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Duff77
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Re: 170 teams

Post by Duff77 » Mon Apr 02, 2018 1:43 am

I'm just going to throw my two cents into this...

I've always felt that 16 teams is just too many. Too many owners get bogged down in the middle of the pack for too long and lose interest in their teams. I think 12-team leagues would run much more smoothly. Maybe even 10-team leagues with some form of interleague play. If, as has been suggested, a way can be found to preserve a league's history, the simplest solution may be to shrink a lot of these leagues down to 12 teams. Hell -- maybe even eight.
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Slvanlae
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Re: 170 teams

Post by Slvanlae » Wed Apr 04, 2018 6:18 am

LOL...I prefer the 24 team leagues. They are more active with waivers, claims and trades. Draft deferential substantial.

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Re: 170 teams

Post by Dogbelly » Sat Apr 07, 2018 10:03 am

Duff77 wrote:
Mon Apr 02, 2018 1:43 am
I'm just going to throw my two cents into this...

I've always felt that 16 teams is just too many. Too many owners get bogged down in the middle of the pack for too long and lose interest in their teams. I think 12-team leagues would run much more smoothly. Maybe even 10-team leagues with some form of interleague play. If, as has been suggested, a way can be found to preserve a league's history, the simplest solution may be to shrink a lot of these leagues down to 12 teams. Hell -- maybe even eight.
I like this idea.

I would submit that if preserving the leagues history is the hold-up, there may be other ways to do it. I'm no programmer so I may be way off base here, but is it possible to log the history in another forum?

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