Discussion in 'Thread Archive' started by Jeremy, Aug 24, 2010.
Position Change Request Thread
Requests,approvals & denials will go in here.
All Position Changes - SUBMIT HERE!!!
**Submit all of your position changes here, with all relevant attributes and the defensive scheme you will be running. (3-4, 4-3)
Base Defense Declared:
NY JETS: 3-4 BASE (Multiple declare, pending approval)
CINCINNATI BENGALS: 4-3 BASE
SF 49ERS: 3-4 BASE
Michael Johnson #93 Bengals listed now LOLB: 86SPD (Speed)71STR (Strength)92ACC (Acceleration)Height: 6-7, Weight: 260lbs was a DE last year he is an LOLB on the last update and a 65ovr goes to a 77 ovr DE in a 4-3
Based Defense declared 4-3
Guys, I talked to Dritsch so he knows. I need your base D (3-4 or 4-3), NOT A PLAYBOOK.
Dritsch is a 3-4 base, will use the 46 occasionally, will submit 3-4 players for use of the 46.
UPDATED!!!! ( as of 12:30 AM, PST)
Jets run a base 3-4 defense, but will run multiple fronts
I will run the 46 as well in addition to the 3-4. Some players positions are about to change. I wish to play Taylor in multiple positions from my 3-4 and 46 defenses. I now will have both Taylor in the dual role. They switch positions, but they take the OVR of their best position of the two, and that is the OVR that is applied to the capbook. They can go back to their original positions now, they aren't locked in to that one, but they assume the starters modifier for the highest ranked positions. (all front 7 are the same modifiers for starters)
Quite the cost to pay to move your player between positions....
This is Taylor's new role in the 46, not the Jets base defense.
Taylor: 255 LBS, 83 SPD, 88 ACC, 76 STR - NEW OVR = 96 (qualifies as 4-3 DE)
I need to apply a 3 modifier if it wasn't already on him, and I need to adjust his OVR rating in the cap book to reflect the change. He can now play both his 4-3 (46)DE position and the 3-4 OLB position from the base defense. But my OVR is taken from his best position. It's a costly move, so pick and choose how you move players around.
Approved. Please make necessary updates to your cap book ASAP so this player is eligible for Week 1.
Request has been denied Dunn. Speed exceeds maximum for position change.
So I have to tell you every defense that is in my playbook?
No, only if you wish to win a multiple Defensive fronts that consist of:
Any 4 man base front(4-3, 46, 4-4)
if you wish to move players around in the 4 man front to better fit your team skills and needs.
If your only running the 4-3 then you will be fine.
There is no action to take for Nickle, Dime, Dollar, ect. These aren't base packages...
So if the d playbook I use has a 4/6 in it, I must declare that? This is way confusing, I am just trying to grasp this thing.
Can you Move a Outside Linebacker to MLB? and if you can do you need 2 declare that?
i use the multi defense for my playbook but dont plan on changing any position in the front 7, my base is a 4-3, does this effect me? i can still run a 3-4 right?
Cowboys run a 3-4
Igor Olshansky is my starting DE 80ovr. He plays DE when I am in my base 3-4. When I run a Dime or Nickel formation he comes in as my second DT lining up next to Ratliff. Olshansky's ovr at DT is 87ovr. I still want to keep him as my starting DE but will pay him as my starting DE 87ovr with a modifier of 3. That is a fatty raise to have him to line up as my second DT in passing situations. I am also still paying my backup DT J. Saivii 62ovr with a modifier of 2.
Olshansky 6'6" 315lbs 93strength
I have this same question. The Colts playbooks are too vanilla, I would like to use other ones. The defensive playbook I would like to use has a 46 formation. do I need to declare this?
I think this could use some clarification. Im sorry if you guys are confused, there are some small nuances of this that may have been left out.
1) Any position change only has to do with a player moving outside of their natural position in a BASE DEFENSE. A base defense will be considered a 4-3, 3-4, 46, or 4-4.
2) If you are running a 3-4 Defense, and say you want to switch to a 4-3. You want to continue to use your DE at the 4-3 DE position. This is allowable if he fits within the stated attributes and meaureables. He does not require a position change if he is moving from 3-4 DE to 4-3 DE, given that DE is his natural position. Again though, he needs to fit with the qualifications of a 4-3 DE to play there.
I'm not changing any players positions or changing my base defense, I'm just using a different playbook. So, I don't have to do anything?
So basically, you are running a 4-3, 46, or 4-4? Yep, you are good.
Enjoy the season Dave.
Pats switching to 4-3
MLB who will be playing OLB roles
Gary Guyton 242 speed 85, str 68, acc 86
Brandon Spikes 249, speed 70, str 80, acc 87
Tyrone McKienzie 243, speed 83, str 66, acc 86
Jerod Mayo 242, speed 85, str 77, acc 91
Gary Guyton 242 speed 85, str 68, acc 86 - No (not strong enough, must play natural position)
Brandon Spikes 249, speed 70, str 80, acc 87 - Yes
Tyrone McKienzie 243, speed 83, str 66, acc 86 - No (not strong enough, must play natural position)
Jerod Mayo 242, speed 85, str 77, acc 91 - Yes
* please update your cap book modifiers, new overalls, and salaries.
The Bills will be using a 4-3 base. Do i need to do anything?
In an effort to streamline the league and get back to playing games instead of reading rules this rule has been pulled down. Play your players where you see fit without tricking AI and keeping it SIM and CHEESE FREE.
Still no HB @ FB
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