Sorry to bring this up again. Last night I played the Vikings and I usually control Patrick Willis the entire game. Now under the rule you cannot control players pre-snap I did not control Willis till the snap of the ball. The problem I had was that Willis and I would think every other LB are very active and constantly moving by themselves. On some plays Willis would go up to the LOS between the tackles or move outside the tackle right over the TE and I'm thinking to myself Tank is probably thinking I got this guy moving all over the place and that I'm trying to cheat. Now some times I didn't mind computer moving the man all around but other times he was way out of position to make any type of play on the ball. In the 2nd half I would just tap my stick to stop Willis from moving once the huddle broke and it work in stopping him moving around but when I do LB shifts only the 2 outside LB would move, Willis doesn't move anymore so I lose the ability of Willis shifting along with the others. My question is I don't have a problem with the no pre-snap movement rule but is there any flexibility in the rule or should I continue to let the cpu do what he wants and I take over once the snap is done? Even though I did not move Willis at all, they way it looked if I was on the other side of the ball was that my opponent is controlling him the entire way.