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  1. Really? If true, that's a terrible rule.
  2. Curious about this as well. Why is Hines getting goal line carries? Is Wilkins active? If so, I'd expect Hines to be the 3rd option at best.
  3. There is nothing you can do about that. Near perfect coverage and the throw is as if Russ just handed it him.
  4. On the other hand, Russ seems to have all the touch today.
  5. Back in and had a target. Looks fine.
  6. Yeah. Vs NE it was a busted coverage. This one they just got outplayed.
  7. Any word on if Hollister is coming back?
  8. Yeah, McCoy is kind of weird in this regard. Even in his peak Philly days, he would routinely carry the ball that way (he doesn't do it all the time, but he does it frequently). But when you look at his stats over a large sample, he doesn't really have a problem. I suppose one could argue that opponents have picked up on his style and are now exploiting it, so if left unchanged we would see a dramatic increase in fumbling rate. I don't know if that's the case, but it is plausible. I also think if you're going to assign blame, Reid deserves at least some. McCoy has always done this. It's not something new. If he felt it was a problem, then he should have addressed it by coaching him to hold it differently.
  9. 1. I think the proper thing to do if you don't want to give him another chance, is removal from the league and forfeiture of the entry fees. Then you find a new owner for his team. It should be easy to find someone who is willing to manage a team for a free shot at some prize money. If you want, you can auction off the team to the highest bidder and get extra money into the pot. 2. Well, I'm not going to write it for you. Exactly how you do it depends on the dynamics of your league. But I'm sure you can imagine that there are more hostile and less hostile ways to communicate the problem. Just do the latter the best you can.
  10. 1. If he's reversing everything to the way it should have been, I think commish has done the minimum required. Awarding you a win even if you lose against his original lineup is not a remedy I would offer if I was commish (which it sounds like what you're looking for, if not, then disregard). Giving you a "free win" impacts the whole league. And while I agree that it is reasonable that he face consequences, I would favor different ones. 2. Beyond that, I'd probably post a league wide message detailing the situation to alert other owners to be on the lookout. Also I would do it to gently initiate a conversation on what the consequences will be should it happen again. A good commish will do this automatically, but it doesn't sound like you can count on it. So if he doesn't, then you should at the least make sure everyone is aware. I think if you word it delicately, no one will think you're being anything but reasonable.