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Old 09-14-2014, 02:35 PM   #25
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Re: Statistics and Sliders_Oraeon

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I'm posting from my phone so forgive me if this question is redundant.

A lower pass reaction time means a faster reaction?
Yes lower is faster.
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Old 09-14-2014, 04:20 PM   #26
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Old 09-14-2014, 08:20 PM   #27
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IND (ME)/NE (CPU)
Score 20/0
Total Plays: 64/53
COMP%: 60/53

Sacks: 4/8
Pass Yd:147/214
Rush Yd: 118/34
YPA: 4.4/5.4 (real world 8.3)
INT 1/3

FUM 0/1
Total DEFL 2/4
Total Drops 2/6
YPC (main back): 5.0/2.0
TFL (total) 12/8

BTK: 2/0
Penalty Yd 35yd/35yd


Really unhappy with my sliders: Sacks are out of control and killing the AI, but not sure what to do unless the patch fixes this. For now will decrease Pass coverage to 0 and bump Pass reaction to 80.

Brady stats: 39 ATT (21 COMP) 18 INCOMP - 4 DEFL - 6 Drops -3 INT = 5 that is about right the problem is too many drops and too many INT. Will decrease INT drastically since it is killing all my games so far to 25. WIll increase WR catch to 34

Running was also killed and still no BTK for CPU which never tries it seems. Will increase run block to 58 and decrease player Tackling to 20

Punts also silly for both at 50 yards will decrease to 35 and see if too short

No player fumbles will set to 25.

NEW SLIDERS FRONT PAGE. Hopefully will be fit for playing by end of next week.

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Old 09-15-2014, 12:33 AM   #28
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Re: Statistics and Sliders_Oraeon

played a game with these sliders, all in all felt pretty good, I will play more with these. Thanks for your hard work.


Pittsburgh Steelers at Carolina Panthers
Jan 1, 1ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Pittsburgh Steelers (2-1)14371034
Carolina Panthers (0-3)07101431
Team Stats Comparison

PITCAR
Total Offense378470
Rushing Yards13687
Passing Yards242383
First Downs1315
Punt Return Yards175
Kick Return Yards51136
Total Yards446611
Turnovers23
3rd Down Converstion3-12(25%)8-17(47%)
4th Down Conversion0-01-1(100%)
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals3-3(100%)3-3(100%)
Penalties4-256-30
Posession Time23:0728:53
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGPITCAR

(PIT) Bell 73 yd run70

(PIT) Miller 13 pass140
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGPITCAR

(CAR) Pilares 20 pass147

(PIT) Suisham 40 yd FG177
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGPITCAR

(CAR) Gano 33 yd FG1710

(CAR) Pilares 88 Pass1717

(PIT) Heyward-Bey 25 pass2417
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGPITCAR

(PIT) Bell 13 pass3117

(CAR) Tobert 1 yd Run3124

(PIT) Suisham 37 yd FG3424

(CAR) Cotchery 73 Pass3431
Pittsburgh Steelers
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
Roethlisberger26/3424231
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
Bell191357.11
Blount372.30
Roethlisberger3-6-2.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
Bell7365.11
Heyward-Bey56813.61
Moore56212.40
Miller43281
Brown330100
Wheaton21470
BLOCKINGPANCAKESACK
Foster10
DeCastro10
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
Shazier12110
Mitchell9010
Timmons6000
Polamalu6000
Moats5400
Jones5100
Worilds4000
Richardson3000
Williams3000
Allen2010
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
Suisham2/24/41040
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
Wing524749.42
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
Archer146460
Banchflower155.00
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
Brown4174.20
Carolina Panthers
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
Newton20/3543732
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
Green26382.60
Tolbert4143.51
Newton263.00
Williams1-1-1.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
Olsen56212.40
Pilares414736.72
Cotchery39632.01
Benjamin35719.00
Salas25025.00
Tolbert22110.50
Williams144.00
BLOCKINGPANCAKESACK
Williams11
Olsen10
Bell04
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
Lester5000
Norman7000
Godfrey4000
Davis4000
Hardy5000
DeCoud5000
Johnson4000
Kuechly2000
Lotulelei2000
Smith2000
Sopoaga2000
Cason2000
Short2000
White2010
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
Gano1/14/4733
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
Nortman6228380
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
Whittaker810020.00
Pilares236180
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
Pilares3620

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Old 09-15-2014, 06:48 PM   #29
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Played as the Titans against the Cowboys with this set, very good game of football. Only difference in settings was I had Intentional Grounding at 5 (this appears to make the QBs release the ball quicker - and this was a feature in this game).

Dallas Cowboys at Tennessee Titans
Sep 14, 20141ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Dallas Cowboys (0-2)770317
Tennessee Titans (2-0)0701421
Team Stats Comparison
DALTEN
Total Offense262450
Rushing Yards161199
Passing Yards101251
First Downs1220
Punt Return Yards035
Kick Return Yards1646
Total Yards278531
Turnovers45
3rd Down Converstion5-1310-17
4th Down Conversion0-00-0
2-Point Conversion00
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals0/13/0
Penalties4-320-0
Posession Time22:5329:07
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGDALTEN
3:28(DAL) M.Claiborne - returned interception 69 yards (D.Bailey kick)70
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGDALTEN
12:54(TEN) K.Wright - 3 yard pass from J.Locker (R.Succop kick)77
1:19(DAL) G.Selvie - returned fumble 50 yards (D.Bailey kick)147
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGDALTEN
9:03(TEN) D.McCluster - 1 yard run (R.Succop kick)1414
3:33(DAL) D.Bailey - 34 yard Field Goal1714
0:06(TEN) J.Hunter - 3 yard pass from J.Locker (R.Succop kick)1721
Dallas Cowboys
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
Tony Romo13/2313301
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
DeMarco Murray201457.20
Lance Dunbar5163.20
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
Terrance Williams35317.60
Jason Witten3268.60
Cole Beasley2147.00
Dez Bryant22814.00
Gavin Escobar144.00
Dwayne Harris133.00
DeMarco Murray155.00
BLOCKINGPANCAKESACK
Zack Martin31
Tyron Smith10
Doug Free01
Donald Hawkins01
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
Sean Lee80.000
Brandon Carr70.000
Barry Church70.000
J.J. Wilcox50.000
Morris Claiborne50.011
Justin Durant50.000
Anthony Spencer41.000
Drake Nevis30.000
Jeff Heath30.000
Terrell McClain20.000
Henry Melton21.000
Jakar Hamilton20.000
Orlando Scandrick20.030
George Selvie10.001
Bruce Carter20.000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
Dan Bailey1/12/2534
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
Chris Jones525250.40
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
Dez Bryant11616.00
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
DeMarco Murray100.00
Tennessee Titans
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
Jake Locker26/4426224
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
Dexter McCluster241596.61
Bishop Sankey5285.60
Jake Locker3124.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
Justin Hunter1011011.01
Delanie Walker6437.10
Kendall Wright46817.01
Dexter McCluster2136.50
T.J. Graham188.00
Jackie Battle111.00
Jonathan Baldwin133.00
Bishop Sankey11616.00
BLOCKINGPANCAKESACK
Andy Levitre10
Delanie Walker10
Byron Stingily01
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
Zach Brown80.000
Bernard Pollard70.000
Blidi Wreh-Wilson60.000
Colin McCarthy40.000
Sammie Hill42.000
Derrick Morgan31.000
Akeem Ayers30.000
Jurrell Casey30.000
Al Woods32.000
Michael Griffin20.010
Zavier Gooden10.000
Jason McCourty10.000
Chance Warmack10.000
Brandon Harris20.000
Delanie Walker10.000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
Ryan Succop0/03/33N/A
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
Brett Kern412030.01
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
Leon Washington24623.00
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
Leon Washington23517.50


Some notes:

Rushing attack on both sides was good, Murray broke clear on occasion, only one run over 20 yards (a 36 yard run which he bounced to the outside - his remaining 19 carries at 5.7 YPC) and had 72 yards after first contact (however only broke 2 tackles per the box score). McCluster had a long of 38 yards (his average over the remaining 23 carries was 5.3 YPC).

4 Fumbles overall (all recovered by the opposition for turnovers):
1. Romo fumbled on the first of Hill's sacks - hit as he tried to scramble clear (recovered by Al Woods)
2. Bryant fumbled after making a downfield catch (recovered by Bernard Pollard)
3. Locker fumbled trying to avoid a sack (recovered and returned for a TD by George Selvie)
4. Murray fumbled on an outside run (recovered by Derrick Morgan)

Romo in the pocket was very active. When faced with pressure looked to move away or get rid of the ball. Several times he either made a hurried throw towards the 1st Down mark or out in the flat (occasionally completed), two times when hurried he attempted the dump off to the flat only for the ball to land just behind Doug Free.
His interception was following a sequence of plays that went like this:
1-10 - Illegal Forward Pass - escaped the pocket and threw as he just went past the Line of Scrimmage
2-15 - Sack - Flushed back in the pocket, tried to escape right, defender there on contain, rusher from middle (Sammie Hill) caught him
3-21 - Interception - Hurried again, hit as he threw, ball looped towards Receiver, Griffin stepped in and picked it off.

As for his Sacks, there was the aforementioned one just before the interception, and the one when he fumbled. The Derrick Morgan sack was a quick rush by him off the edge, leaving Doug Free trailing, untouched into the QB. One of the Al Woods sacks was on a called HB Screen as I brought a big rush up the middle right through the gap vacated as the blockers set up the screen. The other was just a simple burst off the line beating Zack Martin and getting at Romo before he could make a read.

Plenty of pass deflections for the Cowboys as I made some errant passes with Locker. Sean Lee had 3 (the 3rd could have ended the game if he intercepted it), Brandon Carr 2, and Selvie, Claiborne, Church and Carter had 1 each. Brandon Harris the only 1 recorded by the Titans.

4 Drops in total - 2 for Kendall Wright, 1 each for Williams and Murray.

Game was won with a high catch by Hunter who held on as he was hit by two defenders.

All in all a very pleasing gameplay experience. Think the Cowboys were a little bit light on offence (especially in the 1st half - Romo was 4/12 at the half) but their D put them into a lead.

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Old 09-15-2014, 10:54 PM   #30
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My personal experience with these sliders )with a few minor changes I made that I liked from previous sliders I was using) is that the coverage is much tighter sometimes a little to tight for my liking, but not every game should be the same. I also have IG set at 1 and the QB are very much self aware. Do they make some bone headed decisions? Yes but, so do some real life QB's ( Tony Romo anyone ?) and yet it feels organic the running is good at times I seem to be able to run with my rams too well at times gaining 6+ yards a carry, but the good news is they are just that an average of 6 with very and I mean very few big runs I think stacy has 1 for 20+ and Mason has 2 so all in all not bad.

I seem to be throwing to many pick6's even with QBA at 12 but I tend to be like a College QB and stare down receivers a little to often( trying to quit). The CPU is good though throwing no more than 2 a game. Speaking of CPU QB, no robo qb or 75% completion percentages only one QB so far and it was Mike Glennon of all people, but I just could not contain Mike Evans and Vincent Jackson both. Jenkins is my only solid Man Cover corner and he's short speaking of short big guys like both the previously mentioned WR's are high pointing balls with Catch at 32 I have human at 30 cause I just don't see enough drops on my end.

What else can I say I mean physics are ugly 80% of the time and tackling would curb some of the silly sniper crumble animations, but I'm not too willing to ruin the good games I am having also QB's are shedding to many sacks with tackling so low, but again afraid to mess.

All in all I love the skider's and I am having some of my best games to this point and I have tried just about all the slider's on this forum. I knew Oraeon would come out with goos ones with great stats to back them up. Your so analytical I am jealous. I always thought I looked into crap to much but sheesh, I'm glad you have though because you have this broken down to a freakin science not that you should have to.

Glad you do though,
Kudos on what you have so far and I will continue to check the forum for more updates.
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Old 09-15-2014, 11:33 PM   #31
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I just finished the biggest nightmare ever. Jags(me) vs. Titans. Lost 15-37, which is fine its the way it happened. Tied 6-6 at half. Competitive though the CPU had wide open receivers every play.

Then in the 2nd half it went into clown mode. They ran at will. Total of 259 yds for an average of 8.4 per rush. 10 broken tackles and 97 yards after first hit. My D was blown off the ball and once they made contact four yards down field they were ran over. A highlight was Wes welker (this is year 2 cfm) caught a slant and trucked two defenders en route to a 43 yard gain.

The CPU had 11 deflections to my 1.

Passing % and sacks were on point for both.

I had zero TFL and the CPU had 9.

I know the jags aren't good but I had no chance on defense in the second half.

I used your sliders on NCAA and appreciate your methodology. The first half was ok but I felt like I was teetering on the edge, then all hell broke loose.

I hope this post isn't too hard to follow, I'm on my phone again. Im wondering where to Begin tweaking.

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Old 09-15-2014, 11:37 PM   #32
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Thanks for the compliments guys. I am very busy with RL basketball right now but hope to do more testing by this weekend. I will also try the Intentional grounding change and see if it helps. I am skeptical penalty slider effects but will try anything to reduce sacks further. Let me know your CPU drop stats and INT if you post games as that is the area I am most interested in polishing.
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