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  • Eulogys Eulogys Nov 24, 2012 12:24 AM Flag

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

    So when someone in one of my league asks me for advice, I shouldn't give it to them because I might effect the outcome a game if he takes my advice? Are you Serious?

    Hey Eulogys, I just lost Gronk and need to pick up a TE, I feel it could make the difference in me winning and getting into the playoffs?

    Sorry Hillbilllys, I know this is your first year playing and all and your looking for advice and insight from a 15+ year veteran, but that just wouldn't be right because your opponent has a better team and record then you do and by you winning, that might somehow benefit me. So tough #$%$, go and figure it out on your own or ask someone else in the league who doesn't have anything to gain since their team sucks and they're out of the playoffs because the constantly chase the guy on the waiver wire who blew up the previous week thinking that it will be the same every week and then are shocked when that WR only puts up the 4.5 points he's been avg all year instead of the 26 he had in that 1 week. But I can count on you playing next year right buddy?

    Yeah, I don't think so.

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    • lol.... Its funny you ask this question. In my league, I've made it clear that if someone SOLICITS your advice, you are welcome to help them. I ask my league members all the time for sit em/start em advice. That doesn't mean I go and tell the guy who is about to start Charlie Batch, to NOT MAKE THAT MISTAKE....so that I can have a better chance at making the playoffs.

      So yeah...your post is appreciated, but it is outside the scope of my question, and I've already thought about your point.....about 3 years ago.

 

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