How this team made the playoffs, I have no idea. But I'm in the semifinals this week, going against the #1 seed. It will take a miracle to win. Any advice?
Who would you start with this roster? Need 2 RBs, 2 WRs, and 1 FLEX. League is PPR.
Hey NFL! Make everyone play in a dome! There. I assumme the NFL has seen my request, and therefore I'm assumming they are considering it :)
But seriously, bad weather games are fun to watch, as long as your team isn't the one playing in it. For 3 reasons -
#1 - Severe snow and rain, alter the game to a point in which it's no longer a matter of the best team winning, but rather the LUCKIEST. There's already enough luck and unpredictability involved in the game. From bad calls by the refs, to unfortunate injuries, to the way the ball bounces. No need to allow yet another element of luck if you can avoid it.
#2 - I want to see players play at their best. No player, no matter who it is, play their best in the snow or rain. Playing in poor weather conditions may increase the "entertainment value" of a game, but it also lessens the actual quality of it.
#3 - Teams that play outdoors late in the season are at a disadvantage. Take the Chargers and the Chiefs for example. The Chargers have an advantage, since they play fewer games in bad weather. Therefore their chances of winning games late in the year are better.
The only downside, is you wouldn't see plays like this anymore -
Go ahead. Try to keep up... (Warning! There's a bad word.)
Admit it. You did this with your sister's Barbie doll when you were a kid...