This Is How Fantasy Football Should Be Scored

Fantasy football scoring has gotten a bit stale. After the NFL's first week, it's clear these point bonuses need to be added immediately.

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+90 points: Make Jim Irsay look stupid.

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In his first game as a Denver Bronco, Peyton Manning threw for 253 yards and two touchdowns in a 31-19 win over the Steelers.

(Divide point total in half): Accumulate massive stats in massive loss.

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Bills running back C.J. Spiller racked up 169 yards and one touchdown on the ground, but the Jets thrashed the Bills 48-28.

+8 points, move to injured reserve by week 5: Take a million hits, throw four interceptions and fumble twice, still beat the Browns.

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Michael Vick threw for four interceptions but led a late-game comeback to beat the Browns 17-16 in Cleveland.

+3 points: Pass the torch.

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Robert Griffin III threw for 320 yards and two touchdowns in his first game as a pro in a win over Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints.

+11 points: Make kickers relevant again.

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Rookie kicker Blair Walsh made four field goals against the Jaguars, including a 55-yarder as time expired in regulation and a 38-yarder in overtime.

-6 points: Do yoga.

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Jay Cutler takes a hit from the Indianapolis Colts, but he would rebound and throw for two touchdowns in a 41-21 Bears victory.

-15 points: Lose game because of Kevin Ogletree.

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Eli Manning walks off the field after a 24-17 Giants loss to the Dallas Cowboys. Dallas receiver Kevin Ogletree had eight catches for 114 yards and two touchdowns.