Nerfherders wrote: The Artful Dodger wrote:
This is exactly why I love fantasy baseball over all other fantasy sports (except probably fantasy soccer). I'm cruising in a good chunk of my leagues, but I'm in some dogfights in my most competitive leagues. Plus, I'm sure that most of us are prepping for the upcoming fantasy football year too, and so you've got some multitasking to do, with work being a backdrop to it all.
Fantasy Soccer? How does one possibly score that when the teams barely score as many goals as games played?
Things like clean sheets, tackles, yellow cards, red cards, assists, extra points for game winning goals, saves, penalty kick saves, points per certain # of saves, et cetera are taken into account. If say, a defender or a midfielder scores a goal, they're awarded a few more points as well, whereas a forward is just given the standard points allotted for a goal scored.
Yahoo! has a Fantasy Premiership game for the English Premier League and you can sign up on http://fantasy.premierleague.com
to play on the official Premiership site. There's also one on ESPN Soccernet. They're all salary cap games. I'm waiting for the Spanish La Liga game too.