The purpose of this thread is to get any ideas of what adjustments, if any, to the rules we have to make things more realistic. This is not meant to discuss sliders. I repeat if you speak about sliders MaximusPrime will Chuck Norris kick you in the scrotum... very, very hard.... with steel toe Crocson. So if you have something that pisses you off or feels like it hampers your 'sim' approach, voice your opinion. We're not trying to reinvent the wheel but... man, you guys know where I'm going with this!Yes, yes, yes... I have a flippin' suggestion. You knew it was coming, just lube up and take it. Matter of fact, forget the lube... I like a struggle (No Homo). Seriously, my suggestion is a 'two deep' type rule the Madden leagues implement to keep rosters 'even' or close to mimicking real life depth charts. Now I'm going to use a current coach as an example in my proposal but remember he did abide by the rules but did touch a gray area. My suggestion would be that every team had every position 'filled' out at least two deep during the season. Now this may be hard to explain through words so I'll break it down a bit.Instead of having your depth chart like (example Cornerback Position): Ronnie Lott Safety Deion Sanders CB Revis Island CB Asante Samuel CB Why not have it like: Deion Sanders CB Revis Island CB Asante Samuel/Ronnie Lott Or if your corners suck that bad change your safety's position in the PRESEASON to mirror that change. The guy is playing their anyway, why not just call him a corner? Makes sense to me but I wonder if it makes sense to all. That would go for all positions, except fullback. But when it comes to fullback maybe everyone should have ONE on their roster due to goalline packages. After the one FB tight ends may sit second string.Now I know your wondering about the 'example'. Well, in this case the coach's running back went down. Instead of plugging in a lesser quality back he plugged in his WR. The WR broke no restrictions whatsoever. But lets keep it real, would a coach ever put his best WR in that position in real life? No. I didn't go crazy about it (did ask a WTF type question) but kind of let it be since it technically didn't break any rules. I would just like to suggest a rule to 'govern' over such scenarios. To make it short and sweet I'm suggesting that only like positions that would 'sub' for each other be considered for such subbing during injuries. At the beginning of each season you must be at least two deep (except FB,K,P) in every position. If your starter becomes injured you must use the backup. If the backup goes down as well, you may use the 'best available' player that would naturally sub in for that position. I would like to push the 'depth' for corners and wide receivers to 4 deep before any 'abnormal' position is plugged in. Example, my top two running backs went down this season. I had to choose between a 42 overall HB and my FB. I started the FB obviously but it was a 'sim' move. Not saying anyone is not sim but you get it, right? No one is perfect (except Florida and WVU) but we damn sure are going to strive to be in BCS Chaos.Thoughts on this or any other rules in general?