NFL Head Coach
Enter Red Nose as a coach name.
John Madden body:
Enter John Madden as a coach name.
Santa Claus body:
Enter Merry Christmas as a coach name.
Super Bowl always played wherever you coach:
Enter Hometown Hero as a coach name.
Trades never rejected by other team:
Enter Robert Vapor as a coach name.
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Hint: Recommended players:
In the draft in the first year there is a player named
Chris Craig. He will probably be an overall of 79 and the other
teams will not draft him until the fifth or sixth round.
When starting a new season, try to interview for the Texans so
that in the first year's draft you can choose Reggie Bush.
When choosing a franchise, interview with the Atlanta Falcons.
When you get the job, trade Michael Vick and your first and second
round draft picks to the New Orleans Saints for their first round
pick. Select Vince Young with the second pick. During your first
year, Vince will not be as good (probably as a 79 rating). However,
work with him in the offseason. In the second year he will be
spectacular, and at the end of the season he will be near or at
a 99 rating overall. He will lead you to the playoffs. He will
become a star and help you through many seasons, which will improve
your coaching status.
There are two sleepers to watch out for in the 2006 NFL Draft.
Troy McCoy is a very intelligent MLB. Few teams took the time
to watch McCoy during his pro day workouts, and they really missed
out. Along with his intelligence he possess decent speed and strength.
He has above average tackling and is great in zone coverage. McCoy's
downside is that he is injury prone. This sleeper will be around
late in the fourth round, but do not expect him to be available
after that. The left end, Chris Craig, is big at 287 pounds with
exceptional speed at that size. He shows good awareness, which
will only improve with experience. He has the strength to get
by the offensive line, and is an outstanding tackler. A lot of
teams do not have Craig rated high on their boards, so he will
be around in the third round, even though he should go in the
The best sleeper in the 2006 NFL Draft is Claude Wroten, the DT.
He will start off as a 68 overall but at the beginning of the
season will be at least a 77 overall, and when he is really doing
a good job he can go to a 90 overall. Chris Craig and Troy McCoy
are also two great sleepers. In the 2006 Draft Troy McCoy will
do better off for you than D'Qwell Jackson ever would. If your
team needs a MLB then wait till the fifth or sixth round to get
Troy McCoy. Chris Craig will go as far as the sixth round and
no later. Claude Wroten goes into the fifth round but try to get
him in the fourth round.
Hint: Better player performance:
To allow your WR and QBs to have high numbers on game
day, run either the 1 vs. 1 WR/DB Con or Pass Skeleton Con drill
as your last practice before game day. This will allow your WRs
and QBs number to almost be their best for a game, and allows
no time for them to drop before a game.
Glitch: Double sacks in stats:
The owner will give you a goal to be in the top eight
for fewest sacks. However, during the season every time you give
up a sack it counts double. For example, getting sacked twice
in one game counts as four.
Copyright © 2006 Al
Amaloo. All rights reserved.