By default, tie breakers for season standings in the case of an overall W-L-T record tie are as follows:
Head-to-Head Record (NFL-Managed Default) the name is misleading; this means the winning percentage in games against other tied teams. In situations with more than two tied teams, the record between any two of the tied teams is irrelevant. This means one team could have beaten another and be ranked below them.
Divisional Winning Percentage (if your custom league uses multiple divisions)
Points Scored For
Points Scored Against (Most Difficult Schedule)
TO BREAK STANDINGS TIES, DEFAULT SETTING
The default standings tie-breaker setting for NFL Fantasy (and the NFL itself) is called Head-to-Head: when multiple teams have the same record, they are ranked in order of win-loss-tie percentage in matchups played against all the other tied teams together/combined. Individual matchups are irrelevant.
EXAMPLE: Say A, B, C, and D are 3-1, and that A beat B and C, B beat C, and D didn't play anyone in the group.
A is 2-0 against teams in the tied group.
B is 1-1 against teams in the tied group.
C is 0-2 against teams in the tied group.
D is 0-0 against teams in the tied group.
So A is first, B is second, and C and D are tied.
In leagues with divisions, the second tie-breaker is Divisional Winning Percentage, followed by Points For. In leagues without divisions, the second tie-breaker would be Points For.
Sto znaci da nije bag, nego mi nismo bili dobro obavesteni pre sezone. Dobro je da znamo za ubuduce, ove godine smo sve vreme pogresno mislili.