Slider Testing

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  1. Bulldog

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  3. ctvolfan

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    I just ran a tester game with these sliders Purdue @ Nebraska (me).

    First thoughts coming out of the gate was that the game played a lot slower to me idk if it was just were the speed threshold was lowered or what but overall the game played slow.

    Purdue seemed to run the ball all over me to start the game and easily drove down field on me the first few drives. Even though those drives ended in either a punt, missed goal, or turnover they were no pushover.

    The passing game seemed a lot easier to me than on default sliders. Running game was a little more difficult but did have a good game running the ball. My wr's caught most all passes which is refreshing because I have had a lot of dropped passes with default sliders.

    One thing I noticed on the defensive side of the ball was no matter how many times I was in position for an int I never could make the catch. I had 3-4 opportunities to make the play and my db's just dropped the pass. I do not want to get a pick every time but once in a while an int will happen.

    Another thing was sacks. I had 4 sacks with one guy and I did not control him the whole game so maybe pass blocking should go up a bit but that seemed way to easy.

    Being my first time really testing sliders I though they played good and did make the game a little challenging. I ended up winning 20-0 but missed a few field goals so could have been more. So one game in on these not too bad but will take everyone's input into my consideration as what I think we should use. Will test some more tonight when I get off work.

    Penn St (me) @ OSU
     
  4. Mike E

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    Based on the results of the TSO Tourney, we may need tough ass sliders! You guys are killin it in there thus far! Except for that slap-dick @joeptc, who the hell let that doucher in the league?

    RMG looking to be a great, competitive league
     
  5. Bulldog

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    I played UGA vs. Clemson and the beat me 24-17

    Just seemed like i couldn't run the ball at all and i had no time to throw the ball. And i do agree the game played way to slow for me.
     
  6. Kasper

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    Who got the sacks? if it was Crick then he'll do that occasionally (y)
     
  7. ctvolfan

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    Yea it was Crick. He is a monster on the inside
     
  8. Kasper

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    duh :D
     
  9. Bulldog

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    We are just going to start with default AA and adjust as we go.
     
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    Sounds like a plan man. Do you know what rosters we are going to use yet?
     
  11. Bulldog

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    The ones i have been adjusting. Im actually gonna start up the file here in a minute and we will get rolling into week 1 tomorrow.
     
  12. Kasper

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    can we give the cpu a couple bumps up in defensive categories? just to make it a little bit harder?
     
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    Final Score

    Oregon (me) 24
    @LSU 14

    If the goal is for us to lose to the CPU occaisionally, or ever, these sliders will test us. If not for a late fumble by LSU, and a TERRBLE decision by Jordan Jefferson (not un-common) LSU would have won this.

    Running was difficult, but became easier in the 4th quarter.
    James 22-68 yards
    Darron Thomas 19-53

    The read option was difficult, but keeping at it seemed to work as the game wore on.

    I think these sliders are pretty good. Each game, the CPU running back will make a ridiculous run, but at least it will keep the score close.

    Not too bad overall though.

    Oregon Total yards: 286
    LSU Total yards: 287
     
  16. Kasper

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    Playing Mississippi State @ Oregon State atm.
     
  17. Kasper

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    Also important to note LSU is a really really good defense, so I wouldn't expect to see you do a whole lot of damage against them (no offense ;) )
     
  18. Kapono

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    I'll go ahead and run FAU vs. Oklahoma. If things go right I should lose by about 30-40
     
  19. Kasper

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    Oregon State 13 . Mississippi State 6

    Liked these sliders, really felt like I could lose the game at any moment if I messed up on D

    Also think a different offense would put up more points, my guys did a good job of defending the run all game except for one long run (wasn't a sliders thing, I just messed up the tackling - still adjusting to the actual button).

    Stats
    Total Offense: 140 - 280
    Rushing: 28-98 - 28-56
    3rd Downs: 2-10 - 7-15
    1 Turnover each (INT's)

    T.O.P: 11:11 - 16:19

    I approve of these sliders

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    Now lets get this fucking dynasty started...
     
  20. Kasper

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    Oklahoma is pretty good actually, I bet you only lose by 21
     
  21. Kapono

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    Not really a huge fan of this slider set
    Oklahoma- 54
    FAU (Me)- 35

    Stats are boosted because OU ran no-huddle and that made a lot more snaps in the game. Oklahoma took a 38-7 lead in the 2nd quarter, than FAU came back to be down 41-35 at the end of the 3rd. User pass blocking was pretty bad and run blocking was way to good (No way my HB should run for 11 ypc against Oklahoma.) Defensive sliders were pretty good. If people think these sliders are good, fine, but I'll probably have 2 1,000 yard backs every year. I think if run blocking was moved down 15-20 points these sliders would be good. And as Bulldog said a long time ago, we want challenging sliders. I would've won if I ran 40-50 times this game instead of 32.

    Total Offense - 500 - 404
    Pass yards - 287 - 167
    Completions/Attempts - 20-35 - 11-37
    Rush Yards - 213 - 237
    Rush Attempts - 36 - 32
    INT's thrown - 1 - 4
     
  22. Kasper

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    Take what I say with a grain of salt- I am ALWAYS down for harder sliders.

    I'd rather go 7-5 than 10-2 just for the challenge of the season.
     
  23. Kapono

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    So to clear things up from my post:
    Defensively, I like the sliders
    Offensively, I thought running was easy and passing was difficult because of lack of blocking. I will run USC-Stanford after I wake up from my nap :)
     
  24. Bulldog

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    AND i agree but i dont want to go 7-5 with ridiculous unfair sliders.
     
  25. Kapono

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    Just finished USC(Me) vs. Stanford and won 42-38 on a TD with 10 seconds remaining. A little high scoring for my taste but that's with 8 minute quarters. Not sure if we're going 7 or 8. Luck wasn't great but took off scrambling way too many time. I think he was sacked 8 times and ran the ball about 6 times for 50 yards (negated by all the yards lost on sacks). I like the results better than my last game.

    Stat - Stanford - USC
    Total Offense - 432 - 491
    Rush offense - 266 - 263
    Rush Attempts - 33 - 43
    Pass Yards - 166 - 228
    Passing - 12/26 - 13/19
    INT thrown - 2 -1

    Starting HB's
    Marc Tyler (USC)- 33 carries for 237 yards, 2 TD, 7.1 YPC
    Stephen Taylor (Stan)- 19 carries for 224 yards, 3 TD, 11.7 YPC
     

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