I'm a commish for an 8 team league & I set the waiver wire to reset each week to inverse in standings (meaning team with the worse record gets first shot at a free agent on Tues). Now a guy missed the playoffs & wrote this:
"I feel there are certain things you need to change before I play next year. #1 is waivers, just about everyone in Fantasy Football uses the ranking system, which means he who adds a player off waivers goes to the bottom. Not he who sucks always get first dibs. I put in for Larry Johnson at the same time. I should of got him because I hadn't picked someone from the waivers all year, so I know I definitely would of got him. However, because your team had a worst record you got him. Well that isn't fair, in a normal league you wouldn't of made the playoffs because your team wouldn't of been good enough. Now here is why the waivers is important. When you draft at the beginning of the year, that team is going to mostly carry you all season, and if it sucks then your waiver system gets them back into things, even though the good teams are winning they are unable to pick a player if you look at it. What if their player gets hurt, their unable to pickup player if someone has a worst record. Fantasy Football is based on drafting, if you draft a shitty team then if is your fault and you have to live with it."
So w/ch waiver system works or is he just bitter?