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FANTASY SPORTS “FOOTBALL”. Learning Target: I can define “Fantasy Sports” I can apply the rules of the FFFL by competing in the FFFL competition without being penalized. What is “FANTASY SPORTS”?. Allows fans to enjoy sports on an interactive level. Who is in charge in fantasy sports?. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • FANTASY SPORTS FOOTBALL Learning Target:I can define Fantasy SportsI can apply the rules of the FFFL by competing in the FFFL competition without being penalized.

  • What is FANTASY SPORTS?

    Allows fans to enjoy sports on an interactive level.

  • Who is in charge in fantasy sports?You are in control.

    You, as a team owner, become the teams General Manager and assume all the decision making roles.

  • F.F.B.L 2014 FANTASY FOOTBALLStep 1 Form a partnership

    Step 2 Name your teamLogo and Mascot

    Step 3 Create your teams database Excel Spreadsheet

    Step 4 Conduct Research

    Step 5 F.F.B.L. 2014 Draft

    Player Research and Daily Operations (on going)

  • Form a partnershipSelect a classmate to team-up with

    1 or 2 people per team

    Each team member will assume the role of co-G.M.

    Current Roster, Drop/Add or Trade Players, Database and Weekly Stats Updates,

  • How do I keep track of everything?Utilizing the tools within Microsoft Excel each team will create a Team Database

    Team Roster

    Calculate Team/Player Statistics

    Salary Cap Budgeting

    Daily operations (research and staying current)Yahoo SportsESPN (watch or online)CBSSports.com

  • DRAFT DAYThursday, August 21st

    We will have 11 Rounds

    Each team will have 4-minutes to select their player

    Failure to select a player within the allotted time will result in skipping to the next team in the draft

    If your team is not present on Draft Day they will pick players from the Free Agent Pool.

  • TEAM ROSTEREach team must have a roster consisting of the following position player the entire season:2 QB2 RB2 WR2 TE2 K1 OPENFailure to keep the roster at 11 players at anytime during the season will result in the lowering of team points.

  • SALARY CAPEach team is allotted a salary cap in the amount of (To Be Determined) to be used on their roster.

    Teams maybe under the salary cap but at no time during the season should a team be over the salary cap.

    Failure to stay within the set salary cap will results in reduction of your teams points.

  • WEEKLY STARTERSPrior to the start of each new NFL week every FFFL team must submit a Weekly Starter Sheet.

    Each week the owners must start the following position players;1 QB1 RB1 WR1 TE1 K

  • OFFENSE SCORINGPts Value Passing 1ptevery 1yd gained1ptevery completion-5ptsevery Ints thrown10ptsevery passing TD2ptsevery passing XPPts Value Rushing 2ptevery 1yd gained10ptsevery rushing TD2ptsevery rushing XPPts Value Receiving 2ptevery 1yd gained1ptevery completion10ptsevery receiving TD2ptsevery receiving XP

  • KICKING SCORINGKicking every PAT kick made 1pt every PAT kick missed -10pts every FG 1-19 yds made 3pts every FG 20 - 29 yds made 5pts every FG 30 - 39 yds made 10pts every FG 40 - 49 yds made 15pts every FG 50 - 59 yds made 25pts every FG 60+ made 50pts every FG missed -3pts

  • FFFL WEEKLY RANKINGWeekly Team RankFFFL Points1st11pts2nd10pts3rd9pts4th8pts5th7pts6th6pts7th5pts8th4pts9th3pts10th2pts11th1pts

  • FFFL PROJECT GRADEClass Participation

    Group Involvement

    Week-To-Week Improvements

    Staying Current

    Abiding by the FFFL Rules

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