The 2023/24 World Famous FFPC Playoff Challenge is back!
Launched in 2003, the World Famous FFPC Playoff Challenge is entering its 21st year and is the largest and most exciting playoff contest in all of season-long fantasy football. Now with a record shattering $500,000 Grand Prize and upwards of $1.4 Million in total guaranteed prizes! No draft, no salary cap, no convoluted rules. Just pick 12 players and let 'em ride to the Superbowl. With a $200 entry fee and a chance to win HALF-A-MILLION....now THIS is the way to watch playoff football!
Saturday, January 13, at 4:30pm ET
No draft or salary cap. Just choose any 12 players as per rules below
Contest runs the entire NFL playoffs ending with the Superbowl
FFPC Playoff Challenge Details
|The FFPC Playoff Challenge runs the length of the entire NFL playoff season starting on January 13, 2024 with the Wild Card Weekend games and ending on February 11 with the Super Bowl
|$200 per team
|Maximum of 7,800 entries
|$500,000 Grand Prize and $1,400,250 in total guaranteed prizes paying down to 900th place
|FFPC scoring rules are in effect. Contest runs from the first week of the NFL playoffs thru the Super Bowl. Each week’s score will be added to your team’s total which will accumulate for the duration of the contest. Super Bowl points will count as DOUBLE the points toward each team’s total.
|There is no draft. Simply select your roster as described below. This will be your roster for the entire duration of the contest.
|Each team will consist of twelve (12) NFL players in the following starting roster format:
1-QB, 2-RB, 2-WR, 1-TE, 4-Flex, 1-K, 1-D (Flex can be RB, WR or TE)
|All rosters will be locked on Saturday, January 13, 2024 at 4:30pm ET. No further roster adjustments will be allowed even for players whose games start at a later time. There is no free agency or any roster adjustments allowed for the duration of the contest.
|Each team will choose twelve (12) players from any of the 14 NFL playoff teams but ONLY ONE PLAYER PER TEAM. To be clear, if you choose Patrick Mahomes as your QB, you may NOT have any more Chiefs players on your roster, including Kicker & Defense.
|Scoring System Overview:
|4 pts for passing TDs
6 pts for non-passing TDs scored in any way by an individual player
1 pt for every 20 yards passing
-1 point for every interception thrown
1 point for every 10 yards rushing or receiving
1 pt per reception for RBs and WRs (or QB)
1.5 pt per reception for TEs
-1 point - fumble lost
2 points for 2-pt conversion
1 point for PAT conversion
3 points for every FG of 1 - 30 yards plus .1 point for every yard thereafter
1 pt for D/ST sack, 2 pts for all turnovers
6 pts for all D/ST touchdowns
2 points for every return after a blocked/failed extra point or failed two-point try (i.e. on an interception or fumble)
5 pts for every safety
12 points for every shutout
8 points for allowing between 1 – 6 points
5 points for allowing between 7 – 10 points
See Official Rules for complete scoring details
The 2023/24 FFPC Playoff Challenge will have 12 starting roster spots rather than the 10 starting roster spots in a typical FFPC starting lineup. The two added starting roster spots will both be FLEX spots (Flex can be RB, WR or TE). This change has been made to account for the two additional NFL Playoff teams that began in the 2021/22 NFL season. With fourteen total playoff teams and 12 starting roster spots, each entrant will need to fade two teams, which has always been the case for the FFPC Playoff Challenge. This change is only for the current season, unless the NFL decides to make the fourteen team playoff permanent. As always, only one player may be picked per playoff team.