TEAM MANAGEMENT EXPLANATION 101 - READ BEFORE POSTING

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  1. natedawg212000

    natedawg212000 New Orleans Saints

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    TEAM MANAGEMENT EXPLANATION 101 - READ BEFORE POSTING

    All the info that you need to know on how to properly post a Team Management thread and the things that must be done can be read here:

    http://www.traditionfootball.com/forums/showthread.php?t=28751

    OMFL CAP BOOK: http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=tXQCJm2Yi2bYz43w9Gpvhjg&authkey=CKiXjOcD&hl=en#gid=32

    YOU MUST READ THAT THREAD SO THAT YOU MAY DO YOUR TEAM MANAGEMENT THREAD CORRECTLY.

    For rules on the CapBook can be read here:
    https://docs.google.com/document/ed..._o5yLlDa6ltz2U_oMVhkAY&hl=en&authkey=CKLV6ZkN

    For OMFL normal rules you can read them here:
    https://docs.google.com/document/ed...mbEzxdnRoJjl2nGV_nh_ts&hl=en&authkey=CMzUuu0D

    EVERY OWNER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR HIS OWN CAP - if you can't keep your cap book updated and your thread updated, then you can't be an owner in the OMFL. PERIOD!

    ALL CAP BOOK MINIMUMS, MAXIMUMS, PLAYER MINIMUMS, CAP HIT QUESTIONS, AND ALL CAP BOOK/TEAM MANAGEMENT QUESTIONS CAN BE ANSWERED IN THIS THREAD http://www.traditionfootball.com/forums/showthread.php?t=28751 OR ASKED VIA A BOARD MEMBER.

    PLEASE DO NOT EDIT ANY OF YOUR POST - simply post your new adjustments as a reply. This will help keep a small 'history' of what you have done with your team and will help with finding any mistakes.

    YOUR MANDATORY AVERAGE IS ON THE CAP BOOK - there is a place on the cap book where it list the top 20 overalls for your team and the average of those top 20 players. Nice, easy, un-confusing, so use it!

    YOU ARE NEVER ALLOWED TO GO OVER THE CAP - if you win a player that puts you over the cap, you are not allowed to sign them until you cut the needed cap space to sign that player.

    YOU MUST SIGN ALL PLAYERS THAT YOU WIN IN FA'S - if you win a player as a fa, you MUST sign that player. If that player puts you over the cap or over the amount of players that you have then you MUST cut and adjust your cap to fit them. If this is not done within 48 hours, the Board will do it for you, and you won't like that.
     
  2. Winuvas

    Winuvas OMFL Jets

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    Also, to piggyback a little bit, if you have any questions about the cap book, or anything involving the cap, and are not 100% sure how whatever you are doing works......ASK!!!!!!!!!

    Any of the board members, as well as myself, will be happy to help you get more comfortable working with this new cap structure and get you to where you can operate the cap book sheet like a pro.

    But we can't help if you don't ask. And you can't blame the board, or me, if you get booted for not knowing how to sign a FA or how cap hits work. ASK.

    I usually have AIM up when I am available. Hit me up on it if you have any questions at all. I'll be glad to navigate to the Google Docs link and fiddle with the cap book while you watch so you can actually SEE how it works.

    I don't want anyone to be booted from the league because they didn't know how to work the cap book. I want everyone to be as proficient with it as possible.

    (y)
     
  3. Winuvas

    Winuvas OMFL Jets

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    IMPORTANT!!!!!!!!!!

    This is direct from the rulebook. PLEASE consider this when making trades, folks!!!!

    If a team works a trade with another team, the team with the larger cap hit for bonuses takes a cap hit for the remainder of the season. An example is below:

    A blockbuster deal involving Colts QB Peyton Manning (overall 99, bonus total of $5 million) and Chargers HB Ladainian Tomlinson (overall 94, bonus total of $3,000,000). The Colts have the larger cap hit based on bonuses paid to the players involved ($5 million versus $3 million). Therefore, the Colts take a $2 million cap hit for the season because they traded away more bonus than they took in from the trade.
     

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