What does NG or DNP mean?

When building your lineups or checking your scores, you may see 'NG' or "DNP" by your player and wonder what this means. 

DNP means Did Not Play. If a player does not play in a game, they will receive DNP as their score and 0 points. This includes players who are not in the game-day lineup, and also players who are substitutes but remain on the bench and do not play.

NG means No Game. When building your lineups, if you see NG, your player does not have a game scheduled for that particular Game Week. A player with no games will not score in that Game Week. If a player is injured, they will be listed as NG.


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