Arlo wrote:I see nothing wrong with picking up players to keep them out of opponents' hands ... as long as you use roster spots to do so.
Picking up players and immediately dropping them just to extend their stay on the waiver wire is a different matter, though. That's something I'd stay away from.
I agree, our roster has 14 spots 8 starters and 6 bench players.
If you want to have 6 QBs on your bench thats fine with me. But you will give up your depth at RB WR etc.
Now someone who just drops the same spot over and over (aka churning) really is taking up many more spots than they should. If someone did that to me I would respond by churning 100 players a wk. Believe me by next yr. my league would have a rule against churning.
Yes we do have a rule against it. My advice don't do it. Its bs plain and simple.