I was informed Willy left the site completely. I'm giving his partner another day or so to find a replacement, or Ill find one for him I don't particularly like needing to call a game as a forfeit, because it only gives 7 points to and away from the teams, when it could be much more. Plus, we have many more weeks ahead, and the game can get caught up soon enough
davedbates wrote:UPDATE: 9/8/11 - I am filling in for an empty spot on my hometown Chicago Bears. Maps and settings are now final, and may not be changed except per the replacement rule.
The tournament will follow the 2011 NFL Schedule, byes and all. 4 Weeks of Preseason Included. Preseason Schedule HERE Regular Season Schedule HERE Wildcard Round TBD Playoffs TBD Superbowl (4 games/quarters, Alternating home map per quarter. Points For system will be used on all 4 games *See below) *(NOTE: Around the Christmas holidays, some weeks may be sent out early, some may be sent late to give us all a break!)
EDIT 8/29/11: RULES CHANGE: Preseason Wins/Losses/PFs/PAs will be kept as a tiebreaker at the end of Week 17. If there is a divisional tie after the regular season and PF/PA from regular season do not break the tie, we will go to preseason wins/losses, and then preseason PF/PAs.
RULES: One game will be assigned per NFL week. Free accounts welcome, be sure to keep at least 1 spot open. Keep in mind, games could last longer than a week, so you may need more spots.
Game Invites MUST be accepted within 48 hours. Failure to join game in that time will count as a forfeit for that match. A 2nd missed invite will drop that team and a reserve team will step in. (They will get to re-choose a map and options) Forfeit PF/PA will count as 8 points.
SET GAME CHOICE RULES: Matches will be Doubles 2v2. Each team must have a diff. map. NO speed games OR freestyling. UPDATE: 8/12/11 - Just now noticed that I missed two teams having the same map. Since this was my mistake, and they have different settings, I will allow both teams to keep what they chose.
- Ties in Divisions will be broken by the Points For/Points Against system. Points For are earned by how many rounds it takes your team to beat the other in a game, Points Against are points scored by other teams against you.