Player Position changes - rules committee I apologize if I overstep the bounds here, but I have a vested interest in the position change rules as they affect the cap book to a certain degree (or rather, the cap book affects position changes). The other thread is a bit difficult for me to navigate. Please lock and delete this if you guys would rather keep the other thread. Here is the proposition proposed by Nate, which I, personally, like. Quoting his post here: The only alterations I would make to the above is this: - MLB can be played by LOLB or ROLB (same modifier is paid to starters across the board, so it's only fair) - DT can be played by LE/RE as well as DT (same reasoning as above, and with block shedding making a huge difference this game speed and acceleration inside isn't as much of an advantage as it was last year, IMO) - FS/SS can be played by a non-1st string CB (same modifiers, and unless there is a huge speed difference, won't be too bad, I think...) The third option we could take out (I don't feel as strongly about the third one as the first two, honestly), but the first two (LB and DE) make sense to me, as while speed is an advantage, with the smarter AI blocking schemes on the Oline, block shedding is now more useful than it ever was. And, on average (excluding the top tier OLBs in this argument, btw), the normal speed OLB types have low block shedding (they go around guys, not through them). With the AI now going to the second level to get to LBs, a LB with high speed but low block shed would have to be quick to get around an olline guy (user could do it if quick but CPU could not I think) or get eaten up by the block. While a user could do it on occasion, I wager that they could not do it consistently enough to warrant the benefit of using that speed inside. Same explanation with using DE at DT. Up for a debate I reckon. Nate's proposal though is very solid and gives flexibility without allowing too much in the way of loopholes. Someone will find one, I'm sure, but we cover most all bases with this setup. Overall, I like.