HeavyHitter55

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HeavyHitter55 last won the day on January 20

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About HeavyHitter55

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  • Birthday 07/18/1986

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    Structural Engineer, Philadelphia Eagles Fan
  • Location
    Upstate NY
  • Interests
    Football, Engineering
  • Occupation
    Engineer

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  • Name
    HH55
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Eagles Football, Engineering

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    HeavyHitter55

My Gaming Info

  • Currently Playing SP
    All-Pro Football 2K8
  1. @SitnHereFlossin, Th, Fr 9pm ET LMK
  2. @dazzo0007, When do you want to reschedule? My availability: Sa (tonight) 830-10pm ET Su-W 830-930pm ET LMK
  3. Chicago needs new mechanics... The Bears bus broke down and cant get out of the parking lot...
  4. CHI @ PHI KO at 830pm ET twitch.tv/heavyhitter55
  5. See you then
  6. @dazzo0007, I won't be available until next week: M-Th 830-930 pm ET LMK
  7. Philadelphia opens the season against a tough Kansas City Chiefs team who was determined not to go without a fight. Although the Chiefs defense had Wentz rattled by picking him off twice, he showed his resilience and put the team on his back for the game winning TD drive as he stormed into the endzone for the game winning TD. Eagles win 20-16. POG: PHI defense who kept them in the game although the offense seemed to be working against them. Only allowing 179 yards and 1 TD. Stats (PHI-KC): TY: 259-179 PY: 234-134 RY: 25-45 QBR: 59.0-57.8 TO: 0-2 GG @johgreen05!
  8. Week 1: Chiefs at Eagles 9:30 ET KO https://www.twitch.tv/heavyhitter55
  9. @johgreen05, You're using an outdated spreadsheet. Please use the one linked below and repost. Also when posting rosters, please include the full list of abilities that is listed to the right. See how others have posted to see what I'm talking about.
  10. Hes at 161 points out of 162. Hes fine since this is his first season. Looks like hes using an outdated spreadsheet when we were using more points.
  11. With the release of Javo's new version of his editor, I've taken a side project of creating a full 32-team, 42-players per team roster for offline use only. The roster with Javo's editor, can be used for a multi-year franchise mode also. I've cross-referenced data with combine/pro day results since 2000, and PFF grades since 2015 to edit player ratings, and assign tiers to each player. So far, I've gone through and processed data for over 3,000 players. Unfortunately, that was the easy part. Now I need to assign abilities (up to 6 per player) for every player on every team. I've also added some abilities that do not exist in the game, but will have an impact. This is the point of my post. I need help assigning abilities accurately. I can assign them accurately (and IMO objectively) for the Eagles, but I'm not as familiar as I should be with the rest of the league. I'd greatly appreciate any and all assistance from the CAG community in completing this task. While not all players need 6 abilities, I'm not looking for only the top 10 starters to have abilities either. I think an average of 3 abilities per player is a good number to aim for overall. If you think you can help with this (both accurately, and objectively), then please reply (or PM me) with your email address and which team(s) you're interested in undertaking so I can forward you a blank spreadsheet for the team(s) you're interested in completing. It's as simple as completing a spreadsheet for a normal team roster build for a regular season here in CAG. Something to note - I'm not considering any abilities 'restricted' or banned. The point is an accurate depiction of the player's real-life ability. The rest is handled by tweaking tier-base abilities and in-game sliders. Example: Ezekiel Elliott should have both Work Horse & Branching Tackles (IMO) - he's one of the top backs in the league. His tier is representative of that, and his abilities are a reflection of what he's capable of. So far, here's the teams that are spoken for: BAL Ravens CHI Bears PHI Eagles WAS Redskins Also, for the sake of keeping this post short and readable - I won't go in depth of how I determined the tiers other than saying it takes player's performance history (since 2016) into account and is based off of PFF grading. If someone looks majorly inaccurate (based on their production & statistics), bring it up and I'll look into it. Keep in mind, though, that this is statistics based, not potential based and accounts for stats since 2015. So Ryan Fitzpatrick is not going to be all that high just because of his stats this year - he's a mediocre QB and his stats since 2015 reflect that. In the NFL, statistical outliers happen all the time - even for full seasons. All players are graded against their peers at the same position. So if you think Christian McCaffery should be a gold or silver instead of a bronze - ask yourself if he should be in the same conversation as: Zeke Elliott, LeVeon Bell, Alvin Kamara, Todd Gurley based on his statistics as a runner (great statistical receiving backs do not necessarily equal great running backs). Just because he's one of the best players on his team, does not mean he's one of the best players at his position in the entire league (over 3,000 players).
  12. We should add a rule: When playing @dazzo0007, kick the ball out of bounds... Starting at the 40 ultimately gives better chances
  13. @johgreen05, W-Sa 9pm ET LMK
  14. I had at least 4 times where my guys could have picked the ball but only one actually did. I was jumping up and down when my corner made the pick in the final 2 min thinking it was 6, but your WR made the tackle. He had nothing but green in front of him... Same goes for my dropped pick from Mills on the right on the underneath out route. SMDH