I play in several leagues that let you update rosters up until the start of each player's game for that week--so guys that play on MNF can still be swapped up until game time Monday.So here's the question. If you had a player or defense still active going into Monday yet were holding the slimmest of leads going into the game (and your opponent had no one else yet to play), would you bench that player/defense if your league deduced for turnovers (for offensive players) or took away points from defenses based on points and yardage allowed?To the letter of the law, is this ethical? The other team did not have a chance to pull their players or defense if they were ahead, why should you get the chance?I've had this situation happen to me last year AND the year before. One time, my QB threw a pick on the first drive and was sacked, fumbled, and injured on the next drive for a grand total of -4 for the day. The other time, a WR had only one reception and fumbled and tried a razzle dazzle pass play that was intercepted and also had -4 for the day.I suspect that in leagues with a lot of points taken away for poor defensive play that that would be a common problem as well. I am in that same situation heading into tonight, and I'm trying to decide if yanking th TB defense is an uncool thing to do.