Thinking about possibly trying this. Some questions:
1. Is there a single round of bidding each week for all players dropped the previous week, or separate 48 hour periods for each dropped player? Subquestions:
1a) If it is a single round for multiple players and I have $50, can I bid $40 on two RBs knowing that I will not get both? When more than one player is up for grabs, what determines who goes first?
1b) If each dropped player generates a separate auction, what happens when a player is dropped less than 48 hours before his game that week?
2. Just to confirm from the message below, a team can bid $0 on a player and get him if nobody else bids? (I think it's a reasonable feature.)
3. Commissioner can adjust the available cash to each team on a week-by-week basis? If so, this is a selling point: I'm thinking something like the following:
--everyone starts with $50 plus $3 for each player that drafted ahead of them in round one of the draft
--each week, every team adds $2 for each team that outscored them that week ($1 for ties), and $10 if they lost ($5 for a tie)
This would give the lowest teams a fair but not overwhelming advantage.