by defeating Team 1 and having Team 2 win as well

 

So going into the last week of the regular season

1. Both division titles are up for grabs

2. Only 1 team has clinched a playoff berth

3. 5 out of 10 teams are competing for the 3 remaining playoff berths

4. 1 team is eliminates soley on tie-breakers

 

 

Probably a bunch of morons in that league. What, nobody could draft a decent team?

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In Division 2:

Team 1 can win the division, take the wild card or miss the playoffs

Team 2 is the only team with a playoff spot clinched, can win the division or take the wild card

Team 3 can win the division by defeating Team 1 and having Team 2 win as well

 

 

Somehow, that's not making sense to me. Not that it matters, but just helping catch a possible mistake?

If Team 2 wins, it will be 9-5, which means no way for Team 3 to win the division.

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Somehow, that's not making sense to me. Not that it matters, but just helping catch a possible mistake?

If Team 2 wins, it will be 9-5, which means no way for Team 3 to win the division.

 

 

Correct and corrected

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Correct and corrected

 

wow.. if there was any doubt that I'm a geek, it's now been answered. I not only was interested enough in your league's record stats, but also took the time to make sure you had your playoff summary correct. :D

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one of my locals is a 12 team league in which owners are allowed to keep 2 players from separate positions.

 

Going into the last week of the regular season (last week) both divisions had a 4-way tie for first place (one division at 8-4 and the other at 7-5). Last week was fun.

 

And, yes...I did get the bye :D

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For the last three years, my 10 team local has had 9 teams with a chance of the playoffs in week 13 (our last week).

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But the real race was for the top draft pick next year by the 1-12, 1-12, and 2-11 teams. :D

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My main league is the total opposite check this out. We just have 1 division of 10

 

 

Puddys Greasemonkeys 0-10

Hooked on Yukon 0-10

H8tank = Mensa 0-10

Hugh head of hair 0-10

Skinsteresting 0-10

Calm cool and Cliaz 0-10

Benudo 0-10

Chargerz finger 0-10

I like stilts 0-10

Chuck Norris 90-0

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I have chosen to ignore stupid stuff that no one cares about

 

View this post, unignore stupid stuff that no one cares about

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And here is how it settled out:

 

 

DIVISION 1

TEAM 1 (8-6) - wins division based on 5-1 H2H advantage with tied teams

TEAM 2 (8-6) - wins wild card based on 3-1 H2H advanage with remaining tied teams

TEAM 3 (8-6)

TEAM 4 (8-6)

 

DIVISION 2

TEAM 5 (9-5)

TEAM 6 (8-6) - wins based on total points tie-breaker

TEAM 7 (8-6)

 

 

7 out of 10 teams with a record good enough to be in the playoffs, 3 teams eliminated on tie-breakers.

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I my 10 team local this is how the divisions ended up after the regular season:

 

Division 1:

8-5 (my team, I went from out of the playoffs to #1 seed in the last week)

8-5

7-6

7-6

3-10

 

Division 2:

7-6

7-6

6-7

6-7

6-7

 

I was the 2nd lowest scoring team because I started out real slow, no thanks to CJ and Fitzgerald, but I won my last 4 games to move from 4-5 to 8-5. In the last 4 weeks I beat (3) 7-6 teams and the 8-5 team to win the HTH. I now have to play the LT2 and P Manning owner this week, keeper league.

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I my 10 team local this is how the divisions ended up after the regular season:

 

Division 1:

8-5 (my team, I went from out of the playoffs to #1 seed in the last week)

8-5

7-6

7-6

3-10

 

Division 2:

7-6

7-6

6-7

6-7

6-7

 

I was the 2nd lowest scoring team because I started out real slow, no thanks to CJ and Fitzgerald, but I won my last 4 games to move from 4-5 to 8-5. In the last 4 weeks I beat (3) 7-6 teams and the 8-5 team to win the HTH. I now have to play the LT2 and P Manning owner this week, keeper league.

 

 

Thank the Lord you posted the outcome of this madness! My tummy's been upset all week, and I haven't been able to sleep.

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Thank the Lord you posted the outcome of this madness! My tummy's been upset all week, and I haven't been able to sleep.

 

 

 

No problem, always trying to help out :D

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