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LAG - WCOFF Scoring
David Dorey
August 13, 2007

(Using the scoring system found at the World Championship of Fantasy Football (WCOFF) for the highest scoring 20 players in each position)

Scoring Rules


1 Pt for 20 yards
4 Pt touchdown
-1 Pt Interception


1 for 10 yards
6 Pt Touchdown
1 Pt Catch


6 Pt Touchdown
1 Pt Sack
2 Pt Turnover
2 Pt Safety

  Top 3 Scorers 4th - 10th Top 3 vs 4-10 11-20th 4-10 vs 11-20
Average Scoring Average Points Lost Scoring Average Points Lost
QB 333 279 54 229 50
RB 426 293 133 220 74
TE 202 163 39 100 63
WR 287 263 24 230 33
DEF 179 133 45 114 19

LAG Synopsis (Other than the HuddlePerfect, this is one of the scoring systems that works out to nicely mix up value in QB, RB and WR. DEF and TE will fall behind here but the big three positions mix up very well.)

Quarterbacks - The scoring in this position showed that getting a top 5 player should be a decent advantage as long as it doesn't costs too much to acquire. Once that level is reached, the decline in value is far less stringent and waiting another round likely doesn't hurt too much. Top three quarterbacks are a pretty big advantage over all but the top running backs.

Running Backs - The interesting aspect to this scoring - used in other places as well - is that the top ten running backs score very well and the decline in value is pronounced but once that is cleared they tend to decline more slowly and it synch with what happens with wideout and quarterback (though they will not be drained as quickly). In this sort of scoring, best bet is to gather the backs strategically while mixing in WR and QB so that the optimal mix can be reached. It would be possible to win this league with a couple of RBs from 10+ ranks but of course it would still be a challenge because in this scoring there is a flex and RBs are always the most consistent from week to week.

Tight Ends - The Gates advantage probably is not as big as it may seem, even with the reception points used. Definitely want to reach a top ten tight end here and a top six is an advantage of some minor note, but the position compared to RB and WR suffers in points. The reality here is that you need to get a monster year from Gates to warrant taking any tight end early.

Wide Receivers - The good and bad news here is that after the top ten players for RB and WR are excluded, the positions not only track similar but after about 30 RBs are gone, WRs remain higher scoring than RBs. The bad news is that the difference between wideout "A" and wideout "B" cannot be relied on to be that much. So a strategic decision needs to be made when to take one here. One caveat about minimal decline in value - wideouts are hard to get right so the less-risk WRs kind of have more value than their numbers since they can be relied on more to be high scorers.

Defenses - Grab a top two defense or just wait. It won't hurt - honest.


Top 20 Scorers
483 RB Tomlinson,Ladainian
419 RB Jackson,Steven
375 RB Johnson,Larry
365 QB Manning,Peyton
335 RB Westbrook,Brian
333 RB Gore,Frank
323 QB Brees,Drew
311 QB Bulger,Marc
308 QB Vick,Michael
305 QB Palmer,Carson
304 WR Harrison,Marvin
301 RB Barber,Tiki
300 QB Kitna,Jon
300 RB Parker,Willie
283 WR Owens,Terrell
275 QB Brady,Tom
274 RB Jones-Drew,Maurice
273 WR Wayne,Reggie
272 WR Holt,Torry
271 WR Driver,Donald

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