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Posted 15 April 2012 - 02:46 PM

We currently have an opening in Fantasy Legends II. This league is the 10th year for this league. This is a good team with all it's picks and the cost is $110 ($100 entry fee + $10 league fees). 0.5 Points Per Reception for WRs and TEs only. Standad scoring (see constitution below). Start QB, 2RB, 2WR, 1TE, 1Flex (RB, WR, TE), K, DEF. Please send me an PM or email at cac5897@gmail.com if you're interested in this team. I prefer we use PayPal for payment, but if necessary we can do this by mail. Our draft is two weeks away, so I want to fill this position ASAP. Below lists the team, the picks, and the constitution and scoring. We are looking for active owners who are committed to the dynasty concept, not just a couple of years and gone. Or even worse, one year and done. We want active owners who respond to trade offers and participate in all league business, which includes voting on referendums, etc. Cutler, Jay CHI QB (P) Grossman, Rex WAS QB Manning, Eli NYG QB Brown, Donald IND RB Charles, Jamaal KCC RB (Q) Gore, Frank SFO RB McCluster, Dexter KCC RB Murray, DeMarco DAL RB (Q) Stephens-Howling, LaRod ARI RB Breaston, Steve KCC WR Colston, Marques NOS WR Decker, Eric DEN WR (P) Edwards, Braylon FA WR Gaffney, Jabar WAS WR Harvin, Percy MIN WR (P) LaFell, Brandon CAR WR Moss, Santana WAS WR Wayne, Reggie IND WR Williams, Mike SEA WR Hernandez, Aaron NEP TE Miller, Zach SEA TE Cundiff, Billy BAL PK Lions, Detroit DET Def Raiders, Oakland OAK Def Year 2012 Draft Pick 1.09 Year 2012 Draft Pick 2.09 Year 2012 Draft Pick 3.09 Year 2012 Draft Pick 4.09 Year 2013 Round 1 Draft Pick from Gridiron Giants Year 2013 Round 2 Draft Pick from Gridiron Giants Year 2013 Round 3 Draft Pick from Gridiron Giants Year 2013 Round 4 Draft Pick from Gridiron Giants Starting in 2008 we will raise the dues to $110 to cover league fees ($100 entry fee + hosting site fee) and award anything left over to the team that didn't make the playoffs, but had the most points. This protects against MFL raising the fees by a few dollars when I purchase the new site each year, but have already collected the hosting site fees. Also starting in 2008, the playoff format will change from two division winners + the top 2 wildcard teams from each division, to the two division winners + the top 4 wildcard teams regardless of division. PREAMBLE I. Teams and Members A. The league will be made up of two divisions with 6 teams in each division. The number of rounds for the draft will be 4 rounds, with the last 2 having the option of FA's or rookies. All Owners will participate in a 13 game regular season each year with a playoff involving six (6) teams. Two division winners seeded #1 and #2 and 4 wildcard teams seeded #3 thru #6. The Championship game is played in week 16. (See playoffs section for more details on the playoff format). C, The league of 12 Owners will hold a 4 round draft, where the first 2 rounds are for rookies only, and the last 2 rounds allow drafting of free agents or rookies.. This draft will be held at the league web site. This draft will be held in the first week of May and there will be a 24 hr time limit for each pick.. The rookie draft will only have the pool of players eligible for the NFL draft D. One or more league members own and control a team. Each team has one vote in voting processes. E. Expansion membership is decided by nominations and voting from the current membership. A majority vote of the membership (7) is required to approve any expansion team to enter the league. F. Should an Owner leave the league for any reason, the team is NOT automatically inherited by the league. Instead, the Commissioner will immediately contact a capable Owner brought forward to them by a present Owner in the league and determine if they wish to take the membership. The league will have a confirmation vote on the new Ownerˇ¦s membership. A simple majority will confirm the new Owner. In the event a new owner cannot be found, the Commissioner will submit the best lineup possible for that team until a new owner can be found.. No pickups/drops/trades will be allowed for that team until a new owner is found. II. Player Drafts A. Owners will build their team through a 4 round draft, where the first 2 rounds must be rookies and the last 2 can be FA players or rookies. The draft will be NFL Style (worst to first). The rookie draft will only have the pool of players eligible for the NFL draft. If a player is eligible for the NFL Draft but isn't in the hosting site player database, then a proxy pick can be made, where you select a player as a placeholder until the "real" player is added to the player database. C. Trading of Draft Picks 1. You can trade Draft picks 1 year into the future at no charge. 2. You cannot trade future draft picks more than 1 draft in the future. 3. The current year's draft counts as one of the drafts in the future if the trade takes place before the current year's draft. 4. A combination of players / and current year draft picks or future draft picks 1 draft year in the future, which includes the current year's draft if it hasn't already been completed. 5. Draft picks can not be traded for money or any other considerations . 6 .We will use a 12 hour window during the draft to protest a trade once a trade is made. The clock doesn't stop because of a trade, but only if there is a protest. Once a protest is made, the draft stops and the league has another 12 hour window to complete the vote. If a veto is made (see Trading Section on veto), anyone who drafted before or after the persons involved in the trade that was vetoed, is not affected by the veto. In other words, whoever they drafted is theirs. 7. Once we have converted over to the next year's site you will be able to trade draft picks one year into the future as long as you are paid for the upcomming season. Example, if the current draft is 2010, you will be able to trade 2011 picks once we convert over to the 2010 site and you are paid for the 2010 season. Also, within 48 hours of the draft, you have up untiil the draft to protest any trades. D. Once a draft selection has been posted it cannot be rescinded. E. The rookie draft is to be held in May. The order of the draft will be determined by the results of the previous year, from worst to first for every round. The playoffs are included in the determination of the final team standings. The draft will not use a serpentine draft style, but will use the NFL style draft. The time limit to make a pick will be 24 hours. F. Expansion draft guidelines: 1. Each current Owner will have to leave three of his players unprotected for the expansion draft. These three players can be at any position. 2. The expansion Owner will have the opportunity of taking one unprotected player from each current team to be on his roster. Each current Owner will only lose one player in the draft. 3. The rest of the players the expansion Owner will select from will come from the free agent pool. 4. The expansion Owner must select at least 9 players and not take more than 24 (in-season) and 26 (off-season). He can take as many as he chooses as long as he stays between those two numbers. G. Passing / Skipping on Draft Picks / expiration of the 24 hour time limit for the Rookie Draft/ Illegal Roster during the draft: 1. If you get to the point where you don't want anymore picks, please post that you are finished with the draft. If the clock expires and your pick is skipped, you can make the pick you missed later in the draft (providing that player hasn't been selected), but if you don't notify the league you want your next pick before it comes up, that pick will be skipped also. 2. If the 24 hour time limit to make a pick has expired, the next team is on the clock. However, you can still make your pick anytime (same as the NFL does it). You may also trade that pick anytime during the draft. Once the last pick has been made you cannot trade or make a pick for any previous missed picks. 3. During the draft your roster must NOT be illegal at anytime. You cannot exceed the 24 man off-season roster limit at anytime,. If your pick makes your roster illegal, you must drop a player to make it legal. Supplemental Draft: Whenever the NFL has a Supplemental Draft, Fantasy Legends II will also have their own Supplemental Draft approx. 1 week later. The FLL2 Supplemental Draft will be setup in a thread with bids made publicly in an auction style format open for approx. two days. Bids for a player can be made using the team's following season's draft picks still owned (any picks acquired/lost through trade are not eligible to be bid). ou may only bid one pick (like the NFL does it). Highest bid gets the player and loses the pick that was bid. Value of the following season's picks will be based on the timeframe of the NFL Supplemental Draft. If occurs during off-season or in-season between wk #1 thru #7, than the pick value will be based on the past season's standings. If occurs in-season between wk #8 thru #16, than the pick value will be based on the present season's standings. If a Supplemental player is acquired during wk. #14 thru #16 (our post-season), the player will be frozen and the team will receive a roster exemption. III. Rosters III. Rosters A. The minimum number of players on a roster is 9. The maximum number is 24 in season and 26 off-season.. You must cut your roster to 24 48 hrs before the start of the first game of the season. If you fail to reduce your roster by that time, the commissioner will use his discretion to drop two players from that roster. B. Position eligibility. The final say on all roster eligibility will be what position the player is listed in hosting site. C. Minimum's and maximum's (in-season only): Minimum: of 1 QB, 2 RB's, 2 WR's, 1 TE, 1 Flex (WR, RB, TE), 1 K, and 1 DEF. Maximums: None D. The off-season roster limit will is expanded to 26, but must be reduced back to 24 48 hrs before the start of the first game of the season. If you fail to reduce your roster by that time, the commissioner will use his discretion to drop two players from that roster. IV. Starting lineups A. All starting lineups will consist of the following: 1 quarterback, 2 running backs, 2 wide receivers, 1 tight end, 1 Flex (WR,RB,TE), 1 kicker, and 1 defensive team. B. : Players Are Locked At Kickoff Of Their Game. Each player can be started/benched just prior to the start of his NFL game. C. The commissioner will insert players (if possible) should someone start a player on a bye or doesn't have a player inserted for any reason to complete their lineup. I will use the Fantasysharks lineup coach link on the lineup submission to insert a player. D. The MFL system has been disabled regarding copying lineups from week-to-week players in games Thursday and/or Saturday MUST be entered by owner prior to kickoff of that game...meerly being IN the previous week WILL NOT place that player IN for a Thursday game if an owner has NOT entered a l/u by 1PM Sunday, the previous weeks l/u will score, but WITH OUT any players from Thurs/Sat games--again, they MUST be entered by the owner prior to their kickoff...Commish will enter previous weeks l/u and replace any Th/Sat players w/bench players, using highest rated players from the MFL Fantasy Shark Lineup Coach under Player Projections. it is the opinion of this Commissioner that the submission of the starting lineup each week of an owner is HIS responsibility, that where there is the situation of Thursday + Saturday games, the owner MUST submit them as active, otherwise they are considered benched I would rather 'force' an owner to put a player IN, than 'make him' accept a score for a player he did not submit nor intend to play V. Scoring Any scoring dispute must be made after the current week's games, and before the next weekˇ¦s first game. Changes will only be made if the hosting site allows it. The hosting site decisions on scoring is final unless a mistake has been made in the rules setups, which means that the hosting site setups contradict what is stated in the constitution. If that is the case, then the commissioner will use the constitution to change the hosting site setup if possible. It is the responsibility of each owner to read the constitution and compare it with the hosting site and make any discrepancies known to the league. We will apply MFL previous week stat changes if they are received by MFL before the start of the next week's games. They usually get them on Wed or Thurs each week, but they could come much later. Once a new week's game starts, the previous week's games are official. Decimal Scoring One team representing both defense and special teams Rules for QB (Edit) Event Range (Low-High) Points Test? Number of Passing TDs 1-20 4 points each Test Passing Yards 1-999 0.04 point for every 1 Test Pass Interceptions Thrown 1-10 -2 points each Test Passing 2 Pointers 1-10 2 points each Test Number of Rushing TDs 1-10 6 points each Test Rushing Yards 1-999 .1 point for every 1 Test Rushing 2 Pointers 1-10 2 points each Test Number of Receiving TDs 1-10 6 points each Test Receiving Yards 1-999 .1 point for every 1 Test Receiving 2 Pointers 1-10 2 points each Test Fumbles Lost on Offense 1-10 -2 points each Test Rules for RB (Edit) Event Range (Low-High) Points Test? Number of Passing TDs 1-10 4 points each Test Passing Yards 1-999 0.04 point for every 1 Test Pass Interceptions Thrown 1-10 -2 points each Test Passing 2 Pointers 1-10 2 points each Test Number of Rushing TDs 1-20 6 points each Test Rushing Yards 1-999 .1 point for every 1 Test Rushing 2 Pointers 1-10 2 points each Test Number of Receiving TDs 1-10 6 points each Test Receiving Yards 1-999 .1 point for every 1 Test Receiving 2 Pointers 1-10 2 points each Test Fumbles Lost on Offense 1-10 -2 points each Test Rules for WR (Edit) Event Range (Low-High) Points Test? Number of Passing TDs 1-10 4 points each Test Passing Yards 1-999 0.04 point for every 1 Test Pass Interceptions Thrown 1-10 -2 points each Test Passing 2 Pointers 1-10 2 points each Test Number of Rushing TDs 1-10 6 points each Test Rushing Yards 1-999 .1 point for every 1 Test Rushing 2 Pointers 1-10 2 points each Test Number of Receiving TDs 1-10 6 points each Test Receiving Yards 1-999 .1 point for every 1 Test Receptions 1-99 0.5 points each Test Receiving 2 Pointers 1-10 2 points each Test Fumbles Lost on Offense 1-10 -2 points each Test Rules for TE (Edit) Event Range (Low-High) Points Test? Number of Passing TDs 1-10 4 points each Test Passing Yards 1-999 0.04 point for every 1 Test Pass Interceptions Thrown 1-10 -2 points each Test Passing 2 Pointers 1-10 2 points each Test Number of Rushing TDs 1-10 6 points each Test Rushing Yards 1-999 .1 point for every 1 Test Rushing 2 Pointers 1-10 2 points each Test Number of Receiving TDs 1-10 6 points each Test Receiving Yards 1-999 .1 point for every 1 Test Receptions 1-99 0.5 points each Test Receiving 2 Pointers 1-10 2 points each Test Fumbles Lost on Offense 1-10 -2 points each Test Rules for PK (Edit) Event Range (Low-High) Points Test? Number of Passing TDs 1-10 4 points each Test Passing Yards 1-999 0.04 point for every 1 Test Pass Interceptions Thrown 1-10 -2 points each Test Passing 2 Pointers 1-10 2 points each Test Number of Rushing TDs 1-10 6 points each Test Rushing Yards 1-999 .1 point for every 1 Test Rushing 2 Pointers 1-10 2 points each Test Number of Receiving TDs 0-10 6 points each Test Receiving Yards 1-999 .1 point for every 1 Test Receiving 2 Pointers 1-10 2 points each Test Length of Field Goal Made 1-39 3 Test Length of Field Goal Made 40-49 4 Test Length of Field Goal Made 50-59 5 Test Length of Field Goal Made 60-99 8 Test Length of Missed Field Goal 1-19 -3 Test Length of Missed Field Goal 20-29 -2 Test Length of Missed Field Goal 30-39 -1 Test Extra Points 1-20 1 point each Test Extra Points Missed 0-10 -1 point each Test Fumbles Lost on Offense 0-10 -2 points each Test Rules for Def (Edit) Event Range (Low-High) Points Test? Fumble Recoveries (from Opponent) 1-20 2 points each Test Interceptions Caught 1-20 2 points each Test Blocked Field Goals 1-10 3 points each Test Blocked Punts 1-10 3 points each Test Blocked Extra Points 1-10 3 points each Test Sacked a QB 1-20 1 point each Test Safeties 1-10 3 points each Test Total Points Allowed 0-0 10 Test Total Points Allowed 1-6 7 Test Total Points Allowed 7-13 4 Test Total Points Allowed 14-20 1 Test Total Points Allowed 28-34 -1 Test Total Points Allowed 35-99 -5 Test Number of Defensive & Special Teams TDs 1-10 7 points each Test VI. Tiebreakers A. Order of Tiebreakers If desired, you may use up to four tie-breaking schemes for your league standings. Order the tiebreakers, with "1" being the first tie-breaker used. If one or more tie-breakers are not desired, leave the field blank. 1.) Total Points Scored 2.) Head-To-Head Record 3.) Divisional Record 4.) Power Rank B. Playoff Tiebreaker Designate Bench Player to break ties. If the points scored for the designated bench players still has the game tied, use Irony web site to roll the dice to determine a winner. VII. Playoffs A. Our regular season will end after NFL week 13. Playoffs will include 6 teams comprising of 2 division winners (seeded #1 and #2) and the next top 4 teams are wildcards seeded #3 thru #6. The "lowest" seed refers to the #6 seed and the "highest" seed refers to the #1 seed. The teams will be seeded on their 1) W-L record, 2) Total Points Scored, 3) Head-to-Head results, 4) Divisional Record, 5) Power Rank. The playoffs will begin in week 14 of the NFL season with the #3 seed playing the #6 seed and the #4 seed playing the #5 seed. The top two seeded teams (division winners) get a first round bye. In week 15 the #1 seed will play the lowest remaining seeded team and the #2 seed will play the highest remaining seeded team. The winners in week 15 will play the Super Bowl in week 16. VIII. Transactions A. Trading: Notes: 1). At the conclusion of trading, roster must not exceed 24 players (in-season) or 26 players (off-season). 2). Trades must be fair. "Herschel Walker" trades are fair (Walker for several draft picks of highly touted rookies). Dumping players and collusion is not. 3) It takes 75% to veto trades instead of league majority (6 when there are 2 teams involved in a trade, and 5 when there are 3). If there are only 2 teams involved, that equates to 7.5, so we round up to 8. We should always round up when it's .5 or greater and round down when < .5. If there are 3 teams, then 75% of 9 is 6.75, so that would be 7 votes required. As you know, teams involved in the trade cannot vote. This lessens the likely hood that trades are vetoed because of league prejudice, meaning, that guy is ahead of me in the standings, so I will veto it. All members must vote unless their vote wouldn't affect the outcome. In other words, 75% has already been reached without their vote. In the event a vote is needed from someone who is out of town or unavailable to vote, the traded players may reside on their new team until a majority vote is reached. All veto votes are to be on the message board instead of by poll and that each owner who voted to veto a trade must post their reason why they vetoed a trade, or their vote is changed to a no. 4) None of the owners involved in the trade will have a vote 5) All league owners not involved in the trade will have 1 vote 6) If the vote ends in a tie, the trade stands 7) Owners have 48 hours from the time of the trade to protest a trade, unless the trade involves draft picks and the draft is in progress. If that is the case, see II Player Draft. 8). Trades can include draft picks for up to 1 draft year in the future and/or players. The current year's draft is considered a future draft pick if the draft hasn't taken place, with the one exception exlained in #9. 9). Once we have converted over to the next year's site you will be able to trade draft picks one year into the future as long as you are paid for the upcomming season. Example, if the current draft is 2010, you will be able to trade 2011 picks once we convert over to the 2010 site and you are paid for the 2010 season. The Final trading deadline is on the Friday after the completion of NFL Week #11 at 6:00pm ET. B. FA Pickups/drops: Rule change for 2007 - We will be allowing placeholders for unlisted players for both the draft and free agent pickups. 1. Your roster may not exceed 24 players (in-season) or 26 players (off-season) after you make a free agent acquisition. 2. In-Season, we will use a Waiver Wire, then Free For All setting at the hosting site. The Waiver wire worst-to-first starts after week 1 with the free-for-all ending just before the first game of the season. You cannot submit waiver request before 7:00 a.m Tuesdays and must submit your waiver request by Wed 8:44 P.M. ET. The waivers will process at approximately 8:45 PM ET on Wednesday. After that, it will be first-come-first-serve until Sunday at 1:00 pm ET. If there was an early game in the week you cannot add players whose game has already been played. 3.There is no deadline for picking up free agents. 4. If a. person drops a player, but realizes he makes a mistake and contacts me or sends a league email within 30 min of his mistake, I will correct the error. 5. Only close the WW (adds) for the Thurs game players after their game starts and leave open add/drops for all other players until Sunday's games start 6. You can drop a player from a Thurs/Sat game as long as they weren't in your starting lineup. The setup "Prevent Owners From Making FCFS Waivers/Free Agent Moves Between Kickoff of that player's game and the end of the last game of the week? No". has been set this way forever in this league and the reason why you can drop players on Sunday after games start. You just can't add players. IX. Injured Reserve None. X. Player Retention Since this is a dynasty league, every player on your team will be kept from year-to-year. Since this is a dynasty league, every player on your team will be kept from year-to-year. XI Schedule Each team still plays teams within their division twice. Games played outside the division is based upon the standings of the previous year. Weaker teams get an easier 3 game schedule, better teams get a harder 3 game schedule. 1) First place teams play teams 1, 2, and 4 from the other division. 2) Second place teams play teams 1, 3, and 5 3) Third place teams play teams 2, 3, and 6 4) Fourth place teams play teams 1, 4, and 5 5) Fifth place teams play teams 2, 4, and 6 6) Sixth place teams play teams 3, 5, and 6 XII Scramble Divisions each year The odd number drafting team will be the Walter Payton Division and the even number drafting team will be the Jim Brown. XIII. Commissioner League stability is our primary goal. This framework will govern the league: A. Commissioner. Our goal is to have a very strong, yet fair Commissioner. The Commissioner is sworn to act at all times in the Best Interests of the League and is vested with the following powers: 1. Interpret the Constitution 2. Settle all position eligibility questions. 3. Approve team names. 4. Preside over draft and settle draft disputes. 5. Maintain the integrity of the league and its Owners by enforcing Article XII, "Expected Owner Conduct". XIV. Expected Owner Conduct Owners will be expected to conduct themselves in a manner that will not disparage the league nor its Owners in any way, shape, or form. While bragging is always a part of some Owner's personality and is to be expected, inflammatory or taunting acts will not be tolerated. The Commissioner will have total authority in drawing the line between bragging and taunting. XV. League Disputes and Amendments to the Constitution. A. Owners can call for a league vote anytime for all disputes except to override what the Commissioner is empowered to decide. (See XI Commissioner). 1. Owner notifies the Commissioner he is appealing the decision. 2. Commissioner notifies the league. B. Amendments to the Constitution. Amendments to the Constitution are allowed in the off season. Thus, they can NEVER be made during a season, unless the integrity of league requires such a change. By definition, the season begins once the Commissioner accepts the first selection of the annual player draft. Amendments to the Constitution will follow this path: 1. A majority league vote (7) is required to change the Constitution except when the integrity of the league is at stake. An abstension is considered a "no" vote. 2. If approved, the amendment becomes a permanent article of the Constitution and assumes equal status with all other articles. C. Owner warnings: If an Owner is considered by the Commissioner to be conducting himself in a manner not in the best interest of the league. 1. The Commissioner issues a 1st warning. 2. Second occurrence, the Commissioner will call a league vote (minus the Owner in question), to remove that Owner from the league. D. Removing an Owner. This is an extremely serious consideration, one that the league will seek to avoid at all costs. If it arises, this path will be followed: 1. A majority league vote (7) is required to remove an Owner except for the following reasons: a) League Fees are not current by April 24th. b) Obvious proof that an Owner is 'throwing' games to either assist / harm another owner or to improve one's draft position. c) Proof of collusion or cheating in any manner. 2. The league will assume control of the team until a replacement can be found. No transactions will be permitted by this team until a replacement is found. E. Removing a Commissioner. This also is an extremely serious situation. If it arises, this path will be followed. 1. A majority league vote (7) is required to remove the Commissioner. 2. A new Commissioner will be appointed by a majority vote XVI. Fees A. All Owners must have all fees paid current by April 24. Otherwise I will find a replacement owner. XVII. Prize Money Make the playoffs = $100 (6 x 100 = 600) Semi Finals Winners - $100 (2 x 100 = 200) Super Bowl Champs - $300 (1 x 300 = 300) Points Champ = $100 (1 x 100 = 100) 600 + 200 + 300 + 100 = 1200

Edited by JohnnyU, 15 April 2012 - 05:09 PM.

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#2 JohnnyU

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Posted 15 April 2012 - 05:09 PM

filled, thanks guys.

Hopes that were high in the heat of September ... can wilt and die in the chill of November. November can be cold and grey, November can be surly with bitter rain upon the world and winter coming early.
- John Facenda



 





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