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Wouldn't it be great if you had to earn your playoff spot, not by wins and losses to teams that aren't even in your conference, but by how strong you finished the year? This method takes each game and "spreads" the teams out.
Here is the method;
When two teams play a game, the winner's rating is moved upward and the loser's rating is moved downward until their ratings are 20-22 points apart. Twenty-one is ideal but I don't want to split points. If the winner's rating is already 22 or more points above that of the loser, both ratings remain the same. This shows us which teams are "hot." A "hot" team can drop a good number of points by losing to a bad team, then make them right back up the next week by beating a good team. Simple as that.
King of the Hill Standings 01/22/2004
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