I agree with basically everything. I'd do Elite Moss over CE Fitz. I'd do Rookie Fluker over Rookie Smith at RT due to stamina but that's somewhat scheme specific.
Like the receiving back category. Ricky Watters is a nasty card - I picked him up real early after release for 5k (huge steal at that point) and won a lot of games subbing him in shotgun sets and chewing up LBs. Sproles fills that role now and a lot more people seem to be doing it.
Seeing Bo #1 unanimously makes me feel amazing that I actually have him. Lol.
But I would definitely keep Elite Champ Bailey in my top 3 CBs. His stats are top notch and he is a playmaker, even if it isn't a pick.
Why is Pouncey looked down upon? He has the exact same stats as DeCastro.. Never figured that one out
With Pouncey and DeCastro, the stats on the card are not actually what they are on the depth chart. For lineman, ignore the card and look at the depth chart. Look at Zeitler, his card has like 60-70 blocking ratings, but on the depth chart they are high 80's-90's. Elite Champ doesn't have quite the skills of the other top corners. Woodson and Sanders have an advantage due to their speed. Peterson is the best tackling corner and is top notch in coverage. TC Law has like 80 something catching and always gets picks. I haven't played with Champ, but when I've faced him I haven't been impressed. My HW Howard and CV Jackson can get deep on him and beat him across the middle. For outside corners, in my scheme I almost need Sanders and Woodson's speed so they don't get beat deep. For inside, I need hitting for run support and I like good hands since they get a lot of interception opportunities. I play one safety user a lot since people abuse money routes on here, and I play the other covering a deep half. Only weakness in this is the occasional deep ball, but most of the time, Woodson comes down with a pick in that situation.