Alright guys, been thinking about this for a while. Honestly, I hate the fact that my guy won a Heisman as a freshman. I seriously hate it. I do think he is incredible and I think he is that good, his performance in user games should show that, but there's no way a freshman from TSU should ever win a Heisman. I didn't over use him, I didn't load him up with carries, but I must do something to control this. In order to continue to make this league great, we should be ever mindful of our own gameplay as we look at others. For me, this starts with my RB. I am committing this year to throwing the ball more. I would like to get it up to 25 times a game ideally. My RB will get carries, but I will use a much wider variety of run plays and plays I ignore. I love this league, and I am aware that a freshman winning the Heisman was looked on by some as being cheap and I am okay with that. Also, I am going to severely limit my blitzing. No more egregious amounts of LB sacks. I will say that my blitzing did hurt as I finished last year in the 110's in pass defense. But once again, there is no way I should win awards. If it means more losses, then bring it on. At least I will never be as bad as Plague, or Bonner.