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Re: High Waiver Priority = Overrated

Postby rainman23 » Sun Jun 24, 2007 12:00 am

Sometimes the best thing that can happen to you is burning that high waiver priority. Good opportunities come and go, and you're missing out because you're waiting for that incredible opportunity to arrive. That incredible opportunity that sometimes never gets there. The sense of freedom that arrives when you finally cash in can be exhiliarating. Especially that period when you now have LAST priority. No more free agents for you -- everything's a waiver pick! You can't drop any further! Your fellow managers are getting up early to nab that free agent pickup once he clears waivers. Not you -- you're putting in that waiver claim, and sleeping in. Life is good!
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Re: High Waiver Priority = Overrated

Postby tecmobowl12 » Sun Jun 24, 2007 12:20 am

rainman23 wrote:Sometimes the best thing that can happen to you is burning that high waiver priority. Good opportunities come and go, and you're missing out because you're waiting for that incredible opportunity to arrive. That incredible opportunity that sometimes never gets there. The sense of freedom that arrives when you finally cash in can be exhiliarating. Especially that period when you now have LAST priority. No more free agents for you -- everything's a waiver pick! You can't drop any further! Your fellow managers are getting up early to nab that free agent pickup once he clears waivers. Not you -- you're putting in that waiver claim, and sleeping in. Life is good!
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