Discussion in 'Thread Archive' started by Black Republican, Sep 6, 2012.
Where is the potential rating found? Or what's it called this year?
It is gone I believe. We gain XP for our players by playing them in games, and then use that xp to 'power them up'. Though, I am not sure if there is any end of season progression/regression beyond this usage of XP. Emmdotfrisk any help there?
They have also revamped the ratings system to include a physical rating, intangibles, body size for position, and production rating etc...
Ah ok, I was looking for it for the trade listing requirements.
oops that is out of date, I need to revise that, thanks! lol
Thinking of that how would a 85ovr be valued in a trade if on a different team he's 79 ovr .... And there is no way to tell until he gets on your squad ? what will the committee be using to gauge trades ?
When you look at other teams players, they are reflected as how they would be in your scheme. So, in example we were to trade Schaub and Palmer. I would put what Palmers ratings would be coming to my team, and we would use Schaubs rating going to your team
So to see the differences in ratings I have to "set up" the trade in game to get the accurate overall numbers.
no, as you look at players on other teams, the ratings you see would be if they were in your scheme. So in that hypothetical trade, I would put down the rating I see for Palmer, and you would put the rating you see for Schaub
Ok I see ..... So how do I see my players value for other teams for the sake of countering trades in things? So it doesn't seem like I'm asking for alot ukno. I may see Palmer as 84ovr how do I know what you see ?
You dont, unless the other guy tells you...
This makes trades a bit more complex
Complex ..... I guess honesty will have to go a long way.
Yeah no potential this year, ratings increases are performance based.
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