That's not necessarily the case, just its a systemic weakness of the fixed 6-5-4-3-2-1 system that you can play well and not receive votes in good team performances and conversely receive votes for mediocre - or worse - games in lesser team performances. Obviously also when multiple players play equally well, you have the issue that there is a massive difference between five votes and one vote when in reality there isn't such a difference in output. Obviousy the best solution is we all score every player each week out of 10, but that obviously presents its own issues and likely isn't manageable. But in terms of Rivers, he plays well but is probably our 12th, on average, best player each week. In this system, thats of no value unfortunately.