It depends on the league that you're in. Some give bonus points for catches, tackles or long field goals.
The best online fantasy football league manager software allows you to tailor your league's scoring. Most leagues has the following scoring as a basic guidline:
Basic Method The first, and easiest method, is the Basic Method. The Basic Method scores points for each player in direct correlation with the number of points the player actually scored during a given game (i.e. - a player who rushes for a 17-yard touchdown scores six points, the point value given by the NFL for a touchdown). The default scoring for the Basic Scoring Methodology is as follows: * 6 pts per Rushing TD * 6 pts per Receiving TD * 3 pts per Passing TD * 6 pts for a ST and Def TD * 3 pts per Field Goal * 1 pt per Extra Point Performance Method The second method is the Performance Method. The Performance Method not only rewards points to a player who is involved on scoring plays, as in the Basic Method, but also rewards a player for yards achieved through-out the game. * 6 pts per Rushing TD * 6 pts per Receiving TD * 3 pts per Passing TD * 6 pts for a ST and Def TD * 3 pts per Field Goal * 1 pt per Extra Point * -1 pt for Interceptions thrown * 2 pts for a rushing conversion * 2 pts for a receiving conversion * 1 pt per passing conversion * 1 pt per 10 yds rushing * 1 pt per 10 yds receiving * 1 pt per 20 yds passing You can also add any of the following categories to you scoring method to make things more interesting. All-purpose Yards Per Rush Avg. Yards Per Completion Points Allowed by Defense Avg. Yards Per Reception Points Per Game Avg. Yards Per Rush Receiving Touchdowns Catch for Touchdown Receiving Yards Completion Percentage Receptions Defensive Loss Run for Touchdown Defensive TD Rush Yards Allowed Defensive Win Rushing Attempts Extra Points Rushing Touchdowns Field Goal Attempts Rushing Yards Field Goal Percentage Sacks Field Goals Safeties Field Goals Missed Special Team TD Fumble Recovery Total Game Score Interceptions Total Handles Kicking Yards Total Player Score Number of Receptions Total Points Number of Rushing Attempts Total Sack Yards Other Touchdowns Total Yards Pass for Touchdown Total Yards Allowed Pass Yards Allowed Touchdowns Per Carry Passing Attempts Touchdowns Per Pass Passing Completion's Touchdowns Per Reception Passing Touchdowns Yards Per Carry Passing Yards Yards Per Game Per Completion Yards Per Pass Attempt Per Reception Yards Per Reception
Fantasy football is generally a season-long competition played by football fans in which participants draft their own team and compete with teams built by others. Individual game winners are determined by points accumulated by players based on their real-life performance in a game on the same day.
A fantasy league is usually comprised of 8, 10, 12, 14 or 16 fantasy teams, each drafted and operated by a different contestant. Each contestant (owner) takes turns selecting players until all predetermined roster slots are filled. Team owners are responsible for choosing a starting lineup for each game, signing replacement players, and making trades if they choose to do so. At the end of the fantasy season, generally the final weeks of the NFL's regular season, a playoff tournament will determine the league champion. The number of teams qualifying for the playoffs is determined before the season begins.
The number of players on a fantasy football team varies from league to league, but generally includes at least two quarterbacks, three running backs, three wide receivers, two tight ends, one kicker and two defensive units.
You could get an extra point, 1, after a touchdown, you could get a safety, 2, you tackle someone in the end zone, you could get a field goal, 3, you could also get a touchdown, 6, that's all the points you can get.
when u get a tochdown its the same thing as normal football
Touchdown = 6 points Point after touchdown (PAT) kick = 1 point Point after touchdown (PAT) run = 2 point Fieldgoal = 3 points Safety = 2 points (though this is rare occurence)
Touchdown = 6 points
Conversion or "try" = 1 point if kicked, 2 points if pass/run
Field goal = 3 points
Safety = 2 points
Most likely, this question is referring to the D/ST that's often seen in fantasy football. The D/ST refers to the Defense / Special Teams which can be combined into one unit for fantasy football scoring purposes.
Need to work out what the question means first!
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