Question for you guys... I'm a huge fan of the superflex and really don't get how anyone would want to do the old standby, where all you do is pick RBs and WRs and can wait on nearly every other position, it makes for such a ridiculously lame draft, in my opinion. I have a couple of guys in my 12 team league wanting to get out of the superflex, back to the very boring solo QB option. This is what we've done the past two years: 12 team league - 10 Starters - 6 on bench 1QB - 2RB - 2 WR - 1TE - 1K - 1DEF - 1 RB/WR/TE FLEX - 1 Superflex 4 pts QB TD, -2 INT, all other TD's 6 pts We currently put a limit at two QBs per roster, so there are QB options on the waiver wire, if needed. But it irritates them that they feel they're at a significant disadvantage when one of their QBs is on bye and their opponent has both their QB's and no backup RB or WR can match even a low-end starting QB. I don't wanna increase the limit to 3 QBs as that would probably leave teams at a disadvantage as well, with only 32 starters and all. So I did some brainstorming and thought, what if, we kept the QB limit at 2, but if you arrive at one of your QB's bye weeks, you can pick up a 3rd QB, but you have to get back down to 2 immediately after the week is completed. Obviously you'd have to find someone on your bench to dump for that 3rd QB, if you choose to go that route. Injuries are not an option, so if you have Aaron Rodgers and it sounds like he'll be out three weeks (and you're obviously not gonna dump him), you're simply gonna have to stick him on your bench and work with just 1 QB, for the time being. Is that a sensible option or am I not taking something into the equation?