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2012 Playoff Fantasy Football Central


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#1 Proteus

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Posted 25 December 2012 - 11:00 AM

For the first time in seven years of playing, I am strongly considering going all out on doing some playoff leagues.

Any recommendations for preferred sites and/or formats?

(I was going to use the noob thread but this is very specific, specialized, and needed its own branding.)

Edited by Patrick Bateman, 26 December 2012 - 10:53 PM.

QB: Ryan Leaf
RB: Lawrence Phillips
RB: Ki-Jana Carter
WR: Charles Rogers
WR: Desmond Howard
TE: David LaFleur
W/R: David Wilson
K: Ray Finkle(Einhorn)
D: Minnie

BN: Andre Ware/Jared Cook/Tony Mandarich/Curtis Enis/Travis Henry/Brian Bosworth/CJ Spiller/Trent Richardson

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Posted 25 December 2012 - 11:49 AM

myfantasyleague.com runs a free playoff league site. Half of the guys from my local league have been doing a 6 man playoff league for the last 3-4 seasons on there. They actually have a setting which lets you carry over all scoring/rules/etc from year to year.
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Posted 25 December 2012 - 11:54 AM

As for the format, we basically do running pts through the playoffs with top two teams finishing in the money (a 75/25 split). From the 12 playoff teams, each guy draft (and starts, no benches) 2 QB, 2 RB, 3 WR, 2 TE, 2 K and 2 DEF.

I've never had much luck in this format, but for local leagues it's a good reason to get together on the Fri night before the playoffs start, drink a few beers and extend the FF fix/trash talking for another month!
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Posted 25 December 2012 - 12:10 PM

ESPN has a playoff challenge.
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Posted 25 December 2012 - 11:10 PM

Proteus, I use phenomsff.com. They have playoff fantasy leagues which are draft - n - go, but I play in the mega playoff contest which has a $50 fee and usually 500 or so entries. You pick a QB, RB, WR, WR, TE, D / ST, and K weekly for the postseason.

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Posted 25 December 2012 - 11:40 PM

Thanks for the info . . . appreciate the recs!
QB: Ryan Leaf
RB: Lawrence Phillips
RB: Ki-Jana Carter
WR: Charles Rogers
WR: Desmond Howard
TE: David LaFleur
W/R: David Wilson
K: Ray Finkle(Einhorn)
D: Minnie

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Posted 26 December 2012 - 12:54 AM

nfl.com has the most challenging playoff fantasy game.

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Posted 26 December 2012 - 06:31 AM

Just noticed the pinned RW thread too.

Thanks!

Edited by Proteus, 26 December 2012 - 06:32 AM.

QB: Ryan Leaf
RB: Lawrence Phillips
RB: Ki-Jana Carter
WR: Charles Rogers
WR: Desmond Howard
TE: David LaFleur
W/R: David Wilson
K: Ray Finkle(Einhorn)
D: Minnie

BN: Andre Ware/Jared Cook/Tony Mandarich/Curtis Enis/Travis Henry/Brian Bosworth/CJ Spiller/Trent Richardson

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Posted 26 December 2012 - 10:07 AM

RW is probably going to do something for the community......Just post your interest and we should have a group to join by this weekend....

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Posted 26 December 2012 - 04:03 PM

I've been in playoff leagues for over 10 years now, and I must say that I actually enjoy playoff leagues much more than a regular season league. Yeah, it's a short amount of time that it lasts, but it's just so much more exciting, at least for me.

I will however say, that the leagues that I'm in, are much more involved than just drafting a starting roster and letting it ride. We do a 6 team league, and we have an 17 round draft. Each team is allowed to draft 2 QB's, 2 kickers and 2 defenses. You are not allowed to draft 3 QB's or 3 defenses, or anything like that. Then, after the 17 round draft is over, we have a bonus pick. With this bonus pick, you are allowed to draft a QB if you like (Alex Smith).


The following week (after the draft), we also do free agent pickups, and we just do it via silent bid. However, we do have a stipulation where you are limited to an 18 man roster. So, if you only lose like 5 players in that first week of action, you can only pickup 5 players, to replace the 5 spots that you lost.

The best thing about the league, is when you get to the Conference championships, and people are scrambling to bid on relative unknown players like John Kuhn or Julian Edelman type guys. This year, we will probably be having bidding wars on guys like Lance Ball or DeJuan Harris. Then, when you get to the Super Bowl you'll have guys taking the backup QB, just in case something crazy happens and the starter gets injured. We've had people bid up to 12 or 13 bucks for a backup QB that is one play away from getting gametime in the Super Bowl.
Local League---------------------------------Old School League
QB1 - Aaron Rodgers ------------------QB1 - Andrew Luck
RB1 - Shane Vereen -----------------RB1 - Montee Ball
RB2 - Carlos Hyde -------------------RB2 - Arian Foster
WR1 - Jordy Nelson ---------------------WR1 - Demaryius Thomas
WR2 - Michael Crabtree ----------------WR2 - Alshon Jeffery
WR3 - Cordarrelle Patterson ----------WR3 - Kelvin Benjamin
TE- Dennis Pitta ------------------------TE - Jordan Cameron
K - Matt Bryant --------------------------K - Steven Hauschka
DEF - Cincy D --------------------------DEF - Denver D
QB2 - Russell Wilson ---------------- QB2 - Cam Newton
RB3 - Joique Bell ----------------------- RB3 - Reggie Bush
RB4 - Matt Asiata ------------------- RB4 - Fred Jackson
RB5 - Fred Jackson------------------- RB5 - Chris Ivory
RB6 - Ahmad Bradshaw --------------- RB6 - Ahmad Bradshaw
WR4 - Kelvin Benjamin ----------------RB7 - Matt Asiata
TE2 - Kyle Rudolph ------------------- WR4 - Wes Welker
--------------------------------------------------- WR5 - Josh Gordon
---------------------------------------------------TE2 - Jordan Reed

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Posted 26 December 2012 - 04:52 PM

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Posted 26 December 2012 - 09:25 PM

Well, it's week 17, and we either just got handsomely paid, or we'd been eliminated a long time earlier. In any case, it's getting close to playoff time, and the perfect time to talk Playoff League draft strategy. Here are the teams that have already clinched a playoff spot:


NFC

Atlanta
Green Bay
San Francisco 49ers
Seattle Seahawks


AFC

Houston
Denver
New England
Baltimore
Indianapolis
Cincinnati




Washington Redskins or Dallas Cowboys will be 4th seed and host a playoff game
Minnesota, Chicago, Washington or N.Y. Giants will be 6th seed and travel to San Francisco or Green Bay (or Seattle)







Obviously, when it comes to a playoff league, it's all about matchups. Kinda hard to talk really in depth strategy, until we know exactly who is playing who, etc. Still, there are some general strategies that are universal, regardless of the exact seeding. We know that in regular season ff, it's all about Running Backs. In Playoff leagues, it's all about QB's. Bottom line, you need to get 3 big games from your QB. That means, you either need to pick one of the Super Bowl QB's, or pick a QB that plays wildcard weekend and makes it all the way to the Conference Championship, but doesn't make it to the Super Bowl. Either way you slice it, you need to get at least 3 games from a big time QB.

In the regular season, you could survive with other draft strategies, but QB and defense are the big thing in the playofs. QB's can score 30 points. Defenses can score huge points (depending on the system). There is only 12 quarterbacks to choose from, and each week several are eliminated. Same thing with defenses and kickers. Kickers don't matter as much, other than not having an empty roster slot. When you think about the 4 teams in the Conference championship week, there are only 4 quarterbacks and 4 defenses. If you don't have one of each, you're really going to be hurting.

So then, the ultimate question is, how do I guarantee myself a QB and Defense playing in the third week with a chance to make the Super Bowl ?


I think the key this year is to get a top 3 pick in the first round. This will guarantee you Peyton Manning, Aaron Rodgers or Tom Brady, depending on your particular preference. You get a top 3 pick, and I think you're going to have a QB that is playing in his conference championship game. So what the F do you do with the 4th overall pick?


RG3 ?

Kaepernick ?

Foster ?

Matty Ice ?


Adrian Peterson ? (assuming he makes it...)

Edited by Anthony1, 26 December 2012 - 09:26 PM.

Local League---------------------------------Old School League
QB1 - Aaron Rodgers ------------------QB1 - Andrew Luck
RB1 - Shane Vereen -----------------RB1 - Montee Ball
RB2 - Carlos Hyde -------------------RB2 - Arian Foster
WR1 - Jordy Nelson ---------------------WR1 - Demaryius Thomas
WR2 - Michael Crabtree ----------------WR2 - Alshon Jeffery
WR3 - Cordarrelle Patterson ----------WR3 - Kelvin Benjamin
TE- Dennis Pitta ------------------------TE - Jordan Cameron
K - Matt Bryant --------------------------K - Steven Hauschka
DEF - Cincy D --------------------------DEF - Denver D
QB2 - Russell Wilson ---------------- QB2 - Cam Newton
RB3 - Joique Bell ----------------------- RB3 - Reggie Bush
RB4 - Matt Asiata ------------------- RB4 - Fred Jackson
RB5 - Fred Jackson------------------- RB5 - Chris Ivory
RB6 - Ahmad Bradshaw --------------- RB6 - Ahmad Bradshaw
WR4 - Kelvin Benjamin ----------------RB7 - Matt Asiata
TE2 - Kyle Rudolph ------------------- WR4 - Wes Welker
--------------------------------------------------- WR5 - Josh Gordon
---------------------------------------------------TE2 - Jordan Reed

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Posted 27 December 2012 - 12:37 PM

Here are a couple of specific questions that I would be very interested to hear other people's takes on:


1. The last I had heard, Willis McGahee "could" be available for the AFC Championship game, and the Super Bowl, assuming Denver makes it that far. Would you draft McGahee late in a playoff draft, or would you avoid drafting him, and maybe look at picking him up as a Free Agent before the AFC Championship or Super Bowl. Part of this is that, if you wait and pick him up as a Free Agent, it's going to cost some money to get him, where if you draft him in the last round of your playoff draft, he'd be a free pick up.

2. Green Bay has four WR's that will be drafted in just about every single fantasy playoff league. Randall Cobb, Greg Jennings, James Jones and Jordy Nelson. Which of these 4 guys is the absolute must have for the playoffs, and which guy will likely be the lowest scoring of the 4 ?

3. New England's primary RB is Stevan Ridley, but is he that much more valuable than Danny Woodhead in a playoff league? With New England looking like one of the 12 playoff teams that has a VERY good chance of playing 3 games, just how high would you reach to snag the No.1 RB on a team that could go from wildcard weekend all the way to the Super Bowl ? Would you rather wait and draft a guy like Woodhead maybe 3 or 4 rounds later?

4. Green Bay doesn't seem to have a rock solid RB on their team that can be trusted. They have Ryan Grant, Alex Green, DeJuan Harris and James Starks. Which of these 4 guys would you target ? Which of these 4 guys would you avoid ?

5. Rob Gronkowski is supossedly going to be back on the field in the near future, after suffering a broken arm a number of weeks back. Again, with New England looking like one of the teams that could play wildcard weekend, and maybe even make a run to the Super Bowl, do you go "all-in" on Gronk and take him relatively early in the draft, or do you wait and get a guy like Aaron Hernandez instead ?
Local League---------------------------------Old School League
QB1 - Aaron Rodgers ------------------QB1 - Andrew Luck
RB1 - Shane Vereen -----------------RB1 - Montee Ball
RB2 - Carlos Hyde -------------------RB2 - Arian Foster
WR1 - Jordy Nelson ---------------------WR1 - Demaryius Thomas
WR2 - Michael Crabtree ----------------WR2 - Alshon Jeffery
WR3 - Cordarrelle Patterson ----------WR3 - Kelvin Benjamin
TE- Dennis Pitta ------------------------TE - Jordan Cameron
K - Matt Bryant --------------------------K - Steven Hauschka
DEF - Cincy D --------------------------DEF - Denver D
QB2 - Russell Wilson ---------------- QB2 - Cam Newton
RB3 - Joique Bell ----------------------- RB3 - Reggie Bush
RB4 - Matt Asiata ------------------- RB4 - Fred Jackson
RB5 - Fred Jackson------------------- RB5 - Chris Ivory
RB6 - Ahmad Bradshaw --------------- RB6 - Ahmad Bradshaw
WR4 - Kelvin Benjamin ----------------RB7 - Matt Asiata
TE2 - Kyle Rudolph ------------------- WR4 - Wes Welker
--------------------------------------------------- WR5 - Josh Gordon
---------------------------------------------------TE2 - Jordan Reed

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Posted 28 December 2012 - 06:55 PM

Come on.... there has to be some people preparing for their Playoff draft..... Right ?
Local League---------------------------------Old School League
QB1 - Aaron Rodgers ------------------QB1 - Andrew Luck
RB1 - Shane Vereen -----------------RB1 - Montee Ball
RB2 - Carlos Hyde -------------------RB2 - Arian Foster
WR1 - Jordy Nelson ---------------------WR1 - Demaryius Thomas
WR2 - Michael Crabtree ----------------WR2 - Alshon Jeffery
WR3 - Cordarrelle Patterson ----------WR3 - Kelvin Benjamin
TE- Dennis Pitta ------------------------TE - Jordan Cameron
K - Matt Bryant --------------------------K - Steven Hauschka
DEF - Cincy D --------------------------DEF - Denver D
QB2 - Russell Wilson ---------------- QB2 - Cam Newton
RB3 - Joique Bell ----------------------- RB3 - Reggie Bush
RB4 - Matt Asiata ------------------- RB4 - Fred Jackson
RB5 - Fred Jackson------------------- RB5 - Chris Ivory
RB6 - Ahmad Bradshaw --------------- RB6 - Ahmad Bradshaw
WR4 - Kelvin Benjamin ----------------RB7 - Matt Asiata
TE2 - Kyle Rudolph ------------------- WR4 - Wes Welker
--------------------------------------------------- WR5 - Josh Gordon
---------------------------------------------------TE2 - Jordan Reed

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Posted 28 December 2012 - 11:32 PM

lol relax buddy, there will be PLENTY of good discussion once we know who is actually in!
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Posted 28 December 2012 - 11:46 PM

Even though I started the thread . . . I'm burnt. I can't make the trip.

And I NEVER should have said "This is the championship weekend! It's over after this!" to my wife.
QB: Ryan Leaf
RB: Lawrence Phillips
RB: Ki-Jana Carter
WR: Charles Rogers
WR: Desmond Howard
TE: David LaFleur
W/R: David Wilson
K: Ray Finkle(Einhorn)
D: Minnie

BN: Andre Ware/Jared Cook/Tony Mandarich/Curtis Enis/Travis Henry/Brian Bosworth/CJ Spiller/Trent Richardson

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Posted 29 December 2012 - 01:02 AM

lol relax buddy, there will be PLENTY of good discussion once we know who is actually in!



Well, you could still answer some of those questions I posed above. 10 of the 12 playoff teams are locked in, and we know that the 11th team is either going to be Dallas or Washington. Most folks probably think it's going to be like this:


NFC

#1 - Atlanta
#2 - Green Bay
#3 - San Francisco
#4 - Washington
#5 - Seattle
#6 - Chicago

Seattle goes to Washington and Chicago goes to San Francisco in week 1


AFC

#1 - Houston
#2 - Denver
#3 - New England
#4 - Baltimore
#5 - indianapolis
#6 - Cincinnati

Indy goes to Baltimore and Cincy goes to New England in week 1



Yeah, yeah, I know, it's not decided yet, but it does appear like it's heading in that direction. Still, regardless, the questions that I posed before still stand...

Edited by Anthony1, 29 December 2012 - 01:03 AM.

Local League---------------------------------Old School League
QB1 - Aaron Rodgers ------------------QB1 - Andrew Luck
RB1 - Shane Vereen -----------------RB1 - Montee Ball
RB2 - Carlos Hyde -------------------RB2 - Arian Foster
WR1 - Jordy Nelson ---------------------WR1 - Demaryius Thomas
WR2 - Michael Crabtree ----------------WR2 - Alshon Jeffery
WR3 - Cordarrelle Patterson ----------WR3 - Kelvin Benjamin
TE- Dennis Pitta ------------------------TE - Jordan Cameron
K - Matt Bryant --------------------------K - Steven Hauschka
DEF - Cincy D --------------------------DEF - Denver D
QB2 - Russell Wilson ---------------- QB2 - Cam Newton
RB3 - Joique Bell ----------------------- RB3 - Reggie Bush
RB4 - Matt Asiata ------------------- RB4 - Fred Jackson
RB5 - Fred Jackson------------------- RB5 - Chris Ivory
RB6 - Ahmad Bradshaw --------------- RB6 - Ahmad Bradshaw
WR4 - Kelvin Benjamin ----------------RB7 - Matt Asiata
TE2 - Kyle Rudolph ------------------- WR4 - Wes Welker
--------------------------------------------------- WR5 - Josh Gordon
---------------------------------------------------TE2 - Jordan Reed

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Posted 29 December 2012 - 06:36 PM

Noob questions: does wildcard week results carry over to the divisional week? How does it work given that some teams have more games, and that players will be eliminated each week? What is the most common approach to the basics of the game?

Edited by Proteus, 29 December 2012 - 06:41 PM.

QB: Ryan Leaf
RB: Lawrence Phillips
RB: Ki-Jana Carter
WR: Charles Rogers
WR: Desmond Howard
TE: David LaFleur
W/R: David Wilson
K: Ray Finkle(Einhorn)
D: Minnie

BN: Andre Ware/Jared Cook/Tony Mandarich/Curtis Enis/Travis Henry/Brian Bosworth/CJ Spiller/Trent Richardson

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Posted 29 December 2012 - 07:26 PM

Noob questions: does wildcard week results carry over to the divisional week? How does it work given that some teams have more games, and that players will be eliminated each week? What is the most common approach to the basics of the game?


Yes, each players points build up as long as they play in the play offs... so theres some strategy involved.. and some luck, lol.
At least in the play off system me and my 9 buddies do each year which is offline... we do the stats based on our H2H pts league.
We dont limit positions..... we just draft guys... any positions until we gobble up all the play off players... which also adds strategy.
Alot of guys take a chance and jump on one or two teams and take as many players from those specific teams... at least who they can depending on how the draft goes.
So if you think the Giants are going to the Bowl, gobble up as many of their players as possible, even if it means taking a kicker over another teams WR2 for example... cause when a team loses all their players are done but if your lucky and the Giants keep playing even lesser players still accure stats... even TE2's can outscore WR1's if you pick the Super Bowl team.
Hope that makes sense.
Its a chance though cause if the Giants (for example) lose then your done for the most part.
This angle usually crowns the champ though Ive learned over the years.

Edited by Spike11, 29 December 2012 - 07:28 PM.


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Posted 29 December 2012 - 07:49 PM

Yeah, some people have an "all-in" strategy. They focus on one or two teams, and try to get all the key players on that team. Normally, most "experts" would say this strategy is a recipe for disaster, because you're putting all your eggs in one basket. If that basket turns out to be wrong, you're totally screwed, and have no chance. The thing is... what if you pick the right team or teams ? I've been playing in playoff leagues for over 10 years now, and normally the all-in strategy is a bad one.

Having said that, the last two years I've played, the guys that one the championship both years were "all in" on the right team. Last year, this one guy was drafting all the Giants players. He loaded up on everything Giants. (he's a huge Giants fan). We all laughed at him after the draft, thinking that he totally blew the draft. Little did we know, that he was going to trounce everybody in the league. We were laughing at him for going all in on the Giants, but he had the last laugh, and about $700 in prize monies.

The year before that, a long time veteran of our league, went absolutely all-in on the Green Bay Packers. He drafted Aaron Rodgers, had some of the big WR's, had the TE's, field goal kicker. I did snag the Green Bay Defense, and I had James Starks, and I had James Jones. I came in 2nd, he came in 1st.

The interesting thing about it, is that usually everybody plays it more conservatively, and it's rare to see somebody go all-in, despite seeing it happen the last two years.
Local League---------------------------------Old School League
QB1 - Aaron Rodgers ------------------QB1 - Andrew Luck
RB1 - Shane Vereen -----------------RB1 - Montee Ball
RB2 - Carlos Hyde -------------------RB2 - Arian Foster
WR1 - Jordy Nelson ---------------------WR1 - Demaryius Thomas
WR2 - Michael Crabtree ----------------WR2 - Alshon Jeffery
WR3 - Cordarrelle Patterson ----------WR3 - Kelvin Benjamin
TE- Dennis Pitta ------------------------TE - Jordan Cameron
K - Matt Bryant --------------------------K - Steven Hauschka
DEF - Cincy D --------------------------DEF - Denver D
QB2 - Russell Wilson ---------------- QB2 - Cam Newton
RB3 - Joique Bell ----------------------- RB3 - Reggie Bush
RB4 - Matt Asiata ------------------- RB4 - Fred Jackson
RB5 - Fred Jackson------------------- RB5 - Chris Ivory
RB6 - Ahmad Bradshaw --------------- RB6 - Ahmad Bradshaw
WR4 - Kelvin Benjamin ----------------RB7 - Matt Asiata
TE2 - Kyle Rudolph ------------------- WR4 - Wes Welker
--------------------------------------------------- WR5 - Josh Gordon
---------------------------------------------------TE2 - Jordan Reed