SHOCKandAWE wrote:LO: When i figure out the average am I dividing t by 20 or just the amount of people that actual put him on their list?
A good way to do it would be to divide by the number of people who had the certain player on their list, as long as the guy finished in the top 15 at his position. This way, if people forget Renteria or Reyes, or something like that, it doesn't get counted in the average. But players who deserved to be left off of lists (not in the top 15 at his position) are counted as a zero since you'd divide by 20 no matter what.
I realize it will be a good ranking no matter how you go about it, but it would be better if these anomalies were straightened out. Now that all the work (apparently 3+ hours per position) has gone into making them standardized it would be a shame to pass up on an opportunity to make them that much better, with a process that would probably take 5 minutes if somebody knew what they were doing. But if it's too much trouble, I see where you're coming form, and they'll be useful anyway. Just something to think about though.