Discussion in 'Thread Archive' started by BadaBing319, Dec 10, 2010.
Interesting stuff here...
Guys. We will have to seriously look at going to AP if this works. AM is already so freaking unrealistic, they just made everything even BETTER on D, it will be impossible.
We should have a few scrim games on AP to see if it's worth changing. If they made DBs better almost in every crucial area, yeesh.
jesus, im already playing like crap, DBs getting better. When do the WRs get better....lol
While I don't disagree, keep in mind that teams in the OMFL are currently averaging 28.1 PPG in season 2. Teams in the NFL this season are averaging 22.1. So basically, teams in the OMFL are averaging a touchdown more than in real life. I agree some testing should be done, but not sure it's a slam dunk going to all-pro. Scoring is already extremely high as it is...
Bing, remember, most of those points scored are probably CBs taking picks to the house LOL
I'd have 3 less wins if it wasn't for my 70 ovr DBs picking off 80+ QBs.
Agreed. This patch was a focus for online ranked games.
How much is that scoring per game inflated due to Defensive TD's and Defense setting up easy Td's? Something we need to consider.
That is a good point Claven. I just know the last time we went to AP after a patch, it didn't even last a week...
this patch looks like it's fixing defensive awareness though, did the last patch have that? That seems to be the main problem with AP
Wow. Nothing in there about zone coverage improvements. lol
But there was a LOT of focus on the defensive side of the ball. I think a serious look at AP is needed, but we need to be thorough with it.
I still have 1.04 on my system. Deleted my game data and apparently 1.05 is not available for myself yet. Anyone else?
I really hope this patch will make things better. If it does maybe I won't have to expect a fucking drag/crossing route of some sort every third down.
my predictions are that it will drop on tuesday, like every patch in the history of the ps3, minus a couple odd ones.
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