Only question I had was what's a nano? Cause you said no nanos. I'm just not familiar with that one haha
In last years game, it was a cheap way to blitz where it was impossible for the offensive line to block the pass rushers (2-3 players would automatically break through the line without the o-line even touching them)
An example would be in last years game when you could pump-fake backwards, causing an all out defensive blitz allowing easy pass completions down field.
Keep linemen on line pre-snap:
No running ANY streaks out of the backfield, including RB, WR TE and FB:
They fixed that in this years game, I'll remove the rule. Wildcat is perfectly fine.
No chew clock until the 4th quarter:
Yes teams do this in real life, but with only 5 minute quarters and chew clock, it's possible for 1 offensive drive to take up over a quarter, making the game much less enjoyable.
HUNH is awesome and definitely allowed, I will almost certainly be running it a bit myself.
Jump around is fine, people can either stay at the 1-star and build them up or leave after a few seasons and try to get to their dream job.
--No nanos. No cheese plays. Keep your linemen on the line during pre-snap. No running the prevent D (Dropping 10 guys back) unless it’s the last 2 minutes of each half. No chew clock until the 4th quarter. Pretty much play as realistic as possible