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Old 07-14-2008, 02:40 PM   #41
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EDIT: Might as well post these too... Because Easley probably doesn't get the recognition he should:

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He was basically on par with the best defensive players of his era. Considering those players included LT, Ronnie Lott, and Mike Singletary... That's sayin' somethin'.
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Old 07-17-2008, 12:08 AM   #42
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I just witnessed a QB and center fumble a snap exchange. I replayed it about five times before I saved it. This was something that I never thought that I would see in a football game. Aside from the center snapping the ball over my punters head, the fumbled snap was the most amazing little thing that caught me off guard. This game is still "head and shoulders above the rest." WOW!! Simply WOW!!
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Old 07-17-2008, 02:51 PM   #43
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last night in an off line game in the snow, my kicker slipped and missed a 34 yard FG badly. he fell right on his back. i was rushing a little bit because it was closing out the half, but nothing was out of the norm.

next in an online game, my ILB pulled up lame rushing the QB. it looked like a hamstring pull with his hand on his hamstring and him not being able to really run on his left leg. eventually the report came back he had a twisted knee. the animation was awesome.
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Old 07-17-2008, 02:57 PM   #44
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I just witnessed a QB and center fumble a snap exchange. I replayed it about five times before I saved it. This was something that I never thought that I would see in a football game. Aside from the center snapping the ball over my punters head, the fumbled snap was the most amazing little thing that caught me off guard. This game is still "head and shoulders above the rest." WOW!! Simply WOW!!
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Old 07-18-2008, 03:54 PM   #45
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I just witnessed a QB and center fumble a snap exchange. I replayed it about five times before I saved it. This was something that I never thought that I would see in a football game. Aside from the center snapping the ball over my punters head, the fumbled snap was the most amazing little thing that caught me off guard. This game is still "head and shoulders above the rest." WOW!! Simply WOW!!

Just the other night my center snapped the ball over the CPU punters head. I was so shocked, the punter picked the ball up and scored on me. Bunch of missed tackles on me behalf.
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Old 07-18-2008, 04:38 PM   #46
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After all the crap I'm putting up with in NCAA 09, I think I'm gonna pop this bad boy in again. The best thing about this game, besides the gameplay, is the fact that there's so many Niner's players that I grew up with....so many that I have 2 Niner's teams to fit them all in, one with Montana, and the other with Young. Of course my Montana team gets most of my love.
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Old 07-21-2008, 05:42 PM   #47
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Wow its been a while since I played but after reading all of these I just had to.

1) I had a Defender get injured and grab his hamstring. So I used hurdle and jumped over
him for a first down.
2) I love the DB, WR bumps where one player just gets dominated.
3) I like when I use Roger Craig and I see him do his run cycle
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