dingwog

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  1. Oh and read the first article. Goes in to more detail on answers your looking for. I know your looking for data but that may be hard to find. An overall balanced system is what your looking for, yes?
  2. https://www.profootballfocus.com/blog/2013/06/27/the-pff-idp-scoring-system-revisited/ We moved to PFF IDP scoring a few years back and love it. This article came out as a revision and I adjusted mWe moved to PFF IDP scoring a few years back and love it. This article camps a revision and I adjusted my scoring rules accordingly. Yes you look at the numbers and they are surprising but if you plug them in, they make sense. JPP and J Allen had great seasons in 2011 and finished 26 & 24 overall in my scoring. Watt had an all time season and he was 8 overall. I think it's just as it should be. This scoring correctly rewards defensive players and not just 3-down LBs. A guy like Peanut Tillman can finish in the top 8 for all defenders and that sounds perfect. In my other IDP dynasty with "normal" IDP scoring, Watt finished #60 Overall and Tilllman #56. What? Try this. It works, correctly rewarding rush ends and backers, cover corners that make plays and the scoring rules accordingly. Yes you look at the numbers and they are surprising but if you plug them in, they make sense. JPP and J Allen had great seasons in 2011 and finished 26 & 24 overall in my scoring. Watt had an all time season and he was 8 overall. I think it's just as it should be. This scoring correctly rewards defensive players and not just 3-down LBs. A guy like Peanut Tillman can finish in the top 8 for all defenders and that sounds perfect. In my other IDP dynasty with "normal" IDP scoring, Watt finished #60 Overall and Tilllman #56. What? Try this. It works, correctly rewarding rush ends and backers, cover corners that make plays and the stud LBs.