We didn't have this thread so I'm putting one up so that we can give summaries on how other users played during the game. This way we'll be forced to change our game plan and strategies from week to week if your opponent already knows what to expect. Week 6 User: PNC Team: Kentucky Offense: Beware the vertical routes involving the TE. PNC loves to attack the middle like nobody's business, so I would suggest usering a safety or LB with good Jumping and Agility ratings. If the middle is covered he will move onto the out routes which is usually a good beater against man coverage. Ocassionally hit a comeback route or two but this seemed to be the second or usually third read on the play. Definitely not a major threat in the run game. Shut down the first few runs in the game and he moved on to primarily passing every play and abandoned the run game. Has tremendous pocket presence and doesn't get too rattled from pressure. Was not a scramble threat at all, no screens, options, or power run formations. *Goal line formations did come out when inside the 10 yard line* Defense: Played almost entirely in man defense with little zone coverages. Did not bring the blitz very often, so he gives you the ability to sit in the pocket and progress through your reads. Used what I believe was a 4-3 defense playbook. Came out in 4-3, nickel, dime and all variations of those formations. Matched up defensive formations with the personnel that you have on the playcall screen. So if you come out in a passing formation he will match it up with a nickel or dime defense. Overall: Great player, respectful of all SIM rules and was a real pleasure to play. I look forward to playing him next season as well if we manage to get another out before 12 drops. Only tip would be to coordinate before the game about using MICs.