This is absurd. it makes zero sense that the only tangible evidence as to why someone should gain position eligibility (# of games/minutes played at that specific position) doesn't count towards anything when considering updating someones position eligibility. Instead, as Trench Mob indicated, their IT dep. uses " a combination of box score data (if not minutes/games started than what? fg%? lol), past performance (so they have a better shot of gaining eligibility if they played well while in said prospective position?), outside websites (wtf?) that track positional data and few of our trusted reporters (again, wtf?). Adding and changing position eligibility is rare, however certain trends may result in updating a player’s eligibility”
You would think they would be approaching the idea the complete opposite way. Especially since position eligibility is such a big part of how people approach their fantasy teams. All other fantasy sports leagues do it the right way. It bothers me (way more than it should lol). Smh.