This is the big fantasy football e-mail I received today.
The scoring has been revised this year in a way that is closer to standard fantasy scoring yet still rewards the extraordinary touchdowns by different positions (i.e. a tight end running one in). The alterations were made in effort to legitimize the league without sacrificing any of the excitement it is known for.
The premise behind the system is that when a player scores in a way atypical of his position (i. e. a quarterback who runs one in) he receives time and a half. That means he will receive exactly 50% more points than normal (i.e. a running back running one in). Some additional bonuses were include this year to make receivers and running backs a bit more prominent than in the past.
Basically the same players that were good last year will be good again, but some of the old-school workhorse players who don't do anything exotic on the field will be more competitive.
For a complete breakdown of the new system drag the "Help" toolbar and click on "League Rules". The default scoring is set up as time and a half and the specific positional scoring fields represent the base scoring system... I know it's confusing but check it out and
call me with any questions.