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How to Enhance Your Fantasy Football League with Weekly Payouts



Introduction

We know fantasy football is a great way to stay engaged with the NFL season and have some fun with your friends. But if you're looking for a way to add some extra excitement to your league, consider adding weekly payouts.

Weekly payouts are a great way to reward players for their weekly performance, and they can also help to keep everyone motivated throughout the season. There are a number of different weekly payout ideas that you can use, so you can find one that fits your league's style.

Here are some weekly payout ideas to get you started:

  • Highest Weekly Score: This is the most common weekly payout, and it's easy to understand. The team with the highest score each week wins the payout.

  • Highest Scoring Bench Player: This payout rewards players for having good depth on their rosters. The team with the highest scoring bench player each week wins the payout.

  • Closest to the Point Total: This payout rewards players for being accurate in their projections. The team that comes closest to their projected score each week wins the payout.

  • Most Points Over Projection: This payout rewards players for having players who outperform their projections. The team with the most points over projection each week wins the payout.

  • Longest Touchdown: This payout rewards players for having players who score long touchdowns. The team with the longest touchdown each week wins the payout.

  • Most Points from a Rookie: This payout rewards players for drafting well. The team with the most points from a rookie each week wins the payout.

  • Best Loser: This payout rewards the team that scores the fewest points each week. This is a great way to keep everyone motivated, even if they're not winning.

Conclusion

These are just a few ideas to get you started. There are many other weekly payout ideas that you can use, so be creative and have fun with it. Weekly payouts are a great way to add some extra excitement to your fantasy football league, and they can help to keep everyone motivated throughout the season.

Here are some additional tips for setting up weekly payouts:

  • Start small: If you're not sure how weekly payouts will work in your league, start small. You can always increase the payouts in future seasons.

  • Be clear about the rules: Make sure everyone in your league understands the rules for weekly payouts before the season starts. This will help to avoid any confusion or disputes down the road.

  • Use a platform like Leagueswype: Leagueswype is a great platform for managing your fantasy football league. It makes it easy to set up weekly payouts and track the results.

Hope this has given you some weekly payout ideas for your league. Be sure to check out Leagueswype to make it easy to set up and track your payouts.

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