Please look through the rules again and make sure your gameplay isn't going against them, whether the letter of the law or the spirit of the law. For example, mix up the playcalling, don't drop your QB back 10-15 yards every pass play, and don't fake kick. Just a few of the things I've heard about recently. Familiarize yourself with the rules again. If you have questions, let me know before you break a rule. As a side note, I did have one user ask about when it's ok to go for it on 4th down inside your opponents territory. Please refer to the chart in the rules. One exception can be if your kicker flat out can't kick a deep FG. If you know this going into a game, let your opponent know PRIOR to the game being started. If you haven't, you CANNOT go for it in a situation where your kicker can't make the long FG (for example, on your opponent's 28 yard line, equalling a 45 yard FG. If your kicker can't hit that and you didn't mention it prior to the game, you either punt or attempt the FG anyway. If you've mentioned it to your opponent so they're aware before the game, it's ok to go for it if it's not a ridiculous amount of yards in the situation). As an addendum to that, if your kicker really can't hit the long FG, you may want to post it in the forums so everyone is aware. If you've posted it here, that's good enough for me to allow you not to kick the FG if your kicker can't hit it. Again, play within reason with this. Let me know if you have any questions or issues.