And yes, the finesse guys like Peppers should be tuned. Like I said earlier I literally had a game where I'd beat the guard off the line every single time, and since the guards are on the inside, it was like an instant sack. When you get through on the inside, the tackles don't seem to care, and won't bother to help out, it's weird. Being able to get past the guards is the biggest advantage there is, you don't have to worry about running into a lineman who picks you up after you dust off another. The spin move is alot more realistic as you stated, because with how good lineman are, simple swim moves don't do much to the elite blockers in the NFL. The swim move is ridiculously overpowered in the sense you have no real risk, and high reward. I mean even the best tackles get beat after a couple moves if you know what you're doing. Now when you have your best DE/DT over their weak guard/tackle, it just becomes utterly ridiculous. Try going into the lab and sticking Peppers over a weak guard or tackle, you will be able to beat him in 1-2 seconds flat almost every single time.
I have a serious question for you, and I'm not being sarcastic. Is this idea allowed in the SIM community? I am a freestyle player, but I know you tend to lean towards SIM and know your stuff in that department. My question is, is specifically substituting a guy like Peppers over their weakest lineman, and abusing his finesse moves for instant pressure allowed? You can honestly create havoc using it, it can be WORSE than a nano blitz when you consider you can blanket the field in coverage, and still get to the QB in a couple seconds with just 1 rusher... I went around and read some of the SIM rules, and I never found any rules against doing this, all I found were rules that you needed to rush 3 lineman at the least on each play. I am just wondering what the SIM community would think about this idea, because it really is abusing the system in a way, and can have a huge impact.