From: Vancouver, BC
The profiles are used for both halfs. This has been tested and confirmed many times. Is it possible that you have profile groups that are countering each other? Or two (or more) profile groups that are so similar that plays from one are being used instead of another? What I mean by that is one profile has a specific down and distance, and another profile with different plays, has a specific down but any distance? The playbook database searches are OR based searches, like this; "Distance = 10 OR Distance = ANY". It will gather up all the plays for all the profiles that match. So these;
1. Down = 1, Distance = 10, Time = 5, FieldPos = 20
2. Down = 2, Distance = 10, Time = 5, FieldPos = 20
3. Down = 1, Distance = ANY, Time = 5, FieldPos = 20
Here, if Group 1s situation is being used, group 3s situation is also being used and both will return results.
The profile groups can be very powerful but it's also possible to create groups that return multiple result play sets that can actually counter each other. This can lead to situations where you're expecting only plays from one group to be used, but there is another group having its say as well.
< Message edited by David Winter -- 12/19/2007 8:46:23 PM >