Cheez Jayrah bucsfan047 recchem2000 MaxATX34 Kapono whygodwhy1111 I have thought about this for a while now, I believe I have come up with a proposed rule that everyone can live with regards to field goal kicking without adjusting the sliders. I believe everyone would agree the field goal kicking is way too easy on this game, and that if someone gets an exceptional power kicker, cough Cheez, cough it creates an unrealistic advantage. Kicking long range field goals at the college level is exceptionally hard just ask any Alabama fan. And seeing teams in our dynasty have field goal kickers able to kick 60 yard field goals with no problem is just unrealistic, and is NOT SIM. In the NFL the longest kicks I see a team attempt regularly is like 55 yards, when neither half is ending. And the vast majority of the teams will not try a 55 yard field goal. Therefore I propose a rule for next season, that regardless of how long your kicker can kick, team should not kick a field goal no longer than 53 yards, under normal game situations. However, at the end halves, a team can kick 54 yard field goal or longer. I believe a 53 yards is a good distance to draw the line, partly because the last kick the bama kicker attempted in the bama v. lsu game was a 53 yards, which everyone in the stadium, including Coach Saban knew wasn't going through the uprights. In addition, in allowing the 54+ yard kicks at the end of each half, it would give the defensive team, condition on them having time outs, to ice the kicker. Making the kick harder. Maybe I am whiner, but I think this is a reasonable rule request.