for the second straight year, my ability to deal with a season ending injury is being hampered by the injured player being on the can't drop list. it seems an egregious way to add insult to injury that not only do I have to watch my MVP, McNabb, tear his ACL, but now i can't pick up Rivers as a replacement for him without dropping someone else, effectively commpounding my loss.
I understand the importance of maintaining the competative balance of leagues, but I have always found can't cut lists to be a heavy handed and somewhat unfair way to enforce this. it hampers an owners ability to cope with an injury, and at times prevents owners from making decisons that would actually bennefit their team. if for example, an owner wanted to drop, say Randy Moss for Colston, he would have been prevented from making that upgrade.
anyone else agree? disagree?