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  1. Thank you for the explanation, that aligns with my experience playing around with it. I would guess eliminating the third wild card winner--having it recognize only two division champs, sorting the third best team--would be of similar complexity? That seems to be the issue--i.e., Tampa Bay (sitting in the NFC East) finishes 13-5 and gets a bye, but 12-6 Memphis--narratively the second place Southern Division team--gets the other bye because they "finished" first in the NFC Central--where they're placed--over Baltimore, who "wins" the NFC East with a 9-9 record, when Baltimore "should" get the bye from a narrative standpoint. Maybe I'm making a mountain out of a mole hill...
  2. Hi Everybody, I was wondering if anyone knew how to sort playoff teams by record rather than division champion? My experience--or inexperience--led the USFL hack to have three divisions of three teams each. While scheduling keeps the original league's integrity--two divisions--I sometimes find that a club gets a bye because they won the "middle" division despite another team having a better record. I've played around with the code that determines division champs and wild card teams before, but I haven't had any success. Anybody know how to get the rom to sort based on best record?
  3. Figured it out, thanks jstout! Got some gnarly helmet colors right now.
  4. I was thinking that too--just rename the two teams in TSB--but would swapping the logos mean I'd have to also tweak the colors in the code? I can do that I think with the big helmets, but I always have difficulty with the small helmets.
  5. I was playing around with the idea of swapping teams into different divisions. Like, I considered turning the New Orleans Breakers back into the Boston Breakers. My goal is to group them closer to the Atlantic division clubs; in turn, I'd place the Feds closer as well. Essentially, swapping both clubs places either on the Team Data/Control screens or just the standings. I can always adjust the schedule to where the Breakers play PIT/NJ/BALT twice and WASH play MEM/JAX/BIR/TB twice, but that could mess up my standings. I guess I'm just asking is there a way to "swap" the spots for both clubs in the code? It seems division organization is more built around arrays of teams rather than where each individual team is placed. Any help would be great.
  6. View File USFL '87: The Ballad of Brian Bosworth A continuation of my hypothetical USFL series. Narrative up soon and in pieces. Player placement is based on collegiate territory research, polling, and some hypotheticals. Number re-arrangements for NFL vets based as closely as possible on that player's number in college. Veterans also based on researching preseason NFL transactions and contemporary trade/cut/signing rumors for a little what-if stuff. This hack uses Buck's "Juice Helper" so it is challenging, though I also modified offensive stats--high pass control, receptions--to keep the frenzied "USFL" feel. If you wish to vote on future player placements, follow me on Twitter (@Tombor13). I apologize for the delay. Enjoy. Features: -7 minute quarters -Stats after every quarter -Wedge Returns -Directional Punting -Graphic Tweaks, including funky end zones -Stat Tweaks -Sim Data Tweaks -Offensive Formation Tweaks -3 team, 3 Division Structure -12 teams make playoffs (as opposed to original 8 teams) -18 game, locked, custom schedule -All Pro: '87 All-NFL Vs. '87 All-USFL (I had to make modifications: if an All-Pro is in the USFL, they were replaced by an all-conference or Pro Bowler) Transactions/Roster Edits: *New Jersey trades rights to Kelvin Martin (NFL), Scott Schwedes (signed), Steve Trapilo (signed), and '87 and '88 Open Draft 1st round picks to Oklahoma for rights to Brian Bosworth (10 years, $15 million). The '87 pick is via Chicago, completing compensation for Keith Byars signing in '86. *Pittsburgh trades their 9th round selection to New Jersey per arbitrator ruling after the Maulers signed Joe Shield. *Memphis trades rights to Walter Lewis and Dwight Stone to Birmingham for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd round picks in the '88 Open Draft; one territorial selection. *Oklahoma trades an 11th round Open Draft pick to Memphis for rights to Clyde Duncan per arbitrator ruling. *Denver trades 16th and 18th round Open Draft picks to Houston for rights to Rick McIvor. Deal completed to avoid arbitration. *San Antonio trades James Hadnot (cut in training camp), 5th, 8th, and 12th round picks to Washington for rights to Ethan Horton per arbitrator decision; Washington request for a 2nd round pick denied. *Houston trades 4th round open draft pick to Washington for rights to Calvin Daniels per arbitrator decision; Washington request for a 1st round pick denied. *Denver trades Stan Blinka to Oklahoma for a 6th round Open Draft pick in '88. *Los Angeles trades Darrell Patillo to Baltimore for a 5th round Open Draft pick in '88. *San Antonio trades 13th round '88 Open Draft pick to Los Angeles for rights to Gary Moten. Roster Additions: Arizona David Adams* Jon Horton Danny Lockett Dan Saleaumuna* Jeff Van Raaphorst Darren Willis Baltimore Alvin Blount Michael Clemons (2nd round Open Draft) Chuck Faucette Rich Gannon Birmingham Tommie Agee Howard Ballard* Cornelius Bennett Lewis Colbert Keith McKeller Freddie Robinson #10 Mike Shula* Dwight Stone (4th round Open Draft) Chicago John Carney Curtis Duncan Les Miller* (3rd round Open Draft) Todd Peat* Ray Wallace Frank Winters Denver Steve Alvord Steve Bartalo* Tyrone Braxton Jeff Criswell (17th round Open Draft) Jon Embree Merrill Hoge Lakei Heimuli Frankie Neal (1st round Open Draft) Pete Najarian* (11th round Open Draft) Ed Simmons (2nd round Open Draft) Al Smith Kevin Willhite (19th round Open Draft) Houston Jerry Ball Ray Berry Thomas Everett Donald Narcisse Derrick Macadoo Matt Stevens (9th round Open Draft) Jacksonville Tracy Ham* Kirby Jackson (2nd round Open Draft) Greg Lloyd* Ricky Nattiel Jesse Tuggle LA Rick Finney (5th round Open Draft) Charles Lockett Tim McDonald Christian Okoye Memphis Tony Burse Jimmy Clinkscales Enis Jackson* Wayne Haddix* (17th round Open Draft) Tony Robinson Elbert Shelley* Daryle Smtih* Theo Young* Michigan Doug DuBose (22nd round Open Draft) New Jersey Walter Briggs* Brian Bosworth (rights trade w/Oklahoma) Cris Carter Scott Merserau* Ed Rubbert* (8th round Open Draft) Tyronne Stowe* Harry Swayne New Orleans Milton Barney Joe Caravello Mark Carrier Willie Fears Patrick Scott* Ronald Scott Henry Thomas Oakland Toi Cook David Diaz-Infante Kevin Gogan Lorenzo Lynch* Hardy Nickerson Gene Taylor Oklahoma John Clay (1st round Open Draft via NJ) ('87 Raiders) Tim Gordon* Andrew Jackson (15th round Open Draft) Robert Mimbs* Scott Schwedes (New Jersey rights, Boz trade) Derrick Shepard Steve Trapilo (New Jersey rights, Boz trade) Pittsburgh Tom Brown Cornell Burbage (3rd round Open Draft) Mitch Frerotte Ray Isom Mancia Massimo John Settle (2nd round Open Draft) San Antonio Ron Bernstine David Caldwell (rights trade w/Houston, future considerations) Sammy Garza Larry Kelm* Kevin Murray* (signed post NFL Draft) Eugene Seale Tampa Bay Eddie Hunter (10th round Open Draft pick) Dan Sileo Jeff Zimmerman (rights trade w/Jacksonville, future considerations) Washington James Brim Robert Clark* Kenny Flowers Don Majkowski Mike Junkin USFL Transactions Free Agency/Trades/Listing Acquisition Arizona Kim Bokemper Trent Bryant Earl Cooper John Harris Howard Richards Baltimore Stefon Adams ('85 territorial pick) Tyrone Anthony ('84 territorial pick) Marvin Harvey David Martin Mike McCloskey (‘83 territorial pick) Darrell Pattillo (trade w/LA for 5th round '88 Open Draft pick) Birmingham John Fourcade Walter Lewis (trade w/Memphis for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd round '88 Open Draft picks) Junior Miller Virgil Seay Ken Woodard Chicago Owen Gill ('85 territorial pick) Gary Ellerson ('86 territorial pick) Mel Jenkins Denver Rick McIvor Houston Rodney Bellinger George Cumby Calvin Daniels Marvin Powell Al Richardson Adam Schriber (‘84 territorial pick) Jason Stauvosky (rights swap w/Oklahoma, future considerations) Jacksonville Charles Alexander #4 ('83 Bengals) Bobby Duckworth Mike Rozier Turk Schonert LA Keith Browner ('84 territorial pick) Steve Busick Craig Ellis Paul McDonald #16 Timmie Ware #19 ('85 territorial pick) Memphis Jimmy Colquitt Allama Matthews Calvin Muhammad Brad White Van Williams Michigan Doug Marsh Eugene Marve Rick Massie Joe Morris Butch Wolfork New Jersey Paul Coffman Joe Dufek Garcia Lane Jeff Rohrer Mike Siano (‘86 territorial pick) New Orleans Jerry Gordon Kyle Mackey Oakland Clyde Glover ('84 territorial pick) Alvin Hall Earnest Jackson ('83 9th round Open Draft pick) Clint Sampson Byron Smith ('84 territorial pick) Ted Watts Jim Zorn Oklahoma Stan Blinka Gordon Brown ('86 territorial pick) Clyde Duncan Pittsburgh Dennis Fowlkes Ralph Giacomarro Bernard Henry Joe Shield Larry Station (rights trade w/Chicago, future considerations) San Antonio Paul Allegre Keith Baldwin Pat Franklin (‘86 territorial pick) Ethan Horton Lam Jones Gary Moten James Noble ('86 territorial pick) Buzz Sawyer ('85 territorial pick) Tampa Bay Greg Allen ('85 territorial pick) Chip Banks Harvey Clayton ('83 territorial pick) Jackie Flowers Kevin Ingram Florian Kempf Dexter Manley Jim Miller Bob Niziolinek Joel Williams Washington Charles Bowser Lynn Dickey Jeff Hayes Dan Banish (‘83 territorial pick) Reggie Pleasant ('85 territorial pick) *USFL '88 or future hack Submitter Tombor Submitted 03/16/2022 Category Misc ROMs  
  7. Version 1.0.0

    143 downloads

    A continuation of my hypothetical USFL series. Narrative up soon and in pieces. Player placement is based on collegiate territory research, polling, and some hypotheticals. Number re-arrangements for NFL vets based as closely as possible on that player's number in college. Veterans also based on researching preseason NFL transactions and contemporary trade/cut/signing rumors for a little what-if stuff. This hack uses Buck's "Juice Helper" so it is challenging, though I also modified offensive stats--high pass control, receptions--to keep the frenzied "USFL" feel. If you wish to vote on future player placements, follow me on Twitter (@Tombor13). I apologize for the delay. Enjoy. Features: -7 minute quarters -Stats after every quarter -Wedge Returns -Directional Punting -Graphic Tweaks, including funky end zones -Stat Tweaks -Sim Data Tweaks -Offensive Formation Tweaks -3 team, 3 Division Structure -12 teams make playoffs (as opposed to original 8 teams) -18 game, locked, custom schedule -All Pro: '87 All-NFL Vs. '87 All-USFL (I had to make modifications: if an All-Pro is in the USFL, they were replaced by an all-conference or Pro Bowler) Transactions/Roster Edits: *New Jersey trades rights to Kelvin Martin (NFL), Scott Schwedes (signed), Steve Trapilo (signed), and '87 and '88 Open Draft 1st round picks to Oklahoma for rights to Brian Bosworth (10 years, $15 million). The '87 pick is via Chicago, completing compensation for Keith Byars signing in '86. *Pittsburgh trades their 9th round selection to New Jersey per arbitrator ruling after the Maulers signed Joe Shield. *Memphis trades rights to Walter Lewis and Dwight Stone to Birmingham for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd round picks in the '88 Open Draft; one territorial selection. *Oklahoma trades an 11th round Open Draft pick to Memphis for rights to Clyde Duncan per arbitrator ruling. *Denver trades 16th and 18th round Open Draft picks to Houston for rights to Rick McIvor. Deal completed to avoid arbitration. *San Antonio trades James Hadnot (cut in training camp), 5th, 8th, and 12th round picks to Washington for rights to Ethan Horton per arbitrator decision; Washington request for a 2nd round pick denied. *Houston trades 4th round open draft pick to Washington for rights to Calvin Daniels per arbitrator decision; Washington request for a 1st round pick denied. *Denver trades Stan Blinka to Oklahoma for a 6th round Open Draft pick in '88. *Los Angeles trades Darrell Patillo to Baltimore for a 5th round Open Draft pick in '88. *San Antonio trades 13th round '88 Open Draft pick to Los Angeles for rights to Gary Moten. Roster Additions: Arizona David Adams* Jon Horton Danny Lockett Dan Saleaumuna* Jeff Van Raaphorst Darren Willis Baltimore Alvin Blount Michael Clemons (2nd round Open Draft) Chuck Faucette Rich Gannon Birmingham Tommie Agee Howard Ballard* Cornelius Bennett Lewis Colbert Keith McKeller Freddie Robinson #10 Mike Shula* Dwight Stone (4th round Open Draft) Chicago John Carney Curtis Duncan Les Miller* (3rd round Open Draft) Todd Peat* Ray Wallace Frank Winters Denver Steve Alvord Steve Bartalo* Tyrone Braxton Jeff Criswell (17th round Open Draft) Jon Embree Merrill Hoge Lakei Heimuli Frankie Neal (1st round Open Draft) Pete Najarian* (11th round Open Draft) Ed Simmons (2nd round Open Draft) Al Smith Kevin Willhite (19th round Open Draft) Houston Jerry Ball Ray Berry Thomas Everett Donald Narcisse Derrick Macadoo Matt Stevens (9th round Open Draft) Jacksonville Tracy Ham* Kirby Jackson (2nd round Open Draft) Greg Lloyd* Ricky Nattiel Jesse Tuggle LA Rick Finney (5th round Open Draft) Charles Lockett Tim McDonald Christian Okoye Memphis Tony Burse Jimmy Clinkscales Enis Jackson* Wayne Haddix* (17th round Open Draft) Tony Robinson Elbert Shelley* Daryle Smtih* Theo Young* Michigan Doug DuBose (22nd round Open Draft) New Jersey Walter Briggs* Brian Bosworth (rights trade w/Oklahoma) Cris Carter Scott Merserau* Ed Rubbert* (8th round Open Draft) Tyronne Stowe* Harry Swayne New Orleans Milton Barney Joe Caravello Mark Carrier Willie Fears Patrick Scott* Ronald Scott Henry Thomas Oakland Toi Cook David Diaz-Infante Kevin Gogan Lorenzo Lynch* Hardy Nickerson Gene Taylor Oklahoma John Clay (1st round Open Draft via NJ) ('87 Raiders) Tim Gordon* Andrew Jackson (15th round Open Draft) Robert Mimbs* Scott Schwedes (New Jersey rights, Boz trade) Derrick Shepard Steve Trapilo (New Jersey rights, Boz trade) Pittsburgh Tom Brown Cornell Burbage (3rd round Open Draft) Mitch Frerotte Ray Isom Mancia Massimo John Settle (2nd round Open Draft) San Antonio Ron Bernstine David Caldwell (rights trade w/Houston, future considerations) Sammy Garza Larry Kelm* Kevin Murray* (signed post NFL Draft) Eugene Seale Tampa Bay Eddie Hunter (10th round Open Draft pick) Dan Sileo Jeff Zimmerman (rights trade w/Jacksonville, future considerations) Washington James Brim Robert Clark* Kenny Flowers Don Majkowski Mike Junkin USFL Transactions Free Agency/Trades/Listing Acquisition Arizona Kim Bokemper Trent Bryant Earl Cooper John Harris Howard Richards Baltimore Stefon Adams ('85 territorial pick) Tyrone Anthony ('84 territorial pick) Marvin Harvey David Martin Mike McCloskey (‘83 territorial pick) Darrell Pattillo (trade w/LA for 5th round '88 Open Draft pick) Birmingham John Fourcade Walter Lewis (trade w/Memphis for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd round '88 Open Draft picks) Junior Miller Virgil Seay Ken Woodard Chicago Owen Gill ('85 territorial pick) Gary Ellerson ('86 territorial pick) Mel Jenkins Denver Rick McIvor Houston Rodney Bellinger George Cumby Calvin Daniels Marvin Powell Al Richardson Adam Schriber (‘84 territorial pick) Jason Stauvosky (rights swap w/Oklahoma, future considerations) Jacksonville Charles Alexander #4 ('83 Bengals) Bobby Duckworth Mike Rozier Turk Schonert LA Keith Browner ('84 territorial pick) Steve Busick Craig Ellis Paul McDonald #16 Timmie Ware #19 ('85 territorial pick) Memphis Jimmy Colquitt Allama Matthews Calvin Muhammad Brad White Van Williams Michigan Doug Marsh Eugene Marve Rick Massie Joe Morris Butch Wolfork New Jersey Paul Coffman Joe Dufek Garcia Lane Jeff Rohrer Mike Siano (‘86 territorial pick) New Orleans Jerry Gordon Kyle Mackey Oakland Clyde Glover ('84 territorial pick) Alvin Hall Earnest Jackson ('83 9th round Open Draft pick) Clint Sampson Byron Smith ('84 territorial pick) Ted Watts Jim Zorn Oklahoma Stan Blinka Gordon Brown ('86 territorial pick) Clyde Duncan Pittsburgh Dennis Fowlkes Ralph Giacomarro Bernard Henry Joe Shield Larry Station (rights trade w/Chicago, future considerations) San Antonio Paul Allegre Keith Baldwin Pat Franklin (‘86 territorial pick) Ethan Horton Lam Jones Gary Moten James Noble ('86 territorial pick) Buzz Sawyer ('85 territorial pick) Tampa Bay Greg Allen ('85 territorial pick) Chip Banks Harvey Clayton ('83 territorial pick) Jackie Flowers Kevin Ingram Florian Kempf Dexter Manley Jim Miller Bob Niziolinek Joel Williams Washington Charles Bowser Lynn Dickey Jeff Hayes Dan Banish (‘83 territorial pick) Reggie Pleasant ('85 territorial pick) *USFL '88 or future hack
  8. Young is the only one with a dedicated running play; I will give it a shot and see what happens.
  9. Hi everybody, I'm getting '87 ready and have been simming through a few times to make sure everything is working all right. How do others handle running quarterbacks? Seems like very season I do, Steve Young or Damon Allen or Walter Lewis only have about 100 rushing yards over the season. I crank up sim run to 15 or even 44/50 MS but it doesn't seem to move the needle when I sim the game. They work great when you play though. Not a big deal, just kind of wondering.
  10. Hey, Thanks! I forgot that it is 255 for each, not 255 total. I was wondering what was going on...
  11. Thanks for the advice--I went through and cleared out everybody and I cranked up the front seven, though it did even up going the other direction; still Reggie White notching 42 sacks in 18 games isn't totally out of reach. Probably keep tweaking.
  12. Yeah it isn't working still after a fifth sim/tweak. Here the league's sack leaders, all safeties. I have noticed stats come out more interesting when I tweak sim stats on the offense but leave defensive players alone...maybe I will try that and see where it is going. I am not sure what this is happening...
  13. Hi everybody, I was experimenting with another USFL hack and I feel like I've gotten the hang of Sim Data, but I have playing around with a new hack I made and it seems like the only guys recording any stats are my safeties--they get all the sacks and safeties. I've attached the file. Is this sim data issues, or a team sim data issue? Thanks! usfl_89_prime_time_beta02.nes
  14. View File USFL '86: Shadow Market A continuation of my hypothetical USFL series. Features: -7 minute quarters -Stats after every quarter -Wedge Returns -Directional Punting -Formation Experimentations -Graphic Tweaks, including funky end zones -Stat Tweaks -Sim Data Tweaks -Offensive Formation Tweaks -3 team, 3 Division Structure -12 teams make playoffs (as opposed to original 8 teams) -18 game, locked, '85 schedule -All Pro: '86 All-NFL Vs. '86 All-USFL (I had to make modifications: Dennis Gentry, Bobby Joe Edmonds, and Tim McGee all made ALL-NFL as Special Teams Players; some other modifications based on ALL-AFC or ALL-NFC) -Custom Schedule Player allocation was based on a mix of the 1986 territorial and Open Drafts, narrative flourishes, and '85 NFL final cuts. In terms of NFL player cuts: I placed players based on their USFL draft status or regional proximity of their college or through research. '86 territorial rights/Open Draft Arizona Phil Freeman Greg Baty (rights trade w/Oakland) Paul Godbey* Max Zandejas Baltimore Rich Badanjack Todd Bowles Tim Cofield Stan Gelbaugh J.D. Maarveld John Taylor Birmingham Auburn Alabama Jesse Bendross (‘84 territorial pick) Carl Byrum Harold Hallman Willie Totten ('87 Bills Strike QB) Chicago Illinois Indiana Northwestern Wisconsin Cap Boso Keith Byars Jim Everett Bobby Howard Devon Mitchell* Denver Colorado Colorado State Nebraska Utah Utah State Mike Busch ('87 Giants) Rick Donnelly Dwayne Jiles Glen Kozlowski ('87 Bears) Vai Sikahema Eric Yarber Houston Baylor Houston SMU Texas Floyd Dixon Rory Graves (rights acquired in Weddington "liquidation" trade w/New Jersey) Brett Maxie* John Teltshick Reyna Thompson Jacksonville Florida Georgia Georgia Tech Eddie Anderson* Kent Austin (rights trade w/Birmingham) Ray Criswell Alonzo Johnson (rights trade w/Tampa Bay for Alonzo Mitz) Pat Swilling ('86 or '87 Saints) LA UCLA USC Joe Cormier John Lee Erik Howard (completes '85 trade w/Oakland for rights to Damon Allen) Robert Jenkins* Allen Pitts James Pruitt Memphis Tennessee Tennessee State Tony Baker Brian Blankenship ('86 open draft pick, '87 Steelers) Ravin Caldwell Don Griffin* Enis Jackson* Tim Harris Michigan Michigan Michigan State Brad Cochran John Offerdahl Butch Rolle John Wojciechowski New Jersey Boston College Colgate Rutgers Syracuse Gill Fenerty (3rd round open draft selection, pick acquired in Sam Bowers trade) Tim Green Mark Jackson (2nd round open draft pick) John Tagliaferri New Orleans LSU La Tech Tulane Willie Gillus (15th round open draft pick) Dalton Hilliard Tank Landry Ronald Scott* Jackie Walker Oakland Stanford Washington Washington State Joe Kelly Rueben Mayes Junior Tautalatasi Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma State Tulsa Tony Casillas Charles Crawford Rusty Hilger Kevin Murphy Willie Pless Pittsburgh Pitt Penn State West Virginia Chuck Banks Doug Marrone (4th round open draft pick) Mike Zordich* San Antonio Texas A&M Domingo Bryant Matt Darwin Seth Joyner Larry Linne* Walter Murray (2nd round Open Draft) Anthony Toney Tampa Bay Jamie Dukes* Joe Dudek Percy Griffin* Hassan Jones Alonzo Mitz (Jacksonville territorial pick, signed after cut) Orson Mobely Ricky Moore (rights acquired in trade w/Birmingham) Jesse Solomon Washington Clemson North Carolina East Carolina Dino Hackett Mike Haight (1st round Open Draft) Napoleon McCallum (rights acquired in trade w/Baltimore for Curtis Bledsoe) Henry Walls* *Will appear in future USFL Hack Transactions Arizona Andre Francis (‘83 territorial pick) Al Harris ('84 Bears) Jim Kovach ('83 or '84 Saints) Odis McKinney (‘81 Raiders) Art Still ('86 Chiefs) Eric Truvillion ('87 Lions) Baltimore Curtis Bledsoe (trade w/Washington for rights to Mark Kelso and Napoleon McCallum) James Burroughs Clarence Collins Dave Dreschler ('83 territorial pick) Major Everett Cornell Gowdy Birmingham Robert Brazile Jeremiah Castille ('83 territorial pick) Bob Harris (‘83 territorial pick) Mike Landrum ('84 Falcons) Malcolm Scott ('83 Giants or '87 Saints) Chicago Tron Armstrong ('84 3rd round open draft selection) Todd Bell Tom Cousineau Ted Petersen Gerald Small Bob Thomas Denver Hasson Arbubakrr Wendell Cason ('85 22nd round open draft pick via Jacksonville, acquired in Hemphill/Turner trade) Chris Kołodziejski (‘84 territorial pick) Larry Mason (trade w/Jacksonville for Daryl Hemphill, Calvin Turner, incul. cash, draft picks) Todd Shell Byron Williams Houston Danny Knight Bobby Micho ('84 territorial pick) Allen Rice ('84 territorial pick) Jimmy Teal ('85 territorial pick) Mike Weddington (trade w/New Jersey for Kiki DeAyala, Ricky Sanders, and Hosea Taylor) Mike Whitwell Jacksonville Carl Aikens (part of Evans trade) Vince Evans (trade w/Chicago for '88 and '89 1st round open draft picks and Carl Aikens) Daryl Hemphill (trade w/Denver for Larry Mason, 2nd and 14th open round picks) Ken Jenkins ('85 Skins, check '82 Lions) Frank Middleton ('83 territorial pick by Tampa Bay, rights acquired in trade) Mike Pruitt Larry Swider Calvin Turner (part of Hemphill trade) LA Mark Bortz ('83 6th round open draft pick) Michael Harper ('84 territorial pick) John Hendy ('85 territorial pick) Bernard Quarles ('83 22nd round open draft pick) Kelly Thomas (‘83 territorial pick) Memphis Sam Bowers (trade w/New Jersey for '86 3rd round open pick (Gill Fenerty), '87 5th round open pick) Earnest Gray Eddie Hill Gary Hogeboom Michigan Ross Browner Bill Elko (rights acquired in trade w/Tampa Bay) Ron Springs Lawrence Ricks ('83 Territorial pick) New Jersey Kiki DeAyala Chas Fox ('85 6th round open draft pick) Russell Erxleben Kris Haines Beasley Reece Tommy Robison Jay Saldi Ricky Sanders Hosea Taylor (trade w/Houston for Mike Weddington, Danny Knight, rights to Rory Graves, and '87 territorial pick) Richard Todd Reggie Wilkes New Orleans Perry Brooks Hokie Gajan Gary Kowalski Todd Leibenstein Herkie Walls Oakland Cliff Benson ('85 1st round open draft pick) Greg Braclin Henry Ellard Neil Elshire Emilie Harry ('85 territorial pick) Jackie Flowers Mike Lush (trade w/Baltimore for 2nd and 3rd round open draft picks '87) Mike Moroski Vince Newsome Dwaine Wilson Oklahoma Theotis Brown Duane Galloway Louis Oubre Stump Mitchell Drew Pearson Willie Tullis Uwe Von Schumann Pittsburgh Less Browne Julius Dawkins Scott Fitzkee Guy Fraizer Tom Orosz Don Smith Leo Wisniewski Dirt Winston San Antonio Greg Bingham Bruce Davis ('85 territorial pick) Doug Dawson ('84 territorial pick) George Farmer Paul Johns Ronnie Paggett (trade w/Birmingham for 9th and 14th round '87 open picks) Tampa Bay Ray Alexander Warren Bryant Alphonso Carraker ("trade" w/Green Bay for Mike Butler) Putt Choate Speedy Neal Marcus Quinn (trade w/Oakland) Washington K.D. Dunn ('85 territorial pick) Kelvin Edwards* Bubba Green Homer Jordan ('83 territorial pick) Mark Kelso ('85 6th round open pick by Baltimore, rights trade as part of Bledsoe deal) William Perry ('85 territorial pick) R.C. Thielemann Tommy Vigorito Submitter Tombor Submitted 10/08/2021 Category Misc ROMs  
  15. Version 1.0.0

    223 downloads

    A continuation of my hypothetical USFL series. Narrative up soon. Features: -7 minute quarters -Stats after every quarter -Wedge Returns -Directional Punting -Graphic Tweaks, including funky end zones -Stat Tweaks -Sim Data Tweaks -Offensive Formation Tweaks -3 team, 3 Division Structure -12 teams make playoffs (as opposed to original 8 teams) -18 game, locked, custom schedule -All Pro: '86 All-NFL Vs. '86 All-USFL (I had to make modifications: Dennis Gentry, Bobby Joe Edmonds, and Tim McGee all made ALL-NFL as Special Teams Players; some other modifications based on ALL-AFC or ALL-NFC) Player allocation was based on a mix of the 1986 territorial and Open Drafts, narrative flourishes, and '85 NFL final cuts. In terms of NFL player cuts: I placed players based on their USFL draft status or regional proximity of their college or through research. '86 territorial rights/Open Draft Arizona Phil Freeman Greg Baty (rights trade w/Oakland) Paul Godbey* Max Zandejas Baltimore Rich Badanjack Todd Bowles Tim Cofield Stan Gelbaugh J.D. Maarveld John Taylor Birmingham Jesse Bendross (‘84 territorial pick) Carl Byrum Harold Hallman Willie Totten Chicago Cap Boso Keith Byars Jim Everett Bobby Howard Devon Mitchell* Denver Mike Busch Rick Donnelly Dwayne Jiles Glen Kozlowski Vai Sikahema Eric Yarber Houston Floyd Dixon Rory Graves (rights acquired in Weddington "liquidation" trade w/New Jersey) Brett Maxie* John Teltshick Reyna Thompson Jacksonville Eddie Anderson* Kent Austin (rights trade w/Birmingham, future considerations) Ray Criswell Alonzo Johnson (rights trade w/Tampa Bay for Alonzo Mitz) Pat Swilling ('86 or '87 Saints) LA Joe Cormier John Lee Erik Howard (completes '85 trade w/Oakland for rights to Damon Allen) Robert Jenkins* Allen Pitts James Pruitt Memphis Tony Baker Brian Blankenship ('86 open draft pick) Ravin Caldwell Don Griffin* Enis Jackson* Tim Harris Michigan Brad Cochran John Offerdahl Butch Rolle John Wojciechowski New Jersey Gill Fenerty (3rd round open draft selection, pick acquired in Sam Bowers trade) Tim Green Mark Jackson (2nd round open draft pick) John Tagliaferri New Orleans Willie Gillus (15th round open draft pick) Dalton Hilliard Tank Landry Ronald Scott* Jackie Walker Oakland Joe Kelly Rueben Mayes Junior Tautalatasi Oklahoma Tony Casillas Charles Crawford Rusty Hilger Kevin Murphy Willie Pless Pittsburgh Chuck Banks Doug Marrone (4th round open draft pick) Mike Zordich* San Antonio Domingo Bryant Matt Darwin Seth Joyner Larry Linne* Walter Murray (2nd round Open Draft) Anthony Toney Tampa Bay Jamie Dukes* Joe Dudek Hassan Jones Alonzo Mitz (Jacksonville territorial pick, signed after cut) Orson Mobely Ricky Moore (rights acquired in trade w/Birmingham) Jesse Solomon Washington Dino Hackett Mike Haight (1st round Open Draft) Napoleon McCallum (rights acquired in trade w/Baltimore for Curtis Bledsoe) Henry Walls* *Will appear in future USFL Hack Transactions Arizona Andre Francis (‘83 territorial pick) Al Harris ('84 Bears) Jim Kovach ('83 or '84 Saints) Odis McKinney (‘81 Raiders) Art Still ('86 Chiefs) Eric Truvillion ('87 Lions) Baltimore Curtis Bledsoe (trade w/Washington for rights to Mark Kelso and Napoleon McCallum) James Burroughs Clarence Collins Dave Dreschler ('83 territorial pick) Major Everett Cornell Gowdy Birmingham Robert Brazile Jeremiah Castille ('83 territorial pick) Bob Harris (‘83 territorial pick) Mike Landrum ('84 Falcons) Malcolm Scott ('83 Giants or '87 Saints) Chicago Tron Armstrong ('84 3rd round open draft selection) Todd Bell Tom Cousineau Ted Petersen Gerald Small Bob Thomas Denver Hasson Arbubakrr Wendell Cason ('85 22nd round open draft pick via Jacksonville, acquired in Hemphill/Turner trade) Chris Kołodziejski (‘84 territorial pick) Larry Mason (trade w/Jacksonville for Daryl Hemphill, Calvin Turner, incul. cash, draft picks) Todd Shell Byron Williams Houston Danny Knight Bobby Micho ('84 territorial pick) Allen Rice ('84 territorial pick) Jimmy Teal ('85 territorial pick) Mike Weddington (trade w/New Jersey for Kiki DeAyala, Ricky Sanders, and Hosea Taylor) Mike Whitwell Jacksonville Carl Aikens (part of Evans trade) Vince Evans (trade w/Chicago for '88 and '89 1st round open draft picks and Carl Aikens) Daryl Hemphill (trade w/Denver for Larry Mason, 2nd and 14th open round picks) Ken Jenkins ('85 Skins, check '82 Lions) Frank Middleton ('83 territorial pick by Tampa Bay, rights acquired in trade) Mike Pruitt Larry Swider Calvin Turner (part of Hemphill trade) LA Mark Bortz ('83 6th round open draft pick) Michael Harper ('84 territorial pick) John Hendy ('85 territorial pick) Bernard Quarles ('83 22nd round open draft pick) Kelly Thomas (‘83 territorial pick) Memphis Sam Bowers (trade w/New Jersey for '86 3rd round open pick (Gill Fenerty), '87 5th round open pick) Earnest Gray Eddie Hill Gary Hogeboom Michigan Ross Browner Bill Elko (rights acquired in trade w/Tampa Bay) Ron Springs Lawrence Ricks ('83 Territorial pick) New Jersey Kiki DeAyala Chas Fox ('85 6th round open draft pick) Russell Erxleben Kris Haines Beasley Reece Tommy Robison Jay Saldi Ricky Sanders Hosea Taylor (trade w/Houston for Mike Weddington, Danny Knight, rights to Rory Graves, and '87 territorial pick) Richard Todd Reggie Wilkes New Orleans Perry Brooks Hokie Gajan Gary Kowalski Todd Leibenstein Herkie Walls Oakland Cliff Benson ('85 1st round open draft pick) Greg Braclin Henry Ellard Neil Elshire Emilie Harry ('85 territorial pick) Jackie Flowers Mike Lush (trade w/Baltimore for 2nd and 3rd round open draft picks '87) Mike Moroski Vince Newsome Dwaine Wilson Oklahoma Theotis Brown Duane Galloway Louis Oubre Stump Mitchell Drew Pearson Willie Tullis Uwe Von Schumann Pittsburgh Less Browne Julius Dawkins Scott Fitzkee Guy Fraizer Tom Orosz Don Smith Leo Wisniewski Dirt Winston San Antonio Greg Bingham Bruce Davis ('85 territorial pick) Doug Dawson ('84 territorial pick) George Farmer Paul Johns Ronnie Paggett (trade w/Birmingham for 9th and 14th round '87 open picks) Tampa Bay Ray Alexander Warren Bryant Alphonso Carraker ("trade" w/Green Bay for Mike Butler) Putt Choate Speedy Neal Marcus Quinn (trade w/Oakland) Washington K.D. Dunn ('85 territorial pick) Kelvin Edwards* Bubba Green Homer Jordan ('83 territorial pick) Mark Kelso ('85 6th round open pick by Baltimore, rights trade as part of Bledsoe deal) William Perry ('85 territorial pick) R.C. Thielemann Tommy Vigorito
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