General Message Board
- Steve H Steve H May 4, 2016 9:45 AM Flag
Public league trades are league votes. If 1/3 of your league votes to veto the trade, then it is vetoed.
Private leagues can have the same system, but can also be commish only, meaning the commish alone allows or vetoes the trade.
Pro leagues, if any player protests the trade, Yahoo! will review it and make a determination as to allow the trade or veto the trade.
- Steve H Steve H May 3, 2016 4:06 PM Flag
The rules are the same as public leagues with a few exceptions, like all drafts are live, all trades can be reviewed by Yahoo!, you cannot have a co-manager and you have to live in a state where it is legal.
For football, each league will have 10 max but it is possible, though rare, to be placed in a smaller league.
H2H and Roto are both available.
$20 pays $100 to the winner, $60 to 2nd and $20 to 3rd. Yahoo! rakes 10%
- Steve H Steve H May 3, 2016 4:00 PM Flag
Enable Keeper League Management tools
From your league's homepage:
Under "League Management," click Edit Keeper Settings.
- This link can only be clicked prior to your league's draft.
Select Yes, enable Keeper League Management tools.
Deselect to disable. Disabling will require your league to restart the keeper declaration process later if you re-enable.
- Steve H Steve H May 3, 2016 12:51 PM Flag
The Pro leagues aren't open yet. They usually open up about a month before the start of the regular season.
- Steve H Steve H May 2, 2016 3:13 PM Flag
I'm with Evil. If I were playing for money, I'd wait until the last week of preseason to draft.
That being said, look for Pro league to open up about a month before the reg. season starts.
- Steve H Steve H May 2, 2016 3:11 PM Flag
He is not in the Player pool because he is suspended for 2016.
You as a league will need to decide how to handle the situation in your league. If someone has Josh Gordon, you may want to include them in the conversation.
- Reply to Frostbite May 1, 2016 9:10 PMSteve H Steve H May 1, 2016 9:54 PM Flag
Because.....the answer to most of your questions can be find in the Help section.
And many times the questions you ask have been asked and answered previously.
- Steve H Steve H May 1, 2016 11:59 AM Flag
What you say is true, before the NA rosters slots were added in private leagues. In the old days, it didn't matter if SUSP players were NA or not because the NA roster slot was not available. Now SUSP does not qualify for NA.
- Steve H Steve H May 1, 2016 11:52 AM Flag
Waivers and trades run in the same overnight batch cycle. How did a waiver claim affect your trade? Name the specific players involved with both.
- Steve H Steve H Apr 29, 2016 10:58 AM Flag
The options on CCL are you use it or you don't use it in private leagues. Editing the CCL by the league commish is not an option.
I suggested practicing a little patience in this case.
- Steve H Steve H Apr 29, 2016 9:52 AM Flag
Also, this news came out very late Thursday night. Yahoo! is based in CA so the folks that control things like the CCL probably are still home asleep.
Give them some time, they'll fix it.
- Steve H Steve H Apr 29, 2016 9:34 AM Flag
You saw it, but not for football. The 2 week championship option can exist in baseball, basketball and hockey but the regular season schedules have to 4 or more game days in the final regular season for the option to exist.
Example, NBA this year, 2 week option was not available because the final week of the regular NBA season only had 3 game days.
- Steve H Steve H Apr 29, 2016 9:31 AM Flag
This cannot be done on the Yahoo! platform per se.
What you would have to do as commish is go into Edit Team Points after each week and add 5 points to some player(I would suggest like a K or the DEF) on the winning team.
Expert Fantasy Advice
Andy Behrens and Dalton Del Don discuss Chris Sale's new pitching to contact style and go over all the most popular waiver wire adds. … More »
As our fantasy football mock rolls along, several rookie RBs including Kenneth Dixon, Jordan Howard, Paul Perkins grab our fanalysts' attention. … More »
A look at Wednesday's DFS slate. … More »