Wright2Reyes wrote:I finish first in my league and out 22 weeks, I only lost 3 times, but if I make it to the finals, the tiebreakers will be my enemy.
Against team A the first match ended in a tie 5-5-2, the 2nd match he won, 6-5-1.
Against team B, we only had one match and he won 6-5-1.
So even though I had the better overall record, I might get the short end of the stick. I wish there was a better way to determine the winner, just got to hope for the best I guess.
That seems fair to me. I don't want someone winning the tiebreaker with overall record because they had an easy schedule and played the worst teams in the league more often.
But that's when you have divisions, that's not the case in my league. But even if that were the case, sports its full of divisions with weak teams and weak schedules, that's just how it is.
if I play against team A, is cool we played twice and he squeaked out a W, but against team B we only played once and he barely beat me, so how is that fair? who is to say I don't beat him 12-0 the 2nd time we play?
Aside from seeding, why should the regular season have any say on what happens in the playoffs? They're 2 different animals. H2H tie breakers should only be applied to determine seeding, not to determine who wins a match in the playoffs.