I play in a regular Yahoo league, but we get to keep 3 players each year. This year we decided to have a rookie draft, where you could draft 3 rookies, and protect them, and they would not count as one of your keepers as long as you didn't activate them. We had no plausible way of doing this on Yahoo, so we all agreed that we would put the rookies our rosters, BUT if they are activated than you must drop a player from your active roster (because rookies aern't considered on that roster until you play them). We all agreed to police ourselves on this issue, and we agreed that there would be "SEVERE" consequences to those who violated this rule.
Well, this week my opponent violated this rule, and it actually made the difference between winning and losing. He had picked up Abraham, which put him over his max roster. He won by .5 points, and Abraham scored a TD and that is what won him the week.
I do no think that it is fair that he is "rewarded" for breaking the rules. I think that he should be awarded an automatic loss, or should at least have the points by Abraham disqualified. Others (who are only looking out for their own interests) simply think that he should just lose a draft pick. Whats is your opinion?