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  • Conner Conner Nov 22, 2012 11:51 PM Flag

    People telling other people who to start/sit via the smack talk box

    You, or any other manager for that matter, doesn't have to listen to anyone. I think they have the right to put their two cent in, just because you're afraid that some of this advice may cost you a win is not a reason to make a rule.

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    • I understand I don't have to listen. Thats the problem... is that I know what I'm doing, so if people try to help me, it doesn't help me. If someone helps my competitor, then that levels the playing field.

      So you are of the opinion that if the Texans play the Jets that Arian Foster should be made to wear really heavy pads and ankle weights, so that the Jets can compete since all they have is Shonne Green?

      Shouldn't the best be able to maintain their advantage? The smartest don't need the advice. The guy who was going to lose does.

      I don't see any support for your argument that they have the "right to put in their 2 cents."

      What exactly gives them the right? Why? What is your rationale?

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      • I'm not talking about putting weights on anyone? I'm just saying unless everyone is complaining about people posting why you should you have that choice? Can you also make the rule you can not use the articles posted by the "Yahoo Experts", visit websites, call the other managers and get their opinions,etc? I don't care what info people get from other people, they have to still play the game. I would rather play the best possible lineup, makes it more fun. If I wanted to get easy wins I would just join a league like yours with rookies and say, "hey no helping!"

 

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