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#1 tbanks

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Posted 31 July 2018 - 03:12 PM

Draft Buddy Custom Scoring?

 

Is Custom Scoring a effective tool?  I'm trying to deduct points for incomplete Passing.  And also add points for Rush, Rec and Passing 1st downs? Any Ideals how to achieve this?



#2 Frozenbeernuts

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Posted 31 July 2018 - 04:12 PM

Draft Buddy Custom Scoring?
 
Is Custom Scoring a effective tool?  I'm trying to deduct points for incomplete Passing.  And also add points for Rush, Rec and Passing 1st downs? Any Ideals how to achieve this?


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#3 Mike FF Today

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Posted 31 July 2018 - 07:51 PM

Hey tbanks - I don't do specific projections for first downs (rush, rec) so we don't have a specific field in the "scoring" tab for those values. No guarantees, but Mike Mac may have some ideas on how to account for those data points. I'll make sure he see's this thread...


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#4 Mike MacGregor

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Posted 02 August 2018 - 08:50 AM

What the? I'm sure I responded to this already. Did I mistakenly email the response? Back in a few minutes...



#5 Mike MacGregor

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Posted 02 August 2018 - 08:53 AM

Ah, double post...

 

 

Hi tbanks. I have some ideas. Do you have projections for 1st downs? We would need to get those into the custom fields on each of the position tabs using Projection Pal, and then apply the custom scoring to those columns. Should work quite well.

 

Incomplete passes you shouldn't need the custom scoring. We can use the regular scoring for that. Say it is -1 for an incomplete pass. To score that then use:

 

-1 per pass attempt

 

+1 per pass completion

 

net would be -1 per incompletion