2007 CFL Start 'em Sit 'em Draft

Contest Details

Overtime Central 2007 Start 'em Sit 'em Draft

This contest is open to the public.

This contest ended on November 4, 2007.

Current Prize Breakdown

1st — 70.00% (56.00)
2nd — 20.00% (16.00)
3rd — 10.00% (8.00)

Rules

  1. Prior to the 2007 CFL season, select a team consisting of 2 Quarterbacks, 3 Runningbacks and 4 Receivers. Then for each week, select 1 QB, 1 RB and 2 Receivers from your team to "start" for that week. Accumulate fantasy points based on the yards accumulated by your starting players each week.
    Table A: Scoring Definition
    Group/Position Statistic Fantasy Points
    Quarterbacks Passing Yards 1 point per yard
    Runningbacks Rushing Yards 2 points per yard
    Receivers Receiving Yards 2 points per yard
  2. Entries will be ranked in descending order by the total number of points accumulated for the 2007 CFL season. The objective of the contest is to accumulate the most points.
  3. Predictions can be made by clicking the Manage Team link from your draft home page at overtimecentral.ca. Team selection and initial starter picks must be made manually. Starters will remain your starters until you change them. If there are difficulties accessing the website, please submit your starters via e-mail to admin@overtimecentral.ca.
  4. You require a Overtime Central account to play. An e-mail address is required to create an account. One account per email address.
  5. A team name must be submitted with the contest entry form. Your team name will be used for publishing purposes. Your e-mail address will not be published to other participants unless your privacy settings allow. Pool prize winners' names will be published to all participants of the pool.
  6. The entry fee for this contest is $10.00. All entry fees must be paid by August 2, 2007 to be eligible for prizes.
  7. Th deadline for entry is June 28, 2007 4:30 PM CST (MDT). The deadline to select your starters each week is the game time for the first game each week.
  8. Prize money will be awarded as follows:
    1. First Place - 70% of take
    2. Second Place - 20% of take
    3. Third Place - 10% of take
    Monthly prizes may be awarded to the entries that accumulate the most points during the defined monthly segments.
  9. Ties will result in the combined prize money being divided equally among the tied participants.
  10. Updates will be provided online and by text e-mail weekly or as time permits. You must sign up online for e-mail updates.
  11. The CFL.ca website final published statistics will serve as the official statistics.
  12. All disputes will be ruled on by the administrator of the pool, Jon Fedyk, who may be a participant.

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  • October 28, 2007
    Eskimos Upset Over Holding Flag → Andre Proulx has been involved in three of the most media visible officiating incidents this year. It will be interesting to see if his crew works any playoff games this year. That will say the most about whether the CFL supports his calls or not. #
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