Scoring Settings (NFL-Managed)

The following are the default NFL-Managed League Scoring Settings. These default scoring settings are used in all NFL-Managed Leagues.

Default NFL-Managed Scoring Settings

OFFENSE

  • Passing Yards: 1 point per 25 yards passing
  • Passing Touchdowns: 4 points
  • Interceptions: -2 points
  • Rushing Yards: 1 point per 10 yards
  • Rushing Touchdowns: 6 points
  • Receiving Yards: 1 point per 10 yards
  • Receiving Touchdowns: 6 points
  • Fumble Recovered for a Touchdown: 6 points
  • 2-Point Conversions: 2 points
  • Fumbles Lost: -2 points

KICKING

  • PAT Made: 1 point
  • FG Made (0-49 yards): 3 points
  • FG Made (50+ yards): 5 points

DEFENSE TEAM

  • Sacks: 1 point
  • Interceptions: 2 points
  • Fumbles Recovered: 2 points
  • Safeties: 2 points
  • Defensive Touchdowns: 6 points
  • Kick and Punt Return Touchdowns: 6 points
  • Points Allowed (0): 10 points
  • Points Allowed (1-6): 7 points
  • Points Allowed (7-13): 4 points
  • Points Allowed (14-20): 1 points
  • Points Allowed (21-27): 0 points
  • Points Allowed (28-34): -1 points
  • Points Allowed (35+): -4 points

GENERAL SCORING SETTINGS

  • Use Fractional Points: Yes
  • Use Negative Points: Yes

Head-to-Head Scoring Format

All NFL.com Fantasy Football leagues feature head-to-head scoring. Much like the games that take place across the NFL each Sunday, your team will be matched up against another team within your league. Similar to an NFL game being decided on the field with the team scoring the most points earning a win, your fantasy matchup behaves accordingly.

Based on your NFL-Managed league scoring settings, your team will earn points based on the actual statistics and results played out in the NFL that week. If your team earns more points than your opponent, you earn a win in the league standings. Less points? Take a loss. And if your game ends in a tie, you guessed it - a tie in the overall standings.

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