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I'm in two league on CBS where the higher seed is a 6.5 pt. favorite so there is no possibility of a tie. I don't see anything here on Yahoo. As of now, it seems regular-season tiebreakers prevail. Maybe a note will appear prior to Week 14 beginning. Does anyone who is not in their first season like me have an answer? Thanks!
Re: PLAYOFF(NOT STANDINGS)TIEBREAKERS
Search "help" for playoff tiebreaker. Tricky I know. Description This article explains h...
Search "help" for playoff tiebreaker. Tricky I know.
This article explains how playoff ties are broken in Yahoo! Fantasy Sports.
In the event that a Fantasy playoff game ends in a tie, the deadlock is broken using the following system:
#1 Winning percentage against this opponent during the regular season
#2 Playoff seed
How is winning percentage determined?
Head-to-Head Standard leagues
The winning percentage is based on individual stat category wins and losses, and not matchup wins and losses. (A tie is worth a half win or 0.5, and a half loss or 0.5)
Example: Team A and Team B played each other three times during the regular season.
- In Matchup 1, Team A won 9-3-1.
- In Matchup 2, Team B won 6-4-3.
- In Matchup 3, Team A won 7-5-1.
Team A had 20 stat category wins vs. Team #$%$ 14 stat category wins during the regular season, with 5 ties.
Team A's winning percentage would be .577 (20 wins + 2.5 for ties = 22.5 / 39 total).
Head-to-Head One-Win and Head-to-Head Points leagues
The tiebreaker is the matchup win percentage against this opponent during the regular season. (Not stat category wins)
All Head-to-Head Fantasy Football leagues are Head-to-Head Points leagues.
Example: Team C beat Team D, 3 out of 4 times during the regular season for a .750 win percentage.
It is not possible for a custom league commissioner to deviate from this tiebreaking system.
Not sure exactly what your question is. What does being a favorite have to do with anythin...
Not sure exactly what your question is. What does being a favorite have to do with anything?
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Re: Re: PLAYOFF(NOT STANDINGS)TIEBREAKERS
I don't quite follow that either. Are you saying the "favored" team wins in...
I don't quite follow that either. Are you saying the "favored" team wins in the event of a tie? Well thats pretty dumb.
When I was on CBS we used our bench points for tiebreakers