G', feel free to edit this thread to include whatever subjects you planned on addressing, I just wanted to generate some conversation before Sunday. We've yet to start talkin' about potential Week 14 match-ups or any proposed/potential rules changes. The one rule I'd like to see added next season applies to playbooks. Perhaps I'm just too geeky, but I can't stand to see when a particular PB is used by more than one user coach in the league. For instance, if Funk sticks with 'Cuse's book, I think it'd be a bit lame to see another coach (or two) run the same system. Why? 1) If we're operating under the premise that a coach is running "his" system (which cannot be changed throughout the year), then it should be untouchable to others. 2) There's a lot of good books out there to choose from. If we're all utilizing different books, it adds a nice variance to the league. Every team's going to at least have a couple of plays/wrinkles that another team won't have, and you'll have to prepare for it. It gives the league an even greater simulation feel. 3) Sticking with the Funk example, if two users suddenly decide to take Cuse's book as well, it could potentially ruin (or at least diminish) 'Bama's effectiveness. Users will see it more often, and naturally, become better at defending it. Sure, Funk could change his playbook, but I think that unfairly punishes the original system holder. I've run with Clemson's PB for a while now, but with Thoov grabbin' the Tigers and rollin' with the team's PB, I'm going to change over to Michigan State. I'd like for him to be able to keep his program's assigned book. But going forward, I think this new rule would add to the league's "realness".