Draft and Trade Talk Message Board
- John Cheesehead John Cheesehead Jul 2, 2014 9:24 PM Flag
There is lots to do as Commish to ready the Keeper settings. After setting a Keeper Deadline, owners can go to their team pages, click the tab "KEEPERS", and select their keepers by checking the box by the players name. After the deadline they can be edited into the Draft Table, with the non-keeper players essentially being "cut" and winding up on the Players List,, which is the pool from where you league will draft. Use the tutorials offerered for Keeper League procedures.
- John Cheesehead John Cheesehead Jun 30, 2014 9:42 PM Flag
I agree with Robin,,, a bench too large reduces player movement, trades, etc, while rendering the free agent pool worthless.
- John Cheesehead John Cheesehead Sep 11, 2013 9:47 AM Flag
First, the player has to have that designation in the NFL. Next, click on the player in your roster...and among the other possible positions where he can be put, will be IR, --IF YOUR LEAGUE IS SET-UP TO HAVE IR POSITIONS in the roster settings!
- John Cheesehead by John Cheesehead Sep 9, 2013 10:54 PM Flag
Was everyone else at ESPN wore out from the long NFL weekend? He is un-energetic, seems unprepared, and uninteresting. Trent Dilfer, when given the chance to speak, is a great improvement. Get Berman out of there!
- John Cheesehead John Cheesehead Sep 9, 2013 8:44 PM Flag
click on the player that you want to move, and it will highlight eligible positions where that player can be put on your roster.
- John Cheesehead John Cheesehead Sep 9, 2013 8:40 PM Flag
I was dropped from a first-year Dynasty League today (replaced as owner) because it was an "All-Sports" league that included hockey, NBA, and baseball. The problem was that nobody had informed me of that little tidbit of information until after this first week of NFL season had started! (I had drafted a really solid team too!!) It wouldn't have been fair to the other owners for the league to keep me thru sports/seasons that i have no interest in.
I am very active and am an every-week player. Do you still have openings? Is this a Keeper?
Keeper preferably.. I am willing to start new or take over and resurrect an absentee owner's team. Am experienced and active owner. Please allow draft pick trades!
- John Cheesehead John Cheesehead Dec 7, 2012 1:01 PM Flag
a hot hand is one thing, someone you trust is another. Go with the better matchups. Take Luck vs. Titans in a divisional battle.
- John Cheesehead John Cheesehead Dec 7, 2012 12:53 PM Flag
10 points, actually. "Pretty dumb"?? Really? Its just different. Its not a league with rubber-stamped settings. Like i said... those scores change real games, and should have greater impact in fantasy. You don't have to like it. The league members like it and thats all that matters.
- John Cheesehead John Cheesehead Dec 6, 2012 2:06 PM Flag
Similar question from me, but let's expand on it. Now that you've chosen the Raiders TE over Rudolph, what about Myers, Heath Miller, or Gresham?
- John Cheesehead John Cheesehead Dec 6, 2012 1:59 PM Flag
Am in a league where the Commish did that mid-season without permission on a team's roster cause the owner wasn't able to set lineup in time before game. The Commish even went as far as adding and dropping players to fill a starting lineup. "tried to make it a fair match-up", he said. The Commish was ostracized heavily. He would have been better off replacing the poor owner, than altering the roster.
- John Cheesehead John Cheesehead Dec 6, 2012 1:50 PM Flag
Restore his dropped players, lock his team. Don't invite him back, or if its a Keeper, find a new owner with better character and sportsmanship.
- John Cheesehead John Cheesehead Dec 6, 2012 1:39 PM Flag
I do it in both my leagues, with negative point penalties though. I also credit the DEF for making 3 and outs, and 4th down stops. DEF/ST get 3 more points for TD's too than offensive players, cause I believe that DEF scores are absolute game and momentum changers on the field, and should have similar impact in fantasy. My leagues aren't driven by defenses like you would think, but the settings give them a more balanced impact in fantasy matchups.
- Reply to MARK Nov 28, 2012 1:09 PMJohn Cheesehead John Cheesehead Dec 6, 2012 1:20 PM Flag
Rule should have been changed prior to season start when the NFL made their rule changes regarding IR players. It is what it is.
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