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Why in the world did they FORCE ALL Head 2 Head public leagues a max of 4 moves a week? Its A DAILY ROSTER MOVE GAME. So if I have someones hurt and have to pick someone up theres 1 of my 4.... What about off days where I need to fill my roster? I have played all fantasy sports ONLY on Yahoo and this may force me to play elsewhere. If they pull this in baseball next year, I wont be the only one leaving.
I'll tell you why..
I saves the game of people being added and dropped.
Without that limitation my Baseball playoffs got ruined.
The championship week guy was adding new pitchers daily.
Build your team. Tweak it. 4 adds/trades a week is plenty.
Its not intended to be a daily roster move game. Some mangaers made it that and basically ruined it for managers that enjoy playing but don't have time to make daily changes by adding and dropping players every day. Which really isn't managing at all.
Go ahead and play elsewhere if you don't like it. I personally am glad managers are limited to the number of adds, moves, changes they can make.
I was in a league a few years ago and the winner made 799 roster moves during the season and then bragged how good his team was when he finished first. He just had time to add and drop players every day and really had no skill at managing.
I favor limited moves or forcing maximum games played at each position. That way a manager really has to manage his team..
Are you ever a whiner!! It is not in every head to league I am in 3 and only one is set like that. You should have done some reading befroe you joined. Also if you need to stream players in and out on off days to be competitive you must not draft very well.
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