During the 2012 LFL All-Fantasy Game World Tour, league officials are experimenting with a number of rule and timing changes to move the LFL game closer toward traditional football. Here are the rule and timing changes fans can anticipate in the All-Fantasy Games.
The minimum (2) run and (2) pass plays per an offensive series has been
removed. Teams can run or pass any combination or number of times.
- Outside of lining up the (2) tight ends a 1 foot outside the center, any other formation is fine.
The maximum blitz rule has been removed. Teams can blitz as many times
as they wish as well as blitz any defender from any position on the
The defense will continue to play 3yds off the ball prior to the snap,
unless the offense is in the redzone (10yd line or inside the 10yd
- The defense can show any formation anywhere on the field.
- The (2) 17 minute halves have been removed. Games will now feature (4) 10 minute quarters of football.