Are the 4-2-5 and/or 3-3-5 D's legit?? By that, I ask if they pose a problem for OL AI's trying to stop them? I'm not claiming anyone is cheesing or trying to gain an unfair advantage because that's not my intent. I've noticed after playing a couple guys who use the 4-2-5 that it's difficult to run. These guys have great teams so it should be tough but it seems a little more difficult. I run a 4-3 and I have one of the top Rushing D's in the nation so I'm not calling anyone out for their scheme. I have noticed some 4-2-5 guys who've recruited LB's and moved them to SS which made me think, "Why not just go with the 4-3??? It's just a question and I'm interested to see if there is a known problem out there with running a 4-2-5 and it allowing an advantage vs the run. It shouldn't, but I am curious. I want teams to have their own identities so I want variation but this game still has flaws like being able to stop the run in the Dime 3-2-6. Let's hear it.