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maybe the old lt equals sena but he has fallen quite a bit so not anymore. sena is definatly chris johnson, both backs whose main focus is absolutely anazing speed.
Yamato is imo more AP than CJ. I think Peterson breaks tackles better.
Gaou reminds me Jared Allen, even though he's not a Defensive End.
Also Takami sometimes reminds me Manning, with his lob passes.
Sena is a player who doesn't exist. Maybe his agility is like Harvin's, or Cribbs, but a HB like him doesn't exist.
have you ever seen chris johnson run?
I've seen Peterson too.
Johnson is actually a powerback. That's why I said Sena+Yamato=CJ. He's just a monster, though he's not as good as AD breaking tackles. Now that you say Takami and Manning, I can see it :P
The only difference between Manning and Takami is that Manning know how to play as a QB, probably.
Thinking about someone else, I see Tetsuma and Dallas Clark.
And excuse me if I'm quite ignorant since I'm not American and I follow the NFL the best I can from Italy, but what is a powerback?
a runningback who pushes through with power, is hard to tackle, and good for short yardage situations
When I play short yardage situation in Madden and I don't have a good passing team (which what is happening now, since I'm playing Vikes without Favre (I don't know where to download him and Vick), I use the FB to get the 1st down.
Am I wrong? Should I hand off to the HB (Taylor, I've AP out the season injured)?
And since I'm going off topic, let's say I was thinking who can be Hiruma, but I don't see any QB who reminds him to me. Any guess?
Well, what Madden are you playing? You can go online and download a roster update.
As for the FB, hell with it. When you got AD, just let him run it.
There are two main types of RBs, Elusive and Power. Sena/LT is elusive. He uses straight agility and speed. Yamato/AD is power. They pound you for every yard. Johnson is both. He's got top-notch speed, 4.24, and pounds you for every yard he can get. He's gonna lead the new decade of RBs in 201x.
Now that I'm back to playing RB, I was playing CB last year, I can tell you I'm an elusive back. I'm not that fast, running only 4.7x, but I am quite agile if I do say so myself. Powerback is definitely the harder of the two, not comparing speed, as you gotta be sturdy as hell.