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Hi!  Huge TSB3 fan.  At one point (circa 1996) I unlocked the historic players after winning 3 consecutive Super Bowls with the same team.  I made a spreadsheet with each players' abilities mapped out.  I lost my file over time.  Has anyone else mapped each player and their abilities?  I would love to have this again.  Thanks!

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Hi, I booted up TSB3M and these are all the historic player ratings.  Guide: RS = Run Speed, RP = Run Power, MS = MS, HP = Hit Power, BB = Body Balance, AG = Agility, PS = Pass Speed, PC = Pass Control, PA = Pass Accuracy, AR = Avoid Rush, CL = Coolness, BC = Ball Control, RC = Receptions, INT = Interceptions, QU = Quickness, KP = Kick Power, AB = Avoid Kick Block, KA = Kick Accuracy.

QB1 - #16 QB G Niners (Joe Montana) RS: 69, RP: 25, MS: 19, HP: 13, BB: 19, AG: 38, PS: 56, PC: 81, PA: 81, AR: 81, CL: 88
QB2 - #12 QB G Jets (Joe Namath) RS: 69, RP: 25, MS: 13, HP: 13, BB: 19, AG: 44, PS: 75, PC: 69, PA: 81, AR: 75, CL: 81

RB1 - #34 RB G Bears (Walter Payton) RS: 69, RP: 38, MS: 75, HP: 31, BB: 75, AG: 81, BC: 69, RC: 38
RB2 - #32 RB G Browns (Jim Brown) RS: 69, RP: 63, MS: 63, HP: 69, BB: 38, AG: 56, BC: 50, RC: 19
RB3 - #40 RB G Bears (Gale Sayers) RS: 69, RP: 69, MS: 63, HP: 31, BB: 88 AG: 88, BC: 69, RC: 31
RB4 - #34 RB G Raiders (Bo Jackson) RS: 69, RP: 50, MS: 75, HP: 38, BB: 63, AG: 75, BC: 69, RC: 19

WR1 - #88 WR G Steelers (Lynn Swann) RS: 69, RP: 56, MS: 56, HP: 13, BB: 75, AG: 81, BC: 69, RC: 81
WR2 - #19 WR G Chargers (Lance Alworth) RS: 69, RP: 38, MS: 63, HP: 13, BB: 69, AG: 69, BC: 69, RC: 75
WR3 - #80 WR G Seahawks (Steve Largent) RS: 69, RP: 38, MS: 31, HP: 13, BB: 31, AG: 38, BC: 75, RC: 81
WR4 - #81 WR G Redskins (Art Monk) RS: 69, RP: 38, MS: 44, HP: 13, BB: 38, AG: 50, BC: 69, RC: 75

TE1 - #0 (89) TE G Bears (Mike Ditka) RS: 69, RP: 25, MS: 50, HP: 75, BB: 13, AG: 19, BC: 69, RC: 50
TE2 - #87 TE G Raiders (Dave Casper) RS: 69, RP: 63, MS: 44, HP: 56, BB: 38, AG: 50, BC: 69, RC: 75

C - #52 C G Steelers (Mike Webster) RS: 69, RP: 56, MS: 44, HP: 81, BB: 44, AG: 56
G1 - #73 G G Patriots (John Hannah) RS: 69, RP: 44, MS: 50, HP: 81, BB: 50, AG: 38
G2 - #63 G G Raiders (Gene Upshaw) RS: 69, RP: 56, MS: 56, HP: 81, BB: 31, AG: 63
T1 - #78 T G Raiders (Art Shell) RS: 69, RP: 38, MS: 31, HP: 88, BB: 25, AG: 25
T2 - #78 T G Bengals (Anthony Muñoz) RS: 69, RP: 31, MS: 44, HP: 94, BB: 25, AG: 38

DL1 - #75 DE G Rams (David Jones) RS: 50, RP: 50, MS: 69, HP: 75, BB: 13, AG: 69, INT: 6, QU: 75
DL2 - #75 DT G Steelers ("Mean" Joe Greene) RS: 44, RP: 56, MS: 31, HP: 88, BB: 13, AG: 38, INT: 6, QU: 56
DL3 - #74 DT G Rams (Merlin Olsen) RS: 44, RP: 63, MS: 38, HP: 81, BB: 13, AG: 44, INT: 6, QU: 69
DL4 - #0 (70) DE G Colts (Art Donovan) RS: 56, RP: 44, MS: 69, HP: 75, BB: 13, AG: 63, INT: 6, QU: 81
DL5 - #54 DT G Cowboys (Randy White) RS: 44, RP: 63, MS: 38, HP: 75, BB: 13, AG: 56, INT: 6, QU: 69
DL6 - #75 DE G Raiders (Howie Long) RS: 50, RP: 44, MS: 63, HP: 75, BB: 13, AG: 50, INT: 6, QU: 69

LB1 - #56 OLB G Giants (Lawrence Taylor) RS: 63, RP: 44, MS: 75, HP: 69, BB: 56, AG: 69, INT: 31, QU: 88
LB2 - #51 MLB G Bears (Dick Butkus) RS: 56, RP: 69, MS: 56, HP: 75, BB: 50, AG: 63, INT: 31, QU: 81
LB3 - #59 OLB G Steelers (Jack Ham) RS: 56, RP: 50, MS: 63, HP: 69, BB: 63, AG: 56, INT: 44, QU: 75
LB4 - #50 MLB G Bears (Mike Singletary) RS: 75, RP: 56, MS: 56, HP: 69, BB: 50, AG: 63, INT: 31, QU: 81
LB5 - #58 MLB G Steelers (Jack Lambert) RS: 63, RP: 56, MS: 50, HP: 75, BB: 44, AG: 56, INT: 19, QU: 69

CB1 - #81 CB G Cardinals (Dick "Night Train" Lane) RS: 50, RP: 56, MS: 75, HP: 44, BB: 69, AG: 88, INT: 88, QU: 75
CB2 - #47 CB G Steelers (Mel Blount) RS: 63, RP: 56, MS: 69, HP: 38, BB: 63, AG: 81, INT: 81, QU: 81
CB3 - #40 CB G Patriots (Mike Haynes) RS: 63, RP: 50, MS: 69, HP: 13, BB: 50, AG: 75, INT: 69, QU: 81
CB4 - #37 CB G Raiders (Lester Hayes) RS: 56, RP: 38, MS: 81, HP: 13, BB: 50, AG: 69, INT: 75, QU: 56

S1 - #8 S G Cardinals (Larry Wilson) RS: 56, RP: 44, MS: 63, HP: 69, BB: 56, AG: 63, INT: 81, QU: 69
S2 - #27 S G Redskins (Ken Houston) RS: 56, RP: 38, MS: 56, HP: 75, BB: 44, AG: 56, INT: 69, QU: 75
S3 - #45 S G Seahawks (Kenny Easley) RS: 50, RP: 50, MS: 56, HP: 81, BB: 38, AG: 63, INT: 63, QU: 63

K - #3 K G Chiefs (Jan Stenerud) RS: 81, RP: 56, MS: 81, HP: 31, BB: 13, AG: 38, KP: 81, AB: 94, KA: 75
P - #8 P G Raiders (Ray Guy) RS: 81, RP: 25, MS: 44, HP: 31, BB: 13, AG: 38, KP: 88, AB: 69

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DE 0 G Colts is probably Gino Marchetti, #89 (or 76). Art Donovan never played in the modern (Super Bowl) era, all the others did. It is, after all the name of the game. Marchetti barely qualifies as he played his last season during the first season of the SB era ('66). Art Donovan retired after the '61 season.

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On 4/22/2020 at 11:57 AM, ststeven11 said:

DE 0 G Colts is probably Gino Marchetti, #89 (or 76). Art Donovan never played in the modern (Super Bowl) era, all the others did. It is, after all the name of the game. Marchetti barely qualifies as he played his last season during the first season of the SB era ('66). Art Donovan retired after the '61 season.

 

It's Art Donovan.

 

What you need to realize is that this game was put together by a Japanese company that was sourcing stuff in the 90s.  There has been a guy or two on here that was in contact with Tecmo because they wanted to bounce stuff off of an American football fan. In the 90s Art Donovan was famous well beyond football, appearing in commercials, Letterman, etc. That's the reason a guy before the Super Bowl era is on this game.  Also note that DIck "NightTrain" Lane is in the game. Lane played his last game in 1965.

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On 4/23/2020 at 6:41 PM, Knobbe said:

 

It's Art Donovan.

 

What you need to realize is that this game was put together by a Japanese company that was sourcing stuff in the 90s.  There has been a guy or two on here that was in contact with Tecmo because they wanted to bounce stuff off of an American football fan. In the 90s Art Donovan was famous well beyond football, appearing in commercials, Letterman, etc. That's the reason a guy before the Super Bowl era is on this game.  Also note that DIck "NightTrain" Lane is in the game. Lane played his last game in 1965.

Ha! You're absolutely right. The "Larcenous Lion" did retire in '65. I didn't catch that one. Art Donovan it is.

 

Thanks for the info!

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