Rules Updated: July 2007.
An E-mail based draft is be held prior to the FanEx Player Draft. It will be the FanEx Analysis Draft, with results posted at the league website. Owners will select their teams through a serpentine style draft, using the basic FanEx Draft format, enforced by the Commissioner. Individual owners within the in-season leagues can choose to team up for the ANALYSIS DRAFT.
A 20 round Draft will be conducted via e-mail with a round by round notification posted online. Each owner will be responsible for providing an analysis of why he/she picked the player chosen when the pick is made. Selection analysis will be limited to 100 words, with 50 words being the target.
Analysis Draft Guidelines:.
A. The Analysis Draft will begin at a date set by the commissioner..
B. The Analysis Draft will consist of 20 rounds..
C. The draft order is separate and unique from all other Fanex activities..
D. Each owner will have 12 hours to make their selection..
E. When an team owner exceeds the deadline for submitting their draft selection, other owners may make their selection in his draft position, until the originally schedule team owner has submitted a selection to the commissioner. (i.e. if the owner with selection X.03 misses the deadline, the X.04 and following draft positions may select in that place until the original tardy selection is presented to the commissioner.).
F. Each owner must draft a starting lineup and 20 total players..
G. Beginning with the start of the regular season, each owner will receive the points scored by the following positions on their team each week: Top 1 Quarterback points, Top 2 Running Back points, Top 3 Wide Receiver points, Top 1 Flex (RB/WR/TE) player points, Top 1 Tight End points, Top 1 Kicker's points, Top 1 Defensive Team points..
H. These points shall be tallied together through the NFL season..
I. The team with highest total points shall be declared the Analysis Draft Champion..