I know on Yahoo you can set your lineup for the whole season all at once if you want, or do it once a week, once every two weeks etc. Now, if you have a player that gets hurt in the middle of the week and you have him in your starting lineup for the next four weeks, it will keep him on your active roster. Personally, the leagues I get in (that don't involve money, and I play just for fun) I access on Monday morning and set my roster until the next Sunday (1 week). If a player gets hurt during the week, I will try to check back with my team and move him out of my active roster and replace him. If I don't have time that week, oh well, but I do make adjustments that next Monday so that I don't have an inactive player in my active roster for more than 6 days max. That keeps it fair for all teams in the league. I simply don't think it's far that one team plays you head to head and they beat you because you had an injured player on your active roster, and then another team loses to you because you got around to adjusting your roster against them. I know the way I do it isn't perfect and does leave room for improvement, but at the same time, I am keeping active as much as I can. It really doesn't have to take too much time if you don't want it to. Teams that I accessed once a week and set the roster like I described above have won championships. It can be done.
P.S. If someone wants to start a league for the "super busy" on Redszone, or first time players, I would be glad to join that league. I am competitive, but I don't have to be in a league with "all former champions of leagues" or anything. The leagues I join outside of work are just for fun and I treat them as such.
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Last edited by Red Leader; 02-18-2003 at 01:51 PM.