ravage wrote:I commish a FFB league and will participate in at least two more, as an owner, this year. I hope I'm a good commish but I'm always trying to be better.
So what do you like to see in a fantasy commish? What do you dislike as a commish attribute? How should they handle rules changes, trading, preseason notifications, or any other thing you can think of?
I have a few examples both ways for me but would like to hear some of what everyone else thinks first.
Good topic for discussion.
The commish has to treat himself like he treats anyone else in the league. If you have a veto system set up, the commish shouldn't be allowing his trades before the voting is up. He shouldn't be changing the rules midseason to give him advantage. Any changes should be made before the season, and if anything has to change during the season, the entire league must agree. Basically, the commish should be hands-off until a conflit arises...no need to butt in and make unnecessary changes.