Fantasy Sports Quiz at gamerisms
Get your stat sheets ready because it's time for a fantasy sports quiz.
This 10 question FS quiz will take your knowledge to the limit. You'll
be challenged to make heads or tails out of this data. After taking
this test you'll be the top statistician at the next draft pick with
the vocabulary to back it up. Now, on to the quiz.
Fantasy Sports Quiz Questions 1 -5
1) What does the term 50/50 mean?
A. When your team wins half their games and loses half their games.
B. Contest event in which the prize pool is split evenly among the top
50% of the entrants.
C. A wild card player on your team that does well half the time.
2) What is a Cheat Sheet?
A. Sheet that has your roster on it, usually kept in your back pocket.
B. A piece of paper that has all the game results on it.
C. Term for rankings guide – the short version - put to good use during
3) What is a Contrarian player of
A. Lingo for a rebel or maverick that picks players others would pass
B. Someone who carefully researches each pick in excruciating detail
and remembers every stat.
C. Player that's never happy with their picks and is always asking
about your lineup.
4) What does Fade mean in fantasy
A. Refers to the strategy of steering clear of a certain players.
B. Lingo for trading away a poor player who suddenly starts doing very
C. When your team was doing well but is slowly declining each game.
5) What does the term Floor mean in
A. When you're in last place and have no chance of winning.
B. Is a ‘downer’ or worst of the results of a player, team or lineup.
C. When two or more players have the same exact score.
Fantasy Sports Quiz Questions 6 - 10
6) What does the term Shark
refer to in fantasy sports?
A. Skilled and opportunity-seeking player on the prowl for fish.
B. Player that prefers to pick from aquatic named teams.
C. Player that is more concerned with the refreshments than the game.
7) What does Sleeper mean in fantasy
A. Lingo for a player who has possibilities but attention is not being
B. Jargon for a bad player who's dragging your scores down.
C. Player that was doing poorly who you traded away and is now doing
8) What do Studs-and-Scrubs refer to?
A. When your team alternates between doing very well and very poorly.
B. Jargon for the roster mix of cheap and high-priced players.
C. Terms for a list of your players out because of injuries.
9) What does the term Transaction mean?
A. Refers to a lineup action like dropping, trading or picking up a
B. When three players agree to a three-way swap.
C. Calculating your scores after a game.
10) What does Late Swap mean?
A. Term meaning to swap players at the end of a season.
B. Lingo for swapping players after a game is over.
C. Refers to swapping one player for another before the event/game
Fantasy Sports Quiz Answers
50/50: A contest event in
which the prize pool is split evenly among the top 50% of the entrants.
Cheat Sheet: term for
rankings guide – the short version - put to good use during fantasy
Contrarian: lingo for a
rebel or maverick that picks players others would pass up.
. Fade: refers to the
strategy of steering clear of a certain players
. Floor: is a ‘downer’ or
worst of the results of a player, team or lineup
. Shark: a skilled and
opportunity-seeking player on the prowl for fish.
. Sleeper: lingo for a
player who has possibilities but attention is not being paid.
for the roster mix of cheap and high-priced players.
Transaction: refers to a
lineup action like dropping, trading or picking up a player.
Late Swap: refers to
swapping one player for another before the event/game starts.
Now that you've taken the gamerisms fantasy sports quiz find out how
you stack up.
1-3 correct: Peewee League, try again.
4-6 correct: Junior Varsity, you're getting there.
7-9: correct: Varsity Player, nice work
10: Congratulations! You are a Pro Player.
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