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Old 07-26-2010, 05:37 AM   #1
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Heisman Sliders with Promise that need testing

Try these sliders out and please provide feedback if possible.
My initial concerns are maybe too many turnovers happen, not enough drops occur, receiver's separation from defender is sometimes too great maybe, passing game or running game may be too powerful.
Please test these out and tell me what you think. I'd definitely appreciate.
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Heisman 7 minute quarters Threshold-50 Game Speed-Normal
All penalties 100 except holding, facemask, and clipping-55
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Offense
QB Accuracy-30/30
Pass Blocking-60/50
WR Catching-60/70
RB Ability-40/40
Run Blocking-50/50
Defense
Pass Coverage-30/30
Pass Rush-70/50
Interceptions-50/70
Rush Defense-40/40
Tackling-30/30
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FG Power-25/25
FG Accuracy-5/50
Punt Power-50/50
Punt Accuracy-50/50
Kickoff Power-50/50
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Old 07-26-2010, 09:43 AM   #2
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Re: Heisman Sliders with Promise that need testing

INT's are way too high. Should be 0/0 again this year. jmo
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Old 07-26-2010, 03:19 PM   #3
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Re: Heisman Sliders with Promise that need testing

the reasons I have interceptions as they are is that slider has to do alot with head tracking so I gave CPU advantage there and not the User and users pick it off manually
also with Pass Coverage at 30 makes interceptions less of a possibility as defenders won't be jumping as many routes
now issue could happen from QB Accuracy being 30 also but generally those will result in incompletions instead of deflections/INTs
as far as 0/0 I never liked that idea because then it affects head tracking a ton along with making Ints very rare when pass coverage acts corrctly and not totally "psychic"

now I would consider dropping it down but 0/0 is just extreme and not sensible to me IMO
but thanks ALOT for yours as I have read others in the past saying that's the way to go
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