What to do after your league has drafted for the season.
There are two settings for locking rosters:
Yes, use the blue day/week dropdown on the right side of the roster page to see future lineups.
It's best to set your lineup explicitly for each day in the upcoming week.
After the draft, waiver order defaults to reverse draft order. So if you have the first pick in the draft, you will have the last waiver priority.
There are two ways to restrict free agency in the preseason (after the draft until the end of week 1).
Team » Settings » Set My Keepers. Select your desired keeper(s) and then click
OK. Your keepers will be noted with a green pushpin on that keeper page and your roster page (all teams in the league can see your keepers).
They will show up at the end of the draft. However, your commissioner has the ability to edit the draft order and spots manually at
League » Settings » Edit Draft Order » Manually round-by-round.
Activity » Transaction Log. You will see your league's recent activity and also have filters to separate them by team name and the type of transaction made.
Fleaflicker does not impose a keeper deadline. Be sure to check in with your commissioner because some leagues impose their own deadline. Keepers can be selected any time before the draft starts.
To specify the keepers for a single owner, go to
League » Settings » Set Keepers and select the team. From there you can select keepers just as you would for one of your teams.
To change your team name or logo go to:
Team » Settings » Edit Team Name/Logo.
A watch list will keep tabs on players you are interested in having on your team but you may not be ready to add them quite yet. Click the star button next to the player to add them to the watch list and access this list from
Team » Watched. You can add players to watch from that page as well.
Click the owner's profile and click the blue
Message button. Fleaflicker will send them a private direct message.
If you want to leave a league, go to
Team » Settings » Drop Out Of A League. You can also click the
Drop Out button from the homepage.
They are coded based on how that player you are looking at ranks within the fantasy league and it depends on how many players your league starts at the position.
Fleaflicker will use a strikethrough notation to indicate that a player is no longer on a roster (due to being cut or traded) but is already locked on that roster. The player will still accrue points for the team even if they are crossed out.
Yes, Fleaflicker will allow teams with illegal rosters accrue points and they will count. However, the team will not be able to make any roster moves until their illegal roster is addressed.
Position eligibility is determined by a player's past participation and information that our data provider collects. If it's determined that a player's primary position has changed, then that player gains eligibility for the new position but won't lose their original designation.
They're just for fun. Fleaflicker will split your matchup into segments. You can see which day's games correspond to which segment by mousing-over (our tapping on a tablet or mobile device) the quarter.
Fleaflicker provides free weekly projections for all NFL leagues. You can expect to see projections for all default positions (QB, WR, RB, TE, K and D/ST) on Tuesdays and IDP positions (DL, LB and DE) on Thursdays during the NFL season. You can view them by going to your team page or by viewing the projected scores for your upcoming matchups from the league scoreboard. (After NFL games start for the week, you will see actual scores instead of projected scores.) You can also sort players by position and weekly projection by using the filter options in the player listing.
Fleaflicker uses official stats for all sports.
The NFL issues official changes to the previous week's games every Thursday. If such a change affects your league, Fleaflicker will automatically re-score the previous week's games on Thursday at 4 PM ET. Any changes announced by the NFL after Thursday are not automatically applied your league (this seldom happens). However, commissioners can always manually edit box scores at any time. Official stat changes are applied only to head-to-head leagues at this time.
Whenever it says "Official stat corrections have been applied" it means that Fleaflicker made the change and is reflecting the NFL's stat change. Otherwise, it will show you that the commissioner changed the box score.
Not at this time. Currently only head-to-head leagues can opt in or out of stat corrections. The total number of points for the season that Total Points and Roto leagues see is the number without stat corrections.
The coach rating compares a team's optimum lineup with the actual lineup. An owner who leaves fewer points on the bench will have a better rating.
A common mistake is that you are viewing the site as a guest and not currently signed in. Make sure you are signed in. Another possibility is that your league hasn't drafted yet or is still in draft mode.
When the season starts, the default Players view on desktop and tablet changes to "weekly" instead of "fantasy". "All" is not available as an option in the weekly view because the stat columns vary for the different position types. To get the "All" view back, you simply need to change the third filter drop-down to "fantasy".
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In baseball leagues, hitters that aren't in the starting lineup will be assigned the
OUT injury designation (e.g., a rest day for catchers).