As fantasy football regular season blows, we at ESPN Fantasy would like to warn you of a major stage qualification change: Daisy Hill No longer deserving of a tight end, the quarterback is now his primary position. Below you will find answers to questions you may have about how this affects your fantasy team and / or league.
1. What does Hill deserve?
Starting in the 12th week, Hill is only eligible in QB.
2. Why change now, not last week?
Hill played the entire game at QB in Week 11 and is expected to continue in that role until Drew Breeze returns as the opening quarterback of the New Orleans Saints.
Earlier last week, ESPN Fantasy said it would not snatch away Hill’s tight end as league week began on Tuesday. This is because imaginative managers are given ample time to make the necessary list ratings and order decisions before discounts are implemented early Wednesday morning and the first game of the week on Thursday.
It has now been established that Hill will be primarily a cube, and with the above framework in mind, ESPN Fantasy is able to make the transition at the start of Week 12.
3. Will Hill’s eligibility change again this season?
Not possible. Based on what we know, the expectation is that Hill will only qualify in the quarterbacks. Remember that a player’s qualification will always be at the discretion of ESPN Fantasy based on what is best for the competitive balance of the game.
4. What do I do if I leave Hill in a starting lineup other than QB? Will I still get the points he scored?
If H Hill is left in the TE, Flex or WR / TE slot, users will not be able to make any list or queue moves until they have removed him from that location.
Sl If a user chooses not to remove him from that location, the user will receive points for Hill’s performance. However, if you consider your league to be an unfair advantage, league managers (LMs) have the ability to get any team in their league out of the Hill starting lineup.
So to do so, LMs must view their league on the ESPN Fantasy website, select “LM Tools” from the sub navigation and select “Roster Moves” from the “Rooster Tools” section. From there, LM can choose to edit Hill Roster’s team list, including the ability to drop Hill if it wishes.
If the league has roster lows and highs in QB and / or TE, this change may invalidate your roster and you may be forced to make roster moves to deactivate the correct roster.
5. What if my league does not like these results? Is there anything the commissioner can do?
Yes, if you are in a private league, you can use Commissioner LM tools to make changes that reflect the desired structure of your league.
Among the things that can be fixed using LM tools are:
• Score of any match: To do so, the commissioner must visit his / her league on the ESPN Fantasy website and select “LM Tools” from the sub navigation. Then, in the “League and Scoring Systems Tools” section, he / she can select “Score Adjustment”. This brings the LM to the league scoreboard page, where he / she can select the week and the specific fit he / she wants to adjust.
• Within the status quo barrier, the roster moves to change startup rows: As explained in Question 4, LMs should visit their league on the ESPN Fantasy website, select “LM Tools” from the sub navigation, and then select “Roster Moves” from the “Rooster Tools” section. From there, LM can choose to edit Hill Roster’s team list, including the ability to drop Hill if it wishes.
6. My league team uses QBs and the Saints team does not get points in QB 11th week. What gives?
Since Hill’s primary level is TE, his week 11 figures were not initially attributed to the Saints group QB. Once his primary level was changed to QB, His figures were used again for Game 11 of the week, And you should see that the Saints Group QB imaginary points are accurately reflected.
7. Daisy Hill Why a D.E.
In assessing Hill’s position in ESPN fantasy football for the 2020 season, two factors were taken into account.
Due to the anticipation of the signing of the early QB and Free-Agent of the Breeze Saints, it was expected that the primary role of the Hill offense would come in positions other than QB. James Winston Position No. 2 will act as an option. Second, based on the 2019 snap data, Hill’s use reflected a tight end.
Overall, our goal at ESPN Fantasy is to give fans as much flexibility as possible, while at the same time reflecting their value and utility to all players as accurately as their NFL team.
All level qualification decisions are at the discretion of ESPN Fantasy, and they are made in the best interest of justice, taking into account a number of factors, including the time it takes for imaginary managers to make changes.