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rvthd wrote:I think keepong things simple is the best option. If we decide to use the waiver wire to supplement the 10 bench spots we are missing In yahoo it will cause problems.
As we have seen during the draft even with a spreadsheet tracking rosters, it is possible to lose track of owned vs unowned players. With all the player movement on waivers that will occur in managing daily lineups an owned player will get picked up by someone who doesnt own that player and it could cause an issue during a weekly matchup. We cannot expect the commish to constantly monitor all moves and make adjustments in case of an incorrect player pickup.
The other issue is in permanently dropping players. These will now have to be announced as opposed to simply dropping a player. In my opinion it adds another area for complications to occur. Ie. an owner forgets to make the announcement.
I am with the majority in saying we move to a site such as espn which will limit any extra overhead above what we already have with maintaining the minor rosters.
chipperjones wrote:can anyone explain just exactly why is yahoo so much better than espn. i've had no bad experiences with espn, but if you yahoo guys could point out the advantages to yahoo, then i'd be willing to think about changing my vote (which btw still currently stands on moving to espn).
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