You need to pick a punter. A full roster in this exercise includes a K and a P. If you don't want to punt that's all well and good but I'm going to go ahead and assume that anything over a 4th and 5 is a TOD, and you're only going to convert maybe a quarter of the plays that are 4th and 4 or smaller. Unless you have the equivalent of the RL Seahawks D from the Super Bowl you're going to have a bad time.
OK. So my statistically supported - and admittedly, outside-the-box - argument means dogshit to you. That's fine. It is, after all, unorthodox. but as a result you're deciding that Aaron Rodgers literally never picks up a 4th and more than 5 - literally 0% of the time, with the objectively best offensive line in this league - and fails 75% of the time on 4th and 4, 4th and 3, 4th and 2, 4th and 1, and 4th and less than 1.
By contrast, I think that your outside-the-box thinking - which basically entailed drafting the best defensive end in the game, and forcing him into a ridiculous TACKLE position that most closely resembles a JV coach's attempt to punish an overly talented player for getting too big a head, and then trying to call it a "smokescreen" - is great. I'm going to vote that every time you face a 3rd and more than 5, they fail to convert and they punt. And if it's third and 4 or less, they probably only convert say... I don't know. A quarter of the time.
Jesus, this group went too easy on you for that fucking moronic bullshit.