After settings rosters and simulation a lot of games, I was wondering if others had come up with what stats make up a college level player, vs Pro vs High School.
Or, perhaps, what makes a great WR vs a good DB?
You see, most of the time, stats are identical in teams, regardless of minor rank differences.
QB's float around 50 - 55 completion %, and will badly miss wide open targets many times.
RB's average 1.5 yards a carry inside, and 3.5 outside, the tackles.
RB's and WR's never 'break' tackles.
8 sacks a game, per team.
3 fumbles a game, per team.
My thought here is the stats are not right, to express what would be a 'normal' NFL game. Not enough of a difference from players in one position to their defenders.
Any idea's? Anyone have stats that would better reflect performance?
Also, there are no 'superstar's'. Each league is extremely close to each other, in thier respective positions.
Now, please bear in mind, I've generated 3 personal leagues of various sizes, and used the USFF league (special thanks given to who ever did all that work), from FBMAX.com
The results are all extremely close, in each case.
Thanks for your time.
< Message edited by Brizane -- 11/25/2007 8:48:18 PM >