Now I know that the next player in line moves up in modifier but here is an example of an issue I seen. I have 3 Quarterbacks Mcnabb (5), Grossman (3), Bartel (1). At season end Grossman decline in overall and Bartell jumps up in overall which by rule means that Bartell gets the (3) modifier. What I'm asking is that there should be a time limit to that cap change and here's why. What if you have a trade in place to bring in a better QB (Vick) with an higher over than Bartel before the season started. Then Vick should be awared the (3) modifier and Bartel stay the same, in a real life situation Bartel would only get a pay raise if he is for sure the #2 QB going into week 1 since he is not and vick is there no team would pay two backup QB's the same price. There should be a time limit to cut off when a modifier for the next player jumps up. If you plan on going into the season with an existing player on the roster and he is due a pay jump then pay him but if you already have a suitable player on the way to take that modifier then why pay two people the same amount if they are not equal. Are we changing modifiers too rapidly without taking into consideration the new player coming in?