Here is the team and the rules are below. Let me know if interested.
QB - Deshaun Watson, Tua Tagovailoa, Kirk Cousins, Kyle Allen
RB - David Montgomery, Devin Singletary, Leonard Fournette, AJ Dillon, LeVeon Bell, Jaylen Samuels, Dontrell Hilliard, D’Ernest Johnson, Tyler Ervin, Justice Hill
WR - Ceedee Lamb, DJ Moore, Odell Beckham, Mike Evans, Preston Williams, Greg Ward, Danny Amendola, Jeff Smith, Freddie Swain, Richie James, Isaiah Ford, Larry Fitzgerald, Steven Sims, Dontrell Inman, Marquise Goodwin, Dez Bryant, Devin Duvernay
TE - Jonnu Smith, Vance McDonald, Ian Thomas
2021 - 2.08, 3.06, 4.06, 4.08, 4.12
2022 1st, 4th
2023 1st, 2nd, 4th
- Amount of Teams - 12
- Entry Fee - $200
- Payouts - 1st ($1200), 2nd ($510), 3rd ($250)
- Weekly High Score - $20 (totaling $260)
- Most points scored during the regular season - $60 (totaling $60)
- 1st and 2nd seeds receive $20 (totaling $40)
- All playoff winners receive $20 (excluding championship) - totaling $80
- Playoffs (Weeks 14-16) - 6 teams (1st and 2nd seeds receive byes)
- Tiebreaker is points scored.
- Any potential rule changes must pass a vote of 75%.
- Starting Lineup Positions: 1 QB, 2 RB, 2 WR, 1 TE, 3 FLEX, 2 IR, 16 Bench, 6 Taxi Squad
- Taxi Squad: Teams can have a maximum of 6 taxi squad players. Players may remain on taxi squad for 2 seasons. If a player is called up from the taxi squad to active roster, they are not able to be sent back down. Players with 2 or fewer years of NFL experience are taxi squad eligible. Players entering their 3rd year of eligibility must be activated to roster or dropped.
- Year One: 28 round snake draft, including rookies. Draft will begin Sunday April 26th, 2020
- Year Two and Beyond: 4 round rookie/free agent draft. The draft order will be determined based on the reverse order of standings. This will NOT be a snake draft (1.01 pick will pick 2.01 and 3.01)
- Year One draft order determined by March Madness standings. First place receives choice of pick, second place receives second choice of pick, etc.
- Rookie draft order to be determined by potential points for non-playoff teams starting with the 2022 draft. Playoff teams positioning to be determined by playoff finish. Teams being eliminated in the same round will then go to regular season record and then potential points
- Rookie draft order: 6 non playoff teams enter draft lottery. Tiebreaker is points against.
- 12th place - 35% odds of 1st overall
- 11th place - 20% odds
- 10th place - 20% odds
- 9th place - 10% odds
- 8th place - 10% odds
- 7th place - 5% odds
- Lineup changes: Lock at scheduled game-time
- No transaction limit
- Waiver system: Free Agent Auction Budget (runs on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday)
- Teams will start with a $100 budget. $0 bids are allowed. Teams receive a $100 budget in the offseason and resets back to $100 when the regular season starts.
- FAAB Tiebreaker: resets each week to inverse order of standings
- Trade deadline: Saturday night of Week 11
- Trading will open back up after Week 16
- All teams must field a active lineup with their best players
- If you do not field an active lineup, you are automatically placed into the worst pick of all non-playoff teams
- Draft picks are allowed to be traded (Up to 3 years in advance)
- For example, teams may trade 2021, 2022, and 2023 picks during the 2020 season.
- ESPN Standard Scoring (4 point per passing TD)
- 0.5 PPR
- 0.1 per rushing/receiving yard
- 6th seed will be the team with the most points scored in the league among the teams not ranked in the top 5 seeds
- All trades are FINAL unless collusion is suspected. There will be no vetoes. If a trade is deemed collusion, both teams are suspect to being removed from the league.