Discussion in 'TMFL' started by fuzzyl0gic, Apr 23, 2012.
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hmmm, cant find the dislike button.
ah geez, I couldnt beat CPU on all-pro
Run up the middle beats all madden
I like it.
I didn't notice a difference honestly.
Prefer all madden, i have the utmost confidence that may players are playing to their ratings instead of being dumbed down...
They are actually being bumped up. All American and All Pro are where ratings are balanced.
So it no difference between CPU and user games? I knew that CPU games there was an increase didn't know it applied to user games as well.
As far as I know it applies to all CPU players, the game mode doesn't matter.
I really don't think it should get to the point where the CPU teams beat HUM opponents more so than not. It not being a guaranteed thing is more than ok with me, though.
So you dont want a CPU to be challenging?
I said quite the opposite, actually. I embrace a challenge from the CPU, but don't think the CPU shoudl win more games against human opponents than not. It very much runs counter to the set up of the league. The purpose of this league is to fill it with 32 users and compete against users. If we're in the same division and both need to win week 17 to take the division, and you lose to the CPU while I beat one of the lesser users, that defeats the purpose of what this league is about imo. Sure that's ok once in a while, but if it comes commonplace, it's st000pud
It's not an NCAA where competitiveness from the CPU is imperative
Look at HK. We've always played on AM and we have far more CPU teams then TMFL. A CPU team will rarely beat a player team even on AM. In HK a CPU team may one win or two games a season against human opponents. Thats one or two out of 12+ games.
1) Can't compare the two leagues. We have much more users, and with such you have the entire purpose of my argument.
2) I don't know how AM will play out. If that's the case, I'm ok with it (like I said)
It dosnt matter how many users you have, it matters how many user games said CPU teams have. A CPU team in HK still plays 90% of their games against human opponents.
Couldn't disagree with you more. I won't detail my logic any further, seems our philosophies just differ. Like I said, if we're winning more than we're losing, I like it. Even if that ratio is like 60/40. It's alright though, varying perspectives are always a good thing.
undecided will give it a few games to test the waters
but certainly my D picked off the dolphins 5 times so that suggests its harder to score
First off, I <3 you.
Secondly, I wasnt arguing, I was just trying to comfort you with the knowledge that it will more then likely be the case that the CPU loses more games then it wins.
I am comforted. Trust and value your opinion NT
That came straight from the heart, I can tell.
I noticed vs cards, whenever he ran a toss my defenders literally swarmed him like flies on shit. Even the Dline were fast. definitely played better than their rating.
Buffalo did pretty good containing me up the middle. The biggest gain I had was a 39 yard run and the others averaged about 3-4 yards a pop. The 70 yarder came from a Power-O where I just had more blockers than they had defenders so it was easy to block one on one for my lineman.
Same here but I also played the Buffalo Bills lol
When did you intercept me 5 times LOL
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