Erik: I was going to suggest dump Yahoo for ESPN because it has punting as a category which I think would be awesome for our baroque points system......Anyway, short of adding the punters or some other obscure way of scoring, I mostly like how we have it, especially the negative pts on QBs. I would definitely be open to limiting WR blowup points, as you all have said.
Daryl: I am in favor of reducing PPR by a fraction, but not limiting it altogether, nor reducing the overall complication of the league, which is what makes our league so much fun.
Breck: I am frightened by change the way a big, dumb dog is frightened by thunder, and I like the way our current system spreads points around. On the other hand, I hate it when all those points bukkake on one team that has multiple flavor-of-the-week receivers, though. It can be a very feast-or-famine scoring scheme, but I don't think putting more weight on the RBs would alleviate that aspect of it.
Rob: I like that we are a PPR league that is less RB-centric than most others. I would hate to lose that aspect of the thing. AND: I like the scoring as is, but you fascists all seem to hate my freedom as embodied by huge point totals. So yes, I am good with a fractional PPR reduction. Also, I think the INT penalty for the poor QB's is a bit severe, but it isn't a big sticking point for me if you all love it. And I vote to stay with Yahoo.
Will: Have to agree with Rob that this league's bizarro scoring is what makes it fun and different than most other leagues.
Jacob: Jacob said...Lose a bench spot. Too much bench restricts waiver wire play.
Bob: I'm okay with the flex mods. I kind of liked the increased number of Defensive players, but I'm really not married to it -- more like a fun little tsotchke.
That's all I got, but it's in one place. See anything on here you agree with or disagree with? Say something in the comments and let us know.