We have a rule that had to be implemented because someone was legally but actively trying to help one person win over another (He was picked up 6 quarterbacks that he didnt need just to try to hem up the guy who needed a qb) so that teams that are no longer in the playoffs cannot use the waiver wire (but can still do FCFS) This year we changed from a rolling WW to Blind bidding. My question is does that really change anything? I mean with the rolling ww you had to at least wait till everybody gets a player without picking again. Now with FAAB, if allowed and the guy that has faab money left could theoretically do even more damage (again assuming that player is out of the playoffs. The only real downside I see is the player who conserves his FAAB and doesnt get to use it when he doesnt make the playoffs. Have any of you been through this exact scenario? Is it common to not allow people out of the playoffs use their faab money to still pick up players?