merc wrote:We all understand and expect when a player gets hurt and cannot play.
We also understand the risk we take when we draft a wife beater, bar fighter, or drunken driver, and expect some off time during the year for them.
BUT, TO is none of that and only fights and voices his opinons for what he thinks is right and just.... kinda like the American way.
So.... why should any of us be punished if our TO Phila BS causes us to lose money??? First, we should all sue the Phila management and name McNabb for our losses.
Second, we should all freeze the leagues payouts until those lawsuits are answered.
Finally, future leagues need to make room for some owner's personal choices in activating and de-activating players based on how much they like or dislike those players.
IMO... there are lots of players who have sinned much more than TO and are still playing.... and that is prejudice... plain and simple.
To pay others based on that prejudice is to justify and approve of that prejudice.
If you are a commissioner, I implore everyone in your league to find a new one next year.
No matter what any NFL player does or has happen to him, it should not affect Fantasy Football rules or payouts.
Why don't you let Drew Rosenhaus and T.O.'s lawyers defend T.O.'s honor (honor - kind of an oxymoron, eh?).