EST. 2010

The World's Largest and Toughest Fantasy Football League
A 240 team Pro-Am that includes over 170 experts from various fantasy football sites





Tentative 2014 Rules

  • For Experts and Fans.
  • I made it as easy as possible and it should take very little effort in season.
  • The drafts start July 7th, 2014 and will hopefully be done before August so that everyone can focus on their other leagues and August website content.
  • It will be a slow draft style played on

Basic Rules

  • 240 Teams (180 Analysts and 60 Fans)
  • 20 leagues (divisions) of 12 teams (Likely 8 analysts and 4 fans per division)
  • 4 conferences

  • 22 round slow draft.
  • Start: 1 QB, 2 RB, 3 WR, 1 TE, 4 Flex (can flex 1 QB) - (11 Total)
  • Bench: 11 players
  • No Kickers or Defenses
  • No Trading Allowed
  • Waivers: $100 Blind Bidding
  • New for 2014: Race to 7... a 7-5 or better record guarantees a playoff spot.


  • Scoring is fractional (meaning 4 yards rushing = .4 points, 1 yard passing = .04 points, etc)


    • 4 point passing TD,
    • 1 point for 25 yards passing,
    • 2 points for 2 point conversions


    • 6 point rushing TD,
    • 1 point for 10 yards rushing,
    • 2 points for 2 point conversions
    • .2 points per attempt


    • 6 point receiving TD,
    • 1 point for 10 yards receiving,
    • 2 points for 2 point conversions,
    • 1 point per reception.


    • 6 point for any return TD
    • 6 points if your player recovers a ball in the endzone for a TD

Playoff Rules

Race to 7: A 7-5 record guarantees a wild card playoff spot!

The Playoff Tournament!!!

If you haven't played before, you are probably confused on how this 240 team thing works!!!

Each Conference has 60 teams. 30 will make the playoffs. All teams with 7 wins will make it. The remainder of the 30 teams will be based on total points (ex After the 10 teams that earn byes, . if 9 teams have 7 wins, the remaining 11 playoff teams will be given to the highest total point scoring teams of the remaining 41 teams in a conference, regardless of record). You can be 2-10 and make the playoffs if your team scores a lot.

Addendum: On the incredibly rare scenario in which (after the 10 teams that earn byes) there are more than 20 teams to reach 7 wins... all will make the playoffs. It is possible for 32 teams to either have earned a bye or 7 wins. In which case there will be no points based wildcard spots and all 32 teams will enter the playoffs.

Playoffs will run during NFL weeks 13-16. Week 13,14, and 15 are conference play. Week 16 is the final between teams from all 4 conferences.

Conference example:

Week 13: The 20 wildcard teams in a conference will play. The top 10 point scoring teams advance. It is not head to head. The 10 highest scores advance.

10 teams will have a bye in in week 13. These are given to the team with the best record in each division and the team with the top points in each division. Should this be the same team, the team with the 2nd most points in that division will receive the bye.

Week 14: The 10 teams that advanced from week 13 will square off against the 10 teams that received a bye. The 10 highest scores will advance.

Week 15: The 10 teams that advanced from week 14 will square off and the top point scorer will be crowned the conference winner.

Week 16: The top 10 scoring teams from week 15 (2 per conference and 2 regardless of conference) will advance to the 10 team final. The top score wins the tournament!!!


Divisional Playoffs!

Each 12 team division is really a league. A league with some of the industries finest. It would be just wrong not to crown a winner of each of these "leagues." Divisional playoffs will run concurrent with the main tournament (NFL weeks 13-15).

The team with the top record and the team with the most points will receive byes (once again, if the top record is the team with the top points, the team with the 2nd most points will receive a bye). The four wildcard teams in each division will be decided by record (2 teams), then total points (2 teams).

Week 13: The four wildcard teams will play, the top two scores will advance. It is not head to head.
Week 14: The 2 teams with byes and the two teams that advanced from Week 13 will play. The top two scores will advance to the final.
Week 15: The remaining two teams will play for the crown!

Why such a big bench, no kickers, no defenses, and no trading, etc?

Many of us have a lot of leagues. This one is designed so that it takes less effort each week than your other leagues. With deep benches, the waiver wire will be less intensive. Without K or D, you won't have to worry about getting them for your bye weeks. Also, they are a little annoying to me. Without trading, all that energy can be spent on your other leagues and there will be no chance of collusion.