Oneback's Slider Testing

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  1. Emmdotfrisk

    Emmdotfrisk Working half days on my days off.

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    Oneback's Slider Testing

    Since we are getting close to getting this thing going I want to have the upper hand with sliders. Here is a set of sliders I am going to test out...


    **Explanation for Settings**


    If you guys would like to help me test these post some feedback and results from your game!
     
  2. controllerabuser

    controllerabuser Purple People Eaters

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    Doing some testing. These are the penalties and sliders I used. I am going to play Texas(6*), Rice(2*) and Utah(4*). Below the penalties and sliders are the stats and some game notes.

    Penalties
    Offsides 95
    False Start 95
    Holding 50
    Facemask 50
    O Pass Interference 100
    D Pass Interference 100
    KR/PR Interference 100
    Clipping 55
    Intentional Grounding 100
    Roughing the Passer 100
    Roughing the Kicker 100


    Sliders
    Offense Human CPU[/U][/B]
    QB Accuracy 35 30
    Pass Block 50 60
    WR Catching 50 50
    RB Ability 50 50
    Run Blocking 30 60
    Defense Human CPU[/U][/B]
    Pass Coverage 45 60
    Pass Rush 45 55
    Interceptions 15 30
    Running Defense 30 60
    Tackling 50 55
    Special Teams Human CPU[/U][/B]
    FG Power 40 55
    FG Accuracy 15 60
    P Power 40 55
    P Accuracy 25 95
    Kickoff Power 50 50

    Version 1.0


    Test Game #1
    :4stars: #23 Utah @ :4stars: UCLA




    I thought I lowered the CPU Pass Rush but I guess I didn't. The only changes I made were lowering the CPU Pass Coverage from 65->60 and increasing the User QB Accuracy from 30 -> 35.

    I think the CPU Pass Rush could go down to 50. You don't have any time for the receiver to complete a route.

    The FG Accuracy for users definitely needs to go up. I missed 3 XP in one game.

    My thoughts about this game against #23 Utah is - Utah fumbled 3 times. I ran 1 back for a touchdown and the other put us inside their territory. Utah was on the road for this one. I don't know if the score or the win shows any justice for the sliders. You would think that a ranked team with the same prestige on the road would play like this against a similar quality opponent.


    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3
    UCLA
    Stat ​
    Utah
    21
    Score ​
    14
    9
    1st Downs​
    11
    237
    Total Offense ​
    205
    158
    Rush Yards​
    80
    79
    Pass Yards​
    125
    4-9
    3rd Down Conversions​
    7-13
    2
    Turnovers​
    3
    1
    Fumbles Lost​
    3
    1
    Interceptions ​
    0
    282
    Total Yards​
    245
    0-0
    Penalties ​
    1-5
    16:23
    T.O.P.​
    17:27


    UCLA
    Passing : Kevin Prince 9-14 79 yards, 1TD 1INT
    Rushing : Jonathan Franklin 21-133 yards, 1TD

    Utah
    Passing : Jordan Wynn 14-21 125 yards, 2TD
    Rushing : Eddie Wide 20-73 yards
     
  3. Cimmy24

    Cimmy24 Candy Ass Self

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    We're still testing sliders? What's wrong with the ones we have?
     
  4. controllerabuser

    controllerabuser Purple People Eaters

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    I was asked, so I am doing it. The pass rush and pass coverage are up for debate.
     
  5. Emmdotfrisk

    Emmdotfrisk Working half days on my days off.

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    I wonder what its like if pass coverage both CPU and user are at 0
     
  6. controllerabuser

    controllerabuser Purple People Eaters

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    Test Game #2
    :4stars:UCLA @ 6* #3 Texas


    Score should have been a little closer. I was going to upload them but didn't. Had two fluke plays. One, on 3rd and long at the 50, they bombed it deep. I intercepted it and tried to juke but fumbled. They scored. Then on the following kick-off I tried to juke again out of a tackled and fumbled which was scooped up and scored. It was 17-10 Texas leading at the time.

    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3
    UCLA
    Stat ​
    Texas
    10
    Score ​
    31
    9
    1st Downs​
    14
    225
    Total Offense ​
    327
    -12
    Rush Yards​
    162
    237
    Pass Yards​
    165
    2-10
    3rd Down Conversions​
    7-13
    3
    Turnovers​
    2
    2
    Fumbles Lost​
    1
    1
    Interceptions ​
    1
    326
    Total Yards​
    365
    1-15
    Penalties ​
    3-25
    14:36
    T.O.P.​
    16:25


    UCLA
    Passing : Kevin Prince 12-24 237 yards, 1TD 1INT
    Rushing : Jonathan Franklin 12- -2 yards

    Texas
    Passing :Garrett Gilbert 13-22 148 yards, 2TD 1INT
    Rushing : Fozzie Whitaker 14-104 yards

    Texas Defense - 4 sacks
    UCLA Defense - 5 sacks
     
  7. Cimmy24

    Cimmy24 Candy Ass Self

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    Damn, can't run the ball?
     
  8. controllerabuser

    controllerabuser Purple People Eaters

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    Guess not.. On that defense
     

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