And by this, I mean this: For those of you who can not view the video it is my Utah squad in PFP playing against Bulldog 's USC squad. At the 3:10 and 1:10 mark, respectively, in a 28-21 ball game, Bulldog called this play (reversed so the LOLB blitzes). The LOLB runs right past the RG on both plays and insta-sacks my QB. Now I'm not saying that that sort of sack should never happen. When there are more blitzers than blockers, or if there's a twist on a zone blitz, that's cool. That's good football. But that's not what happened here. In both instances, the LOLB shows blitz and gets nose to nose with the RG, and the RG doesn't even contemplate blocking the blitzing LOLB. And before someone asks me the respective ratings of the two players, that's irrelevant. I don't care if the OL was a 40 OVR walk on, and the LOLB was 99 in every rating. The OL should at least touch or contemplate touching the guy in the above scenario. If the OL get's insta-swimmed or bull-rushed, cool, but the above just does not happen. It doesn't. This is just the latest in a series of frustrations for me with this game. The no-huddle "fix", the inability of zone coverage against the seam routes, the server instabilities (thankfully Bulldog recorded our game, lest I'd have no video of those two plays because I haven't had a recap or highlight uploaded since the "patch"), defenders standing pat as the ball-carrier / receiver runs right past them, or on the opposite end, DBs still running routes before the WR does and on and on and on. Those issues, however, pale in comparison to what occurs in that video. It's just impossible to watch that video and think of a possible justification for that to occur in a football game. Some caveats: To paraphrase one of the best youtube videos ever: "I know there are way more important things than o-line blocking in a football video game, but this game is supposed to be our pleasant distraction from those things. But all we do is pay you money to put us in a bad mood every cycle." I've immensely enjoyed my time here at TSO since I got here, and that enjoyment has increased exponentially since I've become a premier member. But if I'm to accept the notion that EA listens to our grievances on our communities, that the game changers can influence the process (which I know they have, the height and weight ratios alone certainly prove that), then I am compelled to post my thoughts here in the hopes that someone can tell me what in the name of Christ the above video means to EA. Because to me, it means the reduction of an otherwise phenomenal game and community to sheer aggravation every time this happens. Appreciate any thoughts and comments you guys have.