Okay, I know this will spark a bit of debate, but hear me out.... I don't think it's fair for new owners coming into the league to be saddled with a less than talented team, see a team come open that is better, jump ship, and then THEIR team comes open. The team they have lived/died with since they were a kid, or a teenager. BUT....they already swapped. So they are STUCK. Let me first state that I am NOT proposing this idea as a way for me to leave the Lions. I took them because I know I will stick this out with them and get them going in the right direction. Period. But this is for those guys who get stuck with their first OMFL gig as the lowly Bills, or Browns, or any bad talent team. Two swaps per Madden. TWO. This I feel is a compromise between the now famous "Jeremy Rule" that we have now (1 swap) and the Madden 10 rule we had (one swap per year, which ended up being 3 swaps total). I don't feel two swaps in a span of 3-4 years of Madden gametime is a huge deal. I would rather have an owner be able to get out of a bad situation (using Buffalo again since they have had 5 owners this year alone) into a better one HOPING he gets a team he really likes, rather than having a person get out of Buffalo for ANYTHING and then realizing he is STUCK there, gets unhappy, then leaves as a result because he knows he has no shot at ever leaving. 2 swaps per Madden is my proposal. If the rules committee wants to run with it, fine. And it can be retroactive as well, meaning that Jeremy and NDColts (both of which have swapped once already and are giving ND the Colts, and rightfully so in my opinion) are both LOCKED for Madden 11. I think both Jeremy and ND would not argue this point at all about freezing their moves, as Jeremy has been more than flexible with the first rule change (1 swap per Madden). Personally, speaking not for myself but for NEW owners coming in, having to gut out Buffalo just to hope your team comes open in not something I want to force, which is what I feel we are forcing here with the swap. Basically, you take what's available to get out of Buffalo. Again, I'm staying in Detroit come 0-16 or Super Bowl (which is around the corner, ladies, mark it on your calendar). Super Bowl or bust is my lookout for these Lions. They have proven their moxie to me, and I think with some extra talent, you NFC board members better look out.