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Old 01-09-2010, 08:00 PM   #9
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Re: Imported Draft Classes; The lack of 1st rd QBs

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But I dont think they should make the physical ratings in NCAA relative to those in Madden. Like instead of looking it at as, "this player is a 99 speed for a NCAA record, therefore he's a 96 in Madden", I think there should be a direct translation. So to compensate, players in NCAA should be lower than they are now. For example, the fasted players in NCAA have a 99 speed rating, because they are the fasted players in college. But when they go to Madden, their speed lowers because they arent as fast as NFL players. Right now the fasted players in Madden I believe are Devin Hester and Chris Johnson. Are the fastest players in NCAA as fast as them? If yes, then they should also have 99 speed, and when translated to Madden, they still have 99 speed. If they arent, then in NCAA they should be slower, maybe 95 or 96 speed, and when translated into Madden, they remain the same. So having a player with speed in the 90s in NCAA would be a big deal because when they go to Madden, they'll keep their speed, instead of having people rated high and to compensate and lower physical ratings.

I think that compensation is stupid, its like saying a college player can throw the ball 75 yards in college, but in the Madden(NFL) he can only throw 65? A player runs a 4.3 in college, but in the NFL(Madden) he runs a 4.48? Or a player can bench 225 35x in college, but can only bench 225 28x in the NFL? Thats how the system works right now, which I think is completely ********...

On average players in the NFL are faster than in college, yes, so make it that way. On average, players in Madden should be faster than players in NCAA so they can be directly comparable, as opposed to making it relative to NCAA or relative to Madden. Hope that all make sense.
That makes perfect sense.
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Re: Imported Draft Classes; The lack of 1st rd QBs

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But I dont think they should make the physical ratings in NCAA relative to those in Madden. Like instead of looking it at as, "this player is a 99 speed for a NCAA record, therefore he's a 96 in Madden", I think there should be a direct translation. So to compensate, players in NCAA should be lower than they are now. For example, the fasted players in NCAA have a 99 speed rating, because they are the fasted players in college. But when they go to Madden, their speed lowers because they arent as fast as NFL players. Right now the fasted players in Madden I believe are Devin Hester and Chris Johnson. Are the fastest players in NCAA as fast as them? If yes, then they should also have 99 speed, and when translated to Madden, they still have 99 speed. If they arent, then in NCAA they should be slower, maybe 95 or 96 speed, and when translated into Madden, they remain the same. So having a player with speed in the 90s in NCAA would be a big deal because when they go to Madden, they'll keep their speed, instead of having people rated high and to compensate and lower physical ratings.

I think that compensation is stupid, its like saying a college player can throw the ball 75 yards in college, but in the Madden(NFL) he can only throw 65? A player runs a 4.3 in college, but in the NFL(Madden) he runs a 4.48? Or a player can bench 225 35x in college, but can only bench 225 28x in the NFL? Thats how the system works right now, which I think is completely ********...

On average players in the NFL are faster than in college, yes, so make it that way. On average, players in Madden should be faster than players in NCAA so they can be directly comparable, as opposed to making it relative to NCAA or relative to Madden. Hope that all make sense.
it makes since, but the only problem is that both ratings are based on a scale of 99. the way they explained how ncaa ratings would transport over to Madden (for QBs) was a lil fishy to begin with. But it'll all be pointless until they make certain attributes worth anything in madden (i.e. awareness, strength, hell...ill even say Throwing Power is worthless).
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it makes since, but the only problem is that both ratings are based on a scale of 99. the way they explained how ncaa ratings would transport over to Madden (for QBs) was a lil fishy to begin with. But it'll all be pointless until they make certain attributes worth anything in madden (i.e. awareness, strength, hell...ill even say Throwing Power is worthless).
Yeah I know, but I feel that Madden and NCAA need to be in more conjunction with each other
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