Help Me Out Here... Got beat by a lot against Troy... mostly due to drops, passes that are way off target, and my line not blocking on run plays. Some of that is to be expected since we're not very good teams. I just played a game as Kent State against Boston College with the same set up we're using. I lost 40 - 34. You might be thinking... well, that's not bad, you should probably lose that game. I can take a loss fine, but what I don't understand is this. 6 Interceptions, 2 of them off of dropped balls, 1 from a line backer who jumped out of nowhere, 2 errant throws from my quarterback, and 1 where I forced it because it was fourth down and there was a pass rush. 15 Dropped Balls - This number would be a lot higher, but it doesn't count as a drop if it hits a defensive players after (or before) it gets to your WR. Their Quarterback went 22-25. Even if I blitzed 6-7, there was no rush. If If just used my lineman, they would fall to the ground every time they tried to do a spin move, or any other moves for that matter. Their running back averaged over 5 yards a carry... and I was in a 4-4 for most of the game. My FS had 18 tackles, because the first guy misses so many times. Here our some highlights that show what I'm talking about I get pressure, but he completes the throw anyway Awful Throw Hits off of my guy's hands, then is intercepted WR is running a streak, he throws it way inside I'm not saying that this is too hard, or to change sliders or anything (although I made this comment in the sliders thread)... but I want to know... what are you guys doing to avoid garbage like this from happening?... or is my team just that bad / I'm that unlucky?