What would you suggest?
I've only done one other two QB league. That might be something interesting.
Well the standard 10 team league uses 16 roster spots for 160 players rostered, to keep that you'd want a 20 man roster. I'd want to stretch the bench a bit if we're adding spots, though I'm hesitant to add too many bench spots because it'd make it too easy to manipulate the free agent pool by stockpiling a single position. I'm also hesitant to add too many flex spots because while I think the variability can be good it'd again make it too easy for someone to force scarcity at a specific position.
With that preamble, here's my suggestion:
That adds on WR spot and one superflex to the starting lineups and one bench spot, which brings roster size to 19, still leaves a bigger waiver pool, but not excessively. The superflex would typically end up being a second QB spot (I had this discussion with a co-worker, I think there are a handful of times a different position would be used there, though it would be far less often in an 8 team league unless someone starts stockpiling QBs to fuck with everyone, but I think you can set a cap on specific positions to keep that from being an issue.
That said, I think we may be a little too close to the season at this point, and with an auction changing the roster settings is going to have a huge impact on player valuations
Edited by oochymp, 03 September 2017 - 11:50 AM.
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