two things that are of mild import to playmaker, i just happen to be bored and have too much time:
1. If a play has a lateral diagrammed out of bounds, and a player other than the QB throws it they have a chance of throwing it forward (because of their lack of throwing skill) for positive yardage, while the simulator counts it as a lateral and a fumble that went out of bounds instead of an incomplete pass. This would be an inconsistent way to gain yardage (they sometimes succesfully throw it backwards for a loss), but it is possible
2. I have an admittedly ridiculous play in which the QB takes the snap makes a quick lateral to the FB standing about three yards away who in turn makes a quick lateral to the HB (also about three yards away) and the HB tosses it up for to reciever. This consistently nets me 1-7 yards against my defense on the practice field, however it is always called back for an "illegal forward pass" against my FB whose lateral is clearly backwards. Then I moved the FB further forwards just to be sure, and the penalty is now called on the HB.
No need to reply to this, I just like this easter egg kinda stuff. no need to rework any code or anything for this silliness.