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Why cannot Yahoo remove the drop restriction for premier players once playoffs begin? Having a player that gets injured/tired/shutdown for a week or two can be an Absolute Killer to some teams.
Genius, if you want this done you have to start your own league and adjust the settings accordingly. To come on here or suggest that Yahoo do it any differently just for YOU when they have done it the same way for a million finished leagues is really really really really STOOPID...It's just the way it is. They will never change it in public league play. Your post is worthless drivel.
- 1 Reply to Vince Lombardi
Leo for a former MLB Manager you are a dumb #$%$.
BTW See your post from last year during football & basketball season #$%$ about the same thing.
Brandon Lyod and Anquoin Boldin
By Leo Durocher . Oct 14, 2011 9:21 AM . Permalink
BOTH on my Cant's Cut list. Why sare these guys can't cut players when they both SUCK?!
By Leo Durocher . Jan 11, 2012 12:45 AM . Permalink
Why is this clod a "Can't Cut" player--#$%$??
I'm in roto leagues and can't cut list is killing me. Got dead wood hogging up roster space and can't use up innings or fill in for days off because of 5 cant cut Septmeber duds. Awful rule - intent is to stop people runing league, cheating/colluding - but no risk of that exists in September
Agree w/ this - I just tried to drop Kershaw who is likely going to be shut down for the season - and I was unable to. Infuriating in the championship week in head-to-head playoffs when I could have added a 2-start streamer for the upcoming week.
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