Is this cheap/cheese???? Ok guys I would like to get some feedback on this topic. As most of you know I run a spread offense and try to make it as real as a spread O can be. Now I have noticed something in the game that can work most of the time but it is to counter the D. I didnt try it in the SEC CG but easily could have. Imagine a defense stacking the box for the run and I am in shotgun 4 wide. Now if you are running 4-3 or 3-4 regardless if you are in man or zone there is ONE CB covering two WRs outside because the OLB is cheated inside the box. As a strategy to loosen the D up I can easily audible to a slant pass and hit the slot man going into the flats, almost like the quick passes you see most spread teams run. The slot guy catches the ball and the outside WR lays the block on the CB. The point of this is to get the D to play nickel or even dime and match up speed. This is not effective when matched against nickel, dime, or any D that has as many DBs as WRs on the field. The point is to keep the D honest. I personally do not think it is cheap or cheese. I know in real life any QB who sees that would make that call. It is like running a bubble screen. I believe that if someone puts 4 backers against a 4 WR look then they should be punished for it. I would like to hear what everyone thinks and have JD make a ruling. If I can use the strategy its fine, I have done well without it. Just would be another method of attacking stubborn defenses.