The Fantasy 100


How to Play

The Fantasy 100

How do I play The Fantasy 100?

Construct a new roster every week of 10 players whose tier values add up to 50 or more. Your roster consists of 1 QB, 2 RB, 3 WR, 1 TE, 1 Team Defense, and 2 Flex (RB, WR, or TE). There will be a new Fantasy 100 every week with player rankings changing based on each player's projected and potential performance for the upcoming week.

What is the tier system?

100 players are placed into 10 tiers. A player in Tier 1 (such as Aaron Rodgers, Le'Veon Bell, and Rob Gronkowski) is worth 1 point, and a player in Tier 10 (such as Joe Flacco, Andre Ellington, and Eric Decker) is worth 10 points. You must create a team of 10 players who have a combined tier value of at least 50.

The Separator The Separator

Do you think Colin Kaepernick is going to have a big bounce-back game after throwing 3 interceptions? Do you have a feeling that the Steelers defense is going to destroy their next opponent after getting torched the previous week? What if neither Colin Kaepernick nor the Steelers defense is in The Fantasy 100 after their poor performances?

Each week you will be able to pick 1 player at any position outside of The Fantasy 100, and that player will count as a Tier 10 player. Not only can you rack up points from a player with low expectations, but you will be one of the few (you might even be the only one) taking advantage of it. This is the ultimate way to separate yourself from the competition.

Game Format

Each league will have 100 players.

The season will be split up into 4 segments that are 3 weeks each. Players will start each new segment with a score of zero. The top 100 finishers at the end of each segment will advance to the playoffs starting Week 13.

  • Segment 1: Weeks 1-4
  • Segment 2: Weeks 5-8
  • Segment 3: Weeks 9-12
  • Segment 4: Weeks 13-16 (playoffs)

Each player is allowed 1 entry into the playoffs regardless of the number of top 100 finishes, but only the top 100 in each segment will qualify for the playoffs regardless of the number of people who have already finished in the top 100 in a previous segment. So if 50% of the players who finish in the top 100 in any of the segments do so in 2 different segments, there will be 50% less people for all playoff participants to have to beat to win the grand prize.


The playoffs will be the last few weeks of the regular season, Week 13 to Week 16. Each player will start the playoffs with a score of zero. The player with the highest score at the end of the playoffs will win the grand prize.

What is the scoring system for The Fantasy 100?

Offensive Categories Points
Touchdown 6 Points
Passing Yards 1 Point per 30 yards
300+ Yards Passing 1 Point
Quarterback gets sacked -1 Point
Interception -2 Points
Rushing Yards 1 point per 10 yards
100+ Yards Rushing 2 Points
Receiving Yards 1 point per 10 yards
100+ Yards Receiving 2 Points
Reception 1 Point
2 Point Conversion 2 Points
Fumble Lost -2 Points
Defensive Categories Points
Sack 1 Point
Interception 2 Points
Fumble Recovery 2 Points
Safety 5 Points
Defensive Touchdown 6 Points
Under 200 Yards Allowed 10 Points
200-249 Yards Allowed 7 Points
250-299 Yards Allowed 5 Points
300-349 Yards Allowed 3 Point
350-399 Yards Allowed 1 Point
400-449 Yards Allowed 0 Points
450-499 Yards Allowed -3 Points
500+ Yards Allowed -5 Points
0 Points Allowed 10 Points
1-6 Points Allowed 7 Points
7-9 Points Allowed 5 Points
10-13 Points Allowed 4 Points
14-16 Points Allowed 3 Points
17-20 Points Allowed 1 Point
21-27 Points Allowed 0 Points
28-34 Points Allowed -3 Points
35+ Points Allowed -5 Points
Bonus Points
Picking the Highest Point-Scorer in a Tier 2 Points