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Dunknegg

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  1. Saw this blurb on yahoo sports and it was discussed last night: " Eligibility for these slots(IR) requires an official designation of "out," IR or PUP."
  2. Anytime between 8-9EST is good for me. I would lean toward later given the choice but not a show stopper.
  3. Don’t worry about it Tywin. I’m good with the 2nd.
  4. Just a little colon donation...apparently we don’t need the whole thing. You’d think for $3K a night you’d get decent internet
  5. The 8th would have been best for me but it disappeared. I’m told that the hospital room I’ll be in from 9/4-9/7 may or may not have good internet reception. That’s a shame as I thought it might be interesting to do a draft while on morphine That being said, while the 5th would work better all things being equal, I’d say the 2nd would be my most stable option as I’d be in prep mode on the 3rd and surgery the morning of the 5th.
  6. I was going to vote 3, 2, 1, but I’m happy with the Super flex option as well for this year. Is this effective only in leagues A-C? I know JamieL have been involved in this discussion, but unsure if he is planning on doing something similar in Experts or keeping the status quo. I would be ok suspending the relegation for this year due to the circumstances. Perhaps we require some type of penalty, either game/league related or just for fun for those who fair the worst in lieu of relegation.
  7. Many considerations to consider including those already mentioned. I’d be ok with it; however, I also think the owner needs to share some burden of keeping up. Perhaps the backup QB’s for a team whose starter is designated COVID I/A can’t be picked up by anyone for “x” number of days after said starter is placed on the COVID list. After that, they are fair game to be picked up. Denoting the actual day they were placed on the list would be determined by the transaction date he was placed on the list. Or, to make it easier, they are off limits until after that team’s next game and then the backups can be picked up via waivers.
  8. I have no preference one way or the other. I can see the benefit this year, but I don’t think they should be very large since the rosters are already large to begin with. Trying to track COVID related IR would be cumbersome for the commish IMO.
  9. That is both brutal and hilarious at the same time
  10. So true! While that week ultimately only cost me 15 points as week 10 ate my lunch like a lot of other people, it forced me to make picks in the playoffs I would not otherwise have made trying to catch Bronze. I figure I lost 15 pts(wk 5) plus 8 pts(wk 18), 4 pts (wk 19), 24 pts (wk 20) or 51 total. That would put me 2 points out of 2nd with no chance of winning. Learned my lesson for next year. it was fun guys!
  11. AARP just called wanting it’s mascot back.
  12. So when the playoffs come around, how does it affect confidence points available?
  13. I was wondering if there had ever been a season before with so many teams bunched so closely together. I feel like if the season were longer it wouldn’t really produce a lot of separation either.
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