--Team #1: Team with the best head-to-head record (tie breaker is total points). --Team #2: Team with most total points other than Team #1. --Team #3: Team with best head-to-head record (tie breaker is total points) other than Teams 1 & 2. --Team #4: Team with the most total points other than Teams 1, 2 and 3.
Date of Draft
Thursday, September 5, 2013 1:00 p.m.
1st Place: $5,000
2nd Place: $2,000
3rd Place: $850
4th Place: $500
Starting Lineup Positions
1 QB, 2 RB, 3 WR, 1 TE, 2 Flex player (RB, WR, or TE), 1 PK, 1 Team Defense/Special Team
See scoring system
No Trading is Allowed
13 weeks long with 12 team leagues
Total points from week 14 through week 16 of teams that make the playoffs (plus average team score from regular season).
After week 13, the top 4 teams qualify for the FFWC postseason in this order:
--Team #1: Team with the best head-to-head record (tie breaker is total points).
--Team #2: Team with most total points other than Team #1.
--Team #3: Team with best head-to-head record (tie breaker is total points) other than Teams 1 & 2.
--Team #4: Team with the most total points other than Teams 1, 2 and 3.
Blind Bid Free Agency:
Bidding starts after week 1 of the NFL season and the last bidding is between NFL week 12 and week 13. Players cut after NFL week 10 can not be re-acquired by any team in that league.
Each team will nominate a player in each round in a sequential order (team 1 through team 12 in each round). There are no rules governing the number of players to be selected at each position. It is up to the skill and bidding strategy of each team owner to decide.
Time Limit to Nominate:
Each team will have 20 seconds to nominate a player. Each nominating team must put a bid with their nomination. Otherwise, the nominating team will automatically be credited with a $1 opening bid on the player whom they nominated. If a team does not nominate a player in the allotted time, that teams is penalized $1 from their team salary. Additionally, the team is passed over until the next round.
The minimum and maximum roster size for each team is 20 players. Once a team has reached a roster of 20 players, that team can no longer nominate players. Once a team has run out of money, that team can no longer nominate players.
After a player is nominated the verbal bidding process starts. The bidding process is an open process and there is no sequence for the bids. Team owners may bid at any time. In the event of simultaneous bids, the auction draft facilitator will determine who was first. Bids are made in $1 increments (no cents). To end the bidding, a facilitator will say: "Going once…. going twice… Sold to team x for y auction dollars." Team owners can still declare a bid before the facilitator reaches "sold." Once the facilitator says "sold," the bidding is completed for that player.
During the draft, team owners are required to keep enough auction draft dollars available in their team salary to be able to bid at least $1 per remaining roster spot. If a team drops below the minimum of $1 per remaining roster spot, and the auction draft facilitators do not notice the violation, then there will be no reversal of the player awarded, and no punitive measure.
In the event of a tied bid, the team who bid first wins the player. As an example, 3 teams each with one dollar remaining bid on a player. The team who bid first (in this case the nominating team) will be awarded the player.