Last week Drew Brees has his best game of the season against me, Santana Moss goes off and I lose by a point. I am not too confident about going up against Aaron Rodgers vs Jacksonville's defense this week.
You should be able to pick him up if he clears waivers, but placing a player on waivers means everyone else gets a chance to put in a claim for him before you get the chance to claim him back.
Isn't that how waivers work in almost every sport that uses them?
I thought if you put someone on waivers in most sports you could retract it or something?
Anyway, it seemed reasonable that if someone is on waivers, you should be able to put a claim in, regardless of if you were the one that dropped him or not.
I was prepared to lose Fitzpatrick if someone below me had claimed him and my claim didn't have the priority for it. That was not the case. I lost Fitz because the stupid system didn't let put a claim in in the first place.
I was prepared to lose him, if waivers worked the way they were supposed to. My team is struggling, so I decided it would be better to roll the dice and see if I could pick someone up for some extra points rather than have a blank spot in my roster worth 0.
But waivers didnt work they way that it would make sense for them to. And I am really, really annoyed.