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#1

In the UDK the auction values are for a 12 team league. How does it change when drafting a 10 team, or does it at all? I’ve been mock drafting 10 team and it seems that all the bids went $10 to $20 more than the UDK values are. How do I convert to 10 team? Thanks


#2

No hard and fast formula that I know of.
There is some articles if you Google “adjusting prices from 12 person to 10 person league” that take you through a huge math equation. But IMO it’s too much work.

I also am in a 10 team league.

Best advice honestly is to do what your have been doing. And do mocks… See where guys are really going…

As a baseline in the beginning I usally take a 12 team league prices and subtract $2 from the first 20 players that usually gets me in the ballpark.

But after a couple mocks I have to adjust my rankings.

Just by taking a quick glance. Top 10 players are all about the price they have listed…
D. Johnson is 62-67$
A. brown is 53-56$

Dez is usually 29-32$
Watkins is usually 26$-28$

So those first 20 players are usually pretty close to a 10 team league IMO and its the same prices they have listed on the site for a 12 team league.

Where it gets screwy is GRONK they have $26-$27 listed for him…
Never seen him go below $35 and usually it’s $37-40…so that one they are the $10 off like you said

And below the 30-40 player range you can start dropping $5 or more off each player. As in a 12 team league these players are some teams 2Rb and 2Wr. But in a 10 team league these are players that are our number 3s. So that is why you see the huge price drop.

So Diggs never goes above $10 and he is listed at $19
And Gore never goes above $7 and he is listed at $21.

So Im not sure I’m much help but mock drafts is the way to go. Just so you can see what players really go for.


#3

Yes you were helpful! thanks! You got my thoughts a little more in line and making since.

Fr0sty11 Fr0sty11
August 9 |

No hard and fast formula that I know of.
There is some articles if you Google “adjusting prices from 12 person to 10 person league” that take you through a huge math equation. But IMO it’s too much work.

I also am in a 10 team league.

Best advice honestly is to do what your have been doing. And do mocks… See where guys are really going…

As a baseline in the beginning I usally take a 12 team league prices and subtract $2 from the first 20 players that usually gets me in the ballpark.

But after a couple mocks I have to adjust my rankings.

Just by taking a quick glance. Top 10 players are all about the price they have listed…
D. Johnson is 62-67$
A. brown is 53-56$

Dez is usually 29-32$
Watkins is usually 26$-28$

So those first 20 players are usually pretty close to a 10 team league IMO and its the same prices they have listed on the site for a 12 team league.

Where it gets screwy is GRONK they have $26-$27 listed for him…
Never seen him go below $35 and usually it’s $37-40…so that one they are the $10 off like you said

And below the 30-40 player range you can start dropping $5 or more off each player. As in a 12 team league these players are some teams 2Rb and 2Wr. But in a 10 team league these are players that are our number 3s. So that is why you see the huge price drop.

So Diggs never goes above $10 and he is listed at $19
And Gore never goes above $7 and he is listed at $21.

So Im not sure I’m much help but mock drafts is the way to go. Just so you can see what players really go for.

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