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Old 08-29-2014, 07:47 PM   #1
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15-Minute Quarter Franchise Mode--Realistic User vs. CPU sliders/settings

I've been tweaking these since the early release was available and am pretty happy with them now. I might update these in the future at some point, but I've gotten to a point where the results are consistent and may not need changed anymore. Keep in mind, these are for players who play the game with a sim style in mind (balanced play calls, not trying a hail mary on every play, not trying to exploit glitches or any other cheese). Also, these work better when you do NOT user catch. Let your CPU teammates do their jobs based on their ratings. Here we go:


League Settings


Skill level: All-Pro
Quarter length: 15 minutes
Accelerated clock: On
Minimum play clock: 16
Game speed: Slow
Play call style: Quick (this prevents you from choosing money plays every time)
Strafe assist: On (optional)
Heat seeker: On (optional)
Ball hawk: On (optional)
Kick aiming arc: Off






Sliders


Player Skill
QB accuracy: 17
Pass blocking: 50
WR catching: 45
Run blocking: 38
Fumbles: 44
Pass defense reaction time: 20
Interceptions: 39
Pass coverage: 20
Tackling: 36


CPU Skill
QB accuracy: 17
Pass blocking: 90
WR catching: 45
Run blocking: 92
Fumbles: 44
Pass defense reaction time: 40
Interceptions: 39
Pass coverage: 40
Tackling: 51


Special Teams
FG power: 52
FG accuracy: 40
Punt power: 52
Punt accuracy: 60
Kickoff power: 50


Game Options
Injuries: 50
Fatigue: 60
Min player speed threshold: 0


Penalty
Offside: 65
False start: 62
Holding: 62
Face mask: 53
Defensive pass interference: 100
Offensive pass interference: 100
Punt catch interference: 50
Clipping: 57
Intentional grounding: 7
Roughing passer: 65
Roughing kicker: 55


Auto Subs
QB sub in: 50
QB sub out: 49
HB sub in: 88
HB sub out: 83
WR sub in: 70
WR sub out: 65
FB/TE sub in: 60
FB/TE sub out: 55
OL sub in:55
OL sub out: 50


DT sub in: 75
DT sub out: 70
DE sub in: 75
DE sub out: 70
LB sub in: 75
LB sub out: 70
CB sub in: 75
CB sub out: 70
S sub in: 75
S sub out: 70


Please trust me, these settings work very well. Even if you think some of the numbers look far too high or far too low, give them a shot for a few games before judging. My typical game has the teams each scoring in the low 20s to low 30s. Just remember to play the game like an actual coach would call plays and don't user catch. If you follow those guidelines along with the settings above, I believe you will be in for an entertaining, challenging, and realistic experience. Feel free to discuss these settings or any others in this thread, I don't know how active I'll be able to be.


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Old 08-29-2014, 08:09 PM   #2
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Re: 15-Minute Quarter Franchise Mode--Realistic User vs. CPU sliders/settings

These sliders look pretty good am going to try them out tonight. A couple of questions, how are the user sacks and does the cpu qb spread the ball around meaning a good mix of short, medium and long throws? Thanks.
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These sliders look pretty good am going to try them out tonight. A couple of questions, how are the user sacks and does the cpu qb spread the ball around meaning a good mix of short, medium and long throws? Thanks.
Just a FYI, I just tweaked run blocking and tackling the slightest bit. 3, 2, 4, & 8 were my sack totals over the last 4 games. The average seems to be around 4 or 5 per game. Not great, but not awful. The CPU does mix in a nice amount of short and medium passes. It will take a deep shot about 2 or 3 times each game. Again, not great, but also not awful. The CPU tends to throw for between 200 & 250 yards per game, with a sub-200 yarder here or there. Not sure how to improve that without making the CPU roboQB again. Let me know what you think after you play a few games.
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Old 08-30-2014, 10:25 AM   #4
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An issue I am having is that QB inaccuracies don't seem to help the completion percentage at all. I'm still seeing too many high 70s to low 80s from bad quarterbacks. Peyton Manning and Tom Brady rarely ever get that, let alone Ryan FitzPatrick and Geno Smith.
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