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Agreed, this is our 17th yr doing FF & since it went online we've tried several sites...Yahoo is the best imo.
This mishap Sunday was definitely frustrating, but it could've happened on ESPN, Sporting News, CBS Sportsline...etc. It happened-it's over-move on!
Kid well put! And if they thought Yahoo wasnt the best they wouldnt be here.Yahoo is always trying to improve the site each year in Fantasy Sports they try to have new features and design and they respond pretty quick when you email them regarding league or site issues.We all know its frustrating when issues occur especially when those issues affect our team in a negative way,those who benefited from this(most were who played against the team who had issue) they are smiling.In the end Yahoo did the best they could've done.Good Luck All!
- 1 Reply to John G
John, I'm curious...Why even take the time to write that? What did you gain by it? If it made you feel better after you posted it, then great I guess, I just don't understand.
I'm going to try it too & see if it makes me feel better:
Hey John G., I don't think he wants his pacifier back since we can see it protruding from inside the seat of your jeans...he'll buy a new one, you can keep it. You may want to ask someone the preverbial question..."Do these jeans and this pacifier make my a** look big?"
Nope...didn't make me feel better, but I did chuckle writing it. I'm sure you'll report it...
- 1 Reply to Kevin
If you have money on the line, then you should have the contact information for the commissioner and should have called/text/emailed him with your intended changes. As a commissioner, I was able to do that for a couple of people later in the evening.
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