Okay, we've all drafted some pretty lame players over the years. Well a few tricks work like this: First, save your game in advance of Super Bowl weekend. Then skip through everything until you get to draft day. Skip through the draft, then review all the players listed as "Rookie". See where all of them were drafted (i. e . ! St Round, 5th Pick or 4th Round 26th Pick). Try to draft the players you really want just before those spots come up in the draft order. Second, as far as positions go, wide receiver and cornerbacks are the easier ones to pick guys for. Find someone with speed, good agility and good acceleration. You can't teach speed, so get someone that fits the speed you want. Then teach them to catch (or jump) during the Training Camp drills for WRs and DBs. As for RBs, it all comes down to personal favorites, big and slow power backs or slick speed guys. QBs are a matter of arm strength and accuracy. Forget about Awareness, as they will get better if they are on a winning team. O-line I like guys with good balance at speed, strength, acceleration and awareness. Another cheat is all about the money. You will have player's contracts expiring all the time, and you want to save a little dough. The easiest way to do this is to cheat your best players out of their hard earned millions. The quickest way to get the guy you want from free agency or shave a few zeros from the paycheck is to change the players position to something they are much less qualified to do. Make your star runningback a middle linebacker and his overall rating will plummet. This usually means that he'll want a much smaller contract, sometimes even League minimum. Turn that defensive lineman pro-bowler into a third string offensive tackle, and he becomes much cheaper. A note of caution though, some players will take their change of position as an insult and lose some of their overall rating or become a "Team Distraction", others will still demand top dollar. Also, the original position of a player will limit what other positions he can be moved into. A linebacker cannot become a QB, and kickers and punters can only kick or punt, so keep an eye on who can move where and how it alters his overall rating. Here's to saving millions on your roster!