Posted by Trentonjoe on 5/18/2014 6:46:00 AM (view original):
I want the 4th guy to be the sg when the third guy is at sg.
assuming you meant you want the 4th guard to be sg when the 3rd is pg (sorry, i missed in the OP that this was only when both starters were out), you definitely can achieve this as others have said. you have two options, really. first, you can put the 3rd guard and the 2 spot for pg and sg, and put the 4th guard at the 3 spot for sg and 4th for pg. then, when the two are in together, the 4th guard will always be sg while the 3rd will always be pg (2 + 3 < 2 + 4).
the other option is to play your 3rd guard at 2pg and 3sg, and the 4th guard at 4pg and 4sg. when in together, they will still play pg/sg as you desire, 2+4 < 3+4. the possible benefit to doing it this way is if both starters are getting tired, but so is the 4th guard, this will dictate that your 3rd guard will take the place of the starting pg, while the starting sg will play (it will break the tie between which of the starters sits out). this may happen anyway, but it makes it explicit. the possible downside is, in the first setup, if it was going to be one of the two starters (both getting tired) and the 4th guard (fairly fresh, with 3rd at GT), you had a tie breaker where the backup plays sg and your starting pg stays in. in this 2nd scenario, there is no explicit tie breaker, so its whatever the engine does.
you can choose between the two based on how you want those tie breakers to go, or not to go. you can't have full control over all the options, not with just 4 depth chart spots... which is why i'd really like to see 5-6 depth chart spots :)