This isn't necessarily in regards to a certain situation, just a general question. I thought and I guess that I still think four verts is kind of a cheesy play, but in another thread on a different topic Shaun said he was a big fan of it. My floor mates who occasionally play the game all pretty much run a scheme where slants, power, and verts accumulate 80-90% of their plays. I've heard people mention wide receiver screens before. I don't think they're cheese, but I'm curious what other people think. What about the slot/TE? In another thread, Jerzey said there was no such thing as slot cheese because somebody could just move their best receiver to the slot. I always thought that this was kind of a rule though, I know when I first came here I was told that I passed it in the slot too much. Around what ratio do you think is sim? I mean, I've had games against people where there hasn't been a pass attempted to a person on the outside. Tight ends always seem to be the go to guy, even if their ratings aren't good. But yeah, where is the invisible line drawn?