I have a few thoughts that I shared with Spayer419 via text last night, but wanted some other input. I am amazed at the effect HFA has on the visiting team. To me, it seems overpowered, but, that is just my view. I am amazed at how bad your defense gets when on the road. I have a very veteran team. All but one starter (true freshman center) is a junior or senior, and all but 4 starters were starters last season as well. I don't know if the zone defense is just horrible anyway, but I could not compete playing zone defense, and I refuse to play man every freaking down, as it is just not realistic. My starting secondary is rated 86+ for zone defense, yet my SS (91 zone, 86 awr, SR) just stood there in cover 2 as a post route is thrown almost directly to him. The LB and CB underneath were less than 2 yards from the WR (Odell), and the SS never came downhill. It is a pass that never should have been completed, and the outcome should have been any number of things, but it ended up as a TD. The LSU WR made the catch, and the SS continued to stand there, never moving towards the WR, or attempting to make the tackle, and he walked right around him and cruised another 10 yards for the TD. I tried switching to the SS, but ended up switching to one of the underneath guys. It seems as if HFA automatically goes +30 AWR to the home team, and -30 AWR to the visitor. Like I said, just seems a little overpowered. Not even going to get into the QB thing regarding that. A whole different rant there. And I feel that the HFA is the same for playing at Death Valley as it is for going into Knoxville and playing the Commodores. Those are definitely not the same environments.