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Topic: Field goal ranges won't save in scoring edit.
 Pbgkid12_149459
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Post Date: 07/22/12 06:49
I went into the enhanced scoring to change the field goal points for specific ranges and when I go to save it does not change they stay at 0. Please help. thanks and have a great day!
 Russ Bliss_108
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Post Date: 07/23/12 14:33
I just tested it in my account and had no problem with it. Let me dig a little deeper and I'll get back to you here.
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 Russ Bliss_108
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Post Date: 07/23/12 15:04
I was able to go into your account and save a couple of FG ranges. If you look at it in the enhanced scoring you should see what I added there.

Let's see if I can walk you thru what to do to get this set the way you want it.

First, on the general scoring tab, click on the footballs with the "x" in them to the far right of each of your FG range categories that have zeroes across the board. This deletes that line. When done with each of them, click the Save button at the bottom.

Then go to the Enhanced scoring system for Kickers. In there you'll see that I added 2 lines. The first where it's set for giving 3 points for FG's with a yardage range min of 30 and a max of 39. The other one is set for 2 points for a yardage range min of 20 and a max of 29.

To delete those (and the other lines that have zeroes), again click on the footballs with the "x" in them to the far right.

Click save at the bottom.

Now you should be able to add each range again.

Using the drop down bar, select Field Goal Yards. In the points column enter the amount of points you get for each range.

For example, if you get only 2 points for any FG under 30 yards, you would enter "2" in the points column with a range min of "1" and a range max of "29" (you could set a range min of 18 since that is the shortest possible FG in the NFL and the system will never predict a FG as having a chance to be for less than that). You then have to click "Save and Add New range" before moving on.

After it accepts that, you can add the next points and ranges. If you receive 3 points for FG's of 30-39 yards in length you would enter "3" in the points column and 30 in range min and 39 in range max. Again you have to click Save and Add new range before moving onto the next range.

When you're finished entering all the points and ranges, you then click "Save" at the bottom. That should set you up with the position specific scoring.

Let me know if this doesn't work, or if you have any other questions and I'll do my best to get you set up.
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Post Date: 07/23/12 17:40
auction draft what stategy do you suggest what values on players do you have this thank you rick
 Russ Bliss_108
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Post Date: 07/24/12 10:27
Welcome back Rick! Wrong forum for such a question though. Better to start a new post in the Draft forum. But I'll tackle here.

In the E-Book (which has a downloadable button in the Tools tab) I address how to use the Draft Analyzer to create approximate values for Auction style leagues. Auctions are actually easier to get value from the Tier Rakings as you can see the dropoff points between each Tier group within a position and can make an eductaed guess on who is going to cost you the lest in each tier. I also talk about the percentages of the amount of money you should expect to spend from your allotment. Since auction league dollar amounts can vary from a fictional $100 to a fictional $100 million (and all amounts in bteween), the system doesn't assign specific dollar values to each player.

Hope that helps.
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