I bet its gonna be the 84ovrs from the promo
Seems like a pretty good guess.
I think they wanted prices to be higher. This is honestly more consistent with most MUTs imo. Last year everything was cheep and very easy to get. Pack odds are way down and fewer power up options.
I’m guessing that getting him is the move with my trophies. Thoughts?
also, I’m assuming that the series one upgrade will still only cost 1000 series one tokens once series two starts. Correct? I know they will lose value but I think that’s only for 2nd series content.
I bet you wish you had a flux capacitor right about now... so you could rearrange your sock drawer instead of witnessing that horrible game. Lol.
Seriously though, I always thought it would be fun to see a game there.
Oh Ok I'm skipping this promo I never bothered to even look at solo Rewards lol
Same happened to me but I noticed it earlier today. It doesn't take long at all to get the token, totally worth it.
Mut Head feels like posting is down compared to years past in early season also
Agree, I feel like activity here has slowly been going down for months. As far as the game, I think it will pick up, if it gets bad enough EA will add a bunch of crazy rewards and players so people come back. Just a guess.
There were mistakes and miscues all over, that's true. But none as back breaking as that stupid throw which was picked off. You simply can't that. It was 1st down. There were minutes to play. That kind of throw is done on the last play of the game when you are desperate.
There was no play there. You run a bit yourself or try a different pass. If there's nothing, throw the ball away. You have 3 more plays left, including 4th down.
Only a chicken head would do that on those circumstances. I just found out this is the same guy who took a knee, instead of spiking the ball, with 5 seconds left, thus negating the chance of a gimme kick just before half time. Those kind of mental mistakes only happen if you can't keep your head straight under trying situations.
Sad to think that we are looking at two full seasons of this crap.
Damn, there were some red flags, e.g. why did an "above average" QB reach free agency at this age? At the time there was talk that this never happens and the Vikings should seize the opportunity...
The fact that a team was willing to get rid of their starting QB should have been a little hint that maybe we shouldn't give him $84 million and superglue him to our franchise. Maybe he'll get mono like Darnold and we can give someone else a crack at it.