Originally posted by Marzetony
Sorry more confused.
If seeking to create Tony Dorsett/Barry Sanders type HB,I focus on 1 attribute at a time till reaches 1st soft cap using trading and skill points ? I'm seeking to create the best player possible when I start with multiple positions.
Is it possible to create a Dan Marino/Fran Tarkenton hybred QB ?highly accurate scrambler.
Difference between level 26 cpu player and 26 human player ?
Will be playing GLB completely from smartphone.What simple script if any would be viable on a LG K20 v smartphone ? Sorry no computer.
Why day 40-48 best to create a new dot ?
Ok so for starters...
This game is about 10 years old, which means it was in development way before the cell phone smart device revolution. It's web browser based, so the few scripts that do exist are basically tweaks to the web browser, and not the game itself.
As for day 40-48 (today BTW) that is because "boosting" is allowed once per season. Day 40 is the last day of the playoffs, and then up to Day 48 is considered the "off season". After day 48, the new season will start (pre-season) and the chance to boost in this season will be gone.
Create your player today. Train up, and then boost to level 4.
As for the type of HB... There's basically 3 types. #1 the Elusive back, who's goal it is to not get touched. He gets bonuses to head fakes and Jukes. #2 The Power back who's goal it is to break tackles (Larry Csonka, Jim Brown, Earl Campbell, etc).
#3 The Scat back who catches passes out of the backfield (Marshall Faulk, Darren Sproles). After that, there's builds that are hybrids of the 3 basic types.
Your best bet, as stated above, is to shoot for an Elusive back.
There's a reason why Barry Sanders is a legend of the game though. You won't be able to duplicate what Barry did.
Passing is its own can of worms. In the game it's not really possible to have a good QB that can also scramble. The mechanics in the game, the way it's coded, don't allow a QB to start to run around, and then pass the ball before crossing the line of scrimmage. It's hard coded to be impossible. The QB is either dropping back to pass, or he's running. You have to think Tim Tebow, or 40 year old Dan Marino. There is no in between.
Don't worry about computer players. It hurts to think about and it's complicated. Sometimes they are awesome, others terrible. Sometimes they get buffs, sometimes they get nerfs. It's a convoluted system that was changed quite a few times. Just don't worry about what CPU players are doing. No one can change it.