My track record is enough to back up what I'm saying though. I have no reason to make anything up. I've been there in previous seasons and know it's frustrating when you're taking the league fully serious and there's one or two with bad records that aren't setting their teams. It's a pain in the ass at times. Previous seasons I've had so much time to commit. Last year I met my partner and have a family now and just haven't had the time that I expected to have for this season, I've barely been able to follow the NFL like I used to in previous years because I'm either working or spending time with the kids. I know it only takes a few minutes to set the team every week, I usually mean to and the truth is I usually just end up forgetting to and before I know it it's too late. I'll make sure to set my team from the rest of the season.Travelling or not you should put in the absolute bare minimum of setting your line-up as well as can be imo. Also setting your line-up on Thursday and then not checking up on Q players (Kamara was ruled out way before kick-off) is clearly a lack of effort in my book, but each to their own I guess.
You have the track record yeah, but having a bad record and starting players on your bye gives a sort of... negative feeling to other players maybe. You’ve got an empty bench spot, Shepard who’s likely out for the season, Cooks has an unknown timeline, ... could’ve easily picked up a RB or TE but fair enough if you thought about it and decided against it.
I get that you tagged me once previously so apologies that following that I had some weeks with my team not set properly. I believe like myself EAP has been in previous seasons too so there's no need for "let's block them from future seasons", I've been as consistent as any NFL fantasy player on this forum up until this season.