Commissioner Corner Message Board
There are two managers in my league currently with a trade pending between them involving Brady, Green-Ellis for Ryan and L.McCoy. Now the first manager with Brady has been eliminated from playoffs and was threatening to drop his team for the "Benefit of others." I locked him from Dropping players. So he goes and does a trade. Does this smell to you?
I am the league commissioner. I thought this was a discussion room for commissioners not people who want to express their opinions on how everyone around them are idiots. Each league is set up differently. I know how I set mine it up and that is fine with me. Just wanted input from people with actual intelligence on whether this appears to be collusion.
- 3 Replies to Peter
Alright, been a commish for 15+ years and if you didn't set a trade deadline to prevent this type of situation, then there isn't much you can do. Are you afraid to go up against Brady against JAC after coming off his first home loss in DEC since #$%$ who knows how long?
Well there should have been a deadline set to avoid things like this but since it is not I think the trade is fair. McCoy is playing this weekend and Matt Ryan is coming off a huge game. So in a way I doubt this will have much of a difference on the out come. But for next season keep this in mind set a trade deadline if you plan on being a commish next year
I forgot to mention the team that will be getting Brady is in the Championship against me. I don't want to look like a D### for blocking the trade because then it would appear like i'm doing it for my benefit.
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