Thus has been a burning question in my mind for quite awhile. Does defensive cheese exist? The most common scenario I can think of is when a player is usering an inside backer on an obvious running down and immediately slips the block of the OL/FB (usually "looping" or similar move) and meets the ball carrier in the backfield about the time he gets the handoff (before the other user even has control of the ball carrier). Is this the kind of "looping" controllerabuser hates so much? Is this acceptable as it was a "guess" based on down, distance, formation and preparation? Am I imagining things and simply need more imagination in my gameplan? It might just be "stick skills" that I do not have. I have always noticed it more against the better players, but that is probably because they also manage to time it out with the hit stick as well as cause fumbles/injuries/nightmares. Chime in HK!!! That goes for you prospective members as well!!