It's awfully late in the OD, but there's no time like the present. Here are 2 depth chart clarifications/rules (1 clarification, 1 new rule) that I'd like to see. 1. 2 deep rule. This means that you need to fill out your 2 deep depth chart fully with the correct guys. This means that you need to have at least 2 guys for each position on the field in your depth chart. IE. for a 4-3's D-line, this means 2 LEs, 2 REs, and 4 DTs. If your #3 DE is noticeably better than your #4, you can have him as the backup for both LE and RE, but you'll still need to have your #4 DE as the #3 guy in your depth charts for both LE and RE. That way, if you use mass subs, or just have both starters get tired, you've got a replacement for both LE and RE. Here are the positions for which you need to have filled: QB: 2 HB: 2 FB: 2 if you have 2, 1 if not. WR: 4 TE: 2 (O-line rarely gets tired. I personally have separate backups for each of the 5 positions, but I won't impose that on you guys) OT: 3 total (2 starters and a backup) G: 3 total C: 3 total LE: 2 RE: 2 DT: 2 (3 man front) or 4 (4 man front) LOLB: 2 ROLB: 2 MLB: 4 (3-4) or 2 (everything else) CB: 4 FS: 2 SS: 3 (3-3-5 or 4-2-5), or 2 (everything else) 2. The new rule is to make sure that you only have legal guys in your depth chart. The CPU will automatically put safeties all over your depth chart (IE. FS @ LB or even on the D-line sometimes). The following are combinations that should NOT exist in your depth chart: Safeties anywhere except the secondary CBs anywhere except CB or FS. LBs on the D-line (this is another pretty common one for the CPU to do). I don't think I've ever seen this, but no WRs/HBs @ TE/FB.