8. Fyte On
12. Dr. Zoidberg
- The goal will be to pick a team of 24 guys, 11 offense, 11 defense, 1 kicker, and 1 return man. If you select a wr/rb/db/ etc who already returns, just select another X player of your choice. Thought this would be a cool wrinkle because special teams is such a game changer in college.
- BCS Era starts in the 1998 season.
- NFL success (or lack thereof), and draft status is irrelevant, EXCEPT for big men. I think its fair to look at where o-line and d-lineman were drafted, bc it's just so hard to compare them without just looking at sacks, outland trophy, etc.
- Draft an entire o-line from a specific year. Overlap is ok (some players might potentially be on multiple o-lines.
- You have to, at some point, declare the type of offense and defense you are using (ex spread, spread option, west coast; 3-4, 4-3, 3-3-5, etc). This won't be hard but is a fun wrinkle for judging a team.
- If a player entered the 1999 draft, look at his entire career, including pre-BCS. All that matters is he played in the 1998 regular season
3 hours per pick, dead time is 10PM Pacific to 9AM Pacific. Weekend dead time is 6PM to 11AM Pacific. We should probably start double picking around Round 12 unless this is really moving and theres a lot of participation.