NFFLA Game Scores & Player Stats

Tiebreaker Procedure

TWO-TEAM TIE

  1. Results of head-to-head competition during the regular season.
  2. Record among common opponents.
  3. Point differential among common opponents.
  4. Points allowed among common opponents.
  5. Coin flip.

MULTIPLE-TEAM TIE

  1. Results of head-to-head competition during the regular season.
    1. When comparing records against a single team or a group of teams, the higher winning percentage shall prevail, even if the number of games played against the team or group are unequal (i.e. 2-0 is better than 3-1); in the case of tied percentages vs. the group of 1.000 or 0.000 the following shall apply: 2-0 is better than 1-0; 0-1 is better than 0-2.
    2. If two teams are tied for the top position, the two-team tiebreaker is applied.
    3. After the top team(s) among the tied teams are determined, the remaining teams will apply the two-team or multiple-team tiebreaker.
  2. If the teams are still tied, the following tiebreakers will be applied.
    1. Record among common opponents.
    2. Point differential among common opponents. (Average point differential if an unequal number of games have been played)
    3. Points allowed among common opponents. (Average points allowed if an unequal number of games have been played)
    4. If two teams are tied for the top position, the two-team tiebreaker is applied.
    5. After the top team(s) among the tied teams are determined, the remaining teams will apply the two-team or multiple-team tiebreaker.


Spring 2018 Stats

League Stats

Quarterbacks

Offense

Defense & Special Teams


Team Stats

Beckwith Bandits

Blake's Blue Bayou

Campagnolo Soup-A-Starz 

The Equilibrium

Felix's F-Bombs

Henry's Housewives 

Jager Meister Obens

Las Margaritas Salty Rims

Woofs Wolfpack 

Zocalo Bad Hombres





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