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noseeum wrote:If you're not contending, they're worth zilch to you, so it leaves you with little bargaining room, decreasing the value you should get.
I don't like contracts because of this.
bellings wrote:noseeum wrote:Fantasy should reflect reality, which is why some league use contracts. I like the idea of contracts, but like noseeum said, if you aren't competing they are worth zilch. This is where fantasy departs from reality, becaue a real team club needs to sell tickets and field a competitive team. You will probably need some sort of rule to prevent total unloading of final-year contracts.
noseeum wrote:We do a 2 round draft surcharge per year you keep a player. If you end up keeping to the point where he should cost "more" than a first rounder, than you start charging round 1 plus a late round pick that again goes up two rounds a year. Eventually, EVERY player will be too expensive.
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