Flex Position

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Flex Position

Postby ChetSteadman » Wed Aug 03, 2011 7:36 am

What are the pros and cons of having a flex position (RB,WR,TE)?
Last year I was in a H2H non-ppr league (QB,RB,RB,WR,WR,TE,D,K) with some friends and we could only get 10 teams together. I felt like we needed a flex position, however, only half of the league was for it and the other half wasn't. I feel in any league consisting of 12 teams and under, there needs to be a flex position to add depth. What are your thoughts? Thanks.

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Hitting: R 8.4 / H 9.6 / 1B 3 / 2B 4 / 3B 5 / HR 22.3 / RBI 7.5 / SB 17.5 / BB 5 / AB -1.6
Pitching: IP 20.5 / K 4.5 / W 54.1 / SV 47.3 / H -5 / ER -15 / BB -5

C - Norris
1B - Goldy (k)
2B - Phillips
3B - Arenado (k)
SS - Lindor
IF - Rizzo (k)
OF - Harper (k)
OF - K. Davis
OF - Eaton
OF -
UTIL - Ortiz
UTIL - Pham
  
SP - F-Her
SP - Carrasco
RP - Chapman
RP - Jansen
P - Gray
P - salazaar
P - Rodon
P - street
 
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Re: Flex Position

Postby Doc Holliday » Thu Aug 04, 2011 10:19 am

Agree. In smaller leagues you need deeper rosters so there can be at least some strategy involved.
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