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#15 : November 21, 2012, 06:08:00 PM

Career mode is not decimated. Pretty much the same thing except for scouting
I rented and played for a couple of weeks when it first came out.  After the first off-season I was no longer able to make trades.  That's kind of an important thing in franchise mode.  I also didn't like how resigning players worked.  If I want to offer a player a contract extension, I should be able to.  I shouldn't have to wait for the player to be in the last year of his contract.  Oh, and the menus were incredibly frustrating to navigate IMO.
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#16 : November 21, 2012, 10:54:26 PM

What kind of new stuff did they add to franchise/career mode if any thing? Picked up Madden 12/NCAA12, but haven't got any newer versions.
3SK,
One thing that some Maddenites don't like is now they can't add "themselves" to the roster in the coach mode. You can create yourself and use yourself in "quick play" games or play as yourself in career mode, but then you only control yourself. Whereas in previous versions you could create yourself and add "you" to the roster in a gm/coach mode where you control the team as a whole.

Actually you can add players and use a saved roster in career mode.  I dont like how you cant change players positions in season for example SS to FS or tackle to guard.  Also, for some reason every player on my team wheres a "C" after the first year.  Its full of glitches like how you cant trade players after the first year... such a huge let down to be honest. 

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#17 : November 21, 2012, 11:03:50 PM

Connected Careers is like a RPG now, you have to use gain XP to make your coach and players better. Its kinda lame.


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#18 : November 22, 2012, 09:29:19 AM

Donald Penn is an "88" . How is he so high ?

No clue. Would be nice if he played at an "88" level every Sunday.

Josh and Doug don't seem to have any complaints....

What is your point? I was wrong? Ok. You win. I was wrong.

           

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#19 : November 22, 2012, 09:41:05 AM

Donald Penn is an "88" . How is he so high ?

No clue. Would be nice if he played at an "88" level every Sunday.

Josh and Doug don't seem to have any complaints....

Excellent teammates don't complain publicly.


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#20 : November 22, 2012, 09:43:04 AM

Donald Penn is an "88" . How is he so high ?

No clue. Would be nice if he played at an "88" level every Sunday.

Josh and Doug don't seem to have any complaints....

Excellent teammates don't complain publicly.
...or when the offense is kicking ass and there's no reason too.

What is your point? I was wrong? Ok. You win. I was wrong.

           

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#21 : November 22, 2012, 09:51:18 AM

When your QB learns to make great throws under duress, then the offense clicks.


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#22 : November 22, 2012, 09:53:29 AM

How mad are you gonna be when Penn ends up in the Pro Bowl again this year ?? lol

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#23 : November 22, 2012, 11:16:28 AM

How mad are you gonna be when Penn ends up in the Pro Bowl again this year ?? lol

Lol. HMU when Penn has an all pro selection. Pro bowl is a sham. Davin Joseph was one of the worst guards in the league last year...but still made the pro bowl.


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#24 : November 22, 2012, 12:09:10 PM

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (as of 11/22/12)

Here are the players, their overall ratings, and the ratings with which they lead the team:

QB
(86) - Josh Freeman (97 throw power; 85 short-throw accuracy; 80 medium-throw accuracy; 85 deep-throw accuracy; 86 throw-on-run; 72 play action; 97 injury resistance)
(70) - Dan Orlovsky
(69) - Adam Weber

HB
(88) - Doug Martin (94 elusiveness; 95 ball-carrier vision; 90 spin move; 90 carrying; 97 stamina)
(76) - LeGarrette Blount (96 truck; 98 stiff arm)
(66) - DJ Ware
(64) - Michael Smith

FB
(73) - Erik Lorig

WR
(93) - Vincent Jackson (93 catch; 94 route running; 96 catch in traffic; 97 spectacular catch; 99 release from press; 95 jump)
(83) - Mike Williams
(73) - Arrelious Benn
(71) - Roscoe Parrish (96 agility; 97 acceleration; 92 juke move; 86 kick return)
(69) - Sammie Stroughter
(67) - Tiquan Underwood
(62) - Chris Owusu (96 speed)
(56) - Dale Moss

TE
(80) - Dallas Clark
(70) - Luke Stocker
(67) - Nate Byham
(65) - Drake Dunsmore
(58) - Danny Noble

LT
(89) - Donald Penn (89 pass block; 91 run block footwork)

LG
(97) - Carl Nicks (96 strength; 97 run block; 96 run block strength; 93 pass block strength; 85 pass block footwork)
(80) - Jeremy Zuttah
(59) - Desmond Wynn

C
(69) - Cody Wallace
(68) - Ted Larsen
(62) - Andrew Economos

RG
(88) - Davin Joseph (89 impact blocking)
(69) - Jamon Meredith
(67) - Chris Scott
(62) - Roger Allen

RT
(80) - Demar Dotson
(74) - Jeremy Trueblood

LE
(84) - Michael Bennett
(66) - Aaron Morgan
(56) - Lazarius Levingston

RE
(80) - Adrian Clayborn (87 block shedding)
(75) - Da'Quan Bowers
(69) - Daniel Te'o-Nesheim

DT
(86) - Gerald McCoy (85 power move)
(73) - Gary Gibson
(72) - Roy Miller
(63) - Corvey Irvin

LOLB
(72) - Quincy Black
(68) - Dekoda Watson
(56) - Markus White (82 finesse move)

MLB
(76) - Mason Foster
(64) - Jacob Cutrera
(56) - Najee Goode

ROLB
(80) - Lavonte David (95 tackle; 95 pursuit)
(72) - Adam Hayward

CB
(79) - Eric Wright (87 zone coverage)
(71) - EJ Biggers
(69) - Leonard Johnson
(67) - Myron Lewis
(67) - LeQuan Lewis
(67) - Anthony Gaitor

FS
(89) - Ronde Barber (97 awareness; 88 play recognition; 86 press)
(75) - Ahmad Black (79 man coverage)
(69) - Keith Tandy

SS
(79) - Mark Barron (94 hit power)
(71) - Cody Grimm

K
(82) - Connor Barth (94 kick accuracy)

P
(86) - Michael Koenen (96 kick power)


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#25 : November 22, 2012, 05:54:20 PM

How mad are you gonna be when Penn ends up in the Pro Bowl again this year ?? lol

Lol. HMU when Penn has an all pro selection. Pro bowl is a sham. Davin Joseph was one of the worst guards in the league last year...but still made the pro bowl.

Already covering your tracks I see....very nice.

Seems Penn has moved up to 89 in the ratings , btw. Apparently they don't use the same criteria for imaginery "hurries" as you and Biggs do.

What is your point? I was wrong? Ok. You win. I was wrong.

           

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#26 : November 22, 2012, 06:07:51 PM

How mad are you gonna be when Penn ends up in the Pro Bowl again this year ?? lol

Lol. HMU when Penn has an all pro selection. Pro bowl is a sham. Davin Joseph was one of the worst guards in the league last year...but still made the pro bowl.

Already covering your tracks I see....very nice.

Seems Penn has moved up to 89 in the ratings , btw. Apparently they don't use the same criteria for imaginery "hurries" as you and Biggs do.

Low 80s is where I would put him. He is too inconsistent to be up around 90. He is just another case of where his reputation doesn't exactly match what he puts on "tape"
: November 22, 2012, 06:09:47 PM chace1986


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#27 : November 22, 2012, 06:16:17 PM

Wow Mike Williams is really uderrated.

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