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Yesterday at 04:07 am
Below are the rules that were proposed last offseason, were voted on by GMs and the HO, but didn’t pass. Check out the NSFL announcements to see the ones that did pass

(Please don’t grade this, it’s literally just copy pasted)



#1. 5% Carryover based off total TPE earned. If you choose to use the carryover, this will replace the initial 50 TPE to build your person. You can either use the initial 50 TPE or use the 5% carryover. This number will be based off total TPE earned. The goal of this is to keep veteran members around and creating new players. We want to keep the active people here.

#4. TPE is based on the most recent update prior to signing. In addition, for every year a player is signed beyond the first, said player must be paid as though 100 TPE higher in each successive year. Example: a 200 TPE player signs a 3 year minimum contract. The contract would cost 4 million over those three years (200 TPE first year, 300 the second, 400 the third). There would be no restrictions regarding structuring.

#5. If a player changes archetypes they will be allowed to move 25% of their total TPE to new attributes. No attribute may go over the maximum value allowed with the new build, even if it was above it before the position switch.

#6. When a rookie is sent to the DSFL, Only 50% of his contract will be covered by his DSFL team. The remaining 50% will count against the cap of his NSFL team.

(To give some reasoning, the draft isn't a risk free proposition in basically any sport, but that is essentially what it is here. Even MLB teams that send guys down to the minors have to pay them massive signing bonuses when they're drafted. I think that forcing teams to cover part of their rookie contracts would also create a trickle down affect in free agency. Do you sign your veteran player for another season and face a cap crunch or do you call up a less expensive rookie? This would presumably put more ""veteran"" players onto the FA market, which is something a lot of us seem to be looking for ways to force)

#7. Kicker is useless as it stands right now. Let’s just make kicker bots, no extra cost like OL bots, just straight TPE minimum. Also GMs can’t make their own bots, we just make a strong leg, accurate leg, and balanced bot. 400 TPE and it is $2M per year. You can change your bot once per season. Kickers currently in the league can stay or get a free position change


#8. "Carryover Cap”

Basically unused cap space from a previous season can be carried over to the current season at a 25% rate (max $1M carryover)

So lets say this happened.
S7 $73M/$75M in cap will give you $500K in cap for S8

They have this in the NFL and I see no real need for it other than it could be fun."

#9. Each team may only trade away a maximum of 10m in cap space each season. Covering contracts of traded players is still allowed.

#10. If a player changes positions they will be allowed to move 25% of their total TPE to new attributes. No attribute may go over the maximum value allowed with the new build, even if it was above it before the position switch.
Jul 18 2018, 01:43 PM
There's usually some debate over parity in the league... including which conference has better parity, the NSFC or the ASFC?

There's some different ways we can break that down, so let's start with the easiest way.

This first list/table thing (I really wish jcink had a table function) shows the winner and last place teams each year by conference.

*For this first part I am excluding Season 1 because it was pre-expansion teams which skews things

NSFC WINNERS // LOSERS
S2: https://i.imgur.com/YUSkHfs.png // http://i.imgur.com/lgKJrna.png
S3: https://i.imgur.com/YUSkHfs.png // http://i.imgur.com/aVlKvow.png
S4: http://i.imgur.com/5sMCmtf.png // http://i.imgur.com/aVlKvow.png
S5: http://i.imgur.com/5sMCmtf.png // http://i.imgur.com/aVlKvow.png
S6: http://i.imgur.com/lgKJrna.png // http://i.imgur.com/aVlKvow.png
S7: http://i.imgur.com/5sMCmtf.png // http://i.imgur.com/aVlKvow.png
S8: http://i.imgur.com/5sMCmtf.png // http://i.imgur.com/aVlKvow.png

ASFC WINNERS // LOSERS
S2: http://i.imgur.com/hdESSXu.png // https://imgur.com/ez5u8bq.png (Legion)
S3: http://i.imgur.com/hdESSXu.png // https://imgur.com/ez5u8bq.png (Legion)
S4: http://i.imgur.com/hdESSXu.png // https://imgur.com/ez5u8bq.png (Legion)
S5: http://imgur.com/LWhJhPh.png // https://imgur.com/ez5u8bq.png (Legion)
S6: http://imgur.com/LWhJhPh.png // https://imgur.com/ez5u8bq.png
S7: http://imgur.com/LWhJhPh.png // https://imgur.com/ez5u8bq.png
S8: http://imgur.com/LWhJhPh.png // https://i.imgur.com/lZGDADN.png


So right off the bat we can quickly see a few things.

~The Yeti and NOLA/Legion were terrible for a very long time
~In the NSFC there's been a few different winners that flip back and forth, but the ASFC has two pretty clear periods of one team always coming out on top


That's not really the entire story though, so now we're going to look at where each team actually placed each season. Then we're going to average them all together so we can see each team's average end-of-year ranking (the lower the better).



So for example, the Hawks have an average conference rank of 2.14, and the Wraiths at 1.57.

We can start to see there's more of a "split" within each conference... the NSFC has three teams that, on average, finish in at least 2nd place and one team that averages coming in 4th. The ASFC has two teams that average coming in 1st or 2nd and the other two teams have each only ever done better than 3rd place one time.

A way to quantify the amount of parity in each conference is to find the average of the variation between the conference averages. This lets us see the average "distance" between every team in each conference.

For my excel peeps / people who want to see the equation it was =SUM(I11-I10,I11-I8,I11-I9,I10-I9,I10-I8,I8-I9)/4

Below is the "parity score" for each conference. The lower the number is, the more parity there is. (Because there is less variation between each team, on average)

NSFC: 1.79
ASFC: 1.64

So at first glance it looks like the ASFC enjoys more parity than the NSFC does. This is actually misleading I think... The problem is that both conferences have a team that is/was a perpetual bottom feeder. In the NSFC that's the Yeti and in the ASFC it's NOLA/the Legion. These teams skew the data by making each conference look like there's less parity than there really is, and neither team (with the exception of NOLA in S8) was ever actually seriously competitive.

So we're going to remove these teams completely from the equation and do the same exact thing looking only at the remaining three teams.

NSFC: 0.57
ASFC: 1.05

That's better. It also kind of tells us partly what we already know... for a good portion of history the NSFC has been a battle between the Hawks, Wraiths, and Liberty, while the ASFC typically has been split between just the Otters and Outlaws for a long time. NOLA and the Sabercats have only ever made the playoffs once since S2. This shows that the NSFC has more parity as far as end-of-season rankings are concerned.

But it goes deeper than that. We can look at end-of-season rankings, and it's still useful, but it doesn't paint the entire picture. There have been seasons where a 5-9 team made the playoffs, and where three teams in one conference all had the same record at 8-6 but only two made the playoffs.

The way we can account for these discrepancies in conference competitiveness is by looking at each team's historical win % against teams within their own conference. We only want to look at inner-conference win %'s because those are the teams that you are directly competing against in order to make the playoffs.

The below chart shows each team's historical win % against other teams within their conference, and the rightmost column shows the same thing except removing Yeti and NOLA from the equation.



There's actually some cool little conclusions we can get from this.

~The Outlaws still have the highest Division Win % at 70%, thanks to their previous dynasty
~The Liberty really beat up on the Yeti. Their Division Win % drops by 14% when you take away all of their Yeti games.
~On the flip side, the Wraiths Division Win % only drops by 5% when you take away their Yeti games
~NOLA has the lowest Division Win %, only winning 21% of their inner-division games
~The Sabercats have a very low Division Win % despite beating up on the Legion/NOLA, indicating that historically they were pretty far behind the Otters and Outlaws.

So now we do the same thing we did before, where we average together all of the variances between the Division Win %'s to get a Parity Score, both with and without the Yeti/NOLA

Parity Scores
NSFC: 0.33
ASFC: 0.45

Parity Scores Without Yeti/NOLA
NSFC: 0.16
ASFC: 0.26

So there you have it. Quantitatively showing what most of us know anyways: The NSFC has historically had more parity than the ASFC.

Another method you could do is look at the variance of end-of-season rankings / records on a season-by-season basis but that's a lot of work for another time. Maybe one day. I think this is a pretty accurate picture nonetheless.

It'll be cool to revisit this in the future a few seasons from now now that NOLA and Yeti aren't perpetual dumpster fires anymore.




Jul 17 2018, 11:20 AM
Vladimir Fyodorovich - CB
S10: 2m
S11: 2m (MO)
S12: 2m (MO)

majesiu has quickly become an incredible member of the NOLA locker room and a very valuable player on the field. We are incredibly excited to extend him for the next few seasons.


https://imgur.com/ez5u8bq.png https://imgur.com/ez5u8bq.png https://imgur.com/ez5u8bq.png
Jul 13 2018, 02:07 PM
(all the names are the same and most stats are the same, only changes from last years are slightly lowered run block and slightly raised endurance)


BOT ONE
First Name: Larry
Last Name: Armstrong
Position: OL - Tackle
Jersey Number:
Height (ft.): 6'7"
Weight (lbs.): 310lbs
Player Archetype: Athletic Lineman
TPE Available: 550
(MAX: 100) - Strength: 75 -> 100 (275 TPE used)
(MAX: 85) - Agility: 50 -> 70 (40 TPE used)
(MAX: 25) - Arm: 1
(MAX: 80) - Intelligence: 55
(MAX: 25) - Throwing Accuracy: 1
(MAX: 60) - Tackling: 35
(MAX: 85) - Speed: 45 -> 70 (45 TPE used)
(MAX: 50) - Hands: 20
(MAX: 90) - Pass Blocking: 60 -> 80 (70 TPE used)
(MAX: 90) - Run Blocking: 60 -> 80 (70 TPE used)
(MAX: 100) - Endurance: 60 -> 76 (50 TPE used)
(MAX: 25) - Kick Power: 1
(MAX: 25) - Kick Accuracy: 1


BOT TWO
First Name: Jelly
Last Name: Roll
Position: OL - Tackle
Jersey Number:
Weight (lbs.): 310lbs
Player Archetype: Athletic Lineman
TPE Available: 550
(MAX: 100) - Strength: 75 -> 100 (275 TPE used)
(MAX: 85) - Agility: 50 -> 70 (40 TPE used)
(MAX: 25) - Arm: 1
(MAX: 80) - Intelligence: 55
(MAX: 25) - Throwing Accuracy: 1
(MAX: 60) - Tackling: 35
(MAX: 85) - Speed: 45 -> 70 (45 TPE used)
(MAX: 50) - Hands: 20
(MAX: 90) - Pass Blocking: 60 -> 80 (70 TPE used)
(MAX: 90) - Run Blocking: 60 -> 80 (70 TPE used)
(MAX: 100) - Endurance: 60 -> 76 (50 TPE used)
(MAX: 25) - Kick Power: 1
(MAX: 25) - Kick Accuracy: 1


BOT THREE
First Name: Buddy
Last Name: Bolden
Position: OL - Guard
Jersey Number:
Height (ft.): 6'7"
Weight (lbs.): 340lbs
Player Archetype: Athletic
TPE Available: 550
(MAX: 100) - Strength: 75 -> 100 (275 TPE used)
(MAX: 85) - Agility: 50 -> 70 (40 TPE used)
(MAX: 25) - Arm: 1
(MAX: 80) - Intelligence: 55
(MAX: 25) - Throwing Accuracy: 1
(MAX: 60) - Tackling: 35
(MAX: 85) - Speed: 45 -> 70 (45 TPE used)
(MAX: 50) - Hands: 20
(MAX: 90) - Pass Blocking: 60 -> 80 (70 TPE used)
(MAX: 90) - Run Blocking: 60 -> 80 (70 TPE used)
(MAX: 100) - Endurance: 60 -> 76 (50 TPE used)
(MAX: 25) - Kick Power: 1
(MAX: 25) - Kick Accuracy: 1



BOT FOUR
First Name: Kid
Last Name: Ory
Position: OL - Guard
Jersey Number:
Height (ft.): 6'7"
Weight (lbs.): 340lbs
Player Archetype: Athletic
TPE Available: 550
(MAX: 100) - Strength: 75 -> 100 (275 TPE used)
(MAX: 85) - Agility: 50 -> 70 (40 TPE used)
(MAX: 25) - Arm: 1
(MAX: 80) - Intelligence: 55
(MAX: 25) - Throwing Accuracy: 1
(MAX: 60) - Tackling: 35
(MAX: 85) - Speed: 45 -> 70 (45 TPE used)
(MAX: 50) - Hands: 20
(MAX: 90) - Pass Blocking: 60 -> 80 (70 TPE used)
(MAX: 90) - Run Blocking: 60 -> 80 (70 TPE used)
(MAX: 100) - Endurance: 60 -> 76 (50 TPE used)
(MAX: 25) - Kick Power: 1
(MAX: 25) - Kick Accuracy: 1

BOT FIVE
First Name: Kermit
Last Name: Ruffins
Position: OL - Center
Jersey Number:
Height (ft.): 6'7"
Weight (lbs.): 340lbs
Player Archetype: Athletic Lineman
TPE Available: 550
(MAX: 100) - Strength: 75 -> 100 (275 TPE used)
(MAX: 85) - Agility: 50 -> 70 (40 TPE used)
(MAX: 25) - Arm: 1
(MAX: 80) - Intelligence: 55
(MAX: 25) - Throwing Accuracy: 1
(MAX: 60) - Tackling: 35
(MAX: 85) - Speed: 45 -> 70 (45 TPE used)
(MAX: 50) - Hands: 20
(MAX: 90) - Pass Blocking: 60 -> 80 (70 TPE used)
(MAX: 90) - Run Blocking: 60 -> 80 (70 TPE used)
(MAX: 100) - Endurance: 60 -> 76 (50 TPE used)
(MAX: 25) - Kick Power: 1
(MAX: 25) - Kick Accuracy: 1
Jul 12 2018, 05:24 PM
Beaver has been an invaluable member of the NOLA franchise, ever since the Legion days. He is a terrific teammate in the locker room and an absolute beast on the field, and we are ecstatic to be extending him for the next 69 seasons.

https://imgur.com/ez5u8bq.png https://imgur.com/ez5u8bq.png https://imgur.com/ez5u8bq.png

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