My Commish Rules

Trades

It seems to happen at least once a year – you get an alert that one of your fellow owners has traded his star RB away to a team making a championship run. League veto power can only do so much and forcing the Commish to make a judgement call on whether or not to allow the trade is not much better. 

 

Thankfully, we thought through these problems and offer you an array of solutions that provide an equitable and engaging transaction system. 

Our Trade Rules

Commish Trade Veto

Remember that time your parents let you dress however you wanted and you went to school wearing a cape and your sister’s pants and roller skates and I’m beginning to think […]

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Trade Deadline

Maybe a trade deadline seems too aggressive for your league. Hey, we’re all just here to have fun, right? Until Jeff, 3-10, postseason dreams dashed and life crumbling around him, […]

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Trade Summit

There is a reason the Fantasy Draft is one of the most exciting aspects of each fantasy football league. It is the meeting of the minds where all you leaguemates […]

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More Roster Rules

So Flex Zone

They knowwwww better. And you should know better as well. Gone are the days where we put owners in a box and limit their freedom and creativity. “You must have […]

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Drop Defense

Less predictable than a family reunion is the DST position in any fantasy football league. A good NFL defense can sometimes translate to successful fantasy football numbers, but no expert […]

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Rounded Keepers

Keepers leagues have become a common league practice. In a standard keeper league, you are able to carry over a certain number of players from your previous year’s roster to […]

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Superflex

You know how every word becomes better when you put “super” in front of it? Super Bowl. Superman. Super Buffet. See what I mean? So what does this mean for […]

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You're the Commish.
Make your own rules.