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Everything posted by buck

  1. 1st of all, I don't understand why you posted in this thread, as it regards TSB, and it has to do with special teams. but, did you poke around in the sections before or after the offense code? sometimes the best thing to do is just open up fceux, save a state, log some bytes, and start corrupting shit.
  2. Maravich not on any lists? just a thought.
  3. malcolm butler? lol. I hate to say it, but there must be some racial/class-war type of angle to this film. I'm getting too cynical in my old age. but it's too easy to see it coming. nothing against him, I think he's a solid DB, and that game-winning play in the SEA SB was 100% bad ass. but, why not do 1999 rams kurt warner? pretty much the same thing, except x1000.
  4. get that newish tecmo game for the gameboy and make it happen, cap'n.
  5. I think that Fournette might be cooked (in the head), but even assuming he still has good football left.....Cook all day, in my book. Cook just seems like a better pro (and college, btw) runner to me, and more valuable to an NFL team in general.
  6. just imagine....Blot standing on the sideline of the Super Bowl football field, his heart racing, looking up at the crowd, hearing the cheers, the jeers, the utter chaos, lada gaga's breasts on his mind, Blot is lost in the moment, loving it, loving life....then.....FUCKIN-ZAP! OWCH! Brady shoots a perfect spiral from 50 yards diagonal, a football tightly wrapped with Arthur Blank's well-aged "hymen", straight into Blot's face...Right on Target, Tom...a few of Blot's pearly-whites eject from his mouth, the "hymen" partially tears from the football, and pieces of this "hymen" conveniently fill the bloody gaps.
  7. I am about to pull out the Tailback-King/Johnny Johnson card for Brady: If you're too stupid to understand Brady's greatness, it's your problem, not mine. side note: I actually did have a dream this morning where I was telling somebody about a dream I had just had (within the dream), except I was lying to them a little about the dream (I was purposefully leaving out some key details of the dream).
  8. I'm not arguing that ATL went wacko. I was watching the playclock and the plays they ran. fuck ATL. But how does a "turd sandwich" throw for 466 yards at 69% in the super bowl, with a completely non-existent running game? I get it, you hate Brady and the Pats. it's cool, every body does. Pats fans are used to the haters hating.
  9. I believe that no other QB in the league right now would have made those accurate and well-timed passes like Brady did. what I am saying is: take any QB in the NFL right now, and put them in Brady's position in the 2nd half of the SB. who in the living fuck would make those throws that consistently, under that pressure, with those WRs? rivers? rodgers? brees? natty ice? some "running QB" lol, no way. those guys couldn't have made those throws even if there were no defense on the field. nobody makes those throws. only Brady. other QBs would have mentally choked or just made bad throws. Brady was as close to PERFECT as you can get.
  10. yeah, that 75% run was for a specific old-school (1934 CHI) rom I was messing with.
  11. How/where (0x) is the COM run/pass ratio set? I'd bet there's an adjustable probability setting somewhere - that tells COM to pick a run or pass, using the setting (0,1,2,3). I don't know where to look... I'm specifically interested in amplifying the "extreme" settings -> settings of 1 (heavy rush) or 3 (heavy pass). ***For example, I'd like a team with a "1" (heavy rush) to run the ball "even more" when I'm playing against them.
  12. if Vic Beasley could catch, he wouldn't be a defensive lineman. So, either way you look at it, he did and should have dropped it.
  13. Behind the line of scrimmage, I want a COM controlled QB to move around, but also be able to throw a pass using x90 command if the QB is approached by a defender. I don't want to just move him and then start the Throwing process. I want the throwing process to be in effect *while* the com QB is moving around, so that QB will not take a sack. I have been trying to embed the C1+x90 command inside a FC FF E0 DF type of loop, but the DF never relinquishes control. Something like this: FC FF E0 DF C1 14 24 FF 91 E1 F2 "code to give possession" "LOOP BACK" FC But like I said, the DF command takes over and that seems to be the end of it. Any ideas or work arounds you can think of? I'm sure there's something I'm missing or not thinking of...
  14. myself having a little bit of respect for the 49ers and their historical significance to the NFL, I just hope that the 49ers can get back to playing football instead of being a traveling political clown show.
  15. bodom - It was a rough, moist 3 hours waiting for the ATL buses to bring the beloved Falcons boys home from the big game. But the huge crowd, seen below, had a great time cheering their NFL 2nd-place march of shame.
  16. would be good to get these HUTs in SET formation
  17. I'll quote a friend of mine, "How about those Falcons last night? I'd call that the biggest bed-shitting in the history of sports."
  18. perennial all-pro NFL safeties are quite rare and difficult to replace/compensate for.
  19. Joe who? that 4th quarter passing (and catching) was truly great. especially under the pressure. as unbelievable of a come back as that was - you know, when you have a guy like Brady at the helm, anything is possible. I'm sure his teammates believed the whole time. brady has got something strong within his soul that most people will never even get a glimpse of or even understand. dude is a true fighter and football player. but yeah, the falcons choked, too.
  20. dude I'm not trying to get in some kinda pissing match. I'm sure you are the best athlete that I've never seen and I would have not been worthy to tape your ankles if you'd been on my team. a person just does what they do, where ever they're at. a person might think or be the best, until they go somewhere else. and just because I was all state RB at my school, does not mean that I would have been if I'd played at your school, but I will piss back at you and promise you I would have been one of the best players on your team, no matter what position.
  21. blount pussyfooting on his 1st run. now he coughs it up. I'd sit him until 4th quarter, or maybe slip him a THC capsule, because he has his head up his ass.
  22. I'll take the pats, by 4
  23. fun tournament, went real smooth. thanks, knobbe for everything. I had such a good time the night before that I was almost in a haze and letdown Saturday. The Omaha Tecmo crew had a nice party in the hotel Friday night. I played at least 10 TSB games that Friday night, highlighted by a 260+ yard rushing game with James Jones (SEA, 294 Total Rush Yards). I Woke up feeling mighty rough, with my thumb causing me concern, and possible heart palpitations. But I was alright. I went 3-0 in pool play, but was seeded 9th. Won my first round game 42-0. Then I ran into Luke and he called KC MIA. I was dumb and picked MIA (who I really don't know how to use) but alas, DeBerg played like QB BILLS and Marino played like Jay Fucking Schroeder and I abandoned the running game way too soon, with Marino throwing 2 INTs in the 1st half. I lost 24-14. I was happy to see Luke continue to the finals...he earned it. and then surprisingly and perhaps mistakenly, Craig (runner up) called the exact same matchup that Luke and I played - KC MIA...I noticed Luke ran the same playbooks he used against me (Offset I). That game went about the exact same as when I played him. Congrats to Luke, a classy and classic TSB player. Thanks to Matt, and the other Lincoln TSB guys. and thanks to Omaha guys (Richie, Phil, etc.) for the party and etc. Nice to meet some new people that day, too - you know who you are. Also was nice to see some old faces.
  24. force = mass x acceleration I had the acceleration and no fear.
  25. so, I either don't understand the wording of the rule or the reason for the change of the "coin flip" stuff. I recall that the "coin flip" winner simply would choose a matchup, and then the "loser" would choose to either: 1) take P1 and whatever team the winner doesn't take 2) choose a team from the matchup and take P2. this process is very simple, straight forward, and fair, in my opinion. am I reading this correctly that now the coin flip winner gets to call the matchup and also takes P1? what? this is actually the opposite of the way the coin flip was previously done for the past 10 years, is it not? did Madison do the coin flip this new way last year? how did it go over? you shouldn't get to call the matchup and get P1 because this seems unfair in favor of the coin flip winner, in my opinion. 1) a coin flip should't mean this much and 2) give the coin flip winner so much advantage right of the bat. forget "tap meters", there needs to be some data taken on the correlation between coin flip winner and game winner. I would bet that the correlation would be high, in this new format.