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Old 05-26-2009, 07:30 AM   #9
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Doesnt that drag on toooo long though
na, it's the only way to go for me, the moment i start simming is the moment i stop really caring because i'm not totally immersed in the situation..you have no idea how much i want to sim sometimes to get to the cool parts of the game..but holding out makes it that much more satisfying plus i like having complete control over what plays my players learn, how fast they learn them, every aspect of the stats, and what how many attribute points my coaches recieve..it's the only way to go for me!!
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Old 05-26-2009, 09:14 PM   #10
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na, it's the only way to go for me, the moment i start simming is the moment i stop really caring because i'm not totally immersed in the situation..you have no idea how much i want to sim sometimes to get to the cool parts of the game..but holding out makes it that much more satisfying plus i like having complete control over what plays my players learn, how fast they learn them, every aspect of the stats, and what how many attribute points my coaches recieve..it's the only way to go for me!!
Yeah i do everything myself too...except preseason. Just does nothing for me.
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Old 05-26-2009, 10:25 PM   #11
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Yeah i do everything myself too...except preseason. Just does nothing for me.
i used to feel that way but then i realized the regular season is for running learned/mastered plays and starters (besides in blowouts)..the preseason is the time to learn NEW plays and run the unlearned plays that you want to learn as well as evaluate new talent and determine who's making the roster in what capacity..so it can mean something or a lot depending on how you look at it..
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Old 03-08-2011, 11:15 AM   #12
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could u reset the yrs?

like coach for 1 team for like 10 yrs, then change teams.

would u changing teams reset the counter and say give u another 15 yrs?
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Old 03-08-2011, 11:24 AM   #13
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No, it's 15 total years no matter which team your with.
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Old 03-08-2011, 11:25 AM   #14
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i used to feel that way but then i realized the regular season is for running learned/mastered plays and starters (besides in blowouts)..the preseason is the time to learn NEW plays and run the unlearned plays that you want to learn as well as evaluate new talent and determine who's making the roster in what capacity..so it can mean something or a lot depending on how you look at it..
I agree, i like the preseason too for those reasons. My issue is I get excited for the incoming rookie class and get impatient and skip ahead. I am trying not to be patient and play each game even though I want badly to sim to the draft to get Aundray Bender.
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I agree, i like the preseason too for those reasons. My issue is I get excited for the incoming rookie class and get impatient and skip ahead. I am trying not to be patient and play each game even though I want badly to sim to the draft to get Aundray Bender.
Here's how I handle preseason-I put all rookies 1st on the depth chart, supersim the 1st half of the 1st preseason game, quit at halftime, supersim the 1st half again, and continue doing that until all rookies have Learned the playbook. I will play the last 3 minutes of the preseason game so I can steal plays. It is important to play the preseason games the first couple years so you can build approval with Defining Moments.
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