Know the Fantasy Sports Betting Rules Guide for Fantasy Football

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  • Know the Fantasy Sports Betting Rules Guide for Fantasy Football

    There are times that a person would join a lot of fantasy sports betting leaguesbecause they enjoy the different fantasy football leagues offers. As we all know,each fantasy football league has its own set of rules and scoring system. A few typesof fantasy football leagues that have different sets of rules and scoring systems arethe Keeper League, Dynasty League, IDP and High Performance rules.

    For fantasy sports betting fans dealing with fantasy football league there areseveral rules that one should understand, let us discuss them further. The fantasyfootball league usually revolves around the leagues scoring process. Depending onyour fantasy football league, there are players and positions which have varyingvalues reliant on the player stat equivalent points in your league.

    If you have your own fantasy football league, there are rule options to which you canchoose to apply.

    Touchdown OnlyThis is perhaps the oldest in fantasy football in the history of fantasy sports betting.It is also the easiest way of scoring in a fantasy football game. In fantasy football, it isno longer used.When a NFL player gets a touchdown, you automatically get 6 points and it doesntreally matter if there is yardage gained. The quarterback gets 4 points when theyhave a touchdown, which is quite small, but these are the rules of this type of fantasyfootball league.

    High PerformanceThis is a very common type of fantasy football scoring out there. Each player gets 6points when a touchdown occurs and additional points for every yard covered.

  • Players find it common to be rewarded 1 point for each ten yards rushing orreceiving, then 1 point more for each twenty yard or twenty five yard pass. You alsoget bonuses for yardage plateaus.

    Points for ReceptionThis rule has a bit of similarities with the High Performance league. The rulesconcept here is that wide receivers and tight ends have more value compared to thevalue given by other fantasy football league rules. The value of the WRs and TEs arethe same as those for the QBs and RBs. Under the point for reception rules, the WRand TE get additional points for each reception they achieve.

    When it comes to your leagues, these rules may become handy and useful at times,it may even add a little bit of excitement and spice.