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Old 02-13-2014, 05:14 PM   #9
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Re: Looking for a good k/p

Anything 96 kpw and better will knock it out of the endzone and hit 50 yarders.
Im not sure acc plays a role. Ive used crosby for awhile and had no accuracy issues... Hes your cheapest bet.

Nortman can be had for. 20k. He knocks it out just as well as janikowski for 50 k cheaper .
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Old 02-13-2014, 05:18 PM   #10
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Does his accuracy really matter? I've always felt that that only matter when the CPU is kicking. I always thought that the accuracy of my kicks were entirely controlled by me.
I'm pretty sure the aim is more forgiving with higher accuracy. I think it is less sensitive if u dont go perfectly straight back and forth. And also if your needle is slightly off with a guy who has bad acc i feel like the trajectory is more seriously affected (the ball tails more)...

I could be wrong tho...

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Old 02-13-2014, 07:44 PM   #11
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My assumption is that kicks will be marginally easier with a more accurate kicker.

Guys to add to the list of kickers:

Nick Harris, P, California. I used him forever and he can boom it.

Brad Nortman, P, Wisconsin. I believe he has 97 or 98 kick power. He can boom it as well.
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My assumption is that kicks will be marginally easier with a more accurate kicker.

Guys to add to the list of kickers:

Nick Harris, P, California. I used him forever and he can boom it.

Brad Nortman, P, Wisconsin. I believe he has 97 or 98 kick power. He can boom it as well.
He sold me his Nortman today. That's why this thread exists. There were none up on the AH as of 2 or 3 hours ago.
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Old 02-13-2014, 07:50 PM   #13
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I found another nortman, I really don't think there is any completion except either janikowskis. No kick returns and makes 55 yard FGs
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Old 02-13-2014, 10:59 PM   #14
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Nortman has 99 KPW, is like 370 pounds, and has 91 speed. Perfect for kickoff coverage in case it lags and you don't get full power
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