Keeper..Non-keeper

Keeper..Non-keeper

Post by Kenny209 » Fri, 10 Sep 1999 04:00:00


what is a keeper and a non-keeper?  Sorry if this is a dumb question but I have
no clue......

"Drinking and driving don't mix. That's why I ride a bike."    DuckMan  
Pretty In Pink

 
 
 

Keeper..Non-keeper

Post by Mike » Fri, 10 Sep 1999 04:00:00

Hmmm, let's answer this question logically.  A keeper is a player that you
will keep or hold onto from year to year, so a keeper league includes
players who are protected from the draft and who will remain on a team from
the previous year.  A non-keeper league does not hold onto players - it's
the opposite "non".  Now I want you to take your email, turn it sideways,
and stick it straight up your ass!


Quote:
> what is a keeper and a non-keeper?  Sorry if this is a dumb question but I
have
> no clue......

> "Drinking and driving don't mix. That's why I ride a bike."    DuckMan
> Pretty In Pink


 
 
 

Keeper..Non-keeper

Post by John Eric Hanso » Fri, 10 Sep 1999 04:00:00

Quote:

>Hmmm, let's answer this question logically.  A keeper is a player that you
>will keep or hold onto from year to year, so a keeper league includes
>players who are protected from the draft and who will remain on a team from
>the previous year.  A non-keeper league does not hold onto players - it's
>the opposite "non".  Now I want you to take your email, turn it sideways,
>and stick it straight up your ass!

Hmmm, let's think about that suggestion logically.  OK, I give up = how do
you turn an email sideways?

-JEH

 
 
 

Keeper..Non-keeper

Post by Steve Dove » Fri, 10 Sep 1999 04:00:00

Quote:

> what is a keeper and a non-keeper?  Sorry if this is a dumb question but I have
> no clue......

In a keeper league, you keep one or more players from one
season to the next.  In a non-keeper league, you draft from
scratch every year.

In one of my leagues, Terrell Davis is one of my keepers.

 
 
 

Keeper..Non-keeper

Post by Kenny209 » Fri, 10 Sep 1999 04:00:00

Quote:
>Hmmm, let's answer this question logically.  A keeper is a player that you
>will keep or hold onto from year to year, so a keeper league includes
>players who are protected from the draft and who will remain on a team from
>the previous year.  A non-keeper league does not hold onto players - it's
>the opposite "non".  Now I want you to take your email, turn it sideways,
>and stick it straight up your ass!

Obviously I figured it was something like that just have never been involved
with one that was a keeper so I wasn't sure.  How many players do you get to
hold over from year to year normally?

P>S> I printed this out turned the paper sideways and shoved up my opponent for
this weeks rutie poo candy ass

"Drinking and driving don't mix. That's why I ride a bike."    DuckMan  
Pretty In Pink

 
 
 

Keeper..Non-keeper

Post by Steve Dove » Sat, 11 Sep 1999 04:00:00

Quote:

> Obviously I figured it was something like that just have never been involved
> with one that was a keeper so I wasn't sure.  How many players do you get to
> hold over from year to year normally?

In my keeper league, we keep 3 players, but with the
restriction that you keep only 1 at a position.
Normally, everyone keeps 1 QB, 1 RB, and 1 WR, though
this time 2 owners kept a kicker because they did not
want to keep any of their QBs.