Sim question

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  1. bcduggan

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    Sim question

    I'm trying to be a better sim player on offense. So I have a question. Is it sim to send a player, usually a WR in motion whether it's partial motion or full motion on some running plays. These are not green motion plays I am asking about.

    If the answer is yes, can someone give me a general percentage of how often?
     
  2. MurkYa21

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    Yes, as often as you want.

    It can take up extra time, which could get annoying, but it is not cheese by any means.
     
  3. jello1717

    jello1717 "Those who stay will be champions." -- Bo

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    It's perfectly acceptable to do that for running plays. It's my understanding that it's very not acceptable on passing plays to use partial motion (especially ending with the receiver in the box) as it completely screws the defensive AI. There's no problem with using full motion on passing or running plays.
     
  4. GoGators

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    agreed....
     
  5. bogey21

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    Yeah, I think that if a guy is putting a WR in motion every play just to get the read as far as if it is man or zone, that is bush league. Once in a while is OK, but like everything else, don't abuse it.
     
  6. bcduggan

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    I used to do that for every pass play until a guy in BfR said it wasn't sim. I don't do it every run play. If I did it every running play it's a tell of what I am doing.

    Thanks for all the opinions.
     
  7. MurkYa21

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    yes.
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  8. MurkYa21

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    lol, not if you do it on passing plays too.
     
  9. bcduggan

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    problem with running a partial from an offensive standpoint on a pass is the WR doesn't go into the route right away, he usually blocks first. That could be a positive for the offense though too I guess.
     

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