Okay, the root word of simplification is "simplify", which is Nate's word of the day. So I was chatting in OMFL Blast chat and Gaddy brought up a point I hadn't honestly thought of regarding modifiers. We lock modifiers twice with this thought process: once during the offseason to allow trades and such, and then, after we go to week 1 of the new season for the entire season. I hadn't thought about it, since I feel that every team should be paying starter money to every position. BUT Gaddy shined a different look on it which I hadn't thought of and felt stupid for not thinking of. Contracts typically don't go up during the season. They go up usually during the offseason (via extensions and the like). If a guy were to cut a player who was the starter, his backup (now the starter) would not go up in modifier. He would stay the same until the offseason (when progression/regression would carry him up). To those (like me) who might want starter pay at all positions, let me remind you: if a team cuts a starter level player to play a backup, if they go to sign in free agency any player whose overall is higher than the current "starter", they have to pay that modifier. And position changes would force bumps of position modifiers as rules are now. This would simplify the cap book tremendously while not allowing any loopholes, I don't think. It makes sense and makes the book easier for all to get a hold of since modifiers won't be in flux all season as they are now. This would mean modifiers would change ONLY during the following times: 1. After progression/regression 2. After draft-before new season What do you guys think?