My recent fantasy football column for The Daily Item newspaper tackled a subject that is a sore subject for me: owners in a league micromanaging others who offer what seems to be one-sided trades. My rant starts here (and continues at the link below):
Sometimes fantasy football league commissioners have a tough job. Take, for example, one commissioner, who asked my opinion on a pending trade in his league.
Someone offered Peyton Manning and Marvin Harrison for Frank Gore. The trade was pending, based on league votes. Several people had voted to veto the deal, feeling it was too one-sided. The commissioner was wondering what to do next.
Issues such as these can get really messy and can actually ruin fantasy leagues. Deciding on who got the better end of the deal becomes a matter of opinion. One person’s idea of a one-sided trade could be another person’s idea of a good bargain deal. …
For the rest of the column, go here: ‘Veto the veto?’