|Nuclear Football League|
|The 2001 Nuclear Football League Rules|
1-4 Wide Receivers
0-2 Tight Ends
1 Place Kicker
1 Team Defense
Passing-1 point for each 20 yards passing.
Rushing-1 point for each 10 yards rushing.
Receiving-1 point for each 10 yards receiving.
Place Kicking-1 point for each PAT and a varying amount for each field goal, depending on length, as follows:Defenses-Variable, based on total yards allowed (rushing yards + passing yards), as follows:
17-44 yards ===> 3 points 45-54 yards ===> 4 points 55 yards & over ===> 5 points
0-169 yards ===> 20 points 170-184 yards ===> 19 points 185-199 yards ===> 18 points 200-214 yards ===> 17 points 215-229 yards ===> 16 points 230-244 yards ===> 15 points 245-259 yards ===> 14 points 260-274 yards ===> 13 points 275-289 yards ===> 12 points 290-304 yards ===> 11 points 305-319 yards ===> 10 points 320-334 yards ===> 9 points 335-349 yards ===> 8 points 350-364 yards ===> 7 points 365-379 yards ===> 6 points 380-394 yards ===> 5 points 395-409 yards ===> 4 points 410-424 yards ===> 3 points 425-439 yards ===> 2 points 440-454 yards ===> 1 points 455 & over ===> 0 points
- Two minutes are allowed per pick.
- Four minutes are allowed if a team has two consecutive picks.
The waiver list (list of players dropped by all coaches) will be published by the commissioner by 6:00 PM on Tuesday of each week along with the regular scores, standings and stats. Coaches interested in acquiring said players will have until Noon Friday to make a claim on a waived player. If no claim is made on a player by the Friday deadline, the player becomes a free agent and is available to any team on a first-come, first-served basis. If more than one team makes a claim on a given player, the player is awarded to the team which placed a claim with the lowest ranking (based on the same criteria as playoff determination) at that time. Any player dropped (waived) after the 6:00 PM Tuesday list is published will NOT be available until the FOLLOWING week’s list is published.
|The intent of Commissioner review is not to prevent trades which are made in good faith for the purpose of improving all teams involved, but rather to prevent the illegal "dumping" of players from one team or teams to another team or teams with the intent of not benefiting all teams involved.|
- Post a copy of your starting lineup to the Nuclear Football League message board, under the appropriate week's folder created by the League Office. This provides a date and time stamp and gives the coach immediate feedback that his lineup was received before the deadline, as well as allowing other coaches to view each individual team's starting lineup. This is the preferred method for lineup submission.
- If the league message board is unavailable, then the first alternative method for lineup submission is to use the Submit Lineup link on the Nuclear Football League webpage. This will send an e-mail to the Commissioner, webmaster, and opposing coach in one message.
- Should the Nuclear Football League webpage be unavailable, then the next alternative method for lineup submission is to send an e-mail to both the Commissioner and the opposing coach.
- Should none of the above methods be available, coaches may still give a copy of their starting lineup to the opposing coach by hand OR leave a voice mail for the Commissioner (x 4234). Coaches must still ensure the Commissioner and/or opposing coach receives their lineup via e-mail at the earliest available opportunity.
- Other means are unacceptable and will be disallowed.
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|The 2001 Nuclear Football League|