thesmata wrote:I guess I'm in the extreme minority here, but that trade stinks to high heaven. I would veto the crap out of that trade in my league - unless of course I was the one getting Miles.
That trade is the definition of unbalanced IMO. You fleece this dude in the third week and take all the money. Good for you bad for everyone else. It shouldn't matter what place people are in at this point of he season as it's still W I D E open - except for the dummy who falls for a TERRIBLE 2 for 1 and loses the only true number one guy he has on his whole roster. How is that guy 2-0 even with Miles Austin?
But then again what the heck do I know...
lol while I have no problem with a disparaging opinion vetoing trades is about collusion and rigging teams...this guy is an intelligent adult, he paid his money to be a manager and clicked "accept" on the trade of his own volition, and now the powers that be have decided it's NOT a good trade for him and have vetoed the trade, without even going into the conflict of interest it presents when competing managers can veto the trades of their peers in the same league, it just seems like a form of Fantasy Fascism: You can't manage your team so let US manage it for you...what's next? The commish resets his lineup because "so and so player is a waaay better start at Flex"??? Where does it end?