I was thinking that would be the case but I didn't want to make a meal of it and go through that whole process and not be rewarded.
There were other formations that allowed me to flex out my tight end and halfback as wideouts at the same time but this meant an empty back formation which is not what I wanted. With the Americans H-back flex formations the fullback is still in the backfield. So I can have Otis Anderson at fullback while Meggett is at halfback and split out as a wide out. That way the only substitution is Anderson at fullback thus not having to substitute a wide out for the halfback. Play wise it also allows me to use both their talents at the same time and with formation shifts I can work wonders with those 2 formations in combination with others.
However this is definitely a formation all its own, not a part of any but just incase I wll look again when I get home to be sure.
It's not a part of anything else. I remember this formation from 2k5. It was in the Jets playbook as well as the other one you were talking about and the Jets playbook was the only one with it then.