I'll only say this once...IF YOU WANT A GOOD IMPROVED FOOTBALL GAME, BUY MADDEN 15 FOR THE ONE OR PS4....the 360 and ps3 is literally 25 again...it's awful compared to the ones version.
I respectfully disagree. I think 15 on xbox one madden is a 6 at best, and that's because it's 1:45a and last call and I have no one else to go home with. I mean the graphics are neat and all but the gameplay is poo.
You can't get pressure with just your front four, people in coverage magically teleport to swat the ball when your WR is wide open (think the melee knife lunge in call of duty), your DB rarely intercepts the ball even if it's drastically under thrown and you are right on it, you get a pick or swat on 95% of deep balls, even if it is Captain Munnerlyn on Kelvin Benjamin, your superstar linebackers (Kuechly and Davis) get held up at the line even though the guy stopping them is already fully engaged with Star or KK, and the running game is kind of poo.
On the plus side, the ability to press LB on the playcall screen to change between milk the clock and hurry up no huddle is a nice decision, the develop players in between games on franchise is a nice addition, the right joystick flick away from defenders to dodge them with the QB is nice, and the new in game interface that shows stats is a lot more comprehensive. I also like that they use $133MM for the cap and have realistic cap figures, not like years past where Greg Hardy would be tagged at $6MM and Cam signs a $45MM contract. Cam just resigned for me at $125MM, and Hardy at an average of $14MM/year for 5 years. KB looks beastly though.
But it feels like a fresh coat of paint on the same old poo. I don't hate it and because it's the NFL I'll play it and maybe learn to like it more, but right now I feel like they just can't get this game right.
The NFL has a 24-Hour line to call a cab for free. With this new punishment in place, they need a 24-Hour legalized prostitution line to call that is free. So they can just screw em and tell them to leave.
Emotional involvement, love, and commitment is awfully risky with millions of dollars and a career on the line.
First...the verdict would not be until after the rules change.
Second....we are not really talking about the law here. The punishment by the league does not have to follow the law.
Yeah but the NFLPA lawyers would/should appeal that in court because the arbitration rules that they agreed to follow under the CBA just changed on the spot.
IMO, if I get a speeding ticket and the fine is $300 and then in between my violation date an my court date it goes up to a year in jail instead, I would argue that I would have been a lot less likely to commit the violation under those stricter penalties.
Again I understand it isn't a court of law, but lawyers would get it into an actual court of law quickly I would think.
Sunday Ticket at home in Cali. Used to go to the sports bar but the wife got sick of having to come pick me up at 1:00 in the afternoon on a Sunday because I was piss drunk. Now I get piss drunk at home and she makes me breakfast burritos and Bloody Mary's.
I would've said the same thing I told him over email. I respect his work as a writer and reporter as well I enjoy reading his articles. I was upset when it happened, I'm not going to be rude and hold onto trivial poo.
Well that wouldn't have been very exciting. I wanted to listen to a Pissed Off Jakob Vs. Drunk Jonathan Jones steel cage podcast mashup. Weak.