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Here's why this is a terrible idea. Using this same example, if I drafted Alvin Kamara and didn't have the foresight to draft Ingram as well, that should 100% be my fault. Fantasy football is all about taking risks and seeing things others don't. There would be just an absurd amount of roster shuffling to make this work. A common top pick in my leagues was LeVeon Bell. I drafted James Connor in the late rounds of both of my leagues. Great foresight by me, as it turns out. If your method was implemented, would Connor just be plucked off of my roster to give to the guy who drafted Bell? Who would I be given to make up for that lost production? I guarantee whoever it was wouldn't match what I lost. So while injuries suck, you have to plan ahead. Keep a low level starter, a project guy, or have the smarts to take a handcuff. You have to hedge your bets. If you go all in on one guy and it doesn't pan out, that's on you.
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