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Old 11-12-2004, 07:03 AM  
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Madden 2005 -- funny stuff...

I decided to start a franchise in Madden with the Chiefs and instead of playing the games for the first (2004) season, I would sim them to mimic what has happened in real life.

Right now, I'm starting week 4 at 0-3 and here's a couple of gems.

Chris Bober and Jason Dunn are demanding playing time or a trade.

But these are the funniest:

I checked my Advisors screen and amongst other things, they're saying "The sports radio shows are ripping the team new one" and "We've got cap room. Now's not the time to be frugal."

A freaking video game is smart enough to figure it out, but the braintrust at 1 Arrowhead Drive isn't?
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Old 11-12-2004, 05:16 PM   #76
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Um, we'd have to go better than 4-4 the rest of the way for that NOT to be our REAL season.
Psssst.....I was being facetious.
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Old 11-12-2004, 05:20 PM   #77
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I have him on my team and i think he's pretty good and i have him as my nickle corner on my team ...
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Old 11-12-2004, 09:20 PM   #78
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Old 11-12-2004, 10:03 PM   #79
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Old 11-13-2004, 12:43 AM   #80
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whos that WR that you just posted a pic of by the way gochiefs ?
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Old 11-13-2004, 12:47 AM   #81
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Old 11-13-2004, 06:52 AM   #82
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I'm finally getting around to playing the games. I made sure and scheduled Chicago as my first preseason game -- rookie DeAndre Samuels' first game in the NFL will be against Priest Holmes. How fitting.

FYI, for those of you who are frustrated with winning the Super Bowl year after year. The reason I'm just now starting a franchise is because I'm a slider buff. This is the current set I'm using -- VERY tough, much tougher than playing on default All-Madden, but without the CPU AI cheese/cheating...

All-Pro difficulty
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accelerated clock on
sub in/out -- 80/85
all penalties maxed
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Hum/CPU

QBA -- 4/4
PBK -- 10/7
WRC -- 11/11
RBA -- 9/16
RBK -- 13/20

AWR -- 7/17
KDN -- 3/3
INT -- 5/5
BRK -- 1/15
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Old 11-13-2004, 01:33 PM   #83
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I just lost Tony Gonzalez for the season in the first quarter of my playoff game.

Shitty.

Injuries aren't very realistic but it helps if you hire the worst training staff.
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Old 11-14-2004, 05:29 PM   #85
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My brother plays this game, and after a 8-8 in 2004, he basically drafted alot of defensive players, mostly players who can run and accelerate well. IIRC, he selected 1 DE, 2 LB's, 3 DB's, and 1 WR.

Basically, he is building the team by pure speed and acceleration. Some DB's have a 90 or higher speed, especially his safties.
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Old 11-14-2004, 05:34 PM   #86
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What you should do is trade your whole offensive line for a bunch of 1st and 2nd round picks, drop the whole defense and pick up free agent rookies, and trade Priest Holmes for TO.
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Old 11-14-2004, 07:01 PM   #87
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My brother plays this game, and after a 8-8 in 2004, he basically drafted alot of defensive players, mostly players who can run and accelerate well. IIRC, he selected 1 DE, 2 LB's, 3 DB's, and 1 WR.

Basically, he is building the team by pure speed and acceleration. Some DB's have a 90 or higher speed, especially his safties.
My kid reset the XBox while I was saving and I lost my latest save. I had to do the draft again.

With my picks (11th in every round) and the picks I got for trading Holmes, I got a HB (97 SPD), a RG, a LT, a RT, a FS, a DE, and CB that are all mid-to-high 70's OVR.
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My kid reset the XBox while I was saving and I lost my latest save. I had to do the draft again.

With my picks (11th in every round) and the picks I got for trading Holmes, I got a HB (97 SPD), a RG, a LT, a RT, a FS, a DE, and CB that are all mid-to-high 70's OVR.
How is your D shaping up?

I've retooled 3/4 of my secondary.
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Old 11-14-2004, 07:23 PM   #89
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How is your D shaping up?

I've retooled 3/4 of my secondary.
I have rookies starting at FS and nickel CB. Bartee, Warfield, and Wesley round out the backfield. At LB, I have Key Fox, Fujita, and Mitchell. My line is Jared Allen, Siavii, Sims, and Michael Haynes.

They aren't very good, but they're young and gaining experience with every game. Some of them have very good upside development -- Mitchell started at 70 and is now 78. Fox started at 68 and is now 78.

I'll post a depth chart later when I have a chance to write it down. Even though I lost my latest save, I was able to start with my 2nd oldest save, which was during "Owner's Mode" so all I really lost was my offseason changes. That wasn't hard to duplicate. About the only difference is that I also cut TRich this time around because he was holding out for more money.
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Old 11-14-2004, 08:13 PM   #90
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Here's my new (post crash) draft list...

Round-Pick
1-4 HB Colorado (the crash turned out to be a blessing in disguise -- this guy is a 6'1" 217-pounder with 97 speed)
1-11 RG Arizona
1-14 CB McNeese St
2-43 LT Southern Miss
3-75 FS Tennessee
4-99 DT San Diego State
4-107 LG Delaware (could be the steal of the draft -- was a projected 1st-rounder but dropped because of potential injury concerns)
5-139 LOLB Colorado State
6-171 RDE Oregon
7-203 RDE BYU

I draft for 2 things -- size and speed. Everything else can be developed, IMO.

Here's my preseason depth chart:

QB: Mike McMahon (FA), Charlie Batch (FA), Albert Branch (R)
HB: DeAndre Samuels (R), Derrick Blaylock, Larry Johnson
FB: Charles Stackhouse (FA), Omar Easy
WR: Eddie Kennison, Dante Hall, Aaron Moorehead (FA), Sammie Parker, Marc Boerigter, Maurice Mann (FA)
TE: Tony Gonzales, Jason Dunn, Kris Wilson
LT: Willie Roaf, Jason Thomas (R), Scott Tercero (FA)
LG: Brian Waters, Jordan Black, Isaac Peete (R)
C: Casey Wiegmann, Chris Bober
RG: Will Shields, Chris Swift (R)
RT: John Welbourn

LDE: Michael Haynes (trade), Jimmy Wilkerson
RDE: Jared Allen, Dontrelle James (R), Marquez Hill (R)
DT: Ryan Sims, Junior Siavii, Lional Dalton, Sam Rayburn (FA), Brian Hixon (R)
LOLB: Scott Fujita, Nate Carey (R)
MLB: Kawika Mitchell, Monty Beisel
ROLB: Keyaron Fox, Quenton Caver
CB: William Bartee, Eric Warfield, Lorenzo Holden (R), Julian Battle, Benny Sapp
FS: Jamal Jones (R), Willie Pile
SS: Greg Wesley, Shaunard Harts
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