As I’m closing in on finishing the 2011 regular season and reviewing the teams whose season is already completed, it really makes me appreciate the flexibility that Ray Dunlap’s “Quota Chart” offers especially in the running game. As hard as I try, it’s very difficult to replicate the exact number of carries or pass attempts for each player. The game is going to dictate at times a player exceeding his actual attempts. So, what is a realistic amount that a player should exceed his actual without completely skewing statistics? For me, the answer is in Ray Dunlap’s math-based system. Like all of his other innovations, it’s very thought out, realistic and fine-tuned over years of practical application. Thanks Ray, for this great contribution to APBA Football!!