Something needs to be done about this. Maybe I am the only one, but personally last season when I joined OMFL, I was pretty peeved by the number of marquee players that were moved to different teams in exchange for some "speed" players. In my opinion, if we are going to call ourselves a sim style league, we shouldn't limit the term "sim" to our style of play. We should also implement rules in terms of how we handle our front office. And I'm sorry Mustang, but this is a prime example of what this league SHOULD NOT allow. Trading a player like Peyton Manning. Hell will freeze over before that happens. I have been talking to quite a few people around the league about this, and I think its pretty bad the way some owners dismantle their teams to build around speed. I think there needs to be some sort of discretion is how players are dealt to teams. My suggestion a while ago, while I think is a solid idea, it possibly be tweaked a little just to suit the league better as a whole. That idea was to implement a rule of a cornerstone player, or a guy who is the face of the Franchise that cannot be moved to a different team, PERIOD. The idea is that we challenge our owners to use a little more tact and skill to build their teams from ground up, while maintaining the realism of the league by not trying to turn their team into a fantasy team of speed. I mean no disrespect to the players that have done it this way in the past, but I feel it takes away the legitimacy of the term "sim" to try and create a team solely around one attribute that clearly this game leans too heavily on. It's damn near the same thing as calling play action pass all game, or running the same plays over and over. You are relying on one aspect of the game instead of trying to win based on skill, tact, and strategy. It's not sim, not one bit. So my suggestion would be to create a list (determined by the owners) of players that cannot be moved regardless. I also would like to challenge owners to stop relying so heavily on the speed attribute. I don't mind an owner that likes to have speed on their team, but not sacrificing their star players just to get it. If we truly want to call ourselves a sim league, lets build our teams like they would be in a sim league.