More a question for how I handle my QBs next year. rule is listed as follows I thought I would point out that you can infact see when the other team changes there QB. When the offense picks a play, the defense see's the number of WR, TE, HB, FB, and QB. It also shows the number for each. So the defense can see the number of whatever QB is on the field. Not sure how much this effects our rule. I want to run some option spread or maybe even flex bone option with my athletic QB, but also be able convert 3rd and long, or late half drives using my Quality throwing QB. Problem is these players are both the same year, so its not really going to be a transition situation. I don't want to straight sub based on pass or run. Just sub the passing qb into situations where the Defense knows your going to be passing. 3rd and 8+, or when running is not an option because of the score or time remaining. I also was wondering about the merit of always having 2 QBs on the field in 3/4/5 WR sets. Basically you would need your 1st and 2nd QB to be the 3rd and 4th WR (or 4,5 or 5,6) on your depth chart. Then When you sub your backup qb into the game the qbs will just change places. I am just trying to think of creative ways to get my super athletic QB more involved in the coming years. thoughts?