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Trade Veto

Postby SdxFactor » Tue Sep 24, 2013 6:25 am

RG3, Wilson for Edlemen, Jared Cook and Pryor

Getting some resistance people feel it's unfair even though Wilson been under performing.
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Re: Trade Veto

Postby Delhomme17 » Wed Sep 25, 2013 12:15 pm

You should only veto a trade if it involves obvious collusion between owners. An involved player's over- or under-performance shouldn't be an issue. Let the deal go through, no question about it.
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Re: Trade Veto

Postby Honeybadgers » Sat Sep 28, 2013 9:54 am

Delhomme17 wrote:You should only veto a trade if it involves obvious collusion between owners. An involved player's over- or under-performance shouldn't be an issue. Let the deal go through, no question about it.


I agree with Delhomme17. Only other time I'd consider vetoing, 1) if you are the commish of a fun league and you have a newbie that is being taken advantage of. Even then I probably wouldn't veto it but have a private conversation with newbie to make sure he/she knew the ramifications of the trade. 2) if a player that is out of the money is trying to destoy the league but dumping his best players.
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