Want to start a discussion about things like game situation calls. Any serious issues I have with a person's game I would PM the person privately but in this case, I think it is something a lot of us do, and we need to consider it so I will include mboda as an example here. Yesterday he has a 28-13 lead against me and got the ball with 34 seconds remaining in the first half. He goes deep, throws it right to my FS who drops it because he's a peen. At that point I'm thinking o.k. after seeing that, and with him getting the ball first in the second half and me not having any timeouts, he's gonna run the clock out. Instead another aggressive pass into a crowd. Converts third down, and then throws me a pick and I kneel out the first half since I only have 4 seconds left. I don't think MOST real coaches would continue to try and score up big with all the momentum when they get the ball first in the second half. With 34 seconds left and a couple of timeouts left I can see an aggressive call and trying to make something happen... I think this is where we see the distinction of whether a guy is conservative, and would just run out the clock to begin with, or go for it on a play and see what happens... But if it doesn't work out or worse yet you almost get picked... then forcing it doesn't seem like what we're going for in terms of sim play. Clearly it had no impact on the final outcome, in fact I think it gave me some momentum to make an attempt at a comeback. But in my opinion it can be an example for us all about how we should draw the line between online games against a stranger, and a sim game against a league mate, should be played. I think we should all examine our games and consider how we play and why we're calling what we're calling and making the decisions we make. Are we calling only the plays that work best exclusively? Or mixing it up? Are we making the appropriate, sim move in terms of field position/score/time left all the time? Keep that in mind.