The thing is there's a great deal of folks like me, who don't have any urge to buy/play an NFL game. Never was a fan of NFL Street. I play Mut 20 coins exclusively for Franchise mode. I adore the group building/player development, playing realistic games and seeking to split NFL recordings with current players and draft picks, taking my group to numerous playoff appearances and Superbowls, attempting to win awards, etc.. I do not care to play people on line, MUT, Superstar KO, or another mode. I like getting to"play" GM and doing everything that comes with this and getting to actually play Madden with all the team I constructed every season.
My main hope is that enough people like the arcade design stuff then the NFL either makes the decision to allow 2 firms to generate a Simulation style game and that the detail and depth that 2k has inside their"franchise" (I think it's called something else in 2k but can not recall as I have not played in a few weeks lol) in NBA is brought to the NFL world...OR who EA sees and hears many people would like a more detailed, in depth, immersive franchise style very similar to 2k and that they incorporate it into Madden going forward. It's probably wishful thinking, but we will see.One that would send McAfee ballistic!
That is madden. He stepped online when touching the ballso it should be a touchback. If you carry the ball to the endzone, also a touchback. Madden never gets this right, it is like trying to comprehend where the rear of the endzone is. I've had Madden automatically overturn receptions captured 3-4 yards in the backline as out of bounds, then only the other day that my player caught the ball supporting the endzone IN THE GOALPOST and it counted as a TD with no challenge.
A punt is down the moment its touched by the kicking team...so carrying it into the endzone does not mean anything. If the kicking team could carry it they'd always just pick it up and deliver it to the one instead of waiting for it to prevent rolling on plays where the returner backs off.A player on the kicking team downing a punt crosses the goal line is thought to be a touchback. If the player touches the ball while inside the endzone it is a touchback. Watch players not attempting to run in the endzone with the soccer in real life, downing a punt.
That different though. From the madden clip that the ball isn't moving along with the player is currently running, downs it, and decelerates through the endzone. That the ball is still moving along with the player dives to it keeping the ball. That's why that participant is angry, since he feels like it ought to have been downed if he touched it in the goal line so in order to keep it he needed to bat it back, but the ball was moving.
When the ball stops that is where its down, it's the same difference as the kicking team circling and waiting for the ball to stop rolling diving from beyond the endzone to inside in order to bat out the ball. If the ball is still in movement than there is no way of knowing where cheap Madden nfl 20 coins might land therefore that it's a live ball until it regards some stop.This is a well known rule my man and the player even understood it. They interviewed him he believed the other team had touched the ball. That would have left the chunk live, and he scored a touchdown. Pat, who's one of the NFL punters went over this play.