Fantasy Index Mock Auction
Playing a fine Martin
Posted Nov. 08 at 11:00 AM
Michael Bronte of FFPC (Fantasy Football Players Championship), like most other exceedingly happy fantasy owners this week, followed the 51 points of Doug Martin to the high score in Week 9 of the Fantasy Football Index Mock Draft. Michael's total score -- 127 -- marked the third week in a row he bested the rest of the field. Coming in second was Sam Hendricks of Extra Point Press with 118 points. Fantasy Football Index senior writer Ian Allan leads the overall standings with a record of 67-28-4, with Scott Pianowski of Yahoo! Sports second at 58-41.
The field for the Fantasy Football Index Mock Auction consists of 12 teams -- 10 compiled by experts from our Experts Poll, plus two readers. Each competitor purchases a team of 22 players, operating with a $200 salary cap. The auction was held on May, and the results were published in the 2012 edition of the magazine.
Teams participate in a "best-ball" league, getting their best lineup of 1 QB, 2 RBs, 3 WRs, 1 TE, 1 PK and 1 Team D/ST from their roster.
The scoring system includes 1 point for every 20 pass-ing yards and every 10 rushing/receiving yards. No points for receptions, 4 points for TD passes, and 6 points for all other touchdowns (rushing/receiving/returns). Defenses get 1 point for sacks and 2 points for takeaways.
To minimize luck, each team plays every other team every week. If you've got the highest score, you get 11 wins and no losses for that week. If three teams outscore you, you go 8-3. At the end of Week 16, whichever team has the best overall win-loss record is the champion.
To take a look at all the scoring and standings, go to http://goalline.rtsports.com/fantasy-football-league/100828
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