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To play a preseason game, begin by choosing "Preseason game" then choose two teams from among the 28 NFL teams listed.

* Data from preseason games is not saved.

If you choose "Preseason" from the ♦ Team Control Window main menu, the Team Control Window will appear.

* Use this window to determine the mode for your game (see the Team Control page for more details - Page 15).

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•it Once you have selected ♦ Team Select Screen your game mode, the Team Select screen will appear.

* Choose your team and your opponent's team.

■ir Once you have chosen the two teams, the game will begin.

* You can change a team's starting roster before the game begins (see the Team Data page for more details

Each team plays one regular season game every week during the 17 week season. The teams with the best season records then compete in the playoffs to decide the two Super Bowl contestants. These two teams then play in the Super Bowl to decide which is the world champion. Records for each team and player are kept in the cartridge's memory throughout the entire season.

* Choose "Season" from ♦ Options Window the main menu and the options window will appear. While this screen is on you can confirm the game data and change the game settings. Then choose "Game Start" to begin the game (See the Regular Season Game Data section for more details - page 16).

The Pro Bowl game is an all-star match-up between the best players in the AFC and NFC. The starting line-ups of the two all-star teams can be changed by using the Team Data mode (see page 8~15).

Choose "Pro Bowl" from the main menu and the Team Control Window will appear. After setting the game mode, choose either the AFC or NFC and the game will begin, (see page 15)

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When you want to look up team's or players data, or when you want to change the starting line-up choose the team from the list and then press the <® button. Data for the team that you have chosen will then appear on the screen. (Refer to page 14 for information concerning the All- Star Team Data Screen.)

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(D Select "Players Data" to look at data for an individual player.

Use the + Control Pad to select "Players Data" and press the ® button and the "t>" mark will be displayed in the roster column. Use the + Control Pad to select the player whose condition and data you want to see. The + Control Pad can be used to move right or left in the roster column. Press the ® button to review Players Data.

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A player's condition is described in five levels.

Excellent : top condition

Good : good condition

Average : average condition.

Injured : sidelined with an injury.

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pass attempts.

passing yards gained pass completions.

average yards gained per pass.

pass touchdowns.

pass completion percentage.

interceptions.

rating points

RECEIVING

number of pass receptions, yards gained on pass receptions, average yards gained per reception pass reception touchdowns.

Interceptions

number of interceptions, yards gamed on interception returns average yards gained per interception.

: interceptions returned for touchdowns.

Rushing

number of runs, rushing yards gained, average yards gamed per run. rushing touchdowns.

Punt Returns

YDS.

AVG.

number of punt returns, yards gained on punt returns, average yards gamed per punt return.

punt return touchdowns.

Kick Returns

YDS.

AVG.

number of kick-off returns, yards gained on kick-off returns, average yards gained per kick-off return.

kick-off return touchdowns.

QB Sacks

SACKS : number of quarterback sacks.

©Ability

This area displays the abilities of the various players. The items change depending on the player's field position.

oAbillty indicators for all players.

Running Speed a player's rushing speed.

Rushing Power : a player's rushing strength.

Maximum Speed: a player's maximum speed.

Hitting Power : a player's strength when blocking or hitting his opponent.

□Abilities of running backs, wide receivers and tight ends.

Ball control : Ability to Avoid Fumbles.

Receptions : Ability to Catch Passes.

o Ability indicators for punters and kickers.

Kicking Ability.

Avoid Kick Block

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Passing Speed. Pass Control. Accuracy o1 Passing. Avoid Pass Block oAbility indicators for defensive players.

Pass Interceptions. Quickness.

® Offensive Starters

• Use the + Control Pad to select "OF Starters" and press the ® button to check and make changes to the offensive starting line-up.

Use the + Control Pad and ® button to move the players from the "Starter" column and vice versa. See the section on line-up changes for more details (page 26).

Move the ">" mark to the "starter" position, press the ® button and the reset window will appear. Choose "Yes" to return to the original starting line-up. * You can check a player's data by choosing the player's name and then pressing the start button, (see page 8)

<§> Defensive Starters

• Use the + Control Pad to select "DF Starters" and press the ® button to check the defensive starting line-up.

* The defensive starting line-up cannot be changed.

Use the + Control Pad to select "Play Book" and press the ® button to check and make substitutions for the eight plays that a team can use during a game. Each team can choose its plays from among eight play patterns which include four running plays and four pass plays. With this command the offensive team can choose any play that it wants to use from among the eight play selections.

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"Data Reset" to return to the original play patterns.

Changes can be made to the play pattern that is flashing. Use the + Control Pad to choose the play pattern that you do not want to use and then press the ® button.

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Substitute play patterns will appear in the pass play area when switching from a running play, and in the running play area when switching from a pass play. Move the + Control Pad to the right or left to choose the play pattern that you want to use.

The substitute play patterns will move to the right and left. Bring the play pattern that you want to use to the center of the screen.

•When you choose an All-star team from the Team List screen and then press the ® button. All-star team data screen will appear.

♦ All-star Team Data screen

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