4th rankedGathering feedback · 270 comments · Fantasy Football » Position Eligibility · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Most sites I've used, don't allow you to change the roster limits after the draft. And the roster limit would only affect you if the league you are in uses them. If they chose to not use them, or set the number really high, you won't even know they are there.
Every other service I've ever used has this. It makes life so much easier for the Commish. We have roster limits in our constitution, and it would be nice to not have to monitor every team every week to make sure they haven't violated the roster rules.
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59th rankedGathering feedback · 8 comments · Fantasy Football » Draft Issues · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Thanks for the suggestion. But again, I understand how the current system works. I came to the suggestion board to suggest something different as I'm not a fan of how it currently works.
It's very similar to the roster limit. I can tell everyone what the roster limits are, but again, then it's up to the commish to constantly monitor everyone's roster.
I understand that it can be done by telling people how many to keep, and then verifying it. But this can result in people selecting too many keepers, and then as a commish I have to chase people down and find out who they wanted to keep. If I'm going to have to do that anyway, why bother even using the system?
The point of using a hosting service is to have it make life easier for the commish.
To the commenter that said you can already do this, please tell me how.Anonymous shared this idea ·