Playoff Fantasy Football Games

Fantasy Football Playoffs Games

Just like the regular fantasy football season, Fantazzle has you set up and ready to go for the 2010 NFL Playoffs with two fantasy football playoff games.

Play in our Fantasy Football Playoff Challenge game and watch your selected fantasy roster perform throughout the entire NFL Playoffs, or test your fantasy skills each week during the playoffs in our Fantasy Football Playoff Salary Cap game.

 

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Fantazzle’s fantasy football playoff games allow all fantasy owners the ability to choose the league size, game type, and entry fee they desire.

Pick up right where you left off during the regular fantasy football season and put your fantasy knowledge to the test in two awesome fantasy football playoff games for your shot at cash prizes!


Fantasy Football Playoff Challenge

Our Fantasy Football Playoff Challenge game operates exactly like our regular season Fantasy Football Challenge game, but with one new twist: You pick one fantasy roster, and watch it perform for the entire duration of the 2011 NFL Playoffs.

For the Fantasy Football Playoff Challenge, pick 2 QBs, 3 RBs, 3 WRs, 1 TE and 1 DEF/ST that you think will perform the best (or last the longest) in the playoffs. There is no fantasy salary cap for this game, and you simply pick the best fantasy players that you think will accumulate the most points throughout the NFL playoffs.

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Fantasy Football Challenge

Fantazzle’s Fantasy Football Playoff Salary Cap game is like our regular season Fantasy Football Salary, except it’s played during the NFL Playoffs. Simply choose a player for each roster spot, while staying under a fantasy salary cap of $1,000,000.

Implementing a fantasy salary cap levels the playing field, and forces fantasy users to use their fantasy skills and knowledge on a higher level, especially during the fantasy playoffs. Rather than just selecting the top players at each position, matchups and roles come into play with a fantasy salary cap, forcing users to pick fantasy sleepers to complete their playoff roster.

Unlike the Fantasy Football Playoff Challenge, however, the Fantasy Football Playoff Salary Cap game will be played ever single week during the NFL Playoffs, giving fantasy users four chances to compete and win cash prizes!

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Super Bowl Pick'em Game

Super Bowl Pick'em Game

Fantazzle's Super Bowl Pick'em Game is similar to our regular Pick'em game with added picks. The first group of picks is like our regular pick'em game pitting Player vs. Player. Instead of it being limited to just quarterbacks, we look at each of the game's matchups and ask you to pick the player who will score the most fantasy points using our fantasy football scoring system. Next, we ask you to use your knowledge of the players to choose how well they will do from a fantasy perspective. You need to answer these questions correctly to score a point. Lastly, we test your knowledge on picking players from a different sport. Since this is a Super Bowl game, we will keep this short and sweet.

So, overall your fantasy team will consist of the players you believe will do best vs. their counterpart, your picks of how well the players will do, and a few non-football players. You won't find a fantasy game available anywhere else in the market and especially a game as unique as this. Study up and use your skills to take home the last prize of the season. Play the Fantasy Super Bowl Game now!


Fantasy Football Scoring

All of our fantasy football playoff games use the same scoring system:

Offense:

  • Touchdowns: 6 points
  • Passing yards: 1 point for every 30 yards
  • Rushing/Receiving yards: 1 point for every 10 yards
  • Two-point conversions: 2 points
  • Receptions: 1 point
  • Interceptions: -2 points
  • Fumbles Lost: -2 points

Defense/Special Teams:

  • Interceptions: 2 points
  • Fumble Recoveries: 2 points
  • Touchdowns: 6 points **Any time a defensive player or special teams player scores a TD, the DEF/ST gets 6 points**
  • Sacks: 1 point
  • Safety: 2 points
  • Kick Blocks: 2 points
  • Shutouts: 7 points

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