I don't have a reference point for the past, but as a premium member I think you guys already give away way, way too much content for free! (I also own a business in my regular life and I don't give any of my goods and services away for free, and I'd be an... Read More+4
I may be stupid, but I can't understand what the kid was supposed to do. He understands why he was kicked off when he was underage. So, what's the proper protocol for someone to start playing, once they turn 18, if they had an account previously that exist... Read More+1
I second the vote for bringing back Expert Survey and CVRs on the first part of the dropdown menu Read More
If Tommy TightEnd costs me, let's say, $950,000 because he drops an easy pass and I go from first to fourth in the milli-maker and I lose by exactly the amount of points that his reception would've accumulated, are you really saying that I can't be pissed ... Read More
Just chiming in with another voice to say the new page is terrible. Literally no one wants to see a list of the top performers - who aren't in your lineups - on the right side. FD really did a poor job with the new page. You go to the live page because you... Read More
I'd love to play on Yahoo! but Yahoo has banned Florida players since mid-2015. There is no rational explanation for this restriction. All other sites that I know of have no restrictions on Florida players. It's completely irrational for them to not allow ... Read More+1
Can't wait to see what they announce. A privately funded ballpark is the way to go. The tide has turned publicly against stadiums being approved by voters. Maybe it's unfair, maybe it's smart (as a Florida taxpayer I can think of 11 million better ways to ... Read More
kps3205s, I agree, the writing is on the wall for the Rays. They won't be there in 2028. Period. Where will they be, that's the question. But MLB isn't so quickly willing to abandon the entire state of Florida (or cede the state to the Marlins, who are ir... Read More+2
I would be interested in seeing how this has changed over the years. Paying up for top end pitching used to be safe. But with the way real life MLB has changed so that the three-true-outcomes approach is the norm (actually two true outcomes - K and HR), ho... Read More
Agreed. I'm definitely an idiot and a fish. I don't win. My highly un-anlaytical analysis of the winners - in which I see who finished first in the low dollar entry GPPs that I'm in - seems to indicate that the same sharps and pros are winning year after y... Read More
With certain MLB teams you can make an informed decision about who is going to pinch hit, and when that might happen. The Dodgers frequently take guys out after a couple of at bats. That said, I have no idea why someone would play a backup catcher. Read More
No, actually, you should give back double our entry fee if he wins twice! Read More+3
With my only big win (high 4-figures) I bought a new bed for one of my kids and paid my entire life insurance bill up front instead of financing and paying monthly. It was a dumb coincidence that I was in the process of getting a new life insurance policy ... Read More+2
You're right, NoLimits0. They can easily require live finalists to participate in publicity events. A lot of contests do that. I mean we don't need to know their names and where they work and live - and I can see why someone who might win millions might wa... Read More
I agree but the hosts (on all Sirius XM Fantasy Radio shows, not just the RG show) always say that NFL drives the bus with ratings and advertisers. I believe it, but it drives me nuts when they eliminate all MLB content as of July 20 when training camps op... Read More+1
I agree with the part about the live final exposure. I live in South Florida, and the sites have live finals down here seemingly all the time. I'm a fish so I've never qualified and probably never will, but I'd love to go down and watch for a couple of hou... Read More+2
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