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Old 09-15-2016, 02:06 PM   #217
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I started my CFM with some sliders that shall remain nameless. Every game resulted in unrealistically high offensive numbers, not fun. I reset after the pre season and decided to try these sliders. I looked up the playbook change idea and decided against trying it because it looked like it was meant for online play. I may revisit this.

With the tiny sample size of one half of football i have paused to gush.

My 49ers are in Denver for week 2 of the preseason. Things are different. We came out and were done in three plays ending in a Von Miller sack, fair enough. C.J Anderson and Paxton Lynch systematically tore us apart over 8 minutes culminating with an 11 yard pass to Sanders to go up 7. Anderson had over 6 YPC and Lynch was 7-8. I liked the time the drive took but was worried again about offense. We ended the quarter on a SF punt. 7-0. There was only one penalty for a face mask in the quarter.

The second Q starts and the subs are in. The Broncos commit 2 false starts in a row. We sack Siemian on the 1 and things are looking bright. On third and Texas we over commit to a blitz and Juwan Thompson burns us for 60 on a draw, beautiful. From there Denver miss a 64 yard FG. The offenses sputter a little and we trade missed FG's. They miss from 58 and we miss from 46. Just as we get some momentum a rookie WR fumbles after a beautiful 30 yard catch and run, turnover. Denver use it to convert a 52 yard FG. With 4:31 left in the half we take the ball. Early in the drive we commit 2 false start penalties. Immediately ater the second the Broncos commit back to back PI infractions to take us inside the 10. One more false start and we settle for 3. Could all of these late in the half penalties be due to fatigue?? I friggin hope so! After a 3 and out we get the ball with almost no time left and Kaep throws a pick and puts Denver in business inside our 30. They quickly get inside our 10. On a roll out Siemian is strip sacked and we return it to mid field. A hail Mary goes for an INT, Halftime.


This is obviously a lot of big things happening. Overall the game flow is sensible. The champs march down and score with ease and then the starters go out. When this happens the misplays and penalties go up. Another interesting in game fact is that Siemian seemed to build confidence as the quarter went on. He started with some erratic throws but ended up zipping it in with confidence as the game moved on. I have not experienced this previously, maybe it's all in my head lol.

I have noticed that penalties seem to duplicate. I hope this type of game flow continues. Thanks for the work!

Off to the second half...
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Old 09-15-2016, 02:30 PM   #218
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I started my CFM with some sliders that shall remain nameless. Every game resulted in unrealistically high offensive numbers, not fun. I reset after the pre season and decided to try these sliders. I looked up the playbook change idea and decided against trying it because it looked like it was meant for online play. I may revisit this.

With the tiny sample size of one half of football i have paused to gush.

My 49ers are in Denver for week 2 of the preseason. Things are different. We came out and were done in three plays ending in a Von Miller sack, fair enough. C.J Anderson and Paxton Lynch systematically tore us apart over 8 minutes culminating with an 11 yard pass to Sanders to go up 7. Anderson had over 6 YPC and Lynch was 7-8. I liked the time the drive took but was worried again about offense. We ended the quarter on a SF punt. 7-0. There was only one penalty for a face mask in the quarter.

The second Q starts and the subs are in. The Broncos commit 2 false starts in a row. We sack Siemian on the 1 and things are looking bright. On third and Texas we over commit to a blitz and Juwan Thompson burns us for 60 on a draw, beautiful. From there Denver miss a 64 yard FG. The offenses sputter a little and we trade missed FG's. They miss from 58 and we miss from 46. Just as we get some momentum a rookie WR fumbles after a beautiful 30 yard catch and run, turnover. Denver use it to convert a 52 yard FG. With 4:31 left in the half we take the ball. Early in the drive we commit 2 false start penalties. Immediately ater the second the Broncos commit back to back PI infractions to take us inside the 10. One more false start and we settle for 3. Could all of these late in the half penalties be due to fatigue?? I friggin hope so! After a 3 and out we get the ball with almost no time left and Kaep throws a pick and puts Denver in business inside our 30. They quickly get inside our 10. On a roll out Siemian is strip sacked and we return it to mid field. A hail Mary goes for an INT, Halftime.


This is obviously a lot of big things happening. Overall the game flow is sensible. The champs march down and score with ease and then the starters go out. When this happens the misplays and penalties go up. Another interesting in game fact is that Siemian seemed to build confidence as the quarter went on. He started with some erratic throws but ended up zipping it in with confidence as the game moved on. I have not experienced this previously, maybe it's all in my head lol.

I have noticed that penalties seem to duplicate. I hope this type of game flow continues. Thanks for the work!

Off to the second half...
Glad u like em bro. I'm gonna make some slight edits on the original post. Pass blocking for both and cpu run blocking. I'm getting great games. Honestly the method I mentioned for changing the cpu playbooks is a lil time consuming but honestly you could knock it out in an hour. Change their offensive and defensive playbooks I'll post a link to suggestions for each team offensively and defense. But it's definitely worth it

http://www.operationsports.com/forum...-dskins81.html

http://www.idpguru.com/2016/02/2016-...hemes.html?m=1

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Old 09-15-2016, 04:55 PM   #219
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Thank you again! I have tried this and the CPU opponent seems much more dynamic.
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Glad u like em bro. I'm gonna make some slight edits on the original post. Pass blocking for both and cpu run blocking. I'm getting great games. Honestly the method I mentioned for changing the cpu playbooks is a lil time consuming but honestly you could knock it out in an hour. Change their offensive and defensive playbooks I'll post a link to suggestions for each team offensively and defense. But it's definitely worth it

http://www.operationsports.com/forum...-dskins81.html

http://www.idpguru.com/2016/02/2016-...hemes.html?m=1
dman, these sliders look interesting and I'm looking forward to trying them out. I'm new to Madden 17 and haven't owned or played any other copy since Madden 12, so most of these features and options are new to me.

The way I use the game is a bit unusual. It's an offline franchise and I have the CPU controlling all 32 teams and every aspect of the game on the field (play calling, substitutions, etc) as well as off the field (signing free agents, releasing and signing players, setting depth charts, etc). I just watch the games on the screen with no influence from me.

I'm interested in the playbooks you're talking about, but I don't have it set to online like you do. Would you or someone else care to tell me how to set up the playbooks on offense and defense on one team the way I use the game and I'll duplicate the process for the other 31 teams? Right now, I haven't watched any games and I have 32 separate head coach profiles set up. Where do I go from here? LOL.

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dman, these sliders look interesting and I'm looking forward to trying them out. I'm new to Madden 17 and haven't owned or played any other copy since Madden 12, so most of these features and options are new to me.

The way I use the game is a bit unusual. It's an offline franchise and I have the CPU controlling all 32 teams and every aspect of the game on the field (play calling, substitutions, etc) as well as off the field (signing free agents, releasing and signing players, setting depth charts, etc). I just watch the games on the screen with no influence from me.

I'm interested in the playbooks you're talking about, but I don't have it set to online like you do. Would you or someone else care to tell me how to set up the playbooks on offense and defense on one team the way I use the game and I'll duplicate the process for the other 31 teams? Right now, I haven't watched any games and I have 32 separate head coach profiles set up. Where do I go from here? LOL.
If you click on that first link dskins81 breaks it down verbatim for an offline 32 team franchise. It's a nice little read but definitely worth it
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Old 09-16-2016, 01:35 AM   #222
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You mentioned early on in the thread your QB wasn't scrambling/rushing for a mobile QB. The same thing happened in M16 and the work around was to select another offensive player before you hike it. You still don't control whichever player you switched to, but it allows the QB (especially mobile traited ones) to act as they should.

Sounds like the same is necessary in M17 per your early post.
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You mentioned early on in the thread your QB wasn't scrambling/rushing for a mobile QB. The same thing happened in M16 and the work around was to select another offensive player before you hike it. You still don't control whichever player you switched to, but it allows the QB (especially mobile traited ones) to act as they should.

Sounds like the same is necessary in M17 per your early post.
It might be worth a shot but my qb doesn't scramble and I'm not really playing coach mode anymore. I'm doing cpu vs cpu so I don't control anything. He just won't take off. Every once in awhile he'll move around in the pocket to avoid pressure but he just won't scramble when it's appropriate
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BEST SLIDERS EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Let's get a game on the Xbox one gamer tag lbhnic88
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