An appeals court next month will hear arguments on a stay that has kept Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott on the field while his suspension makes its way through the court system.
The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals agreed Friday to hold oral arguments between the NFL and NFL Players Association. The session is scheduled for 2 p.m. ET on Oct. 2 in New Orleans.
Now the question is this: Who else is primed for a huge game this week?
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If you’re new to fantasy football, we recommend just sticking with the default PPR fractional scoring setup. You’ll see big scores and have lots of ways to field competitive players.
If you want to get more adventurous with your scoring settings, you can tighten them up by making higher yardage thresholds (say, one point per 15 rushing yards, instead of 10) or giving 0.5 points per reception (instead of 1.0). Or you can go the other direction, and look to boost your scoring ability even more by granting bonuses for 100-yard rushing/receiving performances or 300-yard passing games.
You can also include quarterback sacks as a negative, increase or decrease the impact of turnovers, safeties and kickoff and punt return yardage and scores.
If you choose individual defensive players, you can choose how much you want to weigh each interception, sack, stuff, tackle, etc.
The same goes for head coach positions, choosing the weight of team scoring, win, loss and margin of win/loss.