Thursday, September 30, 2010

Does Brothers Keeper Deserve a Developmental League?

MLB has the Minor Leagues. The NFL has the NCAA, UFL, and the CFL. Does the success and competitiveness of Brothers Keeper require a developmental league? Should we give potential players the chance to see what the league format and scoring settings are before actually committing to a full season or more of Brothers Keeper Fantasy Football? Building a keeper team on the tails of someone else's successes or failures could be quite the challenge.

Should it be required for one who wishes to be invited to Brothers Keeper to serve time in a Developmental Brothers Keeper League before being asked to join Brothers Keeper? This could help ensure that any potential league owner is the right fit for established vetrans of Brothers Keeper and for the potential intiate. The potential league owner may not be up to the challenge of owning an expansion team and building a dynasty from scratch or taking a team over after someone exits the league. In order to eliminate league and new owner stressors, should a Developmental Brothers Keeper League be built?

Crash Davis has some advice for anyone wishing to be in the Developmental Brothers Keeper League: "Relax, all right? Don't try to strike everybody out. Strikeouts are boring! Besides that, they're fascist. Throw some ground balls - it's more democratic."

Thanks Crash.

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