This is a thought I've been musing on awhile, and while I can play both sides of an argument in my own head, it's usually more valuable to talk to other actual human beings. So the question is simple. What if you could cover players and eliminate the possibility of interception? What if AG 2/1 players could never intercept? Passing is usually anathematic to sound BB play due to the increased risk factors. And even proponents of passing using a good team for it will be stymied when they can't get thrower and catcher completely clear of coverage. This typically means there are 3 risk factors involved in a pass. The Pass roll, the Catch Roll, and the Intercept roll. Would it be a net positive or negative for the game if by using your players to mark possible interceptors you could relieve 1/3 of the risk factors involved in a pass? The buff to passing seems partially self corrected by the fact that you'd be basing a bunch of your players. A failed pass, or at least a failed immediate score, is going to bring a lot of reprisal. In my mind it would open up the game a bit and maybe add a few pages to playbooks for most teams. Thoughts?