kcsportsdoc wrote:Great, thoughtful answers that have given me a lot to think about. Here's a fact that I hadn't noticed in the updated scoring: Passing yards are awarded as a point per every 25 yards passing as opposed to the usual 20. Mitigates the benefit of the extra 2 points per passing TD a bit, doesn't it.

Does that change any of your positions?

I'm pretty sure the standard value is 25 pass yards per point..

Anyway I guess I will write this one more time since i'm not sure it sunk in the first time I wrote it...

**Aaron Rodgers**(1st round pick)

Throws 45 tds

6 point per td league = 270 points

4 point per td league = 180 points

*A 6 point per pass td league gives Rodgers a 90 points increase.*

**Tony Romo**(4th-5th round pick)

Throws 30 tds

6 point per td league = 180 points

4 point per td league = 120 points

*A 6 point per pass td league gives Romo a 60 points increase.*

So, over the entire 16 games, you are gaining a total of 30 points by selecting Rodgers over Romo is a 6 point per pass td league.

So, over the course of each individual game, you are gaining a total of

**1.875**points per game by selecting Rodgers over Romo is a 6 point per pass td league.

Now, is a maximum of 1.875 points per game reason enough to change your entire draft strategy in a 6 point per pass td league? I would say no...