#1 By: Progression From the Mean, October 10th, 2018 21:47
I notice the Defenses portion of the Streaming app assumes a specific scoring system, but not sure which one... Example: NE is the #7 offense to face according to the app, but per at least one of my league's scoring rules, they're #22 in points allowed to defenses. I suspect the differences are in points given to the DST on the points allowed scale.
Enhancement request: either 1) incorporate a couple of different scoring systems, or 2) enable some inputs on scoring rules to customize.
In the short term it would be really helpful to disclose the scoring parameters used. Thanks!!
#2 By: buckyfootball, October 12th, 2018 20:56
Scoring systems would be relative in regard to the offensive unit they're facing. It's a guide to show which defenses are more likely to be in favorable matchups. I've utilized it for years and it's great.
#3 By: Mychal, October 13th, 2018 01:29
Didn’t want to create a separate thread but I wanted to get some opinions for a streaming defense for this week (6).
I currently have Seattle, but I’m having second thoughts. They’re far from the dominant D they once were, and their opponents, Oakland, have been turnover-prone so far, but can put together a good outing. Carr has beeN a bit unlucky and Beast Mode will be motivated against his former team, for sure.
2 alternatives I’m considering are Dallas (v Jax) and Cincinnati (v Pit). I know Pittsburgh are a bad matchup for DSTs, but they will be on the road where they’re not as good. I have a hunch Cincy is gonna roll over them in this division matchup.
Talk me out of it?