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Protesting trades in Yahoo! Plus league experiences?

Postby j2the3rd » Tue Oct 07, 2003 8:20 pm

Hi,

Im involved in a trade in my Yahoo! Plus league and am just wondering if anyone has had experience in dealing with protested trades and how well Yahoo! is handling them?

In our league we have individual D players that are valued at least as high as O players in the scoring system. The goal was to create a balanced O & D squad on teams and make D really mean something more than tiebreakers...

The trade involves a LB that has 81pts in our scoring system and a WR that has 63...

My concern is they only might look at things at face value and go "AN O PLAYER FOR A D PLAYER? SCREW THAT" and cancel the trade...

Just wondering if anyone has some experiences Good/Bad to share on the Yahoo! Plus protesting system....
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Postby BradtheImpaler » Tue Oct 07, 2003 9:32 pm

well as long as it dont look like collusion, i dont see why there will be a problem from your other league mates...heck on a few occasions last season i traded defenders for offensive players....dudes like ray lewis for a average rb or decent wr shouldnt raise any eyebrows

as a matter of fact right now im trying to deal barlow to a guy who badly needs a rb this week, for his top scoring linebacker

if i get it, it will be a steal, but i doubt anyone will make any stink about it
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Postby mikehunt » Tue Oct 07, 2003 10:22 pm

that is it in a nut shell. I am the commish in our yahoo and I only reget if there is collusion. I feel if a guy wants to trade holmes for Betts then let him do it as long as there not throughing one another teams.

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Postby brdmaverick » Tue Oct 07, 2003 10:51 pm

ya, unless it is absurdly unfair (moment of insanity on someone else's part or collusion) then let it go. Rejecting trades was meant to stop cheating. If there is no cheating, let it go.
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