Commissioner Corner Message Board
- THE G.M. THE G.M. Oct 17, 2013 7:42 PM Flag
I was just wanting input from the rest of the country. I think team getting Rice is getting better deal "this year". team getting brown is getting picks for next year. It was my trade that went through, I got brown and picks. I just didn't want to sound bias in any way, so I wrote it as anonymously as I could. read the other replies to see what is happening in my league. thx for reply
- THE G.M. THE G.M. Oct 16, 2013 6:55 PM Flag
Same commish vetoed a trade between two teams after both teams accepted. One manager didn't notice that draft picks were included so he wrote a plea for it to be vetoed. I just think managers should READ the trade offer instead of going for the accept button.
- THE G.M. by THE G.M. Oct 15, 2013 10:46 PM Flag
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- THE G.M. THE G.M. Oct 3, 2013 6:18 PM Flag
Thanks for the input. Commish accepted his trade Kenbrell and 20th rd pick for Avery and a 3rd. then vetoed the above trade and a Jordy and 21 rd pick for Baldwin and a 2nd round. Then switched setting to no draft pick trades and now league votes on trades.
Ray Rice and round 14 pick for Bryce Brown and 2nd round pick. H2H 14 team PPR. 2-2 team with Stafford Nelson Pettigrew Rice and Back up J. Bell are his keys. Other team needs a RB1. Rice falling short so far so sell high before gets worse or better, Brown backup waiting for McCoy to get smashed. 2nd round pick next year and Brown for basically Rice. Fair or Veto and who gets better deal?
- THE G.M. THE G.M. Jan 9, 2013 9:50 PM Flag
you can choose your keeper at the beginning of next season. So just hold on to your keeper till then. I don't know about after a season has started
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