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Old 04-25-2009, 11:09 AM   #1
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What happen to scaling ratings?

Reguardless of how you rank your top ten players I thought the point of scaling down ratings where so people who would normally be an 87or so would be more like a 79 or so. So the 90's ratings can be reserved for the elite and still allow them room to improve. From just the few numbers I have seen these are still way to high. There should be no 99OVR at all there should be less then a dozen players over 95! This seems to be the same as last year.
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Old 04-25-2009, 11:12 AM   #2
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Re: What happen to scaling ratings?

They also said the Elite players were not going to change that much. Hence why we have "so many" 90+ overall players.

Couldnt this have been posted in the other 2-3 ratings thread?
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Old 04-25-2009, 11:20 AM   #3
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They also said the Elite players were not going to change that much. Hence why we have "so many" 90+ overall players.

Couldnt this have been posted in the other 2-3 ratings thread?
Maybe! I see a bunch of threads with similiar topics and got carried away LOL!

close this thread please.
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Old 04-25-2009, 11:46 AM   #4
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Re: What happen to scaling ratings?

I was going to post a thread on this topic today. There are way too many 99 ovr rated players already. I thought the point of scaling players was to allow truly elite players to exist. There seem to be way too many players above 95+ and it shouldn't be like this. All-Pro players should be 90+ and Hall of Fame players should be 95+. They need to be scaled back even more.
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Old 04-25-2009, 11:58 AM   #5
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I was going to post a thread on this topic today. There are way too many 99 ovr rated players already. I thought the point of scaling players was to allow truly elite players to exist. There seem to be way too many players above 95+ and it shouldn't be like this. All-Pro players should be 90+ and Hall of Fame players should be 95+. They need to be scaled back even more.
Ill post this again...

They look players that were overall 80-85s and made them into 60-75 overalls. So now the average starting player is somewhere in the range of 60-80 meaning those players that play elite head and shoulder above the rest stand out. There are alot of players that stand out in the league. They said its like 50 players that are 95+. I would expect a similar number for in the 90 up to 95. This means if you manage to get a player with elite talent he will stand out in comparison to your other 70 overall starters.
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Re: What happen to scaling ratings?

One thing mention here, last year there were 8 players rated 99 overall. This year 6 not counting QBs, Oline and special teams. There will be atleast one QB and probably one or 2 olinemen. They took none of the top players down. I am hoping that they at least dropped these "elite" players in their areas of weakness. I hope guys like tom and drew won't have top arm strength just because they are considered elite QBs.

I hope AD won't be given like a 97 trucking rating, he is a strong runner but when compared with the truely powerful backs in the league he isn't really up there.

I hope fitz doesn't have high 90s speed, speed isn't really the main part of his game. He should probably be low 90s in this area.
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Re: What happen to scaling ratings?

did you not see d. hall? he is what like a 68 now. Thats scaled down.
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They look players that were overall 80-85s and made them into 60-75 overalls. So now the average starting player is somewhere in the range of 60-80 meaning those players that play elite head and shoulder above the rest stand out. There are alot of players that stand out in the league. They said its like 50 players that are 95+. I would expect a similar number for in the 90 up to 95. This means if you manage to get a player with elite talent he will stand out in comparison to your other 70 overall starters.
Thats just half the battle in my book. They should have left room for players to grow and limited the overall number of elite players in M10 IMO. P.Manning can still be elite at 96 and Fitzgerald at 95.
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