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  1. Bamaboiking

    Bamaboiking Walk On

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    Sliders

    Whats everyone's input on what needs to be adjusted, remember because of the way the league is setup the cpu wont be a walkover
     
  2. Dean

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    CPU QB accuracy down a bit
     
  3. Jvigorous1

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    Based off my 1 cpu game I would like to see CPU pass blocking +5 and CPU run blocking -5.

    CPU pass rush -10 CPU tackling +5.

    User Pass block -10, UserRun Block +5.
    Thanks
     
  4. JFunk34

    JFunk34 Friends may come and go, but enemies accumulate.

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    JVig's suggestions sound pretty good to me.
     
  5. SF Mountie

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    I have 8 holding calls against me in the last game. I didn't mess w/ the strategy stuff. So, I would do something about that.
     
  6. Mr2Bits

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    Please adjust the sliders!!!!!!

    I just played by first CPU game against Kentucky. Mike Hartline, who sucks, went 14-14 for 150 plus yards and 2 TDs against Florida's D in the first quarter and a half. They were unstoppable!!!! Even in the run game they were gaining yards. Derick Locke had a huge 50 plus yard run on me. It was 21-21 in the second quarter. I finally just simmed my defensive possessions, otherwise the game would have been in the 50s.

    Is there any objection to using the default sliders? I know that the CPU shouldn't always be a cake walk (Kentucky should), but right now I don't think these sliders give us a sim experience.

    Thanks (just a little frustrated).
     
  7. Jvigorous1

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    hey 2 bits do you think the bfr sliders are better suited for sim style?
     
  8. Mr2Bits

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    I have never had an issue with the bfr sliders. I'm not sure what they are, but they seem okay to me. Playing as ND, I think the sliders have been about right for the talent level of my team.

    My main point is: Kentucky should not be able to move the ball at will on Florida. Just saying.
     
  9. Jvigorous1

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    Yea I feel you man, cpu can robo pass their ass off.
     
  10. BG

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    I only played my first game yesterday, so I haven't had a opportunity to get my "feet wet" yet, but everything seemed fine to me. But, who am I. Anything yall come up with we be alright with me!!!
     
  11. JFunk34

    JFunk34 Friends may come and go, but enemies accumulate.

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    Dude the CPU D is rough, especially on the run. Granted Ingram is out with an injury right now but to be honest if I hadn't returned to kickoffs and scored on a pick 6 I wouldn't have won my last game against an inferior team.
     
  12. Mr2Bits

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    I personally move that we put the sliders at or close to default.
     

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