• Posts Tagged ‘commish’

    Pay your dues…or else

    by  • October 21, 2013 • Culture • 0 Comments

    Don’t be a douche. Fantasy football season is well underway. If you haven’t already, it’s time to pay your dues to your league commish…or maybe the collector will find you?

    Sure, the video’s a little goofy, but it is important to pay your dues. Bugging people to pay up might be the worst thing about being commissioner of a fantasy football league unless you still have trade vetoes.

    If you really have issues, you might give a service like Crowdtilt a try. The big advantage of Crowdtilt is that it requires every member of the league to pay before prize money can be paid out, which means your entire league will put pressure on those stragglers instead of just you as the commish.

    Not a bad trick, right?

    How to Evaluate a Fantasy Football Trade

    by  • November 23, 2011 • Tips & Strategy • 6 Comments

    Every league has its issues, but I’ve never come across a league that didn’t have a problem evaluating trades. Whether you’re trying to figure out what to offer another team or debating whether a trade is “fair,” there is no perfect method. Every league is different — different sizes, different scoring systems, different starting...

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    To Waiver Wire or Not to Waiver Wire?

    by  • July 9, 2009 • Culture, Waiver Wire • 23 Comments

    It’s a debate that rages in my leagues just as the first league emails start to go out. The date of the draft hasn’t even been decided. The chips and beverages of choice are still safely on store shelves, but the league emails begin with the eternal debate: “Why don’t we change the waiver...

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