I'm sure some of you guys do an auction format for your NFL Fantasy Leagues, and LOVE it, so why not bring the concept here? I've been around a pretty long time and don't remember it ever being done. Here's the thought, but please feel free to comment. After 24 owners sign-up, and the snake Draft order is randomly determined, each owner will select a player in their hour time slot. A player, NOT for their team, but for the other 23 owners in the League to bid part of their $100 auction allowance on. The owner who selects a player to be bid on will then receive site-mailed bids on that player for 24 hours. After 24 hours, the selecting owner will post the winning bid and bidder. To prevent owners from selecting "garbage" players, they will be required to bid $2 for any player they receive no other bids for - this is the one and only way a player they select will be on their team. There will be a $80 million WIS salary cap, and owners may use any season of the players they win in auction. Players are exclusive. To help discourage owners from over-bidding on numerous players every day, if they ever get to a point where they have less than $1 left for every open spot on their roster, all players won that day will default to the 2nd highest bidder for each. For simplicity, Draft spots may only be traded in their entirety and only before the draft starts, and players may not be traded until all teams are full. Once a team is full, that owner will not select players to be bid on any longer (no longer anything keeping them for selecting garbage). Owners at the beginning of the next round will move up, so there are 12 players selected each day, along with 12 players (selected the previous day) won. I hope I've explained that OK. It's not as "simple" as most things we do here, and it will require a 24 day commitment to the auction Draft (unless someone comes-up with a better idea of how to run it). Thoughts?