Fantasy Aces Fantasy Football

Fantasy Aces Football Scoring and Details

NFL Fantasy Football on Fantasy Aces uses a salaryFantasy Aces cap format and standard fantasy football scoring.

Line-ups consist of 10 player teams, using these positions.

QB, QB, RB, RB, WR, WR, FLEX, FLEX, K and DEF

The 2 QB and 2 Flex players can make for some very interesting line-ups and can be helpful when you have more than one solid player in mind for your team.

The actual Salary Cap is $55,000 cap, $5500 Average per player

Salaries range from a high of $8000 to a low of $2500.

QB’s are always the most expensive. Kickers and Defensive teams are always in the lower range in Salary. Figure most solid RB’s, WR’s and TE’s in the $6 to $7K range.

Make sure you use the Scout Page to help with your line-up selections.

NFL Scout on Fantasy Aces

NFL Scout on Fantasy Aces

Read more about the Scout page on our Fantasy Aces Review.

Fantasy Aces uses Sportsdata for their Rankings and Salary ratings.

Offensive Scoring

PaYds = 0.05
PaTD = 4.00
Int = -2.00
Rec = 0.50
ReYds = 0.10
ReTD = 6.00
RuYds = 0.10
RuTD = 6.00
2Pt = 2.00
Fum = -2.00
RetTd = 6.00
Xpt = 1.00
FG 0-39 = 3.00
FG 40-49 = 4.00
FG 50+ = 5.00

Defensive Scoring

Blk = 2.00
Int = 2.00
Sck = 1.00
TD = 6.00
FumR = 2.00
Sfty = 2.00
Pts Against 0 = 10.00
Pts Against 1-6 = 7.00
Pts Against 7-13 = 4.00
Pts Against 14-20 = 1.00
Pts Against 21-27 = -1.00
Pts Against 28-34 = -2.00
Pts Against 35+ = -4.00

SalaryPro Leagues and Contests

For every $50 under cap = +0.25,  (starting at $250 under cap).
For every $50 over cap = -0.5

Only points against the defensive unit will count as points allowed

Line-up Card

Your Team Roster on Fantasy Aces

Player Selection Screen

Yellow highlight or red X means you have selected that player. Gray highlight means your salary cap cannot afford that player.

On this team I went $1150 under the cap and got a salary pro point bonus of 5.8

Player selection screen

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