Over the last few weeks there have been several complaints regarding excessive use of unrealistic QB movement to the outside of the pocket. These complaints have come from several different owners regarding several different opponents in several different game situations. It has become difficult for Eddie and I to enforce a general QB movement rule due to the subjective interpretation of the previous rule. One thing is apparent. We're seeing an increase of QB movement out of the pocket on a majority of passing plays. This strategy is all fine and good in the NFL. However, when playing a video game like Madden 11, it is not considered strategy when used excessively. QB movement to the outside of the pocket is a tactic that is used to put the opponent on defense at a disadvantage, particularly when sprinting the QB toward the sidelines immediately following the snap - not to mention that it is unrealistic. With that said, the rule regarding QB movement has been changed as follows (changes appear in orange): This rule change is not open for debate. If you do not like the rule, we are sorry for the inconvenience as we, too, do not agree with limiting play calling. However, we have been forced to do so. Please understand that we are not singling anyone out and we have implemented the rule change to create a more "cut-and-dry" interpretation of the rule. Thank you for your attention regarding this.