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  1. 6 points
    My thanks goes Out @kevincabarello + Crew for Running an Great Tecmo Tournament. It was good to see players Like Derek R. (he has 18 world records in video games by the way ), @OL' Dirty Tecmo , @The Ultimate Weapon, @Jim Socks 13 @Woodshed @mort1237 Sorry we could not party afterwards we had get back to my cousins house. The tourney started with Great "He Picked up SweeP + He Picked Down Sweep" Song from Jim Socks and Woodshed. There best performance. I'll insert the link. 1st Me @red98sethuthut ( I really think i played good plus i caught some big breaks vs Mort and Diaz. #HumblePie 2 @OL' Dirty Tecmo 3rd I think Ryan Mckay??? won the 3rd place game after i survived an OT game vs him. between him and Jim socks both are really improved. Tourney MVP Stephone Paige was dirty 199 receiving yds in championship game. Goat Ickey Woods Notes= Diaz OuTTapped me most of the time in both games. An #OHNoIckey2 Fumble by Ickey woods vs @mort1237 gave me a 14pt lead after half in the round of 8 in rams vs bengals match. Then both me ryan in Sd/Det ran wild 4 2ooyds piece rushing but i won in OT. #LongLiveTecmo
  2. 4 points
    It's Tupa time! Have a great time today all and good luck
  3. 4 points
    Our main man, David Fulcher, has confirmed that he will be attending Midwest 10! He will have plenty of signed memorabilia on hand for purchase in order to support the David Fulcher Foundation for awareness of multiple sclerosis. We will be raffling off a chance to play Fulcher in a game of Tecmo as well. He will man the Bengals, you will man a team tiered below the Bengals.
  4. 4 points
    Knobbe

    "Golden Era" ('85-'95) top 10 running backs

    Emmitt wasn't as flashy nor as talented as all those guys but amazing how he had all those carries and kept that production level up. Additionally he played in another 17 playoff games. The concept of "anyone can run behind that line" was put to the test in 1993 when Emmitt held out in a contract dispute. Following a 0-2 start the Cowboys came to the conclusion that Derrick Lassic wasn't going to cut it and caved to Smith. (h/t to Charles Haley) http://www.realclearsports.com/lists/memorable_nfl_holdouts/emmitt_smith_1993.html
  5. 3 points
    gojiphen malor

    (NES) Tecmo Superbowl NFL 2018 (06-28-17)

    View File Tecmo Superbowl NFL 2018 (06-27-17) - NEW 2017-2018 NFL Schedule! - Chargers and Rams Now Play in LA! - Rams New Uniforms! - Rosters current as of 6/27/17 - Some playbooks / depth chart re-adjusted for 3 WR sets. - Team AI adjusted based upon success in '16. Many thanks to other user submitted roms for player stats and editing. Rosters may not be 100% perfect and any comments are appreciated. Enjoy! Submitter gojiphen malor Submitted 06/17/2017 Category NFL By Year  
  6. 3 points
    Tecmonster

    Tecmonster's TSB 2018 cover art

    I'm planning to publish the game in 8 weeks. Aaron Donald will be gracing the cover.
  7. 3 points
  8. 3 points

    Version 4.2

    313 downloads

    - NEW 2017-2018 NFL Schedule! - Chargers and Rams Now Play in LA! - Rams New Uniforms! - Rosters current as of 6/28/17 - Some playbooks / depth chart re-adjusted for 3 WR sets. - Team AI adjusted based upon success in '16. Many thanks to other user submitted roms for player stats and editing. Rosters may not be 100% perfect and any comments are appreciated. Enjoy! **Please note this is a WIP rom, so check back often for revisions!
  9. 3 points
    haha, yeah... and when the rubber met the road, i realized I need to buy a bunch of EverDrives, and that will take some time... but the plan is to have 4 by the end of the year, and build from there!
  10. 3 points
    while we're at it. RIP Phife. Only a couple years older than me and he had major tecmo impact. The Low End Theory "Buggin' Out" is my hype song to play hoops, but really it gets me hype for just about anything. "Ridin on a train with no dough...SUX!"
  11. 2 points
    Those guys are 2 of my favs!
  12. 2 points
    ~Tailback King~

    The Man, The Myth, The Legend...

    *BUMP* There's only one way to bring in summer......with a shot a Johnny Johnson!!! Watch greatness before it's gone...............Drink it in Maaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan.......
  13. 2 points
    rmm1976

    World Record Progression: Donkey Kong

    Billy Mitchell and his entire entourage came across as real pricks in that documentary!
  14. 2 points
    TecmoSuperFan

    NFL 2017-2018 Season Discussion

    John Dorsey got dismissed by the Hunts. Pretty sure they weren't too happy with how Dorsey cut J-Mac.
  15. 2 points
    Me and @mort1237 are coming once again.
  16. 2 points
    rmm1976

    Best "Big Guy" Moments in NFL History

    Saw this on Youtube... guaranteed to put a smile on everyone's face who watches!
  17. 2 points
    hahahaaaa, holy freakin' cow, BRU!!!! It works! Thank you SO MUCH man! So stoked... anyone in the PNW reading this can prepare for a live tecmo league starting up soon, and it is gonna be something else man, CANT WAIT!!!
  18. 2 points
    So ya the stats can definitely be ripped from that file. Things are just at different offsets than a nestopia file. I would just need to write a tool to copy the needed info into a "dummy" nestopia state file. You wouldn't be able to load the game in nestopia but you'd be able to upload/get the stats.
  19. 2 points
    I saw this not long after it was posted and I have to apologize (and shame on erryone else who didn't) for not uprepping this right away. This is a fantastic thread starter idea etc and it's right up my alley in terms of eras. Frankly, I've got 10 tabs of ProFootballRec open side by side here and going over this sweet sweet era of football, much less RBs. I have to say the only problem I see, and someone above pointed it out, was the ommission of Hershel Walker. I'd have Hershel right up there with Roger Craig. I think James Brooks is high, but man some of his seasons he had some amazing receiving totals like Hershel and Craig did. Joe Morris was the truth, and 21 TDs in one season is a testament to that. Neal Anderson I remember being dominant, but in 1991 the most memorable play I have (other than Tom Waddle making heroic catch after heroic catch, getting up over and over after taking some serious licks while holding onto the football) was Neal Anderson getting stuffed on 4th and 1 late and essentially sealing the win on the road for the upstart Cowboys. I have to be honest, that biases my recollection of him, so I'll look into it more deeply. Kudos to you sir, great topic again. What of value have I brought? Well I want to hone in my own top 10, but I want to get deep into it. In the meantime, I'll just share some of those fantastic seasons that many might not recall. 1. Roger Craig - 1985. You might be wondering, what's so special about his season, he only ran for 1050 yards? Well, homeboy caught 92 passes for 1016 yards that season also. YES as a RB. It doesn't hurt to have Joe Montana being your QB, but man, epiccc season! (side note, Chargers All purpose RB Lionel James also had more than 1000 receiving yards and he had over 2500 all purpose yards that season. RIDICK!) 2. Marcus Allen - 1985 - Marcus was a stud, and let's not forget that much of his later Raider career had some Al Davis interference, and when he finally got free to KC, the man was a TD scoring Machine! This guy was just a stud. PERIOD! And why is he here at 2? Allen's 1985 season was the highest total yards from scrimmage of any year of any back from 85 - 95 with the only tally over 2300 yards, frankly the only one over 2200 yards also. 3. Joe Morris 1985 - 21 TDs rushing, nuff said. Joe Morris was a tiny dude in my recollection. But man he was a tough runner, fit those Parcells Giants perfectly. 4. Eric Dickerson 1986, Barry Sanders 1994 - the only two RBs in this time period to eclipse 1800 yards rushing. Barry had 1883. Damn. 5. Eric Dickerson's Butterfingas. - Fumble totals starting in 83. 13,14,10,12, and throw in another 10 fumble season in 1989. He should have had some low BC 6. Emmitt 1993 - Yes I'm a Cowboys fan. Don't forget, he didn't play the first 2 games due to holding out, and then without doing anything with the team during that whole holdout, he came in and led the league in rushing and sealed a critical Division title win and bye with his performance at the Meadowlands separating his shoulder and still doing the dirty work and helping secure the W. A Final Note on the Cowboys Offensive line. I am not here to tell anyone that Emmitt did NOT have a better offensive line than that of Barry and the Lions, nor will I try to argue that Emmitt was a better runner, because I think the 2 best runners of all time were Barry and Gale Sayers. BUT, before we go assuming that the Dallas Oline was the bees knees for that whole time, let's pump the brakes a bit here. The crew that started it all, Stepnoski in the Middle, the Double G guards, Gogan and Gesek, and Tuniei and Nate Newton at the Tackles (Newton moved around where it best helped the team, as he was a guard for most of his career) were much maligned until a certain number 22 showed up and even then, it wasn't until 1992 that they started to get some cred, especially since they ended up winning the super bowl. Those guys got better once Emmitt got there, and Emmitt and them helped Troy and Norv get that timing passing offense to work. In 1991, I was ECSTATIC after watching the Cowboys in a week 2 Monday night game give the Redskins a hell of a game, one in which Emmitt busted for a 75 yard TD run. They lost by 2, but it wasn't that close at the end, cuz the cowboys scored late to cut it to 2. The next week was a reality check. Aikman was sacked 11 times vs one of the best defenses ever (90 Eagles), granted, and the Cowboys were shut out 24-0. Aikman passed for barely over 100 yards and also threw 3 picks. Emmitt rushed for 44 yards. They got CRUSHEDED. CRUSHEDEDEDED! 80% essentially the same OL that gets most of the kudos for being the OL that did all those holes for Emmitt. Also, don't forget that football is a team sport. Another reason for those holes included the defense also being concerned for Aikman to 88 and 84. I digress. This is really about Emmitt, and where he deserves to be on this list. I think top 2 or 3 is fair and accurate. Durability and winning should count as well, like Buck mentioned about Durability above. I fell in love with Emmitt at the Aloha Bowl back in 1987. I was at this game. Due to all the drunk UCLA kids around ( I was a 14 year old kid at the time ) and fans in Hawaii in general being more reserved as sports fans at the time, I cheered for the Gators here (as I did in most of the UF FSU games I got to see). Emmitt was a baller, I'm excited to watch this again. He's always been a baller, even his record setting days at Escambia down in P-Cola on the Florida Panhandle.
  20. 2 points
    TSBforever

    Best Ever NFL Names

    Marion Butts
  21. 1 point
    I won but i think @kevincabarello deserves it. Give it to him please.
  22. 1 point
    Love the care that went into the jam
  23. 1 point
    Let me know who won the Tecmo Cleveland entry too - glad to pass along - congrats dudes
  24. 1 point
    keithisgood

    Donald Trump’s Tecmo Bowl

    You wouldn’t think President Trump has much to do with Tecmo Bowl. You’d be wrong. Bigly. Without Donald J. Trump, Tecmo Super Bowl would be vastly different. We wouldn’t have TSB’s superpowered Bills. Heck, if not for Trump, Buffalo might not have the Bills, period. It all comes down to four little letters: U, S, F, and L; as in the United States Football League. The USFL played three seasons between 1983 and 1985. The brainchild of New Orleans businessman David Dixon, the USFL was founded not to compete directly with the NFL, but to scrape together the considerable change left on the NFL’s floor. The USFL played its games in spring and early summer, when pro and college stadiums sat silent. Where possible, USFL targeted NFL-free markets like Memphis and Oklahoma. Preaching fiscal responsibility and a wise pursuit of TV money, Dixon set a blueprint by which careful franchise owners could make copious amounts of money. Dixon’s plan didn’t work so well in practice. The USFL’s failure certainly wasn’t owed to bad timing. The league arrived hot on the heels of a 1982 NFL players’ strike. Promising better treatment, the USFL lured top-flight college talent and a number of established NFL veterans. Three consecutive Heisman Trophy winners chose the USFL over the NFL: Herschel Walker, Doug Flutie and Mike Rozier. Other collegiate stars such as Jim Kelly, Reggie White and Steve Young likewise chose the USFL. Together with established players like Cleveland QB Brian Sipe and KC Pro Bowl Safety Gary Barbaro, the USFL’s on-field product came close to rivaling the NFL’s. Except preaching and practicing fiscal responsibility are two entirely different things. Even before play started, USFL franchises were bought and sold among owners. Teams wandered from city to city, searching for stadium deals and TV money. In 1984, the USFL’s LA Express infamously inked Steve Young to perhaps the dumbest contract in pro-sports history: a 4-year, $40 Million dollar deal payable over the span of 43 years. Yes, 43 years[1]. Young smartly negotiated contract insurance should the USFL fold, so even though he retired from pro football in 1999, Young will pocket over $1 Million a year until 2027[2]. By September of 1983, Trump was a 37-year-old real estate mogul. His newly-completed Trump Tower added a golden sparkle to Manhattan’s skyline. Trump, looking for his next challenge, wanted in on the world of pro sports. Lucky for him, the New Jersey Generals’ owner, J. Walter Duncan, tired after a season of flying back and forth from his Oklahoma home to the Meadowlands, put his Generals up for sale. Trump cut a $9 Million check[3] and, like Homer Simpson before him, became owner of a pro football team. Despite Herschel Walker’s league-best 1,800 yards rushing, the Generals struggled through the USFL’s inaugural season. Donald J. Trump, upon arrival, did what came naturally: he spent bags and bags of money. Trump signed QB Brian Sipe from the Cleveland Browns and Kansas City CB Gary Barbaro, along with a handful of other NFL stars. He came within a hair’s-width of signing Lawrence Taylor away from the New York Giants[4]. Trump even attempted to pry Hall of Fame coach Don Shula away from the Miami Dolphins. Their deal allegedly fell apart when, according to Trump, Shula asked for a condo in Trump Tower[5]. Instead, Trump settled for former NY Jets coach Walt Michaels to lead his shiny new team. Trump’s un-USFL spending spree paid off. The 1984 Generals boasted two 1,000-yard rushers in Walker and fullback Maurice Carthon. The team finished an impressive 14-4, losing to eventual champion Philadelphia in the playoffs. Trump continued his spending in the offseason, trading Sipe to make way for Heisman Trophy winner Doug Flutie. Trump inked Flutie to what was–before the Steve Young deal–the biggest contract in pro football history: 5-years and $7 Million. Success on the field, though, did not translate to success off. Owners lost millions over millions of dollars. The USFL’s Michigan Panthers–the first league champion–ran $6 Million in the red. The LA Express, unsurprisingly, went bankrupt after the 1984 season. Other teams relocated, merged, or simply folded. Dixon, frustrated by out of control spending, sold his interests in the USFL and quit. Trump, having invested heavily in his Generals, pushed for a radical strategy: compete directly with the NFL. Trump made little secret that, for him, NFL ownership was always the goal (he claimed to have passed on purchasing the Dallas Cowboys because of limited earnings potential). In the fall of 1984, at the urging of Trump and Chicago Blitz owner Eddie Einhorn, USFL owners voted 12-2 to move the USFL season from spring to fall. Teams like Pittsburgh refused to do battle with their NFL counterparts and were sold. ABC and ESPN, owners of the USFL’s TV rights, offered $250 Million to keep the season in spring. USFL owners refused. For Trump, the USFL’s blueprint for success lie not with Dixon, but a much earlier model. The emergence of the AFL in the 1960s showed how the NFL could be challenged and beaten. Trump envisioned a similar arc for his USFL. “I’d like to challenge [the NFL] to a championship game,” he said at the time. ”That would be a lot of fun… I think a couple of our teams can play equally with some NFL teams.” All the while, Trump continued spending on his Generals. After the 1985 season, he purchased the remaining assets of the folded Houston Gamblers, including yet another star QB: Jim Kelly. Kelly famously graced the cover of Sports Illustrated in full Generals gear. “Look out, Marino” the cover boasted, “the USFL’s Jim Kelly is ready to prove he’s pro football’s top gun.” Desperately needing cash and a cut of the NFL’s TV rights for their fall 1986 showdown, the remaining 8 teams of the USFL brought an antitrust lawsuit against the NFL. They claimed the NFL represented a monopoly and sought a billion dollars in damages. Trump, perhaps, had ulterior motives. During the trial he claimed NFL commissioner Pete Rozelle promised him ownership of an NFL franchise if the USFL dropped its lawsuit. After a two-month trial, the court found in the USFL’s favor: the NFL was indeed a monopoly. Unfortunately, the jury also decided the USFL’s financial woes were self-inflicted. Instead of $1.6 Billion in damages, the court awarded the USFL $1. As in one single dollar. Adjusted for inflation when the USFL’s appeals ran out, the NFL cut a check for a whopping $3.76. The check was never cashed. Without money or TV coverage, the USFL didn’t have a 1986 season. It folded for good in 1987. Trump pushed all in on the USFL against the NFL and lost. Players who we think of as Tecmo Super Bowl beasts–Reggie White and Jim Kelly, among them–transitioned to the NFL. The USFL’s lesser players, underpaid when they were paid all, retired to civilian life. In the intervening years, Trump has done his best to retcon his involvement in the USFL. Contradicting his own quotes, Trump has claimed he never wanted to own an NFL team, that he only bought into the USFL because other owners begged him, and that his purchase price of the Generals was well below their $5 Million market value. While it isn’t fair to say now-President Trump single-handedly killed the USFL, he certainly sped its demise. Trump’s flashy spending ignited other owners to cast aside Dixon’s fiscal responsibility. Sports reporter Charley Steiner describes Trump as, “…the air pump into the tire. He gave the league the air it needed, elevated it to another level, pumped it up real good, and kept pumping till it exploded.[6]” As early as 1983, Trump had advocated the USFL move to fall. And although Trump now claims he didn’t push for the antitrust suit against the NFL, he hand-picked its New York venue and the USFL’s stable of lawyers. What does that mean? It means, without Donald Trump, Tecmo Super Bowl as we know it simply wouldn’t exist. We might have Jim Kelly’s Houston Gamblers instead of Jim Kelly’s Bills. In fact, we probably wouldn’t have the Bills at all: during the three USFL seasons, the Bills struggled to draw fans. Many saw declining attendance in Buffalo as a direct result of the upstart USFL. Had Trump not drove the USFL into the ground, it’s entirely possible the Bills would have gone out of business. Image from Denny & jstout’s USFL/WLAF TSB hack. Instead of Tecmo Bowl and John Elway’s Quarterback, we could have played Tecmo NFL and Jim Kelly’s USFL (or vice versa). Who is to say, if both the NFL and USFL had existed, which game Tecmo makes? It’s easy to imagine the upstart USFL, a league that innovated instant replay and 2-point conversions, giving a sweetheart deal to Tecmo. Who knows? Without Trump, we could have Kia commercials featuring Herschel Walker’s Generals instead of Bo Jackson’s Raiders. So, all politics aside, we can all thank President Trump for at least one thing: he helped deliver the Tecmo Super Bowl we know and love. NOTES: [1] And you thought Bobby Bonilla’s 25-year contract with the Mets was stupid. [2] http://www.celebritynetworth.com/articles/entertainment-articles/steve-young-is-still-earning-millions-off-his-usfl-contract-from-1984/ [3] http://www.nytimes.com/1983/09/23/sports/generals-are-sold-to-trump.html [4] http://www.nytimes.com/1984/01/01/sports/trump-building-the-generals-in-his-own-style.html [5] Shula has said off-record he soured on the deal when Trump prematurely announced it to local news. [6]https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/style/and-then-there-was-the-time-donald-trump-bought-a-football-team-/2015/10/19/35ae71ca-6dd6-11e5-aa5b-f78a98956699_story.html The post Donald Trump’s Tecmo Bowl appeared first on TECMO BOWLERS. View the full article
  25. 1 point
    This looks like it could be fun. I'll be there.
  26. 1 point
    ~Tailback King~

    The Man, The Myth, The Legend...

    NES Johnny = Real Johnny. Real Johnny - Pro bowl standout who led all rookies in yardage, multiple time team MVP through his career buck - full of shit
  27. 1 point
    Bolt

    (NES) Tecmo Superbowl NFL 2018 (06-28-17)

    Do you believe in magic? How does a 19-point comeback bode for you? Well, Week 14... trailing 0-19 at halftime, we {Jets, MAN} cameback to throttle the Broncos, 28-26 on a 71-yard walkoff bomb to wideout Charone Peake!
  28. 1 point
    PockyCandy

    The Man, The Myth, The Legend...

    This video has been now been downloaded and will reside for all of eternity on my computer. I've got 4 sources of JJ footage now.
  29. 1 point
    ~Tailback King~

    I like it when ...

    Who doesn't?????
  30. 1 point
    ~Tailback King~

    I like it when ...

    It's because you still havn't completed the Johnny Johnson video.......when you do, all will be right with the world
  31. 1 point
    rmm1976

    NFL 2017-2018 Season Discussion

    I was just thinking of how great it would have been if the guy who caught that ball was Richard Sherman...
  32. 1 point
    Bolt

    Songs you Associate with the Summer of Tecmo

    Do you like Tecmo music? I like Tecmo music Don't you like Tecmo music... Sung to the Toon of: By the way, CAN ONE OF YOU ROM-MAKERS MAKE THE IN-GAME MUSIC FOR THIS YEAR'S TSB INTO THE INTRO FROM BASEBALL STARS, INSTEAD? (And it goes a little something like this:) ... Could you imagine "HUT! HUT! HUT!" overlayed on that ! ? ! ! ! ? !
  33. 1 point
    Bolt

    NFL 2017-2018 Season Discussion

    I sense that this might be the year of the Red Bird, ya'll:
  34. 1 point
    Tecmo man

    NFL 2017-2018 Season Discussion

    saints in ot because it will make the game more memorable just like when farve beat rodgers.
  35. 1 point
    bruddog

    Random Thoughts

    EDIT: Someone made a good point on another NFL board that the sack numbers look a lot better if you include rushes in the dropback calculation. Because most of those runs aren't designed runs so its better to look at sacks per dropback where a drop back is A pass atttempt A sack (the QB dropped back) A run (A high % of QB runs were probably pass attempts that turned into scrambles. And unless its an obvious run it will be counted as a sack if tackled behind the line) I tried looking at mobile qbs vs statues using the following formula SACKS / (ATT+RUNS+SACKS) which is kind of like saying (sack per dropback) It definitely made things much closer. This was definitely a quick comparison but I got something like 6.5% for mobile QB's vs 5.5% for statues @buck Even in tecmo the faster QB's tend to take more sacks (at least quickly looking at sack rankings in HSTL) as you think you can buy time with their speed which is probably some of the reason the fast guys take more sacks on average. Sacks are pretty infrequent and meaningless in tecmo due to 1. QB's not fumbling at a rate consistent with their normal rate on a sack. 2. QB's injuries rate being pretty low. 3. Any QB with reasonably high PC/ low PS can safely chuck deep down the field and its typically better than taking a sack since the average yards on an int return are tiny. To answer your question more directly. I tried the lower RS/RP method in one of my roms YEARS ago. I didn't really like how it worked but you can give it a try. Other ways I tried to add more sacks in general 1. Have OL's not hold up as long 2. Have drone DL be able to tackle a MAN guy pretty often 3. Have better pursuit of QB (via new defenses, better ratings) 4. Make INT's more likely and more returnable
  36. 1 point
    davefmurray

    World Record Progression: Donkey Kong

    Haha yea, he got shafted. You should watch King of Kong. His reactions are shown in it:
  37. 1 point
    buck

    Random Thoughts

    dude, randall cunningham had career sack % over 10! CAREER sack % for some random QBs: steve mcnair 5.3% joe montana 5.5% mcnabb 7.1% rich gannon 6.7% mike vick 8.9% kordell stewart 6.7% theisman 8.6% steve young 7.9% randall cunningham 10.1% brady 4.8% brees 3.9% rivers 5.8% esiason 5.8% marino 3.1% kurt warner 6% jim kelly 6.3% aikman 5.2% steve deberg 5.6% .... point is, look at the "6 MS" QBs - they seem to have lower sack % than the 25+ MS QBs. also, side note, it seems the deeper I go into the 1980s, the higher the sack % in general. I would say the baseline is around 5%. just from the gut. sidenote # 2: how to compensate for this in TSB ratings - give low sack % QBs a higher RS?
  38. 1 point
    PockyCandy

    World Record Progression: Donkey Kong

    Damn, Steve Wiebe deserved to get his record after all of the stuff he went through, even if it lasted only a day.
  39. 1 point
    buck

    Random Thoughts

    been noticing (historically) that NFL QBs that I would consider as "running" QBs (meaning that they are elusive and can typically run for positive yardage) usually get sacked the most. for example, in 1990, the top 5 worst sack % QBs are: MAJK Man 10.8 Jefferson George (IND) 10.0 Skid-Marc Wilson (PATS) 9.9 QB EAGLES 9.5 Vinny Testesverdes 9.4 ..... then, with the best sack % is: The Mark Rypien Experience at 1.9
  40. 1 point
    davefmurray

    NFL 2017-2018 Season Discussion

    I wasn't trying to be demeaning. I was just pointing out that Billy B grabs what is discarded quite often and then makes you pay for it.
  41. 1 point
    Maynard_G_Krebs

    NFL 2017-2018 Season Discussion

    Trrrrrrash? Dude was cut for cost savings by the Jets. He played 87% of all snaps last season! If the Pats can get another year or two out of Harris, who signed a 2-year deal, then that trash is treeeeeasssssssureeee.
  42. 1 point
    THANK YOU!!!! I'm going to run a full COM vs COM for the season, and let you know my experience from that end (I'm probably the only one on this site that doesn't actually play the games on MAN lol)
  43. 1 point
    waynehigh

    (NES) Tecmo Superbowl NFL 2018 (06-28-17)

    Nothing big, but you didn't change SD or STL to LA
  44. 1 point
    We're also donating a free entry ($35) to Tecmo Cleveland to support Midwest Tecmo!!! We wish we could be there in person but we'll be at the Cleveland Classic Arcade Gaming (CCAG) expo the same day. We're true nerds all around - Glad to support the Tecmo community!!!
  45. 1 point
    PockyCandy

    I like it when ...

    2 years later, and I can say that things still aren't going according to plan.
  46. 1 point
    Bolt

    Cool images

  47. 1 point
    ~Tailback King~

    Cool images

    Cool image???........naw.........BEST IMAGE.
  48. 1 point
    ~Tailback King~

    The Man, The Myth, The Legend...

    Once again the NFL has put the kabosh on all of the 'LEGEND' Johnny Johnson's highlights............I honestly think they are tryin to make his career disappere. At least there will alwayz be Tecmo Superbowl..........thank God for that!!!..............................(and the super cool Asians who helped create it )
  49. 1 point
    got dang bru, you are the frickin' man.
  50. 1 point
    Bolt

    I like it when ...

    By the way, i also like it when i fly Japan Airlines: those stewardesses are some of the sweetest lasses i don ever laid eyes upon