Touchdown Blitz is a history of the American NFL since the mid-1960s presented as a gaming system that allows the user to replay any of those seasons, resulting in hypothetical outcomes that reflect the style of play for every team. This book details the processes that show how the structure of the algorithm works, though the bulk of the content is devoted to tables that rate each team for each year. This is a working system that has been developed specifically for digital conversion. Historical teams generally play according to their actual on-field performances, while the user offers input into various tactical decisions. This handbook contains fifty different seasons, giving programmers enough information to build the entire history of the NFL since the beginning of the advent of the Super Bowl. 607 pages.
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