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How does scoring work in fantasy football?
As mentioned, scoring in your fantasy leagues can vary, but at the end of the day, the fantasy points usually match what we see on the real field. That means you can get points from a rush, a caught pass and a touchdown. You can also get defensive points off turnovers, sacks and even special teams scores.
How many times can you activate a player from IR?
Uses the IR roster position. Real-life NFL teams can only activate 2 players per season from their IR (this doesn’t apply to your Fantasy Football roster). Eligible designations – IR (Injured Reserve), Out (O) and Physically Unable to Perform (PUP).
How do I activate a player from the IL+ or IR+ position?
– The IL, IL+, IR, IR+, or NA roster position displays if the player is eligible for it. Click IL, IL+, IR, IR+, or NA. The player will be moved to that position. In order to activate a player from the IL, IL+, IR, IR+, or NA position, your roster must have an opening for an active player.
What is fantasy football and how does it work?
At its most basic, fantasy football is the accumulation of points for players on a given fantasy team based on the real-life statistics those players obtain on the NFL field. If you鈥檙e able to score more fantasy points than your opponent then you win that week鈥檚 matchup. Win enough weekly matchups and you secure a spot in the fantasy playoffs.