So I have brought this up in private discussion with a couple users, but I think a public discussion is in order for this. I will prelude this with the fact that I am in no way trying to take away from whygodwhy1111 's or Dru50 's seasons, nor their domination so far in the league. I am also not calling into question anyone's integrity, just looking for fairness in all parties in the league. Here is something Wyrmreaver recently said though and I think it needs to be addressed somehow. I play Whygod every season and this was the first season I played Dru. After talking with Dru he told me he doesn't want to discuss it or change it because he does not believe as I do that this is broken, but I do think as a group we need to talk about this anyway. (And for the record it didn't surprise me when he used LE after we discussed it). The RT vs a user controlled LE is broken! Straight B.R.O.K.E.N. Arkansas and Georgia put 20x the immediate pressure on me (and apparently everyone else in the league as well) as any other team. To me, there is a major correlation in the fact that those are the two teams that use almost exclusively LE to user control. I don't think it's right! I'm not saying they can't be good. But against those two teams I my line gave up 8 and 9 sacks respectively, and Whygod could've had 20 had he stayed with his LE in the second half because that guy had 6 by himself, this was an NCAA record not 2 minutes out of halftime! Yes, I max protected and Yes, I did everything I could to get to that guy's side for help blocking but none of it worked. On one play I had the RT, TE AND RB blocking to that side and the LE went untouched around all 3 to sack me before I had finished my dropback. For perspective, I gave up 2, 2 and 6 sacks in my other user games against LSU, Auburn and Mizzou. The six sacks were mostly coverage sacks as Wyrm doesn't control a DL and I ended up scrambling into an apparently super fast LB spy, a lot. I'm also guessing that everyone else saw the same results and unfortunately that particular part has nothing to do with either player just being really good. I am FAR better from LE and I play almost exclusively line defensively, but I never user-LE a whole lot because it is too easy to dominate the RT on the other side. I think it is unfair, therefore I do not abuse it. WHAT SAY YOU? After thinking about it I do not believe it should be banned but I do think it should in some way be curbed so that as a user we do not abuse the LE ability. Cheez recchem2000 gowazzucougs SatansAngel1104 Kapono Boom29 CPU GAMES: And then there is the recurring discussion about more competitive cpu games. After losing a sim game to Miss St this season, I was mad. However, I realized that the cpu loss gave me more urgency and quite honestly reenergized me in this game, because I have been so, so bored recently with it. So I thought: What if we all had to choose and rotate a divisional cpu game (so either Miss/Miss St in my division, or Vandy/Kentucky in the other) to be a MUST sim? That could even things up just a tiny bit for the cpu. Of course this would mean that everybody has 1 bonafide chance to lose per season without having to go to stupid sliders and/or heisman difficulty, which is also stupid. It also means the cpu teams in our division get at least a couple "fair" opportunities per year to put up a win and be competitive. Though personally I much prefer heisman difficulty to slapping the cpu around without any real chance, since a couple people are solidly against that, I thought I'd throw an option into the mix. I know it's not particularly ideal, especially since we all have bye weeks that already make it a long wait in between games on those weeks, but we need SOMETHING.