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How do the playoffs work I know 6 teams get in are the division winners seeded 1-2 and then the next best 4 records regardless of division seeded 3-6 ? and then 1 and 2 get byes and 3 plays 6 and 4 plays 5?

Or do the top 3 teams in each division get in with first place teams getting byes and the 2nd and 3rd place teams playing each other in the first round?

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2 Wild Cards from each division Wrigs

We could have done it either way, with top records regardless of division, but since this was how the rules were originally written, we have to stick with it now....


Playoffs & Prizes
Each Of The 5 Leagues Will Have:

2 Division Winners
2 Wild Cards From Each Divison
(6 Total playoff teams from each League)

Playoffs begin Week 14
2 Division Winners Get Byes - 4 Wild Cards Play Each Other
Week 15 - Final 4 Teams Play
Week 16 - League Championship

2 Divison Winners - Automatic $250 Each
League Winner - $500
2nd Place In Each League - $250
3rd Place In Each League - $150
4th Place In Each Leage - $100
The League winner from all 5 leagues who scored the most points from all of their playoff games combined wins and extra $100!
(These payouts may be adjusted slightly
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Are there tiebreakers in the event that there's a tie atop the division?

I see that there's a column for divisional record. I would guess that head to head and divisional record factor.
 

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Any tiebreaker will first go to division record.

After that, it will be head to head record.

If a third tb is needed, we will go points scored.

Conference record would usually come into play as the 2nd tiebreaker, but not this time because we had some problems with teams being swapped, etc., before the season began....
 

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Thanks Hache !!!:toast:

Also the $100 bonus prize rule stats
The League winner from all 5 leagues who scored the most points from all of their playoff games combined wins and extra $100!
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The only problem with that is a wildcard team gets a extra game since the 2 division winners get byes in the first round.

Maybe the wildcard round games should not count for the $100 bonus just the conference and superbowl games then that way everyone will have played 2 games just a thought.
 

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good point wrigs.....not sure how that works
 

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good point wrigs.....not sure how that works

Thanks for taking down Bennyshoe this week and giving me a chance to win the division. I play him next week and I believe whoever wins that matchup will win the division. He's a game up, but I own the tiebreaker. I'll have to rack up points to beat him. If that happens, I expect to win the other matchup.
 

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Thanks Hache !!!:toast:

Also the $100 bonus prize rule stats
The League winner from all 5 leagues who scored the most points from all of their playoff games combined wins and extra $100!
--------------------------------------------

The only problem with that is a wildcard team gets a extra game since the 2 division winners get byes in the first round.

Maybe the wildcard round games should not count for the $100 bonus just the conference and superbowl games then that way everyone will have played 2 games just a thought.





You're right Wrigs

We'll go with highest scoring team out of all 5 Championship games.....
 

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