Since it came up and we have some time, I figured we could discuss the use of QBs in this league. Originally I wasn't going to allow QBs to be a part of the league, but that was when I was planning on having folks create their rookies. After some thinking I later strayed from this idea (it would add too much talent to a few positions and kind of throw things off kilter; plus all sorts of rules would need to be created about ratings, size, strength, traits, etc. etc.) When I changed the premise over to the class of 2012, I thought about it and decided to add QBs back into the mix. The thinking was the following ... 1 - Everybody is basically free to choose their own degree if difficulty and honestly when we look at how people are doing, it'll be with a grain of salt. IMO somebody making the All-Pro game at SS is a lot more impressive than somebody at QB. 2 - There's only a handful of viable QBs to begin with and that number is going to decrease when other players are taken and you consider who they're backing up. 3 - After Luck and Griffin III their ratings drop off the table. You go from Luck (84 overall) to Griffin III (83 overall) to Weeden and Tannehill (74). The next guy is Cousins who's a Redskin (so only him or Griffin will be picked). 4 - All of those guys are on horrible teams.