NFL Quarterback Club 2002
Use the same QB to throw five touchdowns in one game.
Throw fifteen passes to the same receiver in a single
Throw 50 touchdowns in a season.
Break any record in the QB Challenge.
Have at least 20 pass attempts and a 105 QB rating
in one game.
Rush for 2000 total yards in a season.
Have 500 passing yards in one game.
Throw over 5,100 yards in a season.
Win the QB Challenge against seven CPU opponents.
Throw 450 passing attempts in a single season.
Hint: Easy kickoff recoveries:
There are eight corners on the base of the Analog-stick.
When you select what type of kickoff you are doing, choose the
middle. When you get to the part where you aim your kick, press
the Analog-stick Down/Left. Press A and try to get
the kick to be as weak and accurate as possible. When the kicker
kicks the ball, switch to the player to the left of the kicker.
Run at the ball, and almost always, he or another player on your
team will recover the it.
Hint: Easy sacks:
Select "FG Block" as your play. When your
players line up, choose the linemen that is second from the left.
Move him between the second to last and the third to last linebacker
on the right side. When the opposing team snaps the ball, do a
Bull Rush (A), and either you or another player will get
through the offensive line and be able to get a sack; or if the
opposing team does a handoff, a loss of yardage.
On defense, select "Goal line". Select the safety that
is far right and move him to the line in between the middle linemen.
When the ball is snapped, you will always be able to get past
the line. Note: When doing this, watch for the pass because it
will leave the "Y" receiver open.
Hint: Ignore injuries:
When a player gets injured while on offense, start
doing the hurry-up offense and the player will continue to play.
They seem to forget about the injury.
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