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Old 07-14-2010, 03:24 PM   #25
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Re: WR DROPS

Overall I've thought it was just fine, but I think that if your QB's composure is down and WR have dropped balls, they will drop more balls.

I did have one game where I must have dropped 5 balls of varying degrees of difficulty (including 1 wide open drop, 3 where they caught it and took a step and got hit relatively lightly and 1 where I got lit up) on 3 consecutive 3 and out drives.
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Old 07-14-2010, 03:37 PM   #26
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Re: WR DROPS

People never seem to factor in the fatigue factor in some of these drops

They love to run a hurry up style offense, but when they do this there should be a negative effect to there players fatigue level ....thus you should see some drops

Open WR drops are a very big part of real football and it's how your able to respond after you have one

You can either sit back and cry about it....Or move on and try and recover from it
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