- — (@TheWaiverHounds)Mon, Mar 19 2012 10:54:08@TheFFGhost Love it! The Oline is the most important aspect of a successful nfl offense; why not have fantasy games try to account for that?
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- I've played in leagues that require that you start an offensive line and it was not a pleasant experience. The people were all nice enough but offensive line killed the experience for me. Even on an amazing day the line would only score a fraction of the points of even your lowest starter. More often than not the offensive line position would actually score negative points. It became an exercise in frustration and ultimately led me to abandon the leagues at the end of the season. It's now a format I solidly avoid.
- — (@ShanePHallam)Mon, Mar 19 2012 10:54:08
- — (@RumfordJohnny)Mon, Mar 19 2012 10:54:08
- — (@hattywaiverwire)Mon, Mar 19 2012 10:54:08@TheFFGhost the more positions you add you better have the right owners. Could be a turnoff for some owners. I wouldn't recommend it for all
- — (@MBronteDynasty)Mon, Mar 19 2012 10:54:08@TheFFGhost I think it's not worth the extra trouble and leagues that inc. it are just attempting to add an something unusual and not fun.
- — (@footballdiehard)Mon, Mar 19 2012 10:54:08@TheFFGhost As long as you have a stable, consistent method of scoring their performance, I'm all for it. The more the merrier.