Long story short, my son is being treated in hospital and I'm on partial medical leave (working minimal) and every Sunday I review my roster in the morning and make changes. Due to our family scheduling, I missed this typical review as my son was upset during this time and needed full care and ultimately did not make a roster change (nominal Rod Smith for Tarik Cohen) I did not want to get any sympathy. Things went well and I kept quiet. However, I ended up being victimized by Newton/Mac last night and lost a 50 point margin. Having Smith in for Cohen would have won me the week which was my planned move. I am commish and have told my players that compassionate circumstances/pre-set rosters changes are allowed so the precedent has been set, EG someone has a death in the family, emergency, etc. I feel that compassionate circumstances criteria have been met. What's your take?