Hey guys, just wanted some input on how you dealt with collusion in your leagues. I am a commissioner for a 12-team PPR league. This is our 4th year and I intend on continuing this league in the future. I normally run 8 or 10-team leagues, however, this season, we added several new players this season. One of the players (Player A) invited a coworker (Player B) and friend of his to play. It just so happen that this season that Player A now holds the top record and Player B holds the worst records. The league noticed that both of those players have been offering poor trades in the past weeks which is making the entire league uneasy. The league has vetoed ALL of their trade offers to each other for the past 3 weeks (a total of 6 votes are required to veto). The league obviously senses collusion since they are coworkers and good friends, in addition to the record discrepancy of one player being #1 and the other being #12. I have already brought this up to the the entire league and have addressed previous trade offers from these two players. I have also vetoed, as commissioner, one of their trade offers.
Does anyone have any suggestions as to what else I can do to intervene? They have once again offer to trade the following:
Player # 1 trades: Case Keenum, T. Williams, D. Williams, H. Henry
Player #2 Trades: K. Cousins, M. Crabtree, Z. Ertz. Drops: D. Moncrief
I hope to keep this league in the future. Please help me keep this league. Thanks!