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Discussion in 'Fantasy Football' started by NYJalltheway, Jul 25, 2015.
If everybody wants, I'll put it on, but I know how some people bitch about in season changes.
I installed the basic game time-tuesday waivers. If anyone wants to throw a bitch fit, I can switch it back, but typically people want a waiver system. It's standard rolling list. Complaints? Post here.
Yeah waivers is needed. First come first serve basis is dumb. Good change
Leagues usually don't changes league settings during the season. It's a standard fantasy football thing.
Why are you changing a setting we had for all of last year and the start of this year after the season starts? Because a Pats fan picked up a 3rd WR who plays HBack in a 10 man league? lol. Enunwa is barely even fantasy relevant, and people are bitching about it. I don't care either way, I play in leagues with all different waiver settings. Open is more fun for me, but I can understand why casuals don't like it.
I understand anyone being upset about a change. The first two people I've heard from were in favor. I personally don't really care either way, I just figure the majority would want it.
I don't think being in favor of waivers has anything to do with being a casual fantasy player or not. Having waivers adds more skill than just being able to rush to the computer first and pick up Joe Schmo because you saw a star RB get hurt. Something we should definitely look into for the future is FAAB waiver system. Now that is some interesting stuff.
Yeah it's a very interesting style. I've done it once, and enjoyed it. We can debate that next Off-Season.
I am never benching Diggs again.
Haha, I have to try and compete atleast till I get Brady back.
Being able to do add/drops 24/7 means you basically have to react to news as soon as it happens. Add/Drops are much harder when you're under time pressure to make them. The other league I play in has open FA's all the time, but it puts the player you drop on waivers, so you can not add back your drop before they clear waivers and the rest of the league gets first dibs on them.
So you basically have to make a split second decision if you want to drop your last running back (Say, Christine Michael) for Jerrick McKinnon during the Vikings game when AP is hurt. Wait too long and someone else will get McKinnon, go to fast and maybe you drop the wrong player. It's a lot more difficult than just having the higher waiver priority.
That said, I think FAAB is the best system of all, would be pretty happy if we had it.
Yeah FAAB should definitely be the move for next year
@Organized Chaos Fuck you Gronk. Fucking decoy bullshit. I lost by not even 2 damn points, and would have won had I just kept the Steelers tight end in, which I ALMOST DID. ALFJSDFJDASLFAJDSLFKJSDFJSKLFJDSKLFJEAIFJSJLKDS
Hah, yeah I got pretty lucky there. It would have been pretty hard to sit gronk if he is active.
@dawinner127 wow man... i'm so sorry lol... I just noticed that score.
Lost by less than a yard..Stat Correction? Maybe?
I just noticed now you won by 4. So I would have lost by less than a point if I didn't start Gronk. I feel a little better lol.
I'm in the market for a running back and have too many WRs. I can spare say Jordy Nelson,Will Fuller or Marvin Jones Jr.
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