whats happens if real life nfl trades are put into the game.
as in what if the rams redskins trade is put in the game so that the rams have the redskins draft picks. will we leave it as is then.
and what will we do if there is an on/off switch that u can either turn off the real life nfl trades or leave them on what would we do then?
only asking becuz i remember reading that the EA sports planned on honoring real life trades i nthe game such as that trade not sure if it was true or not but just trying to figure out what we would do in that case. i dont remember where i read it or i post the the link
also read that if our league isnt full that the computer teams will offer trades to other computer teams and even us. this game is going to be insane how great its going to be
If they're built into the game, and there's no option to turn them off, then I guess we just have to deal with it. If there is an option to not honor them though, I'd prefer that. Reason being, the teams are the teams, and people choose their team knowing what players they have.
It's not exactly fair to handicap one owner in the ability to build his team because in real life, the GM didn't care about mortgaging the next several drafts. And conversely, it's not really fair for somebody to just have more draft picks through no doing of their own. To me, it makes more sense to just start everybody out with a clean slate and say "build your team".
Oh, and if the league isn't full, yeah...we'll just let the CPU handle itself this year. I'd most likely want to bump the difficulty up to All-Madden, just to make the CPU games a little more relevant, but yeah...with them functioning in a very "human" like manner (assuming EA doesn't have them doing incredibly stupid things), hopefully it won't be as much of a bother if we have any empty teams.
And in case anyone is wondering, yes...the salary cap will be on, and it will be how teams are kept in check in terms of trades, free agent signings, etc.