What is the rationale for making me keep Alfred Morris when a half dozen RBs on the Waiver wire are better? My bench is cluttered with inconsistent Can't Cuts: Jamaal Charles and RG III (starting Carson Palmer, a more reliable bet).
It's less about "crying" than about fairness. If a person drafts three folks highly who turn out to be stiffs, he can't get rid of them and is stuck for the rest of the season. Their ought to be a mechanism to avoid this frustration, esp. in a "free" league. Owners will just give up and degrade the quality of play.