OwnersBox is excited to introduce it’s new and exciting SuperFlex NFL Salary Cap Game. The SuperFlex contest will be the first of it’s kind to be offered in the Weekly Fantasy space and offers a new strategic alternative to daily and season-long play. The OwnersBox SuperFlex format eliminates the randomness and unpredictability of the defense and kicker positions while maximizing what fantasy players love most, offense! Users will build their 9-player lineup while staying under the $50,000 salary cap. The SuperFlex position, the main differentiator of the contest, gives the user the option to select an additional quarterback, running back, wide receiver or tight end. Ultimately, it makes the quarterback a premium position versus other fantasy formats.
For beginners, it’s a much more appealing game option with a more offensive outlook, and for experts, it takes away the luck and randomness, making it more skilled and highly competitive.
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Here are the details of what your 9-player fantasy football team will look like on OwnersBox:
QB | RB | RB | WR | WR | TE | FLEX | FLEX | SUPERFLEX
FLEX = RB/WR/TE
SUPERFLEX = QB/RB/WR/TE
|Rushing / Receiving yards||1 point/ 10 yards|
|Passing / Return yards||1 point/ 20 yards|
|Fumbles Lost||-3 points|
|Sacks Surrendered||-1 point|
|Two-Point Conversions||2 points|
Adding a SuperFlex spot allows versatility in your lineup construction. You now have the option of starting 2 quarterbacks instead of 1, boosting the value of all quarterbacks. This is unique to the OwnersBox game format versus other platforms. If you really like the prices on some lower-end RBs and WRs, you’re able to go out and grab both Patrick Mahomes and Lamar Jackson and surround them with your favorite sleeper picks.
You also have the versatility to completely ignore the quarterback position. Take 1 low-priced player filling that SuperFlex spot with another position, and load up on high-tier running backs and receivers. The best part is since you set weekly lineups, you’re able to experiment with different tactics every week to try and find the optimal strategy to take home the money.