OK, I'm in a league where almost everyone is new to FF--including the commish. He's meant well, but because he's new many things in this league are unique. Unfortunately we have some owners who are taking advantage of this and it's spoiling things for the rest of us.
I would like to keep this league going--it's been fun aside from the shady transactions. I am thinking of proposing a 3-commish league next season. Here's why:
a) three heads are better than one theory: with 3 commissioners more solutions to problems can be thought of before-hand. Rules, regulations, etc. can be addressed by 3 minds instead of just one. Since the minds are all new to FF three might be necessary.
b) democracy instead of monarchy: trade vetoes, rule amendments, etc. can be put to a majority vote instead of just one person making the call. Our commish turned off his trade veto power and now the damage has been done; even if he turned it back on it's too late for most of us.
c) easier coverage: owners' questions and concerns could be addressed quicker with 3 commissioners. Trying to reach one could be a problem if he is at work or out of town. Having 3 to go to would make that easier.
I can see problems to this as well, but overall I think it might work. I'm thinking of bringing it up to our current commish and see what he thinks.
My question is, have any of you experienced this? Or do you have good arguments as to why you think it wouldn't work?
Passing TDs = 4
All other TDs = 6
100 yd rushing bonus = 4
All other basic scoring
VERY strict rosters...MUST have:
2 QBs (start 1)
3 RBs (start 2)
4 WRs (start 2)
2 TEs (start 1)
2 D/STs (start 1)
2 Ks (start 1)
Flex--ANY offensive player