Entertainment / Fantasy Football / Draft Dashers
Draft Dashers: People who enjoy drafting a fantasy football team, but disappear long before the season is over, abandoning their team.
Overdraft Protection: Overdraft protection is a bank line of credit. Itís activated if you have insufficient funds to cover a check written against your account, up to a predetermined limit. As with other forms o . . . View Full Definition
Overdraft: An overdraft is a withdrawal from a bank account that exceeds the funds you have available. If you overdraw your account and you have overdraft protection, the bank will transfer money up to . . . View Full Definition
Payable Through Drafts: A method of making payment that is used to maintain control over payments made on behalf of the firm by personnel in noncentral locations. The payer's bank delivers the payable through draft . . . View Full Definition
Mock Draft: A 'fake' draft that is not played out during the season that often is used to help determine average drafted position. NFL.com does a number of mock drafts during the season to help give fan . . . View Full Definition
Sight Draft: Hypothetical position referring to noninvolvement in a stock; merely watching.
Updraft: A small scale current of air with vertical motion. If there is enough moisture, then it may condense, forming a cumulus cloud, the first step towards thunderstorm development.
Undrafted: A player who enters the NFL Draft but is not selected by any team in the draft's seven rounds. Undrafted players are free agents and can sign with whatever team he so chooses if that team is . . . View Full Definition
Trade Draft: The difference in the value of a nation's imports over exports (deficit) or exports over imports (surplus).
Snake - Serpentine Draft: Unlike the actual NFL draft, most fantasy drafts use the 'snake' system where the team with the first pick in Round 1 gets the last pick in Round 2, followed by the first pick in Round 3. Co . . . View Full Definition