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Fantasy Sports Genie wrote:To present the counterpoint: every time one of these guys is going to be brought up and isn't in our player pool, there is tons of Yahoo cursing and screaming about what idiots we are for not having them in the player pool Hard to imagine us saying, "Yes, we know about him. We know he's good. We know half our leagues are dying to pick him up. We'll be adding him in 4 days."
In my personal opinion, the right answer is for us to loosen the reigns a bit and provide a deeper player pool to begin with. But that isn't my call, and isn't as simple as what I just said. But I'm definitely pointing the "right people" at this discussion so we can take it under consideration.
jswede wrote:reenum wrote:Yahoo wins hands down in my opinion. They have a much better UI, it's easy to search the waiver wire, etc.
How is the waiver wire search different? (never used Yahoo)
jcde7ago wrote: doing a manual offline draft and plugging in the same players from the previous year?
Madison wrote:jcde7ago wrote: doing a manual offline draft and plugging in the same players from the previous year?
Bingo. Offline draft and the commish places all players on the teams they were drafted for.
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