All I can say is wow. I play i na 12 team that starts 2 QBs and even that is a pain because some teams can't get a third QB to play during their bye weeks and have to takes goose eggs. Of course this is part of the draft strategy, but I don't see any strategy in the above leagues because I have a feeling everyteam will be taking goose eggs. It will just be a matter of which team takes more.
Now this thought of a league where players could be on up to 2 teams is interesting. I might look into during a "for fun" league to try this out. I would just have to make every team have double the normal starter and bench requirements.
These types of leagues are intrguing IMO. It really affects draft strategy because you have to figure out which positions you want to covet and which positions you want to sacrifice. I'm sure waiver priority is also huge in a league like this. It's like chess compared to checkers.. probably too much work for me, I have a lot of leagues to follow as it is.
damn my 11 year old son just got picked off his flag football squad.
You could think of government workers like teenagers. You pay them an allowance, but do you get any work out them? They eat the food, put their feet on the furniture and complain loudly whenever they are unhappy.