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    Posted: 26 Aug 2013 at 8:38pm
Help!

I bought the draft software, and have been reviewing the forums.. but I have two positions that nobody else seems to have!

we draft an OL, that is scored based on the following:

110 Yards team rushing,1 point
Each additional 10 yards, 1 point
No sacks allowed (Minimum 15 passing attempts), 6 points
Only one sack allowed (Minimum 15 passing attempts), 4 points
Only two sacks allowed (Minimum 15 passing attempts), 2 points
After 3 sacks allowed, each sack, -2 points
Rushing TD under 5 yards, 2 points
15 first downs, 1 point
16-18 first downs, 1 point
19-20 first downs, 1 point
Each additional first down, 1 point

so no sacks and a lot of first downs does the trick! a good oline piling up first downs will get upwards of 24 points...

but I cant seem to find any info, and relying on historical data is no good!

Help!

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  Quote johnnyfnfl Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 26 Aug 2013 at 8:42pm
For Special teams, we have the following scoring:

Every Punt kept Inside the 20 yard line, 1 point
Punter Average Yardage 40-44 yards**, 1 point
Punter Average Yardage 45-46 yards**, 1 point
Punter Average Yardage 47 yards**,1 point
Additional Average Yard**, 1 point

Every 10 yards average kick return**, 2 points
Every 5 yards average punt return**, 2 points
**= If only one return or punt: calculation will be yardage divided by 2.

So pretty much booming punting average is great.. with some inside the 2o, and decetn return yardage..

again, I have always used historical, but a good score here is 14 or so, bad score could be 0


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  Quote rkinigson Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 Aug 2013 at 8:34am
RotoWire has information ranking the O-lines. Check out:
http://www.rotowire.com/football/oline.htm
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