I agree it isn't a big deal at all, but Noah has a point. Anytime something outside the engine is brought up that would be a relatively easy fix, we are told it isn't a priority right now. It is almost like we are making excuses for Wis. "they are too busy to fix that". "Don't distract them from the main task" "that isn't as important as XYZ". Why can't they offer a couple of internships to some college kids to work under the developer to get all of this done or at the very least, address the main issues in a more timely fashion so the small ones aren't viewed as a distraction?
As far as this specific issue, I like the idea of the default practice plan that Bhazlewood suggested. I am not sure this creates as big an issue as Noah seems to think, but if fixing it is fast and easy, I don't see why it should be ignored. Of course, I would prefer they get the TE back from the negative zone first. I have a team in my conference who has been ranked in the bottom 3 for like 5 years running in Argenteno. The team is just as bad, if not worse, than the one Noah linked. It has not really impacted me in any way, and makes for a comical game once per year,