If not, whatever.
Well, I can agree with morehead.
Once I saw the 4 bench players, I got excited because I knew I could add more wiggle room to play around with.
Sorry Bill, but it's the truth.
And you should have to give up a roster spot to pick up a free agent. Its part of the game. Deciding who to dump, and considering the risks is part of the game.
Again...this favors poorer players. Its easy to pick up a FA if you don't have to lose another player. Where's the skill in that?
I don't think that's necessarily true. How does expanding the bench by four slots, to pick up players that you -- yourself -- call "scrubs" favor anyone disproportionately. I'm not restricting the upper-tier teams from expanding their bench, it's a blanket decision that's equal for everyone. If you want to maintain your waiver position at #2, then that's fine -- don't put any claims in. Chances are, if you don't put any claims in, you'll be boosted to #1 on the waiver position.
Well, unfortunately, it can't be changed back.
I still fail to see where some teams are favored, when the waiver is in effect. Everyone would be favored equally.
There are a couple of players that weren't drafted that I have my eye on. If we expand the rosters, they will probably be gone. And at no cost to anyone by having to sacrifice a roster spot.