ORIGINAL FAQ DATE: Wednesday, July 28th, 2004

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Author       : JPaterson
Platform     : Microsoft Xbox
Last Updated : September 29th, 2004
Version      : Final
E-Mail       : == See "[A] Contact Information" ==
Website      : http://www.jpatworld.com/
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UPDATE & REVISION HISTORY

Jul. 13th, 2005
- Removed contact information, due to a lack of interest not only in this
  game, but gaming in general.  Sorry, but support for this game, in all forms,
  has been stopped.  Please check other FAQs or websites for info on the game.

Sep. 29th, 2004
- Corrected some information in the "Player Create" section.

Sep. 7th, 2004
- Finally updated my copyright information.  Websites are now free to use this,
  and other guides of mine, without asking for permission beforehand, just as
  long as the content isn't changed and it's not passed off as your own work.

Sep. 6th, 2004
- Thanks to StingRay, I removed the glitch "Continue Playing after Clock
  Stops."  It's apparently an NFL rule that makes it so a game cannot end on a
  defensive penalty.

Sep. 3rd, 2004
- New stuff sent in by dmarteng.

Aug. 29th, 2004
- Updated the guide with some stuff sent in by dmarteng.

Aug. 25th, 2004 (Final)
- After two weeks of nothing, the guide is finally finished.  I'll still take
  any information you guys want to send in, but otherwise, it's complete.

Aug. 10th, 2004 (0.6)
- To make up for the lack of any updates the past six days, I've done about
  30KB worth today.  I've added a lot of information sent to me by various
  people as well, so thanks for those submissions!  Basically, except for the
  player list and the Crib trophies, the guide is done.  I'll get to the
  players in a day or so, since they aren't that important.  As always, I'll
  take any information, strategies, tips, etc. that you have.

  The following are NEW sections:

  -Questions & Answers

  The following has been added to various sections:

  -New strategy for earning Crib points
  -Added teams players are found on for player milestones
  -Added some glitches
  -Trophies NEXT to the trophy room (the two pedestals)
  -New controls for hot routes

Aug. 4th, 2004 (0.5)
  Stadium Music = new music submitted by a reader
  ESPN 25th Anniversary Mode = this section is complete; all challenges have
                               strategies
  The Crib = added new section to "Player Milestones"

Aug. 3rd, 2004 (0.4)
  ESPN 25th Anniversary = added strategies for six more challenges
  The Crib = added new section, Easy Crib Points Gain, from my Milestones FAQ

Aug 2nd, 2004 (0.3)
  First Person Football = finished this section
  The Crib = just a few corrections
  25th Anniversay Mode = a few corrections

  Sorry for the lack of updates, but I've been busy lately.  No, I haven't
  given up on the guide.  I'll be submitting small updates every day or so
  until I get a bunch of free time.

Jul. 29th, 2004 (0.2)
  The Crib = started the Trophy Room section; finished Item Locations,
             added seven new sections, which are stadiums, cheats, movies,
	     free agents, soundtracks, fantasy teams and celebrations
  Franchise = added new section, Weekly Preparation; finished "Setting Up
              Your Franchise"
  Controls = finished this section
  ESPN 25th = added strategies for the first four ESPN 25th Anniversary
              game situations; all game situations explained
  New Sections = Bugs, Glitches & Errors
  Teams = finished this section
  VIP = finished "Stat Book"

Jul. 28th, 2004 (0.1)
- Just started.  The following sections have been completed: Quick Game, The
  Crib (copied from my other FAQ, missing Trophy Room and Item Locations),
  Features->VIP, Your Stadium Music and Available Stadiums.  I'll be updating
  this guide on a daily basis, and if you have any info you'd like to
  contribute, e-mail me, and I'll make sure it's added.  Be sure to give me a
  username so I know who to credit.

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Table of Contents

[1] Introduction
[2] Controls
[3] Quick Game
[4] First Person Football
[5] ESPN 25th Anniversary
    [5.1] The Ice Bowl
    [5.2] The Heidi Bowl
    [5.3] Merry Christmas Miami
    [5.4] The Immaculate Reception
    [5.5] The Sea of Hands
    [5.6] The Final Comeback
    [5.7] The Aints' Biggest Choke
    [5.8] Longest Playoff Game Ever
    [5.9] The Catch
    [5.10] Greatest Redskin Comeback
    [5.11] The Drive
    [5.12] The 2-Second Miscalculation
    [5.13] Same Old Bucs
    [5.14] 49ers Do It Again
    [5.15] Wide Right
    [5.16] Houston's Hearts Ripped Out
    [5.17] The Two TD Comeback on KC
    [5.18] The Biggest Comeback Ever
    [5.19] The Heartbreaker
    [5.20] The Colts' Collapse
    [5.21] The Super Bowl Drive
    [5.22] A Yard Too Short
    [5.23] Vinatieri Strikes Again
    [5.24] The Botched Snap
    [5.25] Fourth and Twenty-Six
[6] Practice
    [6.1] Basic Training
    [6.2] Scrimmage
[7] Situation
[8] Tournament
[9] The Crib
    [9.1] Milestones
          [9.1.1] User Play
          [9.1.2] User Game
          [9.1.3] User Career
          [9.1.4] Primetime
          [9.1.5] Franchise
          [9.1.6] Player
          [9.1.7] Team
          [9.1.8] Menu
          [9.1.9] Fantasy Points
    [9.2] Unlocking the Catalog
    [9.3] Crib Items
          [9.3.1] Kickoff Catalog
          [9.3.2] Gridiron Catalog
          [9.3.3] NFL @ Home Catalog
          [9.3.4] Turf And Dome Catalog
          [9.3.5] Ultimate Fan Gear Catalog
          [9.3.6] Tail Gater Catalog
          [9.3.7] 4th and Goal Catalog
          [9.3.8] Top Fan Catalog
          [9.3.9] Modern Crib Catalog
          [9.3.10] The Endzone
          [9.3.11] Movies
          [9.3.12] Free Agents
          [9.3.13] Stadiums
          [9.3.14] Soundtracks
          [9.3.15] Cheat Codes
          [9.3.16] Fantasy Teams
          [9.3.17] Celebrations
    [9.4] Item Locations
          [9.4.1] Walls and Floors
          [9.4.2] The Lobby
          [9.4.3] The Game Room
          [9.4.4] The Lounge
          [9.4.5] The Bar
          [9.4.6] The Boom Boom Room
    [9.5] Easy Crib Points Gain
    [9.6] Trophy Room
          [9.6.1] Player Trophies
          [9.6.2] Team and User Trophies 1
          [9.6.3] Primetime Trophies
          [9.6.4] Team and User Trophies 2
          [9.6.5] Franchise Trophies
    [9.7] Trophies Next to Trophy Room
    [9.8] Bobbleheads
    [9.9] Celebrity Games
          [9.9.1] Carmen Electra
          [9.9.2] David Arquette
          [9.9.3] Funkmaster Flex
          [9.9.4] Jamie Kennedy
          [9.9.5] Steve-O
[10] Features
    [10.1] VIP
           [10.1.1] Stat Book
    [10.2] Roster Manager
    [10.3] Historic Teams
    [10.4] Team Create
    [10.5] Player Create
    [10.6] Celebrations
    [10.7] Stadium Music
[11] Extras
[12] Your Franchise
     [12.1] Setting Up Your Franchise
     [12.2] Choosing Your Team
     [12.3] Schedule
     [12.4] Front Office
            [12.4.1] Franchise Status
            [12.4.2] Contracts
            [12.4.3] Cap Management
            [12.4.4] Team Needs
            [12.4.5] Trades
            [12.4.6] Trading Block
     [12.5] Gameplan
            [12.5.1] Depth Chart
            [12.5.2] Playbook Manager
            [12.5.3] Coach's Card
            [12.5.4] Coach Gameplan
     [12.6] ESPN.com
            [12.6.1] E-Mail Inbox
            [12.6.2] Team Standings
            [12.6.3] Transactions
            [12.6.4] Statistics
            [12.6.5] Player Awards
            [12.6.6] Injury Report
            [12.6.7] Power Rankings
     [12.7] Weekly Preparation
            [12.7.1] Monday
            [12.7.2] Tuesday to Saturday
[13] Teams
[14] Your Stadium Music
[15] Available Stadiums
     [15.1] NFL Stadiums
     [15.2] Created Team Stadiums
     [15.3] Unlockable Stadiums
     [15.4] Celebrity Stadiums
[16] Bugs, Glitches & Errors
[17] Questions & Answers

[A] Contact Information
[B] Webmaster Information
[C] Where This FAQ May be Found
[D] Other FAQs Written
[E] ESPN NFL 2K5 Copyright Information

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| [1] Introduction                                                            |
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Welcome to my ESPN NFL 2K5 strategy guide/FAQ.  I aim to make this guide a
complete guide to the game, covering everything from game options to team stats
to starting rosters to Crib items.  Everything a football gamer wants, probably
more then they'll need.

This guide was written mainly for the Xbox version of ESPN NFL 2K5, so all
button commands and configurations are representative of the Xbox controller
and game.  While this guide will still help those of you playing on the
PlayStation 2, just note that the commands and buttons will differ for you.

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Just a quick note: Whenever I say "RIGHT ANALOG CLICK", it's not a typo; it
means you click the right analog stick in as you would any other button.

Menu Controls
*************

LEFT ANALOG/D-PAD          Up/Down - choose options
                           Left/right - increase/decrease sliders

A                          Advance to next screen/decrease sliders

Y                          Increase sliders

B                          Go back to last screen

START                      Advance to next screen

BACK                       Go back to last screen

BLACK                      Cycle forward through options

WHITE                      Cycle backwards through options

RIGHT TRIGGER              Cycle forward through options

LEFT TRIGGER               Cycle backwards through options

RIGHT ANALOG UP/DOWN       Select VIP profile

RIGHT ANALOG CLICK         Enable Maximum Passing/view player card

                                  ==--==--==
In Huddle
*********

LEFT ANALOG/D-PAD          Up/Down - scroll through formations
                           Left/Right - Alter alignment of receivers

A                          Choose formation

B                          On offense: Sub receivers
                           On defense: Swap D-line

X                          On offense: Sub running backs
                           On defense: Swap DBs

Y                          On offense: Selects the choose package screen

BACK                       Call a timeout

BLACK                      Flip the formation

WHITE                      Bring up the help menu

LEFT TRIGGER               Coach's Pick

                                  ==--==--==

Choose Package Screen
*********************

LEFT ANALOG/D-PAD          Up/Down - scroll through packages

A                          Select package in A position

B                          Select package in B position

X                          Select package in X position

Y                          On offense: Selects the choose formation screen

BACK                       Call a timeout

WHITE                      Bring up the help menu

LEFT TRIGGER               Coach's Pick

                                  ==--==--==

Play Call Screen
****************

LEFT ANALOG/D-PAD          Up/Down - scroll through plays

A                          Select play in A position

B                          Select play in B position

X                          Select play in X position

Y

BACK                       Call a timeout

BLACK                      Flip the formation

WHITE                      Bring up the help menu

RIGHT TRIGGER              Bring up On-The-Fly Audibles

LEFT TRIGGER               Coach's Pick

RIGHT ANALOG CLICK         Toggle play statistics

                                  ==--==--==
                                  
Offense: Prior to Snap
**********************

LEFT ANALOG/D-PAD          Up/Down - Choose players
                           Left/Right - Send player in motion

A                          Hurry to line/snap football

B                          Hard count

Y                          Bring up/close audible selection menu

BACK                       Call a timeout

BLACK                      Press and hold to view player fatigue levels

WHITE                      Press and hold to view player routes

RIGHT TRIGGER              Press and hold to view player fatigue levels

LEFT TRIGGER               Press and hold to view player routes

RIGHT ANALOG + A,B,X,Y,L   Call a hot route for the receiver corresponding to
                           the button you press

				  ==--==--==

Offense: Audible Menu
*********************

LEFT ANALOG/D-PAD          Left/Right - Cycle through audibles

A                          Select A audible

B                          Select B audible

X                          Select X audible

Y                          Bring up/close audible selection menu

BACK                       Call a timeout

BLACK                      Flip the play

RIGHT ANALOG CLICK         Flip routes

				  ==--==--==

Offense: After Snap/Passing, QB
*******************************

LEFT ANALOG/D-PAD          Control the quarterback

A                          Throw to receiver marked A

B                          Throw to receiver marked B

X                          Throw to receiver marked X

Y                          Throw to receiver marked Y

BLACK                      Throw the ball away

WHITE                      Perform a pump fake

LEFT TRIGGER               Throw to receiver marked L

RIGHT TRIGGER              Pull and hold to tuck the ball and scramble

RIGHT ANALOG               Behind scrimmage line, use it to evade attackers

				  ==--==--==

Offense: After Snap/Rushing, Ballcarrier
****************************************

LEFT ANALOG/D-PAD          Control the runner

A                          Tap repeatedly for speed burst/hold to increase the
                           charge

B                          Perform a spin

X                          Perform a dive (runner)/Perform a hook slide (QB)

Y                          Perform a shoulder charge

BLACK                      Perform a stiff-arm to your right

WHITE                      Perform a stiff-arm to your left

RIGHT TRIGGER              Juke to the right/Pitch ball (option plays)

LEFT TRIGGER               Juke to the left

RIGHT TRIGGER+LEFT TRIGGER Perform a lateral

RIGHT ANALOG               UP: Stutter-Step   DOWN: Stop short
                           LEFT: Juke left    RIGHT: Juke right

RIGHT ANALOG CLICK         Hurdle (jump)

				  ==--==--==

Offense: Without possession
***************************

LEFT ANALOG/D-PAD          Control player

A                          Tap repeatedly for speed burst/hold to increase the
                           charge

B                          Switch to player nearest to ball

X                          Perform a dive/chop block

Y                          Wave for pass

BLACK/RIGHT TRIGGER        Juke to the right

WHITE/LEFT TRIGGER         Juke to the left

				  ==--==--==

Offense: When Play is over
**************************

B                          Hurry to line/brings up audible menu automatically)

X                          Hurry to line to spike ball (stop clock)

				  ==--==--==

Defense: Prior to Snap
**********************

LEFT ANALOG/D-PAD          Control player

A                          Switch to next player

B                          Switch to previous player

X                          Call a blitz on selected player

Y                          Bring up/close audible selection menu

BACK                       Call a timeout

BLACK                      Hold to view player fatigue levels

WHITE                      Hold to view defensive assignments

RIGHT TRIGGER+RIGHT ANALOG RIGHT: Assign DBs to Outside Coverage
                           LEFT: Assign DBs to Inside Coverage
                           UP: Assign DBs to Off Coverage
                           DOWN: Assign DBs to Tight Coverage

LEFT TRIGGER+RIGHT ANALOG  RIGHT: Shift linebackers to the right
                           LEFT: Shift linebackers to the left
                           UP: Spread linebackers to the outside
                           DOWN: Spread linebackers to the inside

LEFT TRIGGER               Pull and hold to change linebacker adjustment

RIGHT TRIGGER              Pull and hold to change defensive back adjustment

				  ==--==--==

Defense: Audible Menu
*********************

LEFT ANALOG/D-PAD          Left/Right - cycle through audibles

A                          Select A audible

B                          Select B audible

X                          Select X audible

Y                          Bring up/close audible selection menu

BLACK                      Flip defensive assignments

WHITE                      Return to original play

RIGHT TRIGGER              Select R audible

LEFT TRIGGER               Select L audible

BACK                       Call a timeout

				  ==--==--==

Offense: Maximum Tackling
*************************

LEFT ANALOG/D-PAD          Control player

A                          Tap repeatedly for speed burst/hold to increase the
                           charge

B                          Switch to player nearest ball

X                          Attempt a diving tackle

Y                          Attempt to intercept or block pass

RIGHT TRIGGER              Intercept pass

LEFT TRIGGER               Block pass

BLACK                      Linebacker strafe

				  ==--==--==

Defense: Maximum Tackling
*************************

RIGHT TRIGGER              Perform a swim move

LEFT TRIGGER               Perform a club move

BLACK                      Spin off of the blocker

WHITE                      Perform a rip

				  ==--==--==

Kicking Team
************

LEFT ANALOG/D-PAD          Aim kicking arrow

A                          Press to activate kick meter, press again to set
                           power

Y                          Bring up/close audible slection menu

				  ==--==--==

Receiving Team
**************

RIGHT ANALOG CLICK         Down ball in endzone (press immediately after catch)

Y                          Call a fair catch

				  ==--==--==

The Crib
********

A                          Interact with objects in your Crib

START                      Bring up the Crib menu

LEFT ANALOG                Move around

RIGHT ANALOG               Look around for your standing position

LEFT TRIGGER               Hold to zoom in

				  ==--==--==

The Crib: Jukebox Disc Select
*****************************

LEFT ANALOG/D-PAD          Choose track/switch to Now Playing list

A                          Add track to Now Playing list

B                          Return to Crib

BLACK/WHITE                Toggle Shuffle, Repeat, Normal

RIGHT TRIGGER              Cycle disc forward

LEFT TRIGGER               Cycle disc backward

START                      Play/pause track

                                  ==--==--==

The Crib: Jukebox Now Playing List
**********************************

LEFT ANALOG/D-PAD          Choose track/switch to Disc Select menu

A                          Play track

B                          Return to Crib

Y                          Remove track from Now Playing list

BLACK/WHITE                Toggle Shuffle, Repeat, Normal

RIGHT TRIGGER              Next track

LEFT TRIGGER               Previous track

START                      Play/pause track

RIGHT ANALOG               Move track position in Now Playing list

                                  ==--==--==

The Crib: Bobbleheads
*********************

LEFT ANALOG                Rotates and tilts bobblehead

RIGHT ANALOG               Rotates and tilts bobblehead's head

RIGHT ANALOG CLICK         Hold then let go to flick the head

A                          Rotate from right to left

Y                          Rotate from left to right

                                  ==--==--==

First Person Football
*********************

RIGHT ANALOG               Look left/right

WHITE                      Locate player you are assigned to cover (defense)

RIGHT TRIGGER              Hold to perform a route route on offense or a
                           defensive shift on defense

LEFT TRIGGER               Hold to perform a route route on offense or a
                           defensive shift on defense

LEFT ANALOG CLICK          Switch to 3rd person view (before snap)

RIGHT TRIGGER              Look at next receiver (after snap)

RIGHT ANALOG CLICK         Slow down gameplay temporarily (after snap)

RIGHT ANALOG CLICK         View replay of last play (after play ends)

                                   ==--==--==

Hot Routes
**********

RIGHT STICK UP             Go

RIGHT STICK UP/LEFT        Slant

RIGHT STICK UP/RIGHT       Quick Corner

RIGHT STICK RIGHT          In

RIGHT STICK LEFT           Out

RIGHT STICK DOWN/LEFT      Speed Under

RIGHT STICK DOWN/RIGHT     Speed Out

RIGHT STICK DOWN           Stop

RIGHT STICK CLICK          Pass Block

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| [3] Quick Game                                                              |
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This is the typical mode you find in all sports titles.  It allows you to get
right into a game between two teams without needing to set anything up.  When
you enter Quick Game mode, you are told to choose between two teams.  The team
on the right will be the home team, and the team on the left will be the away
team.  When choosing your team, move the controller icon to the side of the
screen for the team you choose.  You can also choose between different uniforms
by pressing the WHITE and BLACK buttons.  If you can't decide on what team you
want to be or play against, press the BLACK + WHITE buttons together to have
the game pick a random team.  While at this screen, you can choose to use a VIP
profile by pressing UP or DOWN on the RIGHT ANALOG STICK.  Press START to
proceed.

Here is where you configure the game options if you want to, the Coach Matchup.
If you just want to hop into the game, choose "Start Game" to get going.  On
the left side of the screen is your options, which are explained below.  On the
right side of the screen is two bits of information.  The left graphic shows
the stats for the AWAY team.  It has the name of the coach (or VIP if its you),
the record of the coach (you and CPU), and years with the team (CPU only).
Under that, it shows what the profile prefers to do; run or pass, in an easy to
read pie chart.  Under that, you'll see in which direction the profile likes to
run and pass, in percentages.  The graphic on the right is exactly the same,
except for the home team.

Now, let's move on to what those six options do.

Start Game
  Choose this to get right into the game.  You'll see Chris Berman do his ESPN
  pre-game thing, then it will start.

VIP Coaches
  This will allow you to select VIP profiles for the team you will be facing,
  not playing as.  You can choose any VIP profile that YOU'VE MADE, not one
  that was premade with the game.

NFL Coaches
  This will allow you to select an NFL coach profile for the team you will be
  facing, not playing as.  You can choose from any of the 32 NFL profiles that
  came with the game, but it's best to leave it as the default, as the right
  coach is selected for each team.  You cannot use your own profiles for this.

Lineup
  This will show you the lineup for the game.  You can see who the key players
  are for both teams, as well as the players in the backfield, the receivers,
  the D-line, the linebackers, the secondary and the special teams.  You also
  have the option of scrambling your starters to mix things up.  For the ESPN
  Fantasy Draft, you can choose to "draft" players (don't worry, your roster
  isn't changed) to each position, like a real draft.  You'll pick someone, the
  CPU will pick someone (or vice versa).  Gives you a chance to mix things up a
  bit.

Options
  This allows you to configure the options for this game and this game only.
  You can choose which stadium you want to play at, what the home team's
  playbook will be, what the away team's playbook will be, the difficulty, how
  long each quarter will be, the time of day and the weather conditions.

VIP
  This options launches the VIP page, which is covered in greater detail in
  section [8].

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| [4] First Person Football                                                   |
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First Person Football is just like any standard game mode, except the entire
game is viewed from the eyes of the players, like you're actually in the game.
Personally, I don't like this mode too much, and the only reason I'd play it is
to get the Milestone for it.

While it's similar to the normal game, it does have it's own controls, and you
can find them listed in the controls section.  Here are a few basic tips to
help you out:

Always Look Around
  No matter what, you should always look to the left and right.  Because you're
  in a first-person view, your peripherial vision is gone, and you can't see
  much.  Looking around can save you from getting tackled too early.

Slow the Game Down
  Click the right analog stick to go into a temporary slow motion state.  This
  isn't like bulletime; not only is the opposing team moving slowly, but so are
  you.  This feature isn't designed to give you an advantage, but it's there to
  help you get your bearings and to try to find an open spot.

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| [5] ESPN 25th Anniversary                                                   |
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This year, ESPN is celebrating it's 25th year as the "worldwide leader in
sports".  As such, Visual Concepts has included an ESPN 25th Anniversary mode
into the game, which lets you take command of teams in twenty-five of the
greatest, most memorable NFL moments in history.  Most of them are set up like
a situation, where you are given a certain amount of time in a quarter, to pull
off some miraculous move.

This section gives you an overview of all the situations, as well as the
strategy I used to win that situation.  Note that the strategy may or may not
work for you, depending on how you like to play, and at what difficulty you're
playing at.  If you have an alternate strategy, send it to me.  All alternate
strategies for these challenges will be encased in @ symbols.

If you have a strategy you'd like to send for one or more of these challenges,
please do so!  Be sure to include a name to be credited as.

What is your reward for completing all twenty-five challenges?  You earn the "A
Quarter Century of Greatness" milestone, as well as 5,000 Crib points!

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| [5.1] The Ice Bowl                                                          |
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Teams: Dallas Cowboys at Green Bay Packers
Date: December 31st, 1967
Place: Lambeau Field
Final Score: DAL 17 - GB 21

"When the new heating system underneath the turf failed, the negative 13 degree
temperature froze the playing field solid.  In the 4th quarter, with the
Cowboys leading 17 to 14, Green Bay's QB drove the Packers 67 yards to the 1
yard line.  Faced with the prospect of kicking a FG to send the game into
overtime, the Packers opted instead for the QB sneak, scoring the TD that
crowned them NFL champions."

The Goal: Be a star and lead the Pack to a cold blooded win in this famous
          Lambeau Field battle.

The Situation: Score DAL 17, GB 14.  Green Bay's possession, first and ten, on
               Green Bay's 32 yard line, with 4:50 left in the 4th quarter.

                                  ==--==--==

Strategy
--------

From the outset, pull off any passing move.  All you have to do is get to the
endzone and score a touchdown, then kick a successful point after.  You don't
need to actually drive the 67 yards as what actually happened.  You can use up
six plays to get 60 yards if you have to.  Be sure to use your timeouts if you
need them; you have three.  Once you've nailed the touchdown and the PAT, all
you need to do is hold off the Cowboys until the end of the game.  If you
happen to get the ball from them on a turnover, wear down the clock by calling
the "Clock -> Take Knee" play.

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| [5.2] The Heidi Bowl                                                        |
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Teams: New York Jets at Oakland Raiders
Date: November 17th, 1968
Place: Network Associates
Final Score: NYJ 32 - OAK 43

"One of the most exciting finishes in sports history was not seen on
television.  With 1 minute, 5 seconds to go, the New York Jets led the Oakland
Raiders 32-29.  It was 7pm eastern time, and even though the score was close,
the network switched over to the previously scheduled movie, "Heidi".  In the
next 65 seconds, Oakland scored two touchdowns to win, 43-32.  The game went on
to become known as "The Heidi Bowl".

The Goal: Repeat the amazing comeback nobody saw and win with the Raiders.

The Situation: Score NYJ 32, OAK 29.  New York Jets possesion, kickoff, on New
               York's 30 yard line, with 1:05 left in the 4th quarter.

                                  ==--==--==

Strategy
--------

When the game begins, you'll be receiving a kickoff.  Try to return the ball to
the 25 yard line, at least.  It'd be even easier if you could get a touchdown
from the kickoff, but don't bet on that.  I used the "50 H Swing" pass play
under the "Tight Triple" formation to get down the field, then used a quick
rushing play to cross the endzone.

After scoring the first touchdown, I (you) had about around 40-45 seconds left
in the quarter.  You should attempt the onside kick, and try your hardest to
get it back.  If you fail, try to force a fumble or go for an interception.
Whatever happens, DON'T let New York score a touchdown or a field goal!  Since
the Jets are now losing, they'll call timeouts when they need to, so conserve
yours.  If you're lucky, you'll be able to stop four incomplete passes and
force them to turnover on fourth.  When do you do this, go back to the passing
play, and score another TD, then another PAT.  Kick the ball all the way down
the field, and hold off the Jets for the remainder of the game, which should be
around 15 seconds.  If you manage to snag the ball on an interception or
fumble, just call the "Take Knee" play and drain the clock.

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| [5.3] Merry Christmas Miami                                                 |
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Teams: Miami Dolphins at Kansas City Chiefs
Date: December 25th, 1971
Place: Arrowhead Stadium
Final Score: MIA 27 - KC 24

"The longest game in NFL history, at almost 83 minutes, was played on Christmas
Day, 1971.  The AFC Semifinal game between the Dolphins and Chiefs seesawed
back and forth until the very end.  The score was tied at 24 when, with just 35
seconds left, the Chiefs missed a FG wide right from 31 yards.  With the score
tied 24-24, the game went into OT.  Finally, with 7:20 left in the second OT,
the Dolphins kicked in the game winning FG."

The Goal: Deliver the gift of winning by leading Miami to victory over the
          Chiefs.

The Situation: Score MIA 17, KC 24.  Kansas City's possession at the kickoff,
               on KC's 30 yard line, with 5:00 left in the 4th quarter.

                                  ==--==--==

Although the actually game was won in overtime, you don't have to let it go
into overtime.  All you need to do is get a touchdown against Kansas City and
snag the point after attempt (not a conversion).  I did it by calling the pass
play "90 Z Speed Under" under the "I Pro" formation.  I kept calling this play
until I get to the endzone, then ran the QB over the line for the touchdown.

After the kickoff, get possession of the ball, and get within field goal range,
around 20-30 yards from the post.  Just score the field goal to take you up to
27 points, and hold off the Chiefs until the end of the quarter.  You won't go
into overtime (you'll be winning by three points), but you'll still win the
situation.

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| [5.4] The Immaculate Reception                                              |
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Teams: Oakland Raiders at Pittsburgh Steelers
Date: December 23rd, 1972
Place: Heinz Field
Final Score: OAK 7, PIT 13

"Trailing the Raiders 7-6, with 22 seconds left, the Steelers' QB fired a
desperation pass to the RB.  The ball hit his hands just as the Raiders' FS
laid a crushing hit on him from behind.  The ball ricocheted to Steeler RB, who
caught it and ran it in for a TD in a play that came to be known as "The
Immaculate Reception".

The Goal: Take the Steelers to an immaculate win in this classic 1972 dust up.

The Situation: Score OAK 7, PIT 6.  Pittsburg's possession, fourth and ten, on
               Pittsburgh's 40 yard line, with 22 seconds left in the 4th
               quarter.

                                  ==--==--==

This is actually a somewhat tough one.  If you don't connect with the pass and
run it into the endzone, you may as well restart, because you have no timeouts.
If you can't connect with the pass, your other option will be to run the QB in
a quarterback sneak, and try to get to the endzone.  All you need is one TD and
one point after to win.

If you keep having trouble, this is one of those few times I suggest you play
on Rookie difficulty, just for this challenge.

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ALTERNATE STRATEGY - Sent in by Gamerofgames299

If you dont care about being true to history you can try to get to a field goal
range and boot in a field goal so you win 9 to 7.
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| [5.5] The Sea of Hands                                                      |
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Teams: Miami Dolphins at Oakland Raiders
Date: December 21st, 1974
Place: Network Associates
Final Score: MIA 26, OAK 28

"The two-time defending champion Dolphins came to Oakland for a hard-fought AFC
playoff game.  4th qtr, 30 secs left, the Raiders' QB dropped back to pass.
With a defender clinging to his legs, he looped the ball towards his RB.  In a
"sea of hands", the RB outfought the crowd of defenders to come down in the
endzone with the ball.  Ahead 28-26, the Raiders intercepted a last-grasp pass
to steal the win."

The Goal: Send the Dolphins home empty handed by winning with the Raiders.

The Situation: Score MIA 26, OAK 21.  Oakland's possesion, 1st and goal, on
               Miami's 8 yard line, with 30 seconds left in the 4th quarter.

                                  ==--==--==

Strategy
********

All you need to win is one touchdown, and you're only eight yards away.  I
suggest using a passing play, specifically the "50 X Deep Drag" found on page
four of the "I Pro" formation.  Wait until the reciever is running from left to
right in the endzone, and pass him a bullet.  You have no timeouts, so if your
receiver catches the pass but isn't in the endzone for some reason, hurry to
the line and do it again so you don't run out of time.  After scoring, just do
whatever until the quarter ends.

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| [5.6] The Final Comeback                                                    |
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Teams: Washington Redskins at Dallas Cowboys
Date: December 16th, 1979
Place: Texas Stadium
Final Score: WAS 34, DAL 35

"The Cowboys trailed the Redskins 34-21 late in the 4th quarter, but when the
'Skins fumbled the ball away with 3:49 left, their nightmare began.  The Cowboy
QB gunned holes in the secondary, completing 14, 19, and 26 yard passes for the
TD.  After the 'Skins punted, Dallas advanced to a 1st-and-goal.  The Cowboys'
QB hit a WR on a fade to the corner of the end zone.  The win robbed the 'Skins
of both the NFC East title and a trip to the playoffs."

The Goal: Re-create the miracle by taking the Cowboys to victory.

The Situation: Score WAS 34, DAL 21.  Dallas' possesion, 1st and 10, on Dallas'
               41 yard line, with 3:49 left in the fourth quarter.

                                  ==--==--==

Strategy
********

You start with possession, so go for a quick touchdown.  I used several passing
plays, alternating between left and right, to get the first touchdown.  After
the TD, you can go for a two-point conversion, but I stuck with a PAT.  After
you kick the ball to Washington, you need to try to stop their offense before
they score.  It's okay if they score, but it makes it harder for you.  Luckily,
you should still have three minutes left.  After gaining possession, do the
same thing as before, except mix up the passes with a few rushing attempts.
You only need one more TD and one more PAT, and then you can play safely, and
drain the clock when you re-gain possession.

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| [5.7] The Aints' Biggest Choke                                              |
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Teams: New Orleans Saints at San Francisco 49ers
Date: December 7th, 1980
Place: San Francisco Park
Final Score: NO 35, SF 38

"It still stands as the greatest regular season comeback in NFL history, and
marked the arrival of a young 2nd-year QB.  The 49ers were only 5 and 8 on the
season, and when the Saints charged ahead 35-7 by halftime, many fans headed
for home.  When the 2nd half started, the Niner QB had the offense rolling.
They tied the game up at 35 with 1:50 remaining, and in OT, kicked in the
game-winning FG."

The Goal: Re-create the Niners improbably comeback victory.

The Situation: Score NO 35, SF 7.  New Orleans' possession, kickoff, on New
               Orleans' 30 yard line, with 5:00 left in the third quarter.

                                  ==--==--==

Strategy
********

You have two full quarters to win this game.  After receiving the kickoff, play
however you like, as there is no real strategy.  New Orleans seems susceptible
to passing plays, so maybe stick to them.

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| [5.8] Longest Playoff Game Ever                                             |
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Teams: San Diego Chargers at Miami Dolphins
Date: January 2nd, 1982
Place: Pro Player Stadium
Final Score: SD 41, MIA 38

"The longest NFL playoff game ever took place in Miami in sweltering 85 degree
heat.  The Chargers opened a 24-0 lead in the 1st qtr, but Miami tied it up by
half.  Each team added another TD in the 2nd half.  Each team had a chance to
win the game with a FG.  Miami's FG try was blocked as regulation ran out.  The
Chargers missed one in OT and Miami had a second kick blocked before San
Diego's FG finally won the game."

The Goal: "Charge" to a win over Miami in this classic scorcher.

The Situation: Score SD 24, MIA 0.  San Diego's possession, 1st and 10, on
               San Diego's 30 yard line, with 5:00 left in the second quarter.

                                  ==--==--==

Strategy
********

There's not much to this one.  You're in the lead by 24 points, so all you have
to do is hold off Miami for three quarters.  You can score as often as you want
and Miami can score too, just don't let them overtake you and win the game.
Compared to Miami, your defense isn't as good, so watch the line and do
whatever is necessary to win.

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| [5.9] The Catch                                                             |
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Teams: Dallas Cowboys at San Francisco 49ers
Date: January 10th, 1982
Place: San Francisco Park
Final Score: DAL 27, SF 28

"Rolling right on a pass play, the Niner QB was under hot pursuit when he saw
his WR in the back of the endzone.  Throwing on the run off his back foot, the
ball was so high up that the Dallas secondary assumed it would sail out of
bounds.  But the 6'3" WR leapt to make a spectaclar fingertip grab that would
become known as "The Catch" and would set the stage for the first of 4 Super
Bowl Championships for the Niner QB."

The Goal: Repeat history and win with the upstart 49ers over the Cowboys.

The Situation: Score DAL 27, SF 21.  San Fran's possesion, 3rd and 3, on
               Dallas' 6 yard line, with :58 left in the fourth quarter.

                                  ==--==--==

Strategy
********

You're almost at the goal line, so all you need to do is a short pass, or a
quick rush, and the touchdown is yours.  Make the successful point after to
take the lead, kick the ball to Dallas, and hold them off for the remainder of
the quarter to win.

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| [5.10] Greatest Redskin Comeback                                            |
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Teams: Los Angeles Raiders (now Oakland) at Washington Redskins
Date: October 2nd, 1983
Place: Washington Field
Final Score: LA 35, WAS 37

"It was perhaps the greatest comeback in the Redskin QB's career.  Trailing the
Raiders 35-20 with 7 and a half minutes remaining, after the Raiders returned a
punt 97 yards for a TD, the Skins' QB suddenly caught fire, completing 9 of 12
passes for 190 yards.  The Redskins scored a FG, and two TDs to win the game,
37 to 35."

The Goal: Can you bring the 'Skins back from the jaws of defeat?

The Situation: Score LA 35, WAS 20.  Washington's possession, 1st and ten, on
               WAS' 13 yard line, with 5:00 left in the fourth quarter.

                                  ==--==--==

Strategy
********

This is just like any standard game.  You start close to your own endzone, so
use a couple of rushing plays to get ahead so you aren't forced into a safety.
Use a combination of passing and rushing plays up the left side of the field.
Once you take the lead, hold off the Raiders, and whenever you get possession,
run out the clock.

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| [5.11] The Drive                                                            |
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Teams: Denver Broncos at Cleveland Browns
Date: January 11th, 1987
Place: Cleveland Stadium
Final Score: DEN 23, CLE 20

"The Broncos QB led them on a 13 play, 98 yard, 5 minute epic drive that ended
with a TD pass with only 37 seconds remaining.  With the extra point, the game
was sent ot overtime, where Denver stopped the Browns on the first possession,
and kicked a 33-yard FG for the win.  "The Drive" cemented the Bronco QB's
legacy as one of the greatest come from behind quarterbacks in the history of
the game."

The Goal: Execute your own epic drive to bring the Broncos a win over the
          Browns.

The Situation: Score DEN 13, CLE 20.  Denver's possession, 1st and ten, on
               Denver's 2 yard line, with 5:00 left in the fourth quarter.

                                  ==--==--==

Strategy
********

You've got the ball, but you're on your endzone, so run the ball to get away to
avoid any safeties.  You only need one touchdown and a two-point conversion to
win, so do whatever you're comfortable with to drive the ball to Cleveland's
endzone.

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| [5.12] The 2-Second Miscalculation                                          |
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Teams: San Francisco 49ers at Cincinnati Bengals
Date: September 20th, 1987
Place: Paul Brown Stadium
Final Score: SF 27, CIN 26

"Leading the 49ers 26-20, on 4th down with 6 seconds left, all the Bengals had
to do was punt, take a safety, or run the opposite direction from the defense
to win the game.  Instead, the coach called a sweep.  The RB was tackled with 2
seconds remaining.  The 49ers took over and their QB hit Jerry Rice in the
right side of the endzone for the game-tying TD.  The extra point gave the
49ers the unbelievable 27-26 victory."

The Goal: Pull off a 2 second TD to win the game for the Niners.

The Situation: Score SF 20, CIN 26.  San Fran's possession, 1st and ten, on
               Cincinnati's 25 yard line, with 0:02 left in the fourth quarter.

                                  ==--==--==

Strategy
********

You're at the 25 yard line, and you only have one shot, so what you need to do
is pull off a long pass and guide the receiver into the endzone.  I like the
"RO Y Out" play under the "Triple" formation.  You can try to rush, but it's a
lot harder.

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| [5.13] Same Old Bucs                                                        |
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Teams: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at St. Louis Cardinals (now Arizona)
Date: November 8th, 1987
Place: Edward Jones Dome
Final Score: TB 27, STL 31

"Playing their last season in St. Louis, the Cardinals had posted 2 consecutive
11-loss seasons.  Facing the Buccaneers, they trailed 28-3 in the 4th qtr.  But
the Cardinals scored 4 straight TDs to take the lead 31-28.  The Bucs had one
last chance, but on the final play of regulation, the kicker's 53-yard FG
attempt bounced off the crossbar, no good.  The Cardinals' 25-point comeback is
still the 4th-largest in NFL history."

The Goal: Overcome this 4th quarter, 25-point deficit and lead the Cards to
          victory.

The Situation: Score TB 28, STL 3.  St. Louis' possession, 1st and 10, at STL's
               20 yard line, with 5:00 left in the fourth quarter.

                                  ==--==--==

Strategy
********

This one isn't too tough, but Tampa seems to have a solid defense.  You've got
five minutes to score four touchdowns and a few PAT's.  Play this challenge as
you would any other game, and remember, if you're running out of time after a
TD, do an onside kick.  You've got three timeouts in this challenge, so use
them if you have to.

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| [5.14] 49ers Do It Again                                                    |
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Teams: Cincinnati Bengals at San Francisco 49ers
Date: January 22nd, 1989
Place: Pro Player Stadium
Final Score: CIN 16, SF 20

"The 49ers had just scored a TD and trailed the Bengals 16-13 when they took
possession at their own 8 with 3:10 remaining.  The Niners then marched down to
the CIN 10.  Now down to their final 39 seconds, the QB dropped back.  The HB,
who was also the primary receiver, was double-covered.  But a Niner WR broke
loose, deep in the end zone, and caught hte pass for the latest game-winning TD
in Super Bowl history."

The Goal: Do it again to deliver San Francisco from the jaws of defeat.

The Situation: Score CIN 16, SF 13.  San Fran's possession, 1st and 10, on San
               Francisco's 8 yard line, with 3:10 left in the fourth quarter.

                                  ==--==--==

Strategy
********

You need one touchdown in three minutes and ten seconds, and you start with the
ball.  The only bad thing is you're on your own eight yard line, so start off
with a run to avoid any possible safeties.  Then do your thing to get the one
touchdown.  Simple, huh?

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| [5.15] Wide Right                                                           |
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Teams: Buffalo Bills at New York Giants
Date: January 27th, 1991
Place: Tampa Bay Stadium
Final Score: BUF 19, NYG 20

"The top defensive team, the NY Giants, faced up against the top offensive
team, the Buffalo Bills.  The Giants succeeded in slowing the game down to
their pace, and led 20-19 with 2:16 reamining.  Taking over at their own 10,
the Bills made one last march upfield, reaching the Giants' 29-yard line with 8
seconds left.  The FG kick sailed wide right, earning the Bills the 1st of
their 4 consecutive Super Bowl losses."

The Goal: Change history by leading the Bills on a scoring drive to win the
          game.

The Situation: Score BUF 19, NYG 20.  Buffalo's possession, 1st and 10, on
               Buffalo's 10 yard line, with 2:16 left in the fourth quarter.

                                  ==--==--==

Strategy
********

Like the other challenges that place you close to your own endzone, start off
with a rush to get away from the endzone, then do whatever you like.  You don't
even need a touchdown; just get in field goal range and boot one in to take the
lead.

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| [5.16] Houston's Hearts Ripped Out                                          |
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Teams: Houston Oilers at Denver Broncos
Date: January 4th, 1992
Place: Invesco Field
Final Score: HOU 24, DEN 26

"Down 24-26 on their own 2 yd line, with 2:07 remaining and no time outs, it
looked like the Broncos were doomed to lose, but their QB pulled them from the
jaws of defeat.  On a 4th and 6, he scrambled for 7 yds.  On another 4th down,
he passed to his WR for a gain of 44 yds.  With 16 seconds remaining, Denver
kicked a FG for the win.  Another great 4th qtr game-saving drive for the QB
who has the most in NFL history."

The Goal: Take the galloping Broncos to big win over the Oilers.

The Situation: Score HOU 24, DEN 23.  Denver's possession, 1st and 10, on
               Denver's 2 yard line, with 2:07 left in the fourth quarter.

                                  ==--==--==

Strategy
********

This one you almost HAVE to start with a rushing play, because you're right on
the endzone.  Get away, get some distance, then do whatever you want.  A field
goal will get you the three points to take the lead, then all you have to do is
hold off Houston.  You have zero timeouts, so play wisely, and spike if you
have to.

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| [5.17] The Two TD Comeback on KC                                            |
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Teams: Kansas City Chiefs at Denver Broncos
Date: October 4th, 1992
Place: Invesco Field
Final Score: KC 19, DEN 20

"Trailing the Chiefs 19 to 6 with about 5 minutes remaining, the Broncos drove
80 yards for a TD with 1:55 left.  Then, after KC's offense stumbled, Denver
got the ball back with 1:17 left.  Just 39 seconds later, the QB threw a 12
yard TD pass.  The Broncos hadn't scored a TD in the first three quarters and
hadn't even scored a TD in the previous two games, but scored 2 last minute TDs
to defeat the Chiefs."

The Goal: Repeat another great Broncos comeback for the big win over KC.

The Situation: SCORE KC 19, DEN 6.  Denver's possession, 1st and 10, on
               Denver's 20 yard line, with 3:30 left in the fourth quarter.

                                  ==--==--==

Strategy
********

All you need is two touchdowns and two point after attempts to win.  This is
one of the easiest challenges.  Pass, rush, whatever you like.

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| [5.18] The Biggest Comeback Ever                                            |
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Teams: Houston Oilers at Buffalo Bills
Date: January 3rd, 1993
Place: Ralph Wilson Stadium
Final Score: HOU 38, BUF 41

"By the start of the 3rd, the Oilers lead the Bills 35-3.  But the Bills came
storming back, scoring 28 points in the 3rd quarter.  In the 4th, the Bills
took the lead, and though the Oilers managed a FG to send the game into OT, it
was too little, too late.  In the opening minutes of the OT, the Oilers' QB
threw an INT inside his own territory, and Buffaly capitalized with a
game-winning FG, completing the greatest comeback in NFL history."

The Goal: Take the Bills on a history comeback for the win.

The Situation: Score HOU 35, BUF 3.  Houston's possession, kickoff, at
               Houston's 30 yard line, with 4:15 left in the third quarter.

                                  ==--==--==

Strategy
********

Houston will kick the ball to you, so try to get a good return.  You've got
close to nine minutes to take the lead, so just work your down the field and do
whatever you like to do to get the required touchdowns.

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| [5.19] The Heartbreaker                                                     |
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Teams: Denver Broncos at Kansas City Chiefs
Date: October 17th, 1994
Place: Arrowhead Stadium
Final Score: DEN 28, KC 31

"It was the final battle between two of the game's greats - the Chiefs versus
the Broncos on Monday night.  It was tied 7-7 after one qtr, 14-14 at halftime
and 21-21 as the 4th qtr began.  The Chiefs kicked a FG to take a 24-21 lead.
The Broncos answered with a TD with 1:29 to go.  But the Chiefs had the final
opportunity, and connected for a 5 yd TD with 8 seconds to go to win the game."

The Goal: Break some hearts by taking KC to a repeat of this great win.

The Situation: Score DEN 28, KC 24.  Denver's possession, kickoff, at Denver's
               30 yard line, with 1:29 left in the fourth quarter.

                                  ==--==--==

Strategy
********

Another easy one.  Denver will kick the ball to you, so try to get a good
return from it (I managed to get the 27-yard line).  Denver seemed to have a
hard time stopping running plays, so use them.  All you need is one touchdown.
You can even miss the point after if you want, because you'll take the lead
with the TD.

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| [5.20] The Colts' Collapse                                                  |
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Teams: Baltimore (now Indianapolis) Colts at Buffalo Bills
Date: September 21st, 1997
Place: Ralph Wilson Stadium
Final Score: BAL 35 35, BUF 37

"On this date the Buffalo Bills posted the 3rd biggest comback in NFL history.
Trailing the Indianapolis Colts 26-0 with just under 6 minutes left in the 2nd
qtr, the Bills stormed back, scoring 37 points to Indy's 3 in the next 30
minutes to take the lead. The Colts brought it within 2 points with a TD pass
to WR Marvin Harrison with 14 secs left.  But the 2-point conversion pass was
broken up, effectively sealing the victory for the Bills."

The Goal: Repeat this great Bills' comeback for a win over Indianapolis.

The Situation: Score BAL 26, BUF 0.  Indianapolis' possession, kickoff, on
               Baltimore's 30 yard line, with 4:59 left in the second quarter.

                                  ==--==--==

Strategy
********

With three quarters, this should be simple.  You'll even be given the ball from
a kickoff at the beginning of the challenge, so just take your time and earn
yourself those four touchdowns and three (at least) PAT's.

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| [5.21] The Super Bowl Drive                                                 |
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Teams: Green Bay Packers at Denver Broncos
Date: January 25th, 1998
Place: Qualcomm Stadium
Final Score: GB 24, DEN 31

"Super Bowl XXXII pitted the Denver Broncos against the reigning champs, the
Green Bay Packers.  On the Broncos' final drive, forced to scramble on 3rd and
6, the QB leapt head first, caroming off two dfenders for the 1st down at the
Green Bay 10 yd line.  When he arose pumping his fist, his team's spirit was
ignited.  Two plays later, their halfback ran into the endzone to give them the
lead and their first Super Bowl Victory."

The Goal: Repeat this famous upset and win with the Broncos.

The Situation: Score GB 24, DEN 24.  Denver's possesion, 1st and 10, on Green
               Bay's 49 yard line, with 3:27 left in the fourth quarter.

                                  ==--==--==

Strategy
********

This is a real easy one.  You're pretty much at midfield, so all you need to do
is score one touchdown and one PAT, then keep Green Bay from getting a TD and
you'll win.  Do whatever you want to drive the ball to the endzone.

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| [5.22] A Yard Too Short                                                     |
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Teams: St. Louis Rams at Tennessee Titans
Date: January 30th, 2000
Place: Georgia Dome
Final Score: STL 23, TEN 16

"Trailing by 7 with 1:54 left in the game, Titans' QB Steve McNair drove the
Titans down the field 78 yards in a little more than 90 seconds to get them in
position to tie the score.  With 6 seconds remaining and no timeouts, McNair
attempted a quick pass to a slanting Kevin Dyson, who caught the ball in stride
at the Rams' 3.  However, LB Mike Jones reacted quickly and stepped up to
tackle Dyson at the 1-yard line as time expired."

The Goal: Change history and get the Titans into the endzone for the win.

The Situation: Score STL 23, TEN 16.  Tennessee's possesion, 1st and goal, on
               St. Louis' 10 yard line, with 0:06 left in the fourth quarter.

                                  ==--==--==

Strategy
********

You can pretty much do this however you wish, as passing and rushing will work.
You can also use your QB to make the touchdown if you like, it's that easy.
After scoring, go for the conversion so you can win 24-23.

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| [5.23] Vinatieri Strikes Again                                              |
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Teams: St. Louis Rams at New England Patriots
Date: February 3rd, 2002
Place: Louisiana Super Dome
Final Score: STL 17, NE 20

"The New England Patriots defied predictions and won their first National
Championship.  When the Rams knotted the game up at 17 apiece with 1:30
remaining, many assumed that the game would go to OT.  However, the Patriots
had other intentions.  Starting at their own 17 yd line, Tom Brady calmly led
the Patriots' offense 53 yds upfield in just over a minute to set up Adam
Vinatieri's game-winning 48 yd FG with time expiring."

The Goal: No pressure... drive the Pats to a win over the Rams.

The Situation: Score STL 17, NE 17.  St. Louis' possession, kickoff, on St.
               Louis' 30 yard line, with 1:30 left in the fourth quarter.

                                  ==--==--==

Strategy
********

Another simple challenge.  The score is tied, and St. Louis is going to kick
the ball to you.  Do whatever you like to run up the field and score a TD.  If
you want to recreate what actually happened, get within field goal range and
kick one in for the three points, winning 20 to 17.

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| [5.24] The Botched Snap                                                     |
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Teams: New York Giants at San Francisco
Date: January 5th, 2003
Place: San Francisco Park
Final Score: NYG 38, SF 39

"Trailing by 24 late in the 3rd, the 49ers mounted an all-out assault to take a
39-38 lead.  In the waning seconds, the Giants botched their FG snap, and
holder Matt Allen threw a desperation pass towards pass-eligible lineman Rich
Seubert, who was thrown to the ground by a Niners' defender.  The refs failed
to whistle pass interference and the botched snap gave the Niners the 2nd
largest postseason comeback victory in NFL history."

The Goal: Bring the 49ers to a come-from-behind win in this wildcard battle
          from 2003.

The Situation: Score NYG 38, SF 13.  New York's possesion, kickoff, on New
               York's 30 yard line, with 3:05 left in the third quarter.

                                  ==--==--==

Strategy
********

This isn't too easy, but it's not too hard, either.  You'll need to score four
touchdowns, and get all PAT's to take the leader, but you have half of the
third and a full fourth quarter to do it.  Since you've got a fair bit of time,
play this out however you like.  I find that running plays work great against
the Giants, especially the Strong FB Toss from Garcia to Beasley.  If you're
running low on time after you score and you don't think you can do another
drive, I recommend an onside kick so you get possession.  If you're feeling
lucky, you can go for two-point conversions after every touchdown.  Remember,
you have three timeouts, so use them if necessary.

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| [5.25] Fourth and Twenty-Six                                                |
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Teams: Green Bay Packers at Philadelphia Eagles
Date: January 11th, 2004
Place: Lincoln Financial Field
Final Score: GB 17, PHI 20

"It stands among the best plays in postseason history.  The Eagles were losing
17 to 14, pinned on their own 26-yard line on 4th down with 26 yards to go and
only 1:26 left to play.  When Donovan McNabb connected with WR Freddie Mitchell
on a streak across the middle for 28 yards, the Packers were left stunned in
disbelief.  The Eagles fed off that momentum, going on to win the game.

The Goal: Fly like an Eagle and create your own winning drive over the Pack.

The Situation: Score GB 17, PHI 14.  Philadelphia's possesion, 4th and 26, on
               PHI's 26 yard line, with 1:26 left in the fourth quarter.

                                  ==--==--==

Strategy
********

You've got a huge deficit in terms of yardage here, and you're on your fourth
down.  You need a huge run or pass to get the first down, and if you can't
manage this, just do a rematch.  I recommend using a long pass, as your chances
of rushing are very small.  Once you snag the first down, get to the endzone
however you like.  Score the PAT or not, doesn't matter.  After kicking the
ball to Green Bay, just hold them off until the quarter ends.

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| [6] Practice                                                                |
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Practice mode allows you to do just that, practice.  The Basic Training option
is like a tutorial, and guides you through some of the features, like blocking
passes, swimming past the line, charging your player, etc.  Scrimmage allows
you to play a mock game with different setups.

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| [6.1] Basic Training                                                        |
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Basic Training is like a tutorial.  The game will present you with a list of
training activities, tell you what to do, and will let you do it.  You must
complete all of the exercises to earn a milestone.  The exercises you must do
are (name of exercise, followed by how to do it):

Speed Burst
  Repeatedly tap A to beat the defenders to the endzone.

Spin
  Press B to spin around the defender and score a touchdown.

Dive
  Press X to perform a dive over the defenders into the endzone.

Stiffarm
  Press WHITE to stiffarm the first defender and BLACK to stiffarm the second.

Shoulder Charge
  Press Y to shoulder charge the defender, then run to the endzone.

Juke
  Press RIGHT TRIGGER to pass the first defender, and LEFT TRIGGER to pass the
  second defender.

The Charge
  Hold down A to fill your charge meter, then perform a spin, dive, stiffarm,
  shoulder charge or juke, then run to the endzone.

Dropback Passing
  Snap the ball, but don't move the LEFT STICK at all.  Press Y to pass to the
  receiver.  The receiver must catch the pass to complete the exercise.

Bullet Pass
  Press and hold down Y to complete a bullet pass.  The pass must be caught.

Lob Pass
  Tap Y to complete a lob pass.  The pass must be caught.

Pump Fake
  Press Y, B or the LEFT TRIGGER twice rapidly.

Maximum Passing
  Press right on the LEFT STICK immediately after passing the ball.

QB Scramble
  Press and hold the RIGHT TRIGGER to put the QB in scramble mode, and run him
  past the line of scrimmage.

Defending a Pass
  Stick to the player, and press Y to intercept or block the pass.

Tackle
  Press X to tackle a player, or just run into them.

Defensive Line Moves
  Press either LEFT TRIGGER, RIGHT TRIGGER, WHITE or BLACK to Club, Swim, Rip
  or Spin, respectively.

Audibles
  Bring up the audible window with Y, then cycle through the plays and choose
  "90 Quick Slants".

No Huddle Offense
  After running the default play, press Y to hurry, then cycle through the
  audibles and choose the "Weak Sweep" play.

Motion
  Choose a player with the LEFT STICK, then send him in motion by pressing
  right or left.

Hot Routes
  Press the RIGHT STICK in any direction to call a hot route, then snap the
  ball.

Defensive Adjustments
  Using the RIGHT STICK, move it to the right, left, up or down.

Playcalling
  Choose the "I Pro" formation, then choose the "Strong Iso" play on page one.

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| [6.2] Scrimmage                                                             |
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When beginning a Scrimmage match, you can set up a few options:

Practice Type
  You can choose between Special Move, Full Scrimmage, Offense Only and
  Kickoff.  Special Move allows you to practice just that, your special teams
  plays.  Full Scrimmage is like a mock game.  Offense Only eliminates all
  defense, and Kickoff is, well, kickoff practice.

Scrimmage Line
  This determines where the line of scrimmage will be.  It can be midfield, any
  number of home or away team's, and the goal line.

Yards To Go
  This determines how many yards away from the endzone you will be.

Defensive AI Playcalling
  Off/On.  If off, the AI won't do anything, like you were playing stationary
  people.  On is like normal.

Offensive AI Playcalling
  Off/On.  Same as Defensive.

Power Pocket
  Off/On.  If on, the Power Pocket will be enabled.  If off, it won't.  Simple,
  huh?

After setting up your options, you will be able to choose your two teams.  If
you press Y on the team select screen, you can choose what stadium you want to
play at, the playbooks, the difficulty, legnth, time of day and weather
conditions.

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| [7] Situation                                                               |
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Situation game mode allows you to set any situation you could imagine.  If you
want to set up a situation where you're losing 14-12, with four seconds left in
the fourth quarter, and within field goal range, go right ahead!  When setting
up a situation, you can configure the following:

Home Score
  Score for the home team.

Away Team
  Score for the away team.

Possession
  Home/Away.  Who has control of the ball.

Quarter
  Choose which quarter the game is in, or the first or second overtime.

Time Remaining
  How much time is left in the game.

Current Down
  The current down, from kickoff to fourth.

Line of Scrimmage
  Where the line of scrimmage is currently at.

Yards To Go
  How far from the endzone you are.

Kicked First
  What team kicked first; home or away.

After choosing your options, you'll be taken to the team select screen.  If you
press Y on the team select screen, you can choose what stadium you want to play
at, the playbooks, the difficulty, legnth, time of day and weather conditions.

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| [8] Tournament                                                              |
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This mode allows you to set up a tournament.  A great mode for showing your
friends who is who!  When you first enter Tournament, you'll be able to set two
options:

Number of Teams
  Choose from four, eight or sixteen.

Fantasy Draft Roster
  If "On", you'll be able to customize the team rosters instead of using the
  default.

After choosing your options, you'll be able to choose what teams you want in
the tournament, and who will control them; you or the CPU.  After that, you'll
be taken to the main menu of the tournament, where you'll be able to choose
from six options:

Play Game
  This starts the game.

Game Plan
  This screen will allow you to reorder the depth charts for any team, as well
  as view any injury reports.

The Crib
  Enter your Crib.

Setup
  Change the tournament settings, taking you back to the team select/controlled
  screen.

Options
  Change the standard options, like difficulty, presentation, penalties, etc.

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| [9] The Crib                                                                |
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The Crib has changed since last year's version.  You've still got a bunch of
items to collect, except this time, you earn points to buy those items, instead
of earning those items by completing tasks.  It's similar to the way you earn
points to buy cards in the Madden series.

All the information here is taken from my Milestones/Crib Unlockables FAQ.  If
you want JUST this information, check out my other FAQ by itself:

           http://www.gamefaqs.com/console/xbox/game/920177.html

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| [9.1] Milestones                                                            |
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Milestones are what you must achieve in order to earn points and complete the
Crib.  You can also earn points by completing normal tasks, like sacking the
opposing quarterback or intercepting a pass.

Depending on the difficulty level you play at, you can earn more points per
game.  Playing on Rookie has a modifier of 1.00, which means something that
gives you one point will give you one point.  Pro has a modifier of 1.25,
All-Pro has a modifier of 1.50, and Legend has a modifier of 1.75.  Therefore,
playing on Legend, while not easy, will net you the most points.

The following are listed in a handy checklist, so you can cross off milestones
as you unlock them.

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| [9.1.1] User Play                                                           |
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"User Play Milestones are achieved by making the big play.  Long field goals
and big touchdown runs are some examples of what must be accomplished.

These milestones must be achieved by the user at the moment of the action.  For
example, you must be controlling the defensive back prior to making the big
interception in order to get credit!

To complete these Milestones you must play with default or harder penalty
options set."
- From the in-game description

                                  ==--==--==

TOUCHDOWN RUSHING                  TOUCHDOWN PASSING
[ ] 25 yard touchdown run          [ ] 25 yard touchdown pass
[ ] 50 yard touchdown run          [ ] 50 yard touchdown pass
[ ] 75 yard touchdown run          [ ] 75 yard touchdown pass
[ ] 99 yard touchdown run          [ ] 99 yard touchdown pass

FIELD GOAL                         KICK RETURN
[ ] 40 yard field goal             [ ] 70 yard kick return
[ ] 45 yard field goal             [ ] 80 yard kick return
[ ] 50 yard field goal             [ ] 90 yard kick return
[ ] 55 yard field goal             [ ] 99 yard kick return

PUNT RETURN                        TOUCHDOWN INTERCEPTION
[ ] 50 yard punt return            [ ] 10 yard touchdown interception
[ ] 60 yard punt return            [ ] 40 yard touchdown interception
[ ] 70 yard punt return            [ ] 60 yard touchdown interception
[ ] 99 yard punt return            [ ] 90 yard touchdown interception

TOUCHDOWN FUMBLE
[ ] 10 yard touchdown fumble
[ ] 25 yard touchdown fumble
[ ] 50 yard touchdown fumble
[ ] 75 yard touchdown fumble

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| [9.1.2] User Game                                                           |
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"User Game Milestones are achieved by racking up big stats both offensively and
defensively within a complete game.

Similar to User Play Milestones, the accomplishments on the field must be
performed by the user at the moment of the action in order to receive credit!

To complete these Milestones, you must play with Quarter Length set between 5
and 8 minutes and default or harder Penalty Options set."
- From the in-game description

                                  ==--==--==

POINTS                             VICTORY MARGIN
[ ] 49 points in a game            [ ] 28 point victory margine in a game
[ ] 63 points in a game            [ ] 35 point victory margine in a game
[ ] 77 points in a game            [ ] 49 point victory margine in a game
[ ] 84 points in a game            [ ] 63 point victory margine in a game

YARDS RUSHING                      YARDS PASSING
[ ] 200 rushing yards in a game    [ ] 375 passing yards in a game
[ ] 275 rushing yards in a game    [ ] 450 passing yards in a game
[ ] 350 rushing yards in a game    [ ] 500 passing yards in a game
[ ] 400 rushing yards in a game    [ ] 600 passing yards in a game

COMPLETIONS                        QB YARDS RUSHING
[ ] 30 completions in a game       [ ] 75 QB rushing yards in a game
[ ] 35 completions in a game       [ ] 100 QB rushing yards in a game
[ ] 40 completions in a game       [ ] 150 QB rushing yards in a game
[ ] 50 completions in a game       [ ] 200 QB rushing yards in a game

TACKLES                            TACKLES FOR LOSS
[ ] 5 tackles in a game            [ ] 5 tackles for a loss in a game
[ ] 15 tackles in a game           [ ] 8 tackles for a loss in a game
[ ] 25 tackles in a game           [ ] 11 tackles for a loss in a game
[ ] 35 tackles in a game           [ ] 15 tackles for a loss in a game

PASSES DEFENDED                    SACKS
[ ] 3 tipped passes in a game      [ ] 3 sacks in a game
[ ] 5 tipped passes in a game      [ ] 5 sacks in a game
[ ] 6 tipped passes in a game      [ ] 7 sacks in a game
[ ] 7 tipped passes in a game      [ ] 9 sacks in a game

INTERCEPTIONS
[ ] 3 interceptions in a game
[ ] 5 interceptions in a game
[ ] 6 interceptions in a game
[ ] 7 interceptions in a game

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| [9.1.3] User Career                                                         |
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"User Career Milestones are based on your entire ESPN NFL 2K5 playing career.
Stats are accumulated across all games played and used to complete these
Milestones.

These milestones also require user control of the player in the action to
receive credit.

There are no Option Settings requirements for these Milestones."
- From the in-game description

                                  ==--==--==

WINS                               YARDS RUSHING
[ ] 25 career wins                 [ ] 2000 career rushing yards
[ ] 50 career wins                 [ ] 4500 career rushing yards
[ ] 100 career wins                [ ] 7500 career rushing yards
[ ] 150 career wins                [ ] 15000 career rushing yards

YARDS PASSING                      SACKS
[ ] 4000 career passing yards      [ ] 25 career sacks
[ ] 8500 career passing yards      [ ] 100 career sacks
[ ] 15000 career passing yards     [ ] 200 career sacks
[ ] 20000 career passing yards     [ ] 300 career sacks

INTERCEPTIONS                      TACKLES
[ ] 25 career interceptions        [ ] 250 career tackles
[ ] 50 career interceptions        [ ] 500 career tackles
[ ] 100 career interceptions       [ ] 750 career tackles
[ ] 150 career interceptions       [ ] 1000 career tackles

POINTS                             TOUCHDOWNS RUNNING
[ ] 500 career points              [ ] 20 career rushing touchdowns
[ ] 1500 career points             [ ] 75 career rushing touchdowns
[ ] 3000 career points             [ ] 150 career rushing touchdowns
[ ] 4500 career points             [ ] 230 career rushing touchdowns

TOUCHDOWNS PASSING                 DEFENSIVE TOUCHDOWNS
[ ] 40 career passing touchdowns   [ ] 20 career defensive touchdowns
[ ] 100 career passing touchdowns  [ ] 30 career defensive touchdowns
[ ] 180 career passing touchdowns  [ ] 40 career defensive touchdowns
[ ] 275 career passing touchdowns  [ ] 50 career defensive touchdowns

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| [9.1.4] Primetime                                                           |
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"Primetime Milestones are for those who laugh in the face of danger!  Check out
the Primetime Milestones list in the User Card to learn what you need to do.

These Milestones are based on the statistical accomplishments of the team, not
mjust the individual user-controlled player.

To complete these Milestones, you must play with Quarter Length set between 5
and 8 minutes and default or harder Penalty Options set."
- From the in-game description

                                  ==--==--==

[ ] Throw a touchdown pass to 6 different players
[ ] Force 7 turnovers
[ ] Pass & rush for 250 & 100 yards with same player
[ ] Rush & receive for 150 yards each with same player
[ ] Accumulate 650 yards of total offense
[ ] Score 6 rushing touchdowns with same player
[ ] Shutout the opposing team
[ ] Commit no turnovers
[ ] Allow 0 or less yards total offense
[ ] No passes dropped by any receiver (15 attempts min)
[ ] Quarterback never sacked (15 pass attempts min)
[ ] Complete 100% of passes thrown (15 attempts min)
[ ] Block a punt
[ ] Block a field goal
[ ] Catch for 150 receiving yards with two different players
[ ] Rush for 100 yards with two different players
[ ] Score 4 defensive touchdowns
[ ] Make 7 field goals
[ ] Score 40 points with a single player
[ ] Grab 8 interceptions
[ ] Catch 20 receptions with a single player
[ ] Throw 7 passing touchdowns with a single player
[ ] Make 47 rushing attempts with a single player
[ ] Complete 22 consecutive completions
[ ] Make 70 passing attempts
[ ] Achieve a perfect QB rating (20 pass attempts min)
[ ] Complete 45 passes
[ ] Score 3 safeties
[ ] Comeback from 32 point deficit to win
[ ] Catch for 336 receiving yards with a single player
[ ] Grab 4 interceptions with a single player
[ ] Get 12 sacks
[ ] Get 39 first downs
[ ] Allow 0 completions
[ ] Outscore the opposing offense with defensive points

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| [9.1.5] Franchise                                                           |
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"Franchise Milestones are achieved in Franchise Mode by the team you've
assigned to your VIP.

These Milestones are based on the statistical and win/loss record
accomplishments of both individuals on your team as well as the team as a
whole.

There are no Option Settings requireents for these Milestones and they may also
be achieved in Simulation Mode."
- From the in-game description

                                  ==--==--==

[ ] 176 points scored by a single player
[ ] 26 touchdowns scored by a single player
[ ] 2,105 yards rushing by a single player
[ ] Fourteen 100 yard rushing games by a single player
[ ] Four 200 yard rushing games by a single player
[ ] 25 rushing touchdowns by a single player
[ ] 691 pass attempts by a single player
[ ] 418 completed passes by a single player
[ ] 70.55% completion by a single player (225 min attempts)
[ ] 5,084 yards passing by a single player
[ ] 48 passing touchdowns by a single player
[ ] Ten 300 yard passing games by a single player
[ ] Four 400 yard passing games by a single player
[ ] Six consecutive 300 yard passing games by a single player
[ ] 143 receptions by a single player
[ ] 1,848 yards receiving by a single player
[ ] Eleven 100 yard receiving games by a single player
[ ] Three 200 yard receiving games by a single player
[ ] 22 receiving touchdowns by a single player
[ ] 14 interceptions by a single player
[ ] 4 touchdown interceptions by a single player
[ ] 22.5 sacks by a single player
[ ] 39 field goals by a single player
[ ] 556 points by a team
[ ] Two 1,000 yard rushers on a team
[ ] Win 25 consecutive games
[ ] Win the AFC Championship
[ ] Win the NFC Championship
[ ] Win the Pro Bowl
[ ] Win the Super Bowl
[ ] Win 2 consecutive Super Bowls
[ ] Win 3 consecutive Super Bowls
[ ] Appear in 4 consecutive Super Bowls
[ ] Win 5 Super Bowls
[ ] The Perfect Season

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| [9.1.6] Player                                                              |
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"Player Milestones are completed by having impressive performances with marquee
players in the league.

These Milestones each require more statistical achievements within a game by a
specific player to complete.

To complete these Milestones, you must play with Quarter Length set between 5
and 8 minutes and default or harder Penalty Options set."
- From the in-game description

                                  ==--==--==

[ ] Anquan Boldin: 217 receiving yards
[ ] Antwaan Randle-El: 1 special teams TD, 1 receiving TD
[ ] Brian Uriacher: 1 sack, 1 interception, 1 forced funble
[ ] Byron Leftwich: no turnovers (25 attempts min)
[ ] Chad Pennington: 450 passing yards, 70.3% completion
[ ] Champ Bailey: 2 interception TDs
[ ] Charles Rogers: 150 receiving yards, no drops
[ ] Clinton Portis: 175 rushing yards, 4 TDs
[ ] Corey Dillon: 295 rushing yards
[ ] Courtney Brown: 3 tkls for loss, 1 forced fumble, 1 def TD
[ ] Daunte Culpepper: 250 pass yds, 150 rush yds, no fumbles
[ ] Dante Hall: 2 special teams TDs
[ ] David Carr: never sacked (25 attempts min)
[ ] Derrick Brooks: 2 defensive TDs
[ ] Deuce McAllister: 222 rushing yards, 2 TDs
[ ] Donovan McNabb: 4 passing TDs, 2 rushing TDs
[ ] Eric Moulds: 10 receptions, 150 receiving yards, 3TDs
[ ] Jason Elam: 63 yard field goal
[ ] Jason Taylor: 3 sacks, 2 forced fumbles
[ ] Jeremy Shockey: 11 receptions, no drops
[ ] Jevon Kears: 4 sacks, 1 forced fumble
[ ] Julius Peppers: 6 sacks
[ ] Ladanian Tomlinson: 2 receiving TDs, 2 rushing TDs
[ ] Marshall Faulk: 200 rushing yards, 100 receiving yards
[ ] Michael Vick: 250 rushing yards
[ ] Peyton Manning: 6 passing TDs
[ ] Phillip Buchanon: 1 interception TD, 1 punt return TD
[ ] Ray Lewis: 15 tackles, 2 sacks, 1 forced fumble
[ ] Roy Williams: 3 created turnovers
[ ] Shaun Alexander: 5 TDs in first half
[ ] Terrell Owens: 150 yds after catch, no fumbles, no drops
[ ] Tom Brady: 85.0% completion (25 attempts min)

If you're like me and don't know too much about football, and don't know what
teams the above players are on, you'll find them here.

PLAYER                   TEAM
******************************
Anquan Boldin            Arizona Cardinals
Antwaan Randle-El        Pittsburgh Steelers
Brian Uriacher           Chicago Bears
Byron Leftwich           Jacksonville Jaguars
Chad Pennington          New York Jets
Champ Bailey             Denver Broncos
Charles Rogers           Detroit Lions
Clinton Portis           Washington Redskins
Corey Dillon             New England Patriots
Courtney Brown           Cleveland Browns
Daunte Culpepper         Minnesota Vikings
Dante Hall               Kansas City Chiefs
David Carr               Houston Texans
Derrick Brooks           Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Deuce McAllister         New Orleans Saints
Donovan McNabb           Philadelphia Eagles
Eric Moulds              Buffalo Bills
Jason Elam               Denver Broncos
Jason Taylor             Miami Dolphins
Jeremy Shockey           New York Giants
Jevon Kearse             Philadelphia Eagles
Julius Peppers           Carolina Panthers
Ladanian Tomlinson       San Diego Chargers
Marshall Faulk           St. Louis Rams
Michael Vick             Atlanta Falcons
Peyton Manning           Indianapolis Colts
Phillip Buchanon         Oakland Raiders
Ray Lewis                Baltimore Ravens
Roy Williams             Dallas Cowboys
Shaun Alexander          Seattle Seahawks
Terrell Owens            Philadelphia Eagles
Tom Brady                New England Patriots

Thanks to Nick G. for submitting the teams for me.  Also a thanks to Robert L.
for sending the same info (in .RTF format, too!)

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| [9.1.7] Team                                                                |
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"Team Milestones make you take on some of the toughest NFL teams in history, as
well as pull off victories using less formidable squads.

These milestones require you to win or beat a specified team often with
specific requirements on uniform, weather, and location.

You must play with current-day NFL teams only, with Quarter Length set between
5 and 8 minutes and default or harder Penalty Options set."
- From the in-game description

                                  ==--==--==

[ ] Win a road game with the Cardinals
[ ] Win a road game with the Raiders
[ ] Win a road game with the Lions
[ ] Beat the Patriots at New England in the snow
[ ] Beat the Rams at St. Lous
[ ] Beat the Chiefs at Kansas City at night
[ ] Beat the Seahawks at Seattle
[ ] Beat the Packers at Green Bay in heavy snow
[ ] Beat the Dolphins at Miama with Orange Alt. Jerseys
[ ] Beat the Falcons at Atlanta with Red Alt. Jerseys
[ ] Beat the AFC Pro Bowl team
[ ] Beat the NFC Pro Bowl team
[ ] Beat the All NFL team at Aloha Stadium
[ ] Beat the '72 Dolphins
[ ] Beat the '83 Raiders
[ ] Beat the '85 Bears in heavy snow
[ ] Beat the '02 Buccaneers at Tampa Bay
[ ] Shutout the '94 49ers at San Francisco
[ ] Shutout the '98 Vikings at Minnesota
[ ] Shutout the '99 Rams

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| [9.1.8] Menu                                                                |
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"Menu Milestones require you become familiar with all the features of ESPN NFL
2K5.  Think of it as a virtual scavenger hunt!

For the Difficulty-based Milestones within this group, you must play with
Quarter Length set between 5 and 8 minutes and default or harder Penalty
Options set."
- From the in-game description

                                  ==--==--==

[ ] ESPN, the worldwide leader in sports
      Watch the ESPN preview video found under EXTRAS
[ ] Manual?  There's a Manual?
      Enter the in-game manual (you don't have to read it all)
[ ] Check your References
      Enter the in-game reference guide (you don't have to read it all)
[ ] Party in the endzone!  Let's dance
      Enter the celebration component under FEATURES
[ ] Setup the Music for your house
      Enter the stadium music component under FEATURES
[ ] Nothing like a good Scrimmage
      Play a quick scrimmage
[ ] Looks like we got a Situation on our hands
      Play a situation
[ ] Become a Franchise player
      Start a franchise
[ ] Will history repeat itself?
      Enter the 25th Anniversary feature under GAME MODES
[ ] Players, made to order
      Create a player
[ ] Team up and play
      Create a team
[ ] Get the full First Person experience
      Play a full game of first person football
[ ] Toe to toe with a Celebrity
      Play and win against a celebrity
[ ] The Turorials are your friend
      Complete all the tutorials
[ ] A Quarter Century of greatness!
      Complete all 25th Anniversary situations
[ ] Blast the Bracket
      Create and win a tournament
[ ] Play like a Pro
      Win a game on Pro difficulty
[ ] All Pro, no problem
      Win a game on All-Pro difficulty
[ ] Better than the Legends?
      Win a game on Legend difficulty

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| [9.1.9] Fantasy Points                                                      |
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The following can be done over and over to gain multiple points.  For example,
if you were to beat the CPU on Legend difficulty, you'd get the points for that
milestone, but you'd only get them once, and further games will yield nothing.
The following are things you can do in every game to earn points, no matter how
many milestones you have.  Sort of like earning Madden Points by completing
takss over and over in the Madden games.

Offensive Touchdowns (20 pts each)
Special Teams Touchdowns (40 pts each)
2pt Conversions (5 pts each)
Rushing Yards (1 pt per 2)
Passing Yards (1 pt per 4)
Completions (1 pt each)
Carries (1 pt each)
Intercepted (-2 pts each)
Fumbles Lost (-2 pts each)
50+ Yard Field Goals Made (5 pts each)
40-49 Yard Field Goals Made (4 pts each)
40 Less Yard Field Goals Made (3 pts each)
Extra Points (2 pts each)
40 Less Yard Field Goals Missed (-2 pts each)
40-49 Less Yard Field Goals Missed (-1 pts each)
Punt Return Yards (1 pt per 5)
Kick Return Yards (1 pt per 10)
Defensive Touchdowns (40 pts each)
Safeties Scored (20 pts each)
Interceptions (10 pts each)
Fumbles Recovered (10 pts each)
Field Goal Blocks (25 pts each)
Punt Blocks (25 pts each)
Sacks (5 pts each)
Passes Defended (5 pts each)
Tackles (1 pt per 2)
Fumbles Forced (10 pts each)
Rushing Yards Allowed (100-RYA)/10
Passing Yards Allowed (250-PYA)/25
Punt Return Yards Allowed (100-PRYA)/10
Kick Return Yards Allowed (150-KRYA)/20
Points Allowed (30-PA)

                                  ==--==--==

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| [9.2] Unlocking the Catalog                                                 |
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Before you read this section, you should know that NONE OF THESE ARE FOOLPROOF
METHODS OF UNLOCKING CATALOGS.  As far as I, or the majority of people know,
there hasn't been an "official" way of unlocking the catalogs, so I put
together this section, which has methods people have used to unlock catalogs,
and e-mailed to me.  It could also be a combination of the following, but
nothing is certain.  So again, if you do something here but don't get a catalog
unlocked, it's not your fault, mine, or the people who e-mailed me these
methods.  Feel free to place all the blame on Visual Concepts for not telling
us how!  If you've got an idea of how to unlock catalogs, send it to me.

New catalog every 5,000 points
Random intervals, you unlock one whenever
New catalog every 5% of crib completion

*Thanks to tranman54 for pointing out some methods of unlocking catalogs that
 were false.

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| [9.3] Crib Items                                                            |
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The following is a list of all the Crib items you can buy.  You will see the
name of the item, it's description, and price.  Items are listed by the catalog
they belong to, so if you're looking for a specific item but are unsure of what
catalog it belongs to, this section can help you.  Item descriptions are taken
from in-game.

Whenever you see the cost as "## per team", it means there are multiple items
of that one specific item, each for one of the 32 NFL teams.  For example, if
you wanted to buy Team Parking Sign A for the Atlanta Falcons, Oakland Raiders
and Carolina Panthers, you'd have to buy three of them for a total of 150, 50
each.

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Team Parking Sign A
Cost: 50 per team

This metallic parking sign offers reserved parking areas for fans of the
selected teams.

==--==--==

Ruby Red Rug
Cost: 60

The ruby red rug has been woven with 100% heatset Olefin pile and has been
finished with authentic antique-style fringe.

==--==--==

Wooden Wall Clock
Cost: 70

This wooden wall clock has an extremely unique design, but you're going to have
trouble telling the exact time on it.

==--==--==

Purple Bar Lights
Cost: 100

These purple bar lights accent the atmosphere of the bar and increases the
happiness of its owner.

==--==--==

Simple End Table
Cost: 100

This pine end table has a very simple design and features a natural finish to
its wood.

==--==--==

Team Bar Lights
Cost: 110 per team

Spice up the bar with a set of bar lights themed off of your favorite NFL team.

==--==--==

Simple Coffee Table
Cost: 140

This pine-based coffee table features a natural finish and a very simple, yet
elegant, design.

==--==--==

Bamberger Sofa
Cost: 200

THis budget conscious sofa from our Bamberger collection will transform your
living room into a space that feels both friendly and cozy.

==--==--==

Lowback Sofa
Cost: 210

This basic lowback sofa has a very simple design but is both highly durable and
extremely comfortable.

==--==--==

Team Logo Poster
Cost: 240 per team

This set of team logo posters in 24" x 36" and features a large stylized logo
of your favorite team.

==--==--==

Player Poster A
Cost: 250 per player

This set of player posters is 24" x 36" and is the perfect addition to your
sports wall-of-fame.

==--==--==

Player Poster B
Cost: 250 per player

This set of player posters is 24" x 36" and is the perfect addition to your
sports wall-of-fame.

==--==--==

Player Poster C
Cost: 250 per player

This set of player posters is 24" x 36" and is the perfect addition to your
sports wall-of-fame.

==--==--==

Team Sofa
Cost: 270 per team

This extra comfy sofa comes in the colors of your favorite NFL team and comes
with pillows fitted with a sewn on team logo.

==--==--==

Bamberger Chair
Cost: 300

This sofa arm chair from our budget-priced Bamberger collection adds a cozy
feel to your living space without killing your wallet.

==--==--==

Lowback Chair
Cost: 310

This blue lowback chair has a very simple style but offers a tremendous amount
of comfort at a very reasonable price.

==--==--==

Chris Berman Poster
Cost: 400

A limited collectors edition poster featuring the Swami, Chris Berman.

==--==--==

Champ Bailey Bobblehead
Cost: 550

Interactive bobblehead figure for the newly added shutdown corner for the
Denver Broncos, Champ Bailey!  Collect all 32 figures to complete
your collection!

==--==--==

Dante Hall Bobblehead
Cost: 550

Interactive bobblehead figure for the Chiefs' special teams superstar, Dante
Hall!  Collect all 32 figures to complete
your collection!

==--==--==

Charles Woodson Bobblehead
Cost: 550

Interactive bobblehead figure for one of the most dominant corners in the
league, the Raiders' Charles Woodson!  Collect all 32 figures to complete
your collection!

==--==--==

Ladainian Tomlinson Bobblehead
Cost: 550

Interactive bobblehead figure for one of the league's best all around running
backs, the Chargers' Ladainian Tomlinson!  Collect all 32 figures to complete
your collection!

==--==--==

Soundtrack: Aceyalone
Cost: 1,400

A fine selection of music from Aceyalone including the tracks Deep And Wide,
Ace Cowboy, and Superstar.

==--==--==

Movie: ESPN NFL Football Intro
Cost: 1,500

The classic intro movie to last year's version of ESPN NFL Football.  Watch it
on your TV in the Boom Boom Room.

==--==--==

Free Agent: Chris Berman
Cost: 1,700

Buy this item to unlock Chris Berman as a Fantasy Free Agent for use in the
game.

==--==--==

Movie: "Coffee Filters"
Cost: 1,900

A classic Sportscenter commercial -- "Coffee Filters" -- that can be viewed on
the television in your Boom Boom Room.

==--==--==

Chris Berman's Team
Cost: 2,200

Buy this item to unlock Chris Berman's secret fantasy team, the Swamis.

==--==--==

Celebration: The Bullseye
Cost: 3,000

Buy this celebration for use with ESPN NFL 2K5's user-selectable celebrations
component that can be found in the game's Features menu.

==--==--==

Movie: Chris Berman Interview
Cost: 3,000

A movie featuring an interview with the Swami, Chris Berman.  Watch it on the
TV in your Boom Boom Room.

==--==--==

Always Fumble Cheat
Cost: 3,500

The ball will be fumbled with each and every hit.  You better slide or go out
of bounds if you're playing with this baby turned on.

==--==--==

Trivia Machine
Cost: 8,500

Test your wits and general football knowledge with this bar-mounted trivia
machine.

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| [9.3.2] Gridiron Catalog                                                    |
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Classic Rug
Cost: 60

This classic rug was hand tufted in China from fine wool with natural silk
highlights.

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Garden Rug
Cost: 60

This garden rug was created with the most advanced technology available in
heat-set polypropylene and offers a super-dense weave and soft luxurious
finish.

==--==--==

Classic Coffee Table
Cost: 110

This classic coffee table features solid rubberwood construction, a natural
finish and a very classic style.

==--==--==

Classic Ceiling Fan
Cost: 120

This classic ceiling fan marries turn-of-the-century appeal and modern
convenience and performance.

==--==--==

Classic Credenza
Cost: 130

This classic credenza has a natrual finish and features solid rubberwood
construction.

==--==--==

Classic Bar Stools
Cost: 150

These chrome-finished bar strools are fitted with a seating pad with a vinyl
finish.

==--==--==

Classic Coffee Table
Cost: 150

This classically-styled coffee table offers solid rubberwood construction and a
natural finish.

==--==--==

Team Pennant A
Cost: 170 per team

These wool-blend pennants feature the jersey number and player name of a
specific star for each of the 32 NFL teams.

==--==--==

Team Pennant B
Cost: 170 per team

These wool-blend pennants feature the jersey number and player name of a
specific star for each of the 32 NFL teams.

==--==--==

Team Pennant C
Cost: 170 per team

These wool-blend pennants feature the jersey number and player name of a
specific star for each of the 32 NFL teams.

==--==--==

Team Banner B
Cost: 200 per team

This small officially licensed small team banner is made with weather-resistant
heavyweight nylon with reinforced metal grommets and is available for all 32
NFL teams.

==--==--==

Team Banner C
Cost: 200 per team

This small officially licensed small team banner is made with weather-resistant
heavyweight nylon with reinforced metal grommets and is available for all 32
NFL teams.

==--==--==

Papasan Sofa
Cost: 220

This papasan sofa has a blue cushion made with the finest available fabric and
filled with crushed poly fiber for extra comfort.

==--==--==

Team Banner A
Cost: 300 per team

This large, officially licensed large team banner comes in flavors for all 32
NFL teams.  A perfect gift for diehard fans wanting to show off their team
pride.

==--==--==

Papasan Sofa Chair
Cost: 320

This papasan sofa chair has a blue cushion made with the finest available
fabric and filled with crushed poly fiber for extra comfort.

==--==--==

Sporty Recliner
Cost: 400

This sporty recliner can liven up any room that it's a part of.  It's comfy,
stylish and comes in a beautiful blood red color.

==--==--==

XLR8R Cover Poster 1
Cost: 420

A special edition poster based on a cover from XLR8R magazine.

==--==--==

XLR8R Cover Poster 2
Cost: 420

A special edition poster based on a cover from XLR8R magazine.

==--==--==

XLR8R Cover Poster 3
Cost: 420

A special edition poster based on a cover from XLR8R magazine.

==--==--==

XLR8R Cover Poster 4
Cost: 420

A special edition poster based on a cover from XLR8R magazine.

==--==--==

Basic Theater Seating
Cost: 420

This basic set of theater-styled seats will fit three adults comfortably in
your Boom Boom Room.

==--==--==

Anaquan Boldin Bobblehead
Cost: 550

Interactive bobblehead figure for Cardinals' receiving sensation Anquan Boldin!
Collect all 32 figures to complete your collection!

==--==--==

Torry Holt Bobblehead
Cost: 550

Interactive bobblehead figure for the St. Louis Rams' playmaking and game
changing receiver, Torry Holt!  Collect all 32 figures to complete your
collection!

==--==--==

Julian Peterson Bobblehead
Cost: 550

Interactive bobblehead figure for the 49ers' defensive leader and dominating
linebacker, Julian Peterson!  Collect all 32 figures to complete your
collection!

==--==--==

Shaun Alexander Bobblehead
Cost: 550

Interactive bobblehead figure for the Seahawks' running back extraordinaire,
Shaun Alexander!  Collect all 32 figures to complete your collection!

==--==--==

Basic Color Television
Cost: 700

This 27" flat tube projection television offers an affordable way to watch your
movies and sports.

==--==--==

Soundtrack: Concept
Cost: 1,400

A fine selection of music from Concept including the tracks Gothic Voices,
Angel Of Truth, and Evolution!

==--==--==

Movie: "DVD is Fine"
Cost: 1,900

A classic Sportscenter commercial -- "DVD is Fine" -- that can be viewed on the
television in your Boom Boom Room.

==--==--==

Celebration: The The Bank
Cost: 3,000

Buy this celebration for use with ESPN NFl 2K5's user-selectable Celebrations
component that can be found in the game's Features menu.

==--==--==

Never Drop Cheat
Cost: 3,500

Your receivers will all have sticky fingers if you use this cheat and they'll
never drop a pass that hits their hands.

==--==--==

Aloha Stadium
Cost: 4,300

Buy this item to unlock the beautiful Aloha stadium for use in ESPN NFL 2K5.

==--==--==

LED Ticker
Cost: 7,500

A programmable and fully-working LED ticker.  Type in a phrase -- any phrase --
and let the world see it scroll on by.

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| [9.3.3] NFL @ Home Catalog                                                  |
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Street Sign
Cost: 40 per team

This plastic sign measures approximately 4" x 20" and is ideal for indoor or
outdoor display.

==--==--==

Interstate Sign
Cost: 50 per team

This durable plastic interstate sign is perfect for those looking to decorate
their room to befit their fandom.

==--==--==

Team Parking Sign B
Cost: 50 per team

This metallic parking sign warns those not loyal to your team that their booty
will be towed if they park where they're not wanted.

==--==--==

Contemporary Rug
Cost: 60

This contemporary rug is made of the finest quality wools of New Zealand.

==--==--==

Country Rug
Cost: 60

This stylish country rug is made in America with 100% premium wool.  Its
durability is unmatched and its style has no peers.

*Cost sent in by Nintendo4603

==--==--==

Contemporary Wall Clock
Cost: 70

This contemporary wall clock features not only an hour and a minute hand, but
also a second hand.

*Cost sent in by Nintendo4603

==--==--==

Country Wall Clock
Cost: 70

This wall clock will make your guests think you're a dork.  Then again, if you
buy this clock you probably don't have many people over.

==--==--==

Island Bar Lights
Cost: 100

These tubular bar lights help bring an Pacific Islands feel to your home and
bar.

==--==--==

Contemporary End Table
Cost: 120

This contemporary end table features a smudge-proof glass top that helps bring
a modern style to your living space.

==--==--==

Contemporary Ceiling Fan
Cost: 130

This contemporary fan with graphite blades and halogen lighting appeals to many
tastes and brings a modern and fresh feel to your home.

==--==--==

Contemporary Console Table
Cost: 130

This contemporary console table features a black-stained wood finish and helps
bring a modern look to your home.

==--==--==

Contemporary Credenza
Cost: 140

This contemporary credenza will help bring a modern look to whichever room you
place it in.

==--==--==

Lighted Bar Sign
Cost: 150 per team

A back-lit bar sign fitted with the logo of your favorite NFL team.

==--==--==

Contemporary Coffee Table
Cost: 160

This contemporary glass coffee table will give your room an ultra modern and
clean look.

==--==--==

Cube Ottoman
Cost: 250

This handsome tailored piece is covered in a cotton/poly damask fabric replete
with stain guard protection.

==--==--==

Justice Sofa
Cost: 260

This stylish sofa from our Justice Collection is more about style than it is
about substance.  It's for the ballers that talk a better game than they play
it.

==--==--==

Justice Arm Chair
Cost: 350

This arm chair from our infamous Justice collection will bring an absurd amount
of style and fashion to your home but at the loss of comfort and functionality.

==--==--==

Steve-O Poster
Cost: 450

A limited collectors edition poster featuring the rarely fully-clothed Steve-O.

==--==--==

Domanick Davis Bobblhead
Cost: 550

Interactive bobblehead figure for the up and coming runningback star for the
Houston Texans, Domanick Davis!  Collect all 32 figures to complete your
collection!

==--==--==

Peyton Manning Bobblehead
Cost: 550

Interactive bobblehead figure for the Colts' franchise quarterback, Peyton
Manning!  Collect all 32 figures to complete your collection!

==--==--==

Fred Taylor Bobblehead
Cost: 550

Interactive bobblehead figure for the elusive and bruising back for the
Jaguars, Fred Taylor!  Collect all 32 figures to complete your collection!

==--==--==

Steve McNair Bobblehead
Cost: 550

Interactive bobblehead figure for the toughest quarterback in the league, the
Titans' Steve McNair!  Collect all 32 figures to complete your collection!

==--==--==

Soundtrack: J. Boogie
Cost: 1,400

A fine selection of music from J. Boogie including the tracks Try Me, Golden
Nectar, and Le Sengre.

==--==--==

Movie: NFL2K3 Intro
Cost: 1,450

The classic intro movie to NFL2K3.  Watch it on your TV in the Boom Boom Room.

==--==--==

Free Agent: Steve-O
Cost: 1,700

Buy this item to unlock Steve-O as a Fantasy Free Agent for use in the game.

==--==--==

Movie: "Perfect Vase"
Cost: 1,900

A classic Sportscenter commercial -- "Perfect Vase" -- that can be viewed on
the television in your Boom Boom Room.

==--==--==

Steve-O's Team
Cost: 2,200

Buy this item to unlock Steve-O's secret fantasy team, the DreamTeam.

==--==--==

Celebration: The Lazy Patch
Cost: 3,000

Buy this celebration for use with ESPN NFL 2K5's user-selectable Celebrations
component that can be found in the game's Features menu.

==--==--==

Movie: Steve-O Interview
Cost: 3,000

A movie featuring an interview with the wild and almost certifiably insane
Steve-O.  Watch it on the TV in your Boom Boom Room.

==--==--==

Unlimited Charge Cheat
Cost: 3,500

The Charge meter will be filled to the max at all times and all your special
moves will be supercharged when this cheat is active.

==--==--==

ESPN Stadium
Cost: 4,300

Buy this item to unlock the exclusive ESPN stadium for use in ESPN NFL 2K5.

==--==--==

Dart Machine
Cost: 11,000

Challenge your dearest friends, evilest of enemies or even the dreaded CPU in a
game of darts after you add this item to your crib.

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| [9.3.4] Turf And Dome Catalog                                               |
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Sleek Rug
Cost: 60

This sleek hand-carved rug is made of soft, resilient, easy care 100% premium
nylon to provide durability to go along with its modern style.

==--==--==

Animal Print Rug
Cost: 70

This stunning animal print rug has been hand-crafted in India with 100%
semi-worsted wool and has been double washed.

==--==--==

Sleek Wall Clock
Cost: 70

This sleek wall clock is one of the few you'll find in our stores that actually
has numbers on it to help you tell the time.

==--==--==

Green Bar Lights
Cost: 100

These green bar lights will help make visitors feel at home when sitting at
your bar.

==--==--==

Corporate End Table
Cost: 130

This corporate end table is built with sturdy rubberwood and will help set a
professional atmosphere in any room where it's placed.

==--==--==

Traditional Ceiling Fan
Cost: 140

This traditional fan features a fresh design that is well-suited for both
traditional and transitional room settings.

==--==--==

Corporate Credenza
Cost: 150

This corporate credenza will help bring a business-like atmosphere to your home
with its professional look and sturdy design.

==--==--==

Team Photo A
Cost: 150 per team

The Abe Navarro photo collection features stunning action shots captured for
all 32 NFL teams.

==--==--==

Team Photo B
Cost: 150 per team

The Rick Brown photo collection features breathtaking snapshots of live game
action for all 32 NFL teams.

==--==--==

Team Photo C
Cost: 150 per team

The Brandon Justice photo collection features intense close-up snaps of players
for all 32 NFL teams.

==--==--==

Team Photo D
Cost: 150 per team

The Matt Underwood photo collection features dazzling up close photographs of
intense NFL action for all 32 teams.

==--==--==

Corporate Coffee Table
Cost: 170

This sturdy rubberwood coffee table will help bring a more business-like and
professional feel to your living space.

==--==--==

Thorndale Sofa
Cost: 280

This purple chenille sofa from our Thorndale collection is loaded with fun
features including dual massage and hidden storage in the arms.

==--==--==

Thorndale Arm Chair
Cost: 380

This modern arm chair with purple finish is wrapped in a cozy chenille
upholstery and is loaded with fun features including dual massage and hidden
storage in the arms.

==--==--==

Suzy Kolber Poster
Cost: 400

A limited collectors edition poster featuring the lovable Suzy Kolber.

==--==--==

Lounge Recliner
Cost: 410

This recliner is perfect for those just looking to sit back and chill, while
letting the stress of the world just fly on by.

==--==--==

Deluxe Theater Seating
Cost: 440

This u-shaped set of theater seats will seat a large group of friends with
style and comfort.

==--==--==

Michael Vick Bobblehead
Cost: 550

Interactive bobblehead figure for the Atlanta Falcons' incomparable Michael
Vick!  Collect all 32 figures to complete your collection!

==--==--==

Stephen Davis Bobblehead
Cost: 550

Interactive bobblehead figure for the Panthers' power running back, Stephen
Davis!  Collect all 32 figures to complete your collection!

==--==--==

Deuce McAllister Bobblehead
Cost: 550

Interactive bobblehead figure for the undisputed leader of the Saints' offense,
Deuce McAllister!  Collect all 32 figures to complete your collection!

==--==--==

Derrick Brooks Bobblehead
Cost: 550

Interactive bobblehead figure for one of the NFL's best defensive players, the
Bucs' Derrick Brooks!  Collect all 32 figures to complete your collection!

==--==--==

Soundtrack: Outtakes #1
Cost: 1,200

A set of four outtakes from the making of ESPN NFL Football featuring bloopers
from Dan Stevens and Peter O'Keefe.

==--==--==

Soundtrack: Outtakes #2
Cost: 1,200

A set of four outtakes from the making of ESPN NFL Football featuring bloopers
from Dan Stevens and Peter O'Keefe.

==--==--==

Soundtrack: Outtakes #3
Cost: 1,200

A set of four outtakes from the making of ESPN NFL Football featuring bloopers
from Dan Stevens and Peter O'Keefe.

==--==--==

Widescreen Projection TV
Cost: 1,400

This 48" widescreen projection TV delivers a low cost solution for those
looking for top picture quality.

==--==--==

Movie: NFL2K2 Intro
Cost: 1,450

The classic intro movie to NFL2K2.  Watch it on your TV in the Boom Boom Room.

==--==--==

Movie: "Rally Monkey"
Cost: 1,900

A classic Sportscenter commercial -- "Recycle" -- that can be viewed on the
television in your Boom Boom Room.

==--==--==

Team Electric Guitar
Cost: 2,000 per team

Available in styles befitting your favorite NFL team, this electric guitar is
the ultimate display item to pimp out your crib.

==--==--==

Suzy Kolber's Team
Cost: 2,200

Buy this item to unlock Suzy Kolber's secret fantasy team, the Hammerheads.

==--==--==

Celebration: Let's Get Rolling
Cost: 3,000

Buy this celebration for use with ESPN NFL 2K5's user-selectable Celebrations
component that can be found in the game's Features menu.

==--==--==

Power Pocket Cheat
Cost: 3,500

Use this cheat if you're feeling a little rushed in the pocket, as it'll
increase the effectiveness of your pass blockers.

==--==--==

Super Bowl 2005 Stadium
Cost: 4,300

Buy this item to unlock the Super Bowl 2005 stadium for use in ESPN NFL 2K5.

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Mean Green Rug
Cost: 60

The mean green rug is a one-of-a-kind rug that has been hand-crafted in Belgium
with 100% Olefin pile.

==--==--==

Hemp Rug
Cost: 70

This basically-styled rug has been hand-woven in India with 100% natural hemp.

==--==--==

Funky Wall Clock
Cost: 70

This oddly styled wall clock is a one-of-a-kind invention that can't be found
anywhere else in the universe.

==--==--==

Office Bar Lights
Cost: 100

These office-styled bar lights help bring a more business-like atmosphere to
your bar.

==--==--==

Maple Console Table
Cost: 140

This sturdy rectangular wood console table features a solid maple finish and
rustic design.

==--==--==

Maple End Table
Cost: 140

This solidly built end table has been made with a solid maple finish and is
built with long-term durability in mind.

==--==--==

Maple Credenza
Cost: 160

This end table offers long-term durability and a solid maple finish to go along
with a classic design.

==--==--==

Maple Coffee Table
Cost: 180

This sturdy rectangular wood coffee table features a solid maple finish and
rustic design.

==--==--==

Rectangle Ottoman
Cost: 250

This elegant tailored piece is covered in a sexy blue cotton/poly damask fabric
and a padded cushion that provides unmatched comfort.

==--==--==

NFL 2K2 Poster
Cost: 260

The official poster for SEGA SPORTS NFL2K2 featuring cover athlete Randy Moss.

==--==--==

NFL 2K3 Poster
Cost: 260

Tge official poster for SEGA SPORTS NFL 2K3 featuring cover athlete Brian
Urlacher.

==--==--==

ESPN NFL Football Poster
Cost: 260

The official poster for ESPN NFL Football featuring cover athlete Warren Sapp.

==--==--==

ESPN NFL 2K5 Poster
Cost: 260

The official poster for ESPN NFL 2K5 featuring cover athlete Terrell Owens.

==--==--==

Zdyrko Sofa
Cost: 290

This gaudy brown sofa from our Zdyrko collection is built to withstand the
weight of an entire NFL offensive line while repelling any stains that may try
to damage it.

==--==--==

Zdyrko Arm Chair
Cost: 400

This padded arm chair from our Zdyrko collection is one of the most durable
you'll find in our store.  It is completely stain resistant and can withstand a
load of up to two tons.

==--==--==

Jamie Kennedy Poster
Cost: 450

A limited collectors edition poster featuring the comedic stylings of Jamie
Kennedy.

==--==--==

Team Game Ball C
Cost: 500 per team

This game ball comes with its own elegant display case and features your
favorite team's logo on an authentic game ball.

==--==--==

Team Game Ball D
Cost: 500 per team

This game ball comes with its own elegant display case and features a
multi-colored ball with your team's logo and name displayed on top.

==--==--==

Team Game Ball A
Cost: 550 per team

This game ball comes with its own elegant display case and features autographs
of all 11 offensive starters on your favorite team.

==--==--==

Team Game Ball B
Cost: 550

This game ball comes with its own elegant display case and features autographs
of all 11 defensive starters on your favorite team.

==--==--==

Soundtrack: PA Hits Electronica
Cost: 1,300

A selection of electronica PA Hits including the tracks Aw Yaz, Code Breaker,
Dance It, and Tizaziz.

==--==--==

Movie: NFL2K1 Intro
Cost: 1,450

The classic intro movie to the legendary NFL2K1.  Watch it on your TV in the
Boom Boom Room.

==--==--==

Free Agent: Jamie Kennedy
Cost: 1,700

Buy this item to unlock Jamie Kennedy as a Fantasy Free Agent for use in the
game.

==--==--==

Movie: "Recycle"
Cost: 1,900

A classic Sportscenter commercial -- "Recycle" -- that can be viewed on the
television in your Boom Boom Room.

==--==--==

Jamie Kennedy's Team
Cost: 2,200

Buy this item to unlock Jamie Kennedy's secret fantasy team, the Cheesesteaks.

==--==--==

Celebration: Namu Navarro
Cost: 3,000

Buy this celebration for use with ESPN NFL 2K5's user-selectable Celebrations
component that can be found in the game's Features menu.

==--==--==

Movie: Jamie Kennedy Interview
Cost: 3,000

A movie featuring an interview with the comedic wild man, Jamie Kennedy.  Watch
it on the TV in your Boom Boom Room.

==--==--==

Powerful Kicking Cheat
Cost: 3,500

A cheat for the cheaters in all of us that'll give your kick a substantial
increase in leg strength.

==--==--==

Super Bowl 2006 Stadium
Cost: 4,300

Buy this item to unlock the Super Bowl 2006 stadium for use in ESPN NFL 2K5.

==--==--==

Paper Football Table
Cost: 10,500

A specially hand-crafted oak table with a football field displayed on top for
use in ultra-competitive paper football games.

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| [9.3.6] Tail Gater Catalog                                                  |
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Team Frosted Mug
Cost : 50 per team

A frosted mug that's available in varieties for all 32 NFL teams.

==--==--==

Eastern Rug
Cost : 70

This eastern rug is beautifully detailed to evoke a classic fashion appeal and
is made with richly textured 100% wool pile.

==--==--==

Modern Wall Clock
Cost: 70

This modern wall clock will show your friends that you have a great sense of
style.

==--==--==

Marine Wall Clock
Cost : 70

This marine-themed wall clock no only looks cool, but it also runs on nuclear
fusion so it's very high-tech.

==--==--==

Team Helmet Mug
Cost : 80 per team

Holds the liquirds or just sites there on display to showcase your fandom.
Available in styles for all 32 NFL teams.

==--==--==

Team Mug
Cost : 90 per team

A standard mug that's available for all 32 NFL teams.

==--==--==

Industrial Bar Lights
Cost : 100

These heavy duty industrial bar lights with halogen bulbs offer the ultimate
accessory to any potentially rowdy bar.

==--==--==

Team Helmet Lamp
Cost : 100

It lightens up your room and shows your team spirit at the same time.
Available in styles for all 32 NFL teams.

==--==--==

Modern End Table
Cost : 150

This solid oak end table brings home a modern look and styling.

==--==--==

Backless Swivel Bar Stools
Cost : 180

These backless swivel bar stools are built on a chrome frame with vinyl seats
that swivel a full 360 degrees.

==--==--==

Modern Coffee Table
Cost : 190

This oval glass coffee table brings home a modern design that'll liven up any
room where it's placed.

==--==--==

Fwong Sofa
Cost :300

This casual and contemporary sofa from our Fwong collection is soft and solid
and just begging to be lived on.

==--==--==

Trey Wingo Poster
Cost : 400

A limited collectors edition poster featuring Trey Wingo.

==--==--==

Fwong Recliner
Cost :420

This recliner from our Fwong collection is one of the most comfortable you'll
find in any of our catalogs.

==--==--==

Mini Helmet
Cost : 450 per team

These NFL mini helmets are about half the size of the official game helmets and
are the perfect size for collecting and displaying on any shelf.

==--==--==

Stylish Theater Seating
Cost : 460

This large u-shaped set of theater sets will seat up to a dozen of your friends
and family members.

==--==--==

Ray Lewis Bobblehead
Cost : 550

Interactive bobblehead figure for the ferocious inside linebacker for the
Baltimore Ravens, Ray Lewis!  Collect all 32 figures to complete your
collection!

==--==--==

Chad Johnson Bobblehead
Cost : 550

Interactive bobblehead figure forthe Bengals' dominating young receiver, Chad
Johnson!  Collect all 32 figures to complete your collection!

==--==--==

Jeff Garcia Bobblehead
Cost : 550

Interactive bobblehead figure for the Browns' new offensive leader, quarterback
Jeff Garcia!  Collect all 32 figures to complete your collection!

==--==--==

Hines Ward Bobblehead
Cost : 550

Interactive bobblehead figure for the Pittsburgh Steelers' leading receiver,
Hines Ward!  Collect all 32 figures to complete your collection!

==--==--==

Wall Mounted Waterfall
Cost : 650

This stylish wall mounted waterfall is thick and beautifully scuplted from
burnished copper.  It comes in solid copper and glass to form this stunning
contemporary piece.

==--==--==

Full Size Helmet
Cost : 900 per team

This full-size authentic NFL helmet is just like what the pro players wear on
the field.  It features the official team decals and is ready for display in
your crib.

==--==--==

Soundtrack: PA Hits Hip Hop
Cost : 1,300

A selection of hip hop PA Hits including the tracks 2 Much, Come On, Hands Up,
and Yo Groove.

==--==--==

Movie: NFL2K Intro
Cost : 1,450

The classic intro movie to the game that started it all, NFL 2K.  Watch it on
the TV in the Boom Boom Room.

==--==--==

Fish Tank
Cost : 1,500

This football-themed fish tank comes with some of the rarest and most exotic
fish on this or any other planet.  If you don't buy one of these, you're just
asking for a losing streak for your favorite team.

==--==--==

Free Agent: Trey Wingo
Cost : 1,700

Buy this item to unlock Trey Wingo as a Fantasy Free Agent for use in the game.

==--==--==

Movie: "Second Wind"
Cost : 1,900

A classic Sportscenter commercial -- "Second Wind" -- that can be viewed on the
television in your Boom Boom Room.

==--==--==

Trey Wingo's Team
Cost : 2,200

Buy this item to unlock Trey Wingo's secret fantasy team, the Wingadoros.

==--==--==

HD-Ready Projection TV
Cost : 2,500

This 50" widescreen projection TV is a 16:9 set that delivers full-blown 1080i
HD display capability and an impressive 480p upconversion system.

==--==--==

Celebration: The Robot 2.0
Cost : 3,000

Buy this celebration for use with ESPN NFL 2K5's user-selectable Celebrations
component that can be found in the game's Features menu.

==--==--==

Fourth Down Only Cheat
Cost: 3,500

Turn on this baby and it'll be fourth down all of the time for a truly unique
gaming experience.

==--==--==

Super Bowl 2007 Stadium
Cost: 4,300

Buy this item to unlock the Super Bowl 2007 stadium for use in ESPN NFL 2K5.

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Modern Rug
Cost: 60

This modern rug has been crafted in Belgium with machine made 100% Olefin.
It's tough, durable and very stylish.

==--==--==

Sunburst Rug
Cost: 60

The sunburst rug is elegantly crafted in 100% semi-worsted wool that will give
any room a fresh and modern look and feel.

==--==--==

Team Wall Clock
Cost: 80 per team

These quartz wall clocks have a built in hanger for easy wall mounting and runs
on 1 AA battery (not included).

==--==--==

Cherry Wood End Table
Cost: 160

This handsome end table is built with hardwoods with a sultry cherry finish.

==--==--==

Cherry Wood Bar Stools
Cost: 190

These cherry wood bar stools feature a texhyde finished cushion seat and back
rest.

==--==--==

Cherry Wood Coffee Table
Cost: 200

This handsomely-designed coffee table features a cherry finish and is made of
ultra-durable hardwoods.

==--==--==

Slim Rectangle Ottoman
Cost: 250

This sultry red tailored piece is covered in a luxurious microfiber that mimics
the touch and feel of suede.

==--==--==

Chaudhri Sofa
Cost: 340

This traditionally-styled sofa from our Chaudri collection has been upholstered
from a tear-proof microfiber and sits on sturdy wooden legs.

==--==--==

Chaudhri Recliner
Cost: 430

This recliner from our Chaudhri collection has a microfiber upholstery that
cannot be ripped or torn.

==--==--==

David Arquette Poster
Cost: 450

A limited collectors edition poster featuring the wacky David Arquette.

==--==--==

Brian Urlacher Bobblehead
Cost: 550

Interactive bobblehead figure for the Chicago Bears' monster in the middle,
Brian Urlacher!  Collect all 32 figures to complete your collection!

==--==--==

Charles Rogers Bobblehead
Cost: 550

Interactive bobblehead figure for the Lions' budding playmaker, Charles Rogers!
Collect all 32 figures to complete your collection!

==--==--==

Brett Favre Bobblehead
Cost: 550

Interactive bobblehead figure for the Packers' living legend and future Hall of
Famer, Brett Favre!  Collect all 32 figures to complete your collection!

==--==--==

Randy Moss Bobblehead
Cost: 550

Interactive bobblehead figure for arguably the most dominant player in the
sport, the Vikings' Randy Moss!  Collect all 32 figures to complete your
collection!

==--==--==

Framed Jersey Home Set 1
Cost: 750 per jersey

A collection of home jerseys for players on each of the 32 NFL teams.

==--==--==

Framed Jersey Home Set 2
Cost: 750 per jersey

A collection of home jerseys for players on each of the 32 NFL teams.

==--==--==

Framed Jersey Home Set 3
Cost: 750 per jersey

A collection of home jerseys for players on each of the 32 NFL teams.

==--==--==

Leather Punching Bag
Cost: 750

This genuine leather heavy bag is made with the finest selection of top-grain
Cowhide from a blue bull with a specially blended filler for shock absorbency.
It provides the perfect release to any frustrations that playing ESPN NFL 2K5
may bring.

==--==--==

Framed Jersey Alternates
Cost: 770 per jersey

A collection of alternate styled jerseys for players on each of the 32 NFL
teams.

==--==--==

Framed Jersey Throwbacks
Cost: 800 per jersey

A collection of throwback jerseys featuring current players on each of the 32
NFL teams in classic versions of the teams' jerseys.

==--==--==

Framed Jersey Rookies
Cost: 850 per jersey

A collection of jerseys for current NFL stars in the jersey that they wore in
their rookie year.

==--==--==

Framed Jersey AFC Pro Bowl
Cost: 900 per jersey

A collection of jerseys for a number of AFC Pro Bowlers.

==--==--==

Framed Jersey NFL Pro Bowl
Cost: 900 per jersey

A collection of jerseys for a number of NFC Pro Bowlers.

==--==--==

Soundtrack: PA Hits Rock
Cost: 1,300

A selection of rock PA Hits including the tracks Make The Stop, Slow Down,
Sportin', and Two Three.

==--==--==

Free Agent: David Arquette
Cost: 1,700

Buy this item to unlock David Arquette as a Fantasy Free Agent for use in the
game.

==--==--==

Movie: "Arm Soak"
Cost: 1,900

A classic Sportscenter commercial -- "Arm Soak" -- that can be viewed on the
television in your Boom Boom Room.

==--==--==

David Arquette's Team
Cost: 2,200

Buy this item to unlock David Arquette's secret fantasy team, the Locos.

==--==--==

Celebration: The Sprinkler
Cost: 3,000

Buy this celebration for use with ESPN NFL 2K5's user-selectable celebrations
component that can be found in the game's Features menu.

==--==--==

Movie: David Arquette Interview
Cost: 3,000

A movie featuring an interview with the collect call guy, David Arquette.
Watch it on the TV in your Boom Boom Room.

==--==--==

HD-Ready Flat-Panel LCD TV
Cost: 4,000

This flat-panel 50" LCD TV is compatible with high-definition display, as it
delivers a picture quality that you won't be able to look away from.

==--==--==

Super Bowl 2008 Stadium
Cost: 4,300

Buy this item to unlock the Super Bowl 2008 stadium for use in ESPN NFL 2K5.

==--==--==

Mini Mode Cheat
Cost: 4,350

This cheat allows you to play the game with tiny little players.  Combine this
with the Big Head Mode for a really cool effect.

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| [9.3.8] Top Fan Catalog                                                     |
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Nylon Rug
Cost: 60

THis simple nylon rug is built to last.  It has been treated with a special
antibacterial treatment that inhibits the growth of mold, mildew and fungi.

==--==--==

Nippon Rug
Cost: 60

The Nippon rug has been hand-made n Japan with 100% premium wool.  It is said
to bring good luck to all those that purchase it.

==--==--==

Royal Rug
Cost: 70

The royal rug is woven of 100% printed nylon and has been built to withstand
any wear and tear you can dish out.

==--==--==

Team Rug B
Cost: 80 per team

This large team rug is made of nylon and has non-skid backing and features your
favorite team's logo on a background of a football field.

==--==--==

Team Helmet Wall Clock
Cost: 80 per team

The team helmet wall clock lets you tell the time while looking at the logo of
your favorite NFL team.

==--==--==

Team Baseball Cap
Cost: 150 per team

These nylon baseball caps with Velcro fastening on the back are one size fits
all and are available in styles for all 32 NFL teams.

==--==--==

Leather Bar Stools
Cost: 160

These leather-seated bar stools are built on a sturdy chrome metallic frame
that's built to withstand the heaviest of patrons.

==--==--==

Team Achievement Plaque
Cost: 160 per team

This commemorative collectors plaque on pressed wood with a brown overlay
features a team photo, team logo and roster of players.

==--==--==

Tubular End Table
Cost: 170

This uniquely-designed end table has a fun tubular design that will liven up
your home decor.

==--==--==

Tinolium End Table
Cost: 170

This tylish end table is made of a space age metal that can withstand re-entry
into the Earth's atmosphere.

==--==--==

Player Standee A
Cost: 210 per standee

This life size player standee cutout brings the NFL stars right to your home.

==--==--==

Player Standee B
Cost: 210 per standee

This life size player standee cutout brings the NFL stars right to your home.

==--==--==

Player Standee C
Cost: 210 per standee

This life size player standee cutout brings the NFL stars right to your home.

==--==--==

Player Standee D
Cost: 210 per standee

This life size player standee cutout brings the NFL stars right to your home.

==--==--==

Player Painting A
Cost: 260 per painting

The Yar Woo collection of player paintings.  Each oil painting has been painted
on a sturdy canvas surface.

==--==--==

Player Painting B
Cost: 260 per painting

The Gordon Read collection of player paintings.  Each oil painting has been
painted on a long lasting orgalitis surface.

==--==--==

Navarro Sofa
Cost: 350

This traditional sofa from our Navarro collection will bring home an
eighteenth-century hardcore style to your living space.

==--==--==

Cherry Accent Chair
Cost: 370

This comfortable Cherry Accent chair is a one of a kind model that can liven up
any room that it's placed in.

==--==--==

Mel Kiper Poster
Cost: 400

A limited collectors edition poster featuring the draft guru Mel Kiper.

==--==--==

Navarro Recliner
Cost: 440

This eighteenth-century styled recliner from our Navarro collection brings home
a combination of comfort and hardcore styling to your home.

==--==--==

Luxorious Theater Seating
Cost: 480

This theater seating bundle comes with three ultra comfortable sofas with throw
pillows and padded cushions.

==--==--==

Soda Machine
Cost: 750

A fully-working soda machine that comes with free refills of ESPN soda in a
variety of flavors.

==--==--==

Gumball Machine
Cost: 1,000

You just won't get the full movie theater experience in your home until you put
one of these in your crib and force your friends to pay to use it.

==--==--==

Popcorn Machine
Cost: 1,200

This antiquely designed movie theater popcorn machine allows you to bring the
real movie theater experience home by letting you pop your own fresh popcorn.

==--==--==

Soundtrack: PA Hits Select
Cost: 1,300

A selection of PA Hits including the tracks Bounce, Take Off, Crank It Up, and
It Just Won't Be.

==--==--==

Free Agent: Mel Kiper
Cost: 1,700

Buy this item to unlock Mel Kiper as a Fantasy Free Agent for use in the game.

==--==--==

Movie: "Superstition"
Cost: 1,900

A classic Sportscenter commercial -- "Superstition" -- that can be viewed on
the television in your Boom Boom Room.

==--==--==

Mel Kiper's Team
Cost: 2,200

Buy this item to unlock Mel Kiper's secret fantasy team, the Risky Picks.

==--==--==

Celebration: The Herman
Cost: 3,000

Buy this celebration for use with ESPN NFL 2K5's user-selectable celebrations
component that can be found in the game's Features menu.

==--==--==

Super Bowl Future Stadium
Cost: 4,300

Buy this item to unlock the Super Bowl Future stadium for use in ESPN NFL 2K5.

==--==--==

Big Head Mode Cheat
Cost: 4,500

This cheat allows you to play the game with players with obnoxiously large
heads and normal sized bodies.

==--==--==

Plasma HDTV
Cost: 6,000

This 64" Plasma HDTV is wall mounted to save space and offers the most amazing
picture quality available today.

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Team Glass
Cost: 50 per team

A fancy glass that's available in varieties for all 32 NFL teams.

==--==--==

Team License Plate
Cost: 50 per team

These team license plates feature an inlaid acrylic team name on a high impact
acrylic mirror background replete with the team's logo.

==--==--==

Indian Rug
Cost: 60

The Indian rug is made from a 100% heat-set, stain resistant polypropylene
fiber and features extremely dense construction.

==--==--==

Team Rug A
Cost: 80 per team

This large team rug is made of nylon and has non-skid backing and is spiced up
with your team's colors and logo.

==--==--==

Foam Finger
Cost: 100 per team

Show you are your team's #1 fan by proudly displaying this 18 1/2" tall and 9"
wide foam finger.  Just don't take it to the game, they're annoying.

==--==--==

Decor Fan
Cost: 150

This decor fan is Polynesian-styled and inspired by the elegance and simplicity
of bamboo.  It featurs custom-shaped blades and brings home a very Pacific
islands feel.

==--==--==

Marble Console Table
Cost: 150

This artistically-styled console table has been hand crafted from a heavy duty
and rare dark marble.

==--==--==

Team End Table
Cost: 150 per team

This uniquely-designed end table comes in the colors of your favorite NFL team.

==--==--==

Team Bar Stools
Cost: 170

These metallic bar stools with vinyl finish come with the team logo of your
team printed on the seats.

==--==--==

Marble End Table
Cost: 180

This elegantly-styled end table is built completely with an unbreakable marble
found only on Mars.

==--==--==

Wood/Metal Combo Bar Stools
Cost: 200

These contemporary styled bar stools combine the sleek styling of wood with the
durability of metal.

==--==--==

Marble Coffee Table
Cost: 210

This durable coffee table features a marble top and four marble legs.

==--==--==

Team Ottoman
Cost: 250 per team

This stylish piece is covered in a sturdy wear-resistant fabric and is
available in versions for all 32 NFL teams.

==--==--==

Chanhdara Leather Sofa
Cost: 450

This fashionable leather sofa from our Chanhdara collection is both luxurious
and comfortable and offers high style at a reasonable price.

==--==--==

Funkmaster Flex Poster
Cost: 450

A limited collectors edition poster featuring the one-and-only Funkmaster Flex.

==--==--==

Chanhdara Recliner
Cost: 490

This fashionable leather recliner from our Chanhdara collection will have you
clamoring to get off work early just so you can melt in it in your leisure
time.

==--==--==

Takeo Spikes Bobblehead
Cost: 550

Interactive bobblehead figure for the Bills' hard hitting linebacker, Takeo
Spikes!  Collect all 32 figures to complete your collection!

==--==--==

Ricky Williams Bobblehead
Cost: 550

Interactive bobblehead figure for the Dolphins' franchise's best back ever,
Ricky Williams!  Collect all 32 figures to complete your collection!

==--==--==

Tom Brady Bobblehead
Cost: 550

Interactive bobblehead figure for the Patriots' Super Bowl MVP quarterback, Tom
Brady!  Collect all 32 figures to complete your collection!

==--==--==

Chad Pennington Bobblehead
Cost: 550

Interactive bobblehead figure for the New York Jets' quarterback and leader,
Chad Pennington!  Collect all 32 figures to complete your collection!

==--==--==

Soundtrack: The Danger
Cost: 1,300

A fine selection of music from The Danger including the tracks Can't Sit Still,
Fly Eater, I Ain't Used, and Locket.

==--==--==

Soundtrack: People Under the Stairs
Cost: 1,400

A fine selection of music from People Under the Stairs including the tracks
Drumbox and Outrun.

==--==--==

Free Agent: Funkmaster Flex
Cost: 1,700

Buy this item to unlock Funkmaster Flex as a Fantasy Free Agent for use in th
game.

==--==--==

Movie: "Protecting the Trophy"
Cost: 1,900

A classic Sportscenter commercial -- "Protecting the Trophy" -- that can be
viewed on the television in your Boom Boom Room.

==--==--==

Funkmaster Flex's Team
Cost: 2,200

Buy this item to unlock Funkmaster Flex's secret fantasy team, the Funkmasters.

==--==--==

Celebration: The Typewriter
Cost: 3,000

Buy this celebration for use with ESPN NFL 2K5's user-selectable celebrations
component that can be found in the game's Features menu.

==--==--==

Movie: Funkmaster Flex Interview
Cost: 3,000

A movie featuring an interview with the one and only Funkmaster Flex.  Watch it
on the TV in your Boom Boom Room.

==--==--==

Special Edition Chopper
Cost: 4,000

This beautiful special edition chopper has a 6 speed transmission, 80 inch
motor with big gun pipes, rotor pulley, and is built for rideability and
reliability.  Perfect for tearing up the roads or just displaying in your crib.

==--==--==

Ulterior Super Bowl Stadium
Cost: 4,300

Buy this item to unlock the Ulterior Super Bowl stadium for use in ESPN NFL
2K5.

==--==--==

Movie Theater
Cost: 10,000

Why go to the movies when you can bring the complete movie experience home?
This is the ultimate in home theaters and it brings instant pimp status to
those that own it.

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| [9.3.10] The Endzone                                                        |
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Antique Wall Clock
Cost: 70

This antique clock is something you've probably seen in your grandparents'
house.  There's nothing at all wrong with that.

==--==--==

Elegant Console Table
Cost: 160

This elegant console table has been crafted with a combination of wood and
metal and features a handy storage shelf.

==--==--==

Elegant Credenza
Cost: 170

This uniquely-designed credenza will help give your home an elegant look and
atmosphere.

==--==--==

Elegant End Table
Cost: 190

This oval marble topped end table with sultry metallic base brings a sense of
elegance and style to your home.

==--==--==

Elegant Bar Stools
Cost: 210

These selgant bar stools are fitted with a Texhyde seat on a sturdy frame built
of heavy duty solid beach wood.

==--==--==

Elegant Coffee Table
Cost: 220

This sexy and highly durable coffee table features an oval marble top on a
fantastically designed metallic base.

==--==--==

ESPN NBA Basketball Poster
Cost: 260

The official poster for ESPN NBA Basketball featuring cover athlete Allen
Iverson.

==--==--==

ESPN College Hoops Poster
Cost: 260

The official poster for ESPN College Hoops featuring cover athlete TJ Ford.

==--==--==

ESPN NHL Hockey Poster
Cost: 260

The official poster for ESN NHL Hockey featuring cover athlete Jeremy Roenick.

==--==--==

ESPN MLB Poster
Cost: 260

The official poster for ESPN Major League Baseball featuring cover athlete
Jason Giambi.

==--==--==

ESPN NBA 2K5 Poster
Cost: 260

The official poster for ESPN NBA Basketball 2K5.

==--==--==

ESPN College Hoops 2K5 Poster
Cost: 260

The official poster for ESPN College Hoops 2K5.

==--==--==

ESPN NHL Hockey 2K5 Poster
Cost: 260

The official poster for ESPN NHL Hockey 2K5.

==--==--==

ESPN MLB 2K5 Poster
Cost: 260

The official poster for ESPN Major League Baseball 2K5.

==--==--==

Team Recliner
Cost: 480 per team

This obnoxiously comfortable recliner will have fans of their favorite team
resting beautifully in a sea of their team's colors.

==--==--==

Boenisch Leather Sofa
Cost: 500

This padded leather sofa from our Boenisch collection is ready to dazzle your
guests with its insane amount of style and comfort.

==--==--==

High-Tech Theater Seating
Cost: 500

Tis set of three rows of theater-styled seats comes equipped with padded arm
rests, temperature-controlled seat cushions and a massaging back rest.

==--==--==

Boenisch Leather Recliner
Cost: 520

This luxurious leather recliner from our Boenisch collection offers the endless
style of leather furniture and is ready to compliment your home decor.

==--==--==

Roy Williams Bobblehead
Cost: 550

Interactive bobblehead figure for the Cowboys' hard hitting young safety, Roy
Williams!  Collect all 32 figures to complete your collection!

==--==--==

Michael Strahan Bobblehead
Cost: 550

Interactive bobblehead figure for the league's most dominant pass rusher, the
New York Giant's Michael Strahan!  Collect all 32 figures to complete your
collection!

==--==--==

Donovan McNabb Bobblehead
Cost: 550

Interactive bobblehead figure for the Eagles' Donovan McNabb, one of the most
complete and dominating QBs in the league!  Collect all 32 figures to complete
your collection!

==--==--==

LaVar Arrington Bobblehead
Cost: 550

Interactive bobblehead figure for the Redskins' Pro Bowl linebacker who FINALLY
can be called by his real name!  Collect all 32 figures to complete your
collection!

==--==--==

Carmen Electra Poster
Cost: 950

A limited collectors edition poster featuring the beautiful Carmen Electra.

==--==--==

Soundtrack: Raw Intel/RIC
Cost: 1,400

A fine selection of music from Raw Intel/RIC including the tracks The Best, Get
In Line, and Can't Go Wrong.

==--==--==

Soundtrack: Recliner
Cost: 1,400

A fine selection of music from Recliner including the tracks All Pleasure and
Bonus Track.

==--==--==

Movie: "Weird"
Cost: 1,900

A classic Sportscenter commercial -- "Weird" -- that can be viewed on the
television in your Boom Boom Room.

==--==--==

Carmen Electra's Team
Cost: 2,200

Buy this item to unlock Carmen Electra's secret fantasy team, the Electra
Shock.

==--==--==

Celebration: The Wap
Cost: 3,000

Buy this celebration for use with ESPN NFL 2K5's user-selectable celebrations
component that can be found in the game's Features menu.

==--==--==

Visual Concepts Dome
Cost: 4,300

Buy this item to unlock the special Visual Concepts Dome for use in ESPN NFL
2K5.

==--==--==

Movie: Carmen Electra Interview
Cost: 5,000

A movie featuring an interview with the lovely Carmen Electra.  Watch it on the
TV in your Boom Boom Room.

==--==--==

Air Hockey Table
Cost: 12,000

The ultimate accessory for anyone's crib.  This air hockey table is a must have
for home owners hoping to entertain friends at their crib.

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| [9.3.11] Movies                                                             |
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The following movies, once bought, can be viewed on the television in your Boom
Boom Room.

ESPN NFL Football Intro
   Kickoff - 1,500

"Coffee Filters"
   Kickoff - 1,900

Chris Berman Interview
   Kickoff - 3,000

"DVD is Fine"
   Gridiron Collection - 1,900

NFL2K3 Intro
   NFL @ Home - 1,450

"Perfect Vase"
   NFL @ Home - 1,900

Steve-O Interview
   NFL @ Home, 3,000

NFL2K2 Intro
   Turf and Dome - 1,450

"Rally Monkey"
   Turf and Dome - 1,900

NFL2K1 Intro
   Ultimate Fan Gear - 1,450

"Recycle"
   Ultimate Fan Gear - 1,900

Jamie Kennedy Interview
   Ultimate Fan Gear - 3,000

NFL2K Intro
   Tailgater - 1,450

"Second Wind"
   Tailgater - 1,900

"Arm Soak"
   4th and Goal - 1,900

David Arquette Interview
   4th and Goal - 3,000

"Superstition"
   Top Fan - 1,900

"Protecting the Trophy"
   Modern Crib - 1,900

Funkmaster Flex Interview
   Modern Crib - 3,000

"Weird"
   The Endzone - 1,900

Carmen Electra Interview
   The Endzone - 5,000

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| [9.3.12] Free Agents                                                        |
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The following free agents, once bought, will be available for placement on a
team's roster.

Chris Berman
   Kickoff - 1,700

Steve-O
   NFL @ Home - 1,700

Jamie Kennedy
   Ultimate Fan Gear - 1,700

Trey Wingo
   Tailgater - 1,700

David Arquette
   4th and Goal - 1,700

Mel Kiper
   Top Fan - 1,700

Funkmaster Flex
   Modern Crib - 1,700

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| [9.3.13] Stadiums                                                           |
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The following stadiums, once unlocked, will be available for you to play at.

Aloha Stadium
   Gridiron Collection - 4,300

ESPN Stadium
   NFL @ Home - 4,300

Super Bowl 2005 Stadium
   Turf and Dome - 4,300

Super Bowl 2006 Stadium
   Ultimate Fan Gear - 4,300

Super Bowl 2007 Stadium
   Tailgater - 4,300

Super Bowl 2008 Stadium
   4th and Goal - 4,300

Super Bowl Future Stadium
   Top Fan - 4,300

Ulterior Super Bowl Stadium
   Modern Crib - 4,300

Visual Concepts Dome
   The Endzone - 4,300

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| [9.3.14] Soundtracks                                                        |
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The following soundtracks, once unlocked, will be available to listen to on the
jukebox in your Crib.

Aceyalone
   Kickoff - 1,400

Concept
   Gridiron Collection - 1,400

J. Boogie
   NFL @ Home - 1,400

Outtakes #1
   Turf and Dome - 1,200

Outtakes #2
   Turf and Dome - 1,200

Outtakes #3
   Turf and Dome - 1,200

PA Hits Electronica
   Ultimate Fan Gear - 1,300

PA Hits Hip Hip
   Tailgater - 1,300

PA Hits Rock
   4th and Goal - 1,300

PA Hits Select
   Top Fan - 1,300

The Danger
   Modern Crib - 1,300

People Under the Stairs
   Modern Crib - 1,400

Raw Intel/RIC
   The Endzone - 1,400

Recliner
   The Endzone - 1,400

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| [9.3.15] Cheat Codes                                                        |
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The following cheat codes, once unlocked, will be available for use in games.

Always Fumble
   Kickoff - 3,500

Never Drop
   Gridiron Collection - 3,500

Unlimited Charge
   NFL @ Home - 3,500

Power Pocket
   Turf and Dome - 3,500

Powerful Kicking
   Ultimate Fan Gear 3,500

Fourth Down Only
   Tailgater - 3,500

Mini Mode
   4th and Goal - 4,350

Big Head Mode
   Top Fan -  4,500

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| [9.3.16] Fantasy Teams                                                      |
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The following teams, once unlocked, can be played as.

Chris Berman's Fantasy Team, the Swamis
   Kickoff - 2,200

Steve-O's Fantasy Team, the DreamTeam
   NFL @ Home - 2,200

Suzy Kolber's Fantasy Team, the Hammerheads
   Turf and Dome - 2,200

Jamie Kennedy's Fantasy Team, the Cheesesteaks
   Ultimate Fan Gear - 2,200

Trey Wingo's Fantasy Team, the Wingadoros
   Tailgater - 2,200

David Arquette's Fantasy Team, the Locos
   4th and Goal - 2,200

Mel Kiper's Fantasy Team, the Risky Picks
   Top Fan - 2,200

Funkmaster Flex's Fantasy Team, the Funkmasters
   Modern Crib - 2,200

Carmen Electra's Fantasy Team, the Electra Shock

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| [9.3.17] Celebrations                                                       |
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The following celebrations, once unlocked, can be assigned to one of your
buttons in the celebration feature area.

The Bullseye
   Kickoff - 3,000

To the Bank
   Gridiron Collection - 3,000

The Lazy Patch
   NFL @ Home - 3,000

Let's Get Rolling
   Turf and Dome - 3,000

Namu Navarro
   Ultimate Fan Gear - 3,000

The Robot 2.0
   Tailgater - 3,000

The Sprinkler
   4th and Goal - 3,000

The Herman
   Top Fan - 3,000

The Typewriter
   Modern Crib - 3,000

The Wap
   The Endzone - 3,000

                                  ==--==--==

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| [9.4] Item Locations                                                        |
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The following section will tell you in what rooms items can go in.  Each
section will have the specific item listed, followed by the items you can
purchase to place in that position.  Just a quick note, but the layout I use to
show you the items may not be exactly the same as in your game.  I still don't
have the points to buy everything, so I've been buying stuff, placing it here,
and resetting to get the other items, so if I've got a poster placed before a
bench or something, it's because of this.  If you know the right order, e-mail
me and I'll credit you for whatever you send.

The following items won't be listed because once you buy them, you have no
choice in placing or removing it, and it's there until you delete your profile:

Trivia Machine (Kickoff, 8,500)
Dart Machine (NFL @ Home, 11,000)
Paper Football Table (Ultimate Fan Gear, 10,500)
Air Hockey Table (The Endzone, 12,000)

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| [9.4.1] Walls and Floors                                                    |
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Wall Color
 -->  Choice 1 - Choice 14 (no buyable colors)

Floor 1
 -->  Floor Carpet 0 - Floor Carpet 9 (no buyable carpets)

Floor 2
 -->  Floor Carpet 0 - Floor Carpet 9 (no buyable carpets)

Floor 3
 -->  Floor Carpet 0 - Floor Carpet 9 (no buyable carpets)

Floor 4
 -->  Floor Carpet 0 - Floor Carpet 9 (no buyable carpets)

Floor 5
 -->  Floor Tile 0 - Floor Tipe 7 (no buyable carpets)

Floor 6
 -->  Floor Wood 0 - Floor Wood 2 (no buyable floors)

Floor 7
 -->  Floor Wood 0 - Floor Wood 2 (no buyable floors)

Floor 8
 -->  Floor Wood 0 - Floor Wood 2 (no buyable floors)

Floor 9
 -->  Floor Wood 0 - Floor Wood 2 (no buyable floors)

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| [9.4.2] The Lobby                                                           |
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Banner Small 1
 --> <Team> Team Banner B, <Team> Team Banner C

Banner Small 2
 --> <Team> Team Banner B, <Team> Team Banner C

Banner Small 3
 --> <Team> Team Banner B, <Team> Team Banner C

Banner Small 4
 --> <Team> Team Banner B, <Team> Team Banner C

Bench 2
 --> Cube Ottoman, Rectangle Ottoman, Slim Rectangle Ottoman
     <Team> Team Ottoman

Bench 3
 --> Cube Ottoman, Rectangle Ottoman, Slim Rectangle Ottoman
     <Team> Team Ottoman

Chopper
 --> Special Edition Chopper (only one; place it or remove it)

Credenza
 --> Classic Credenza, Contemporary Credenza, Corporate Credenza
     Maple Credenza, Elegant Credenza

Framed Jersey 6
 --> <Team> Framed Jersey Home Set 1, <Team> Framed Jersey Home Set 2
     <Team> Framed Jersey Home Set 3, <Team> Framed Jersey Alternates
     <Team> Framed Jersey Throwbacks, <Team> Framed Jersey Rookies
     <Team> Framed Jersey AFC Pro Bowl, <Team> Framed Jersey NFC Pro Bowl

Framed Jersey 7
 --> <Team> Framed Jersey Home Set 1, <Team> Framed Jersey Home Set 2
     <Team> Framed Jersey Home Set 3, <Team> Framed Jersey Alternates
     <Team> Framed Jersey Throwbacks, <Team> Framed Jersey Rookies
     <Team> Framed Jersey AFC Pro Bowl, <Team> Framed Jersey NFC Pro Bowl

Framed Jersey 8
 --> <Team> Framed Jersey Home Set 1, <Team> Framed Jersey Home Set 2
     <Team> Framed Jersey Home Set 3, <Team> Framed Jersey Alternates
     <Team> Framed Jersey Throwbacks, <Team> Framed Jersey Rookies
     <Team> Framed Jersey AFC Pro Bowl, <Team> Framed Jersey NFC Pro Bowl

Framed Jersey 9
 --> <Team> Framed Jersey Home Set 1, <Team> Framed Jersey Home Set 2
     <Team> Framed Jersey Home Set 3, <Team> Framed Jersey Alternates
     <Team> Framed Jersey Throwbacks, <Team> Framed Jersey Rookies
     <Team> Framed Jersey AFC Pro Bowl, <Team> Framed Jersey NFC Pro Bowl

Painting 1
 --> <Team> Player Painting A, Team Player Painting B

Painting 2
 --> <Team> Player Painting A, Team Player Painting B

Team Photo 5
 --> <Team> Team Photo A, <Team> Team Photo B, <Team> Team Photo C
     <Team> Team Photo D

Team Photo 6
 --> <Team> Team Photo A, <Team> Team Photo B, <Team> Team Photo C
     <Team> Team Photo D

Water Feature
 --> Wall Mounted Waterfall (only the one; place it or remove it)

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| [9.4.3] The Game Room                                                       |
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Banner Big 3
 --> <Team> Team Banner A

Bench 1
 --> Cube Ottoman, Rectangle Ottoman, Slim Rectangle Ottoman
     <Team> Team Ottoman

Ceiling Fan
 --> Classic Ceiling Fan, Contemporary Ceiling Fan, Traditional Ceiling Fan
     Decor Fan

Ceiling Fan
 --> Classic Ceiling Fan, Contemporary Ceiling Fan, Traditional Ceiling Fan
     Decor Fan

Framed Jersey 1
 --> <Team> Framed Jersey Home Set 1, <Team> Framed Jersey Home Set 2
     <Team> Framed Jersey Home Set 3, <Team> Framed Jersey Alternates
     <Team> Framed Jersey Throwbacks, <Team> Framed Jersey Rookies
     <Team> Framed Jersey AFC Pro Bowl, <Team> Framed Jersey NFC Pro Bowl

Framed Jersey 2
 --> <Team> Framed Jersey Home Set 1, <Team> Framed Jersey Home Set 2
     <Team> Framed Jersey Home Set 3, <Team> Framed Jersey Alternates
     <Team> Framed Jersey Throwbacks, <Team> Framed Jersey Rookies
     <Team> Framed Jersey AFC Pro Bowl, <Team> Framed Jersey NFC Pro Bowl

Framed Jersey 3
 --> <Team> Framed Jersey Home Set 1, <Team> Framed Jersey Home Set 2
     <Team> Framed Jersey Home Set 3, <Team> Framed Jersey Alternates
     <Team> Framed Jersey Throwbacks, <Team> Framed Jersey Rookies
     <Team> Framed Jersey AFC Pro Bowl, <Team> Framed Jersey NFC Pro Bowl

Framed Jersey 4
 --> <Team> Framed Jersey Home Set 1, <Team> Framed Jersey Home Set 2
     <Team> Framed Jersey Home Set 3, <Team> Framed Jersey Alternates
     <Team> Framed Jersey Throwbacks, <Team> Framed Jersey Rookies
     <Team> Framed Jersey AFC Pro Bowl, <Team> Framed Jersey NFC Pro Bowl

Framed Jersey 5
 --> <Team> Framed Jersey Home Set 1, <Team> Framed Jersey Home Set 2
     <Team> Framed Jersey Home Set 3, <Team> Framed Jersey Alternates
     <Team> Framed Jersey Throwbacks, <Team> Framed Jersey Rookies
     <Team> Framed Jersey AFC Pro Bowl, <Team> Framed Jersey NFC Pro Bowl

License Plate
 --> <Team> Team License Plate

Poster 11
 --> <Team> Team Logo Poster, <Team> Player Poster A, <Team> Player Poster B
     <Team> Player Poster C, ESPN NBA Basketball Poster
     ESPN College Hoops Poster, ESPN NHL Hockey Poster, ESPN MLB Poster
     ESPN NBA 2K5 Poster, ESPN College Hoops 2K5 Poster
     ESPN NHL Hockey 2K5 Poster, ESPN MLB 2K5 Poster, NFL2K2 Poster
     NFL2K3 Poster, ESPN NFL Football Poster, ESPN NFL 2K5 Poster
     Mel Kiper Poster, Suzy Kolber Poster, Trey Wingo Poster
     Chris Berman Poster, XLR8R Cover Poster 1, XLR8R Cover Poster 2
     XLR8R Cover Poster 3, XLR8R Cover Poster 4, David Arquette Poster
     Funkmaster Flex Poster, Jamie Kennedy Poster, Steve-O Poster
     Carmen Electra Poster

Poster 12
 --> <Team> Team Logo Poster, <Team> Player Poster A, <Team> Player Poster B
     <Team> Player Poster C, ESPN NBA Basketball Poster
     ESPN College Hoops Poster, ESPN NHL Hockey Poster, ESPN MLB Poster
     ESPN NBA 2K5 Poster, ESPN College Hoops 2K5 Poster
     ESPN NHL Hockey 2K5 Poster, ESPN MLB 2K5 Poster, NFL2K2 Poster
     NFL2K3 Poster, ESPN NFL Football Poster, ESPN NFL 2K5 Poster
     Mel Kiper Poster, Suzy Kolber Poster, Trey Wingo Poster
     Chris Berman Poster, XLR8R Cover Poster 1, XLR8R Cover Poster 2
     XLR8R Cover Poster 3, XLR8R Cover Poster 4, David Arquette Poster
     Funkmaster Flex Poster, Jamie Kennedy Poster, Steve-O Poster
     Carmen Electra Poster

Poster 13
 --> <Team> Team Logo Poster, <Team> Player Poster A, <Team> Player Poster B
     <Team> Player Poster C, ESPN NBA Basketball Poster
     ESPN College Hoops Poster, ESPN NHL Hockey Poster, ESPN MLB Poster
     ESPN NBA 2K5 Poster, ESPN College Hoops 2K5 Poster
     ESPN NHL Hockey 2K5 Poster, ESPN MLB 2K5 Poster, NFL2K2 Poster
     NFL2K3 Poster, ESPN NFL Football Poster, ESPN NFL 2K5 Poster
     Mel Kiper Poster, Suzy Kolber Poster, Trey Wingo Poster
     Chris Berman Poster, XLR8R Cover Poster 1, XLR8R Cover Poster 2
     XLR8R Cover Poster 3, XLR8R Cover Poster 4, David Arquette Poster
     Funkmaster Flex Poster, Jamie Kennedy Poster, Steve-O Poster
     Carmen Electra Poster

Punching Bag
 --> Leather Punching Bag (only one; place it or remove it)

Team Photo 1
 --> <Team> Team Photo A, <Team> Team Photo B, <Team> Team Photo C
     <Team> Team Photo D

Team Photo 2
 --> <Team> Team Photo A, <Team> Team Photo B, <Team> Team Photo C
     <Team> Team Photo D

Team Plaque 2
 --> <Team> Team Achievement Plaque

Rug 3
 --> Classic Rug, Contemporary Rug, Sleek Rug, Garden Rug, Modern Rug
     Ruby Red Rug, Country Rug, Mean Green Rug, Nylon Rug, Sunburst Rug
     Indian Rug, Nippon Rug, Eastern Rug, Animal Print Rug, Hemp Rug, Royal Rug
     <Team> Team Rug A, <Team> Team Rug B

Rug 4
 --> Classic Rug, Contemporary Rug, Sleek Rug, Garden Rug, Modern Rug
     Ruby Red Rug, Country Rug, Mean Green Rug, Nylon Rug, Sunburst Rug
     Indian Rug, Nippon Rug, Eastern Rug, Animal Print Rug, Hemp Rug, Royal Rug
     <Team> Team Rug A, <Team> Team Rug B

Parking Sign 3
 --> <Team> Team Parking Sign A, <Team> Team Parking Sign B

Standee 1
 --> <Team> Player Standee A, <Team> Player Standee B, <Team> Player Standee C
     <Team> Player Standee D

Standee 3
 --> <Team> Player Standee A, <Team> Player Standee B, <Team> Player Standee C
     <Team> Player Standee D

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| [9.4.4] The Lounge                                                          |
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Banner Big 1
 --> <Team> Team Banner A

Cap
 --> <Team> Team Baseball Cap

Coffee Table
 --> Generic Coffee Table (default), Simple Coffee Table, Classic Coffee Table
     Contemporary Coffee Table, Corporate Coffee Table, Maple Coffee Table
     Modern Coffee Table, Cherry Wood Coffee Table, Marble Coffee Table
     Elegant Coffee Table

Console Table
 --> Generic Console Table (default), Contemporary Console Table
     Maple Console Table, Marble Console Table, Elegant Console Table

Couch 1
 --> Generic Sofa (default), Bamberger Sofa, Lowback Sofa, Papasan Sofa
     Justice Sofa, <Team> Team Sofa, Thorndale Sofa, Zdyrko Sofa, Fwong Sofa
     Chaudhri Sofa, Navarro Sofa, Chanhdara Leather Sofa, Boenisch Leather Sofa

Couch 2
 --> Generic Sofa (default), Bamberger Sofa, Lowback Sofa, Papasan Sofa
     Justice Sofa, <Team> Team Sofa, Thorndale Sofa, Zdyrko Sofa, Fwong Sofa
     Chaudhri Sofa, Navarro Sofa, Chanhdara Leather Sofa, Boenisch Leather Sofa

End Table 1
 --> Generic End Table (default), Simple End Table, Classic Coffee Table
     Contemporary End Table, Corporate End Table, Maple End Table
     Modern End Table, <Team> Team End Table, Cherry Wood End Table
     Tubular End Table, Tinolioum End Table, Marble End Table
     Elegant End Table

End Table 2
 --> Generic End Table (default), Simple End Table, Classic Coffee Table
     Contemporary End Table, Corporate End Table, Maple End Table
     Modern End Table, <Team> Team End Table, Cherry Wood End Table
     Tubular End Table, Tinolioum End Table, Marble End Table
     Elegant End Table

Fish Tank
 --> Fish Tank (only one; place it or remove it)

Guitar
 --> <Team> Team Electric Guitar (only one; place it or remove it)

Helmet Lamp
 --> <Team> Team Helmet Lamp

Helmet Lamp
 --> <Team> Team Helmet Lamp

Mini Helmet
 --> <Team> Team Mini Helmet

Pennant 1
 --> <Team> Team Pennant A, <Team> Team Pennant B, <Team> Team Pennant C

Pennant 2
 --> <Team> Team Pennant A, <Team> Team Pennant B, <Team> Team Pennant C

Poster 1
 --> <Team> Team Logo Poster, <Team> Player Poster A, <Team> Player Poster B
     <Team> Player Poster C, ESPN NBA Basketball Poster
     ESPN College Hoops Poster, ESPN NHL Hockey Poster, ESPN MLB Poster
     ESPN NBA 2K5 Poster, ESPN College Hoops 2K5 Poster
     ESPN NHL Hockey 2K5 Poster, ESPN MLB 2K5 Poster, NFL2K2 Poster
     NFL2K3 Poster, ESPN NFL Football Poster, ESPN NFL 2K5 Poster
     Mel Kiper Poster, Suzy Kolber Poster, Trey Wingo Poster
     Chris Berman Poster, XLR8R Cover Poster 1, XLR8R Cover Poster 2
     XLR8R Cover Poster 3, XLR8R Cover Poster 4, David Arquette Poster
     Funkmaster Flex Poster, Jamie Kennedy Poster, Steve-O Poster
     Carmen Electra Poster

Poster 2
 --> <Team> Team Logo Poster, <Team> Player Poster A, <Team> Player Poster B
     <Team> Player Poster C, ESPN NBA Basketball Poster
     ESPN College Hoops Poster, ESPN NHL Hockey Poster, ESPN MLB Poster
     ESPN NBA 2K5 Poster, ESPN College Hoops 2K5 Poster
     ESPN NHL Hockey 2K5 Poster, ESPN MLB 2K5 Poster, NFL2K2 Poster
     NFL2K3 Poster, ESPN NFL Football Poster, ESPN NFL 2K5 Poster
     Mel Kiper Poster, Suzy Kolber Poster, Trey Wingo Poster
     Chris Berman Poster, XLR8R Cover Poster 1, XLR8R Cover Poster 2
     XLR8R Cover Poster 3, XLR8R Cover Poster 4, David Arquette Poster
     Funkmaster Flex Poster, Jamie Kennedy Poster, Steve-O Poster
     Carmen Electra Poster

Poster 3
 --> <Team> Team Logo Poster, <Team> Player Poster A, <Team> Player Poster B
     <Team> Player Poster C, ESPN NBA Basketball Poster
     ESPN College Hoops Poster, ESPN NHL Hockey Poster, ESPN MLB Poster
     ESPN NBA 2K5 Poster, ESPN College Hoops 2K5 Poster
     ESPN NHL Hockey 2K5 Poster, ESPN MLB 2K5 Poster, NFL2K2 Poster
     NFL2K3 Poster, ESPN NFL Football Poster, ESPN NFL 2K5 Poster
     Mel Kiper Poster, Suzy Kolber Poster, Trey Wingo Poster
     Chris Berman Poster, XLR8R Cover Poster 1, XLR8R Cover Poster 2
     XLR8R Cover Poster 3, XLR8R Cover Poster 4, David Arquette Poster
     Funkmaster Flex Poster, Jamie Kennedy Poster, Steve-O Poster
     Carmen Electra Poster

Recliner
 --> Sporty Recliner, Lounge Recliner, Fwong Recliner, Chaudhri Recliner
     Navarro Recliner, <Team> Team Recliner, Chanhdara Recliner
     Boenisch Leather Recliner

Rug 1
 --> Classic Rug, Contemporary Rug, Sleek Rug, Garden Rug, Modern Rug
     Ruby Red Rug, Country Rug, Mean Green Rug, Nylon Rug, Sunburst Rug
     Indian Rug, Nippon Rug, Eastern Rug, Animal Print Rug, Hemp Rug, Royal Rug
     <Team> Team Rug A, <Team> Team Rug B

Rug 2
 --> Classic Rug, Contemporary Rug, Sleek Rug, Garden Rug, Modern Rug
     Ruby Red Rug, Country Rug, Mean Green Rug, Nylon Rug, Sunburst Rug
     Indian Rug, Nippon Rug, Eastern Rug, Animal Print Rug, Hemp Rug, Royal Rug
     <Team> Team Rug A, <Team> Team Rug B

Interstate Sign
 --> <Team> Team Interstate Sign

Street Sign
 --> <Team> Team Street Sign

Sofa Chair 1
 --> Generic Sofa Chair (default), Bamberger Chair, Lowback Chair
     Papasan Sofa Chair, Justice Arm Chair, Cherry Accent Chair
     Thorndale Arm Chair, Zdyrko Arm Chair

Sofa Chair 2
 --> Generic Sofa Chair (default), Bamberger Chair, Lowback Chair
     Papasan Sofa Chair, Justice Arm Chair, Cherry Accent Chair
     Thorndale Arm Chair, Zdyrko Arm Chair

Standee 2
 --> <Team> Player Standee A, <Team> Player Standee B, <Team> Player Standee C
     <Team> Player Standee D

Wall Clock
 --> Contemporary Wall Clock, Modern Wall Clock, Funky Wall Clock
     Country Wall Clock, Sleek Wall Clock, Wooden Wall Clock, Marine Wall Clock
     Antique Wall Clock, <Team> Team Wall Clock, <Team> Team Helmet Wall Clock

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| [9.4.5] The Bar                                                             |
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Bar Lights
 --> Generic Bar Lights (default), Purple Bar Lights, Island Bar Lights
     Green Bar Lights, Office Bar Lights, Industrial Bar Lights
     <Team> Team Bar Lights

Bar Sign
 --> <Team> Lighted Bar Sign

Bar Stools
 --> Generic Bar Stools (default), Classic Bar Stools, Leather Bar Stools
     <Team> Team Bar Stools, Backless Swivel Bar Stools, Cherry Wood Bar Stools
     Wood/Metal Combo Bar Stools, Elegant Bar Stools

Foam Finger
 --> <Team> Foam Finger

Game Ball 1
 --> <Team> Team Game Ball C, <Team> Team Game Ball D, <Team> Team Game Ball A
     <Team> Team Game Ball B

Game Ball 2
 --> <Team> Team Game Ball C, <Team> Team Game Ball D, <Team> Team Game Ball A
     <Team> Team Game Ball B

Game Ball 3
 --> <Team> Team Game Ball C, <Team> Team Game Ball D, <Team> Team Game Ball A
     <Team> Team Game Ball B

Game Ball 4
 --> <Team> Team Game Ball C, <Team> Team Game Ball D, <Team> Team Game Ball A
     <Team> Team Game Ball B

Glass 1
 --> <Team> Team Frosted Mug, <Team> Team Glass

Glass 2
 --> <Team> Team Frosted Mug, <Team> Team Glass

Helmet Mug
 --> <Team> Team Helmet Mug

Mug
 --> <Team> Team Mug

Poster 4
 --> <Team> Team Logo Poster, <Team> Player Poster A, <Team> Player Poster B
     <Team> Player Poster C, ESPN NBA Basketball Poster
     ESPN College Hoops Poster, ESPN NHL Hockey Poster, ESPN MLB Poster
     ESPN NBA 2K5 Poster, ESPN College Hoops 2K5 Poster
     ESPN NHL Hockey 2K5 Poster, ESPN MLB 2K5 Poster, NFL2K2 Poster
     NFL2K3 Poster, ESPN NFL Football Poster, ESPN NFL 2K5 Poster
     Mel Kiper Poster, Suzy Kolber Poster, Trey Wingo Poster
     Chris Berman Poster, XLR8R Cover Poster 1, XLR8R Cover Poster 2
     XLR8R Cover Poster 3, XLR8R Cover Poster 4, David Arquette Poster
     Funkmaster Flex Poster, Jamie Kennedy Poster, Steve-O Poster
     Carmen Electra Poster

Poster 5
 --> <Team> Team Logo Poster, <Team> Player Poster A, <Team> Player Poster B
     <Team> Player Poster C, ESPN NBA Basketball Poster
     ESPN College Hoops Poster, ESPN NHL Hockey Poster, ESPN MLB Poster
     ESPN NBA 2K5 Poster, ESPN College Hoops 2K5 Poster
     ESPN NHL Hockey 2K5 Poster, ESPN MLB 2K5 Poster, NFL2K2 Poster
     NFL2K3 Poster, ESPN NFL Football Poster, ESPN NFL 2K5 Poster
     Mel Kiper Poster, Suzy Kolber Poster, Trey Wingo Poster
     Chris Berman Poster, XLR8R Cover Poster 1, XLR8R Cover Poster 2
     XLR8R Cover Poster 3, XLR8R Cover Poster 4, David Arquette Poster
     Funkmaster Flex Poster, Jamie Kennedy Poster, Steve-O Poster
     Carmen Electra Poster

Poster 6
 --> <Team> Team Logo Poster, <Team> Player Poster A, <Team> Player Poster B
     <Team> Player Poster C, ESPN NBA Basketball Poster
     ESPN College Hoops Poster, ESPN NHL Hockey Poster, ESPN MLB Poster
     ESPN NBA 2K5 Poster, ESPN College Hoops 2K5 Poster
     ESPN NHL Hockey 2K5 Poster, ESPN MLB 2K5 Poster, NFL2K2 Poster
     NFL2K3 Poster, ESPN NFL Football Poster, ESPN NFL 2K5 Poster
     Mel Kiper Poster, Suzy Kolber Poster, Trey Wingo Poster
     Chris Berman Poster, XLR8R Cover Poster 1, XLR8R Cover Poster 2
     XLR8R Cover Poster 3, XLR8R Cover Poster 4, David Arquette Poster
     Funkmaster Flex Poster, Jamie Kennedy Poster, Steve-O Poster
     Carmen Electra Poster

Parking Sign 2
 --> <Team> Team Parking Sign A, <Team> Team Parking Sign B

Standee 4
 --> <Team> Player Standee A, <Team> Player Standee B, <Team> Player Standee C
     <Team> Player Standee D

Ticker
 --> LED Ticker (only one; place it or remove it - you can customize the text
     by choosing the LED ticker when browsing the bar, in the same way you'd
     choose the phone or the trivia machine)

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| [9.4.6] The Boom Boom Room                                                  |
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Home Theater
 --> Generic Television (default), Basic Color Television
     HD-Ready Projection TV, Widescreen Projection TV
     HD-Ready Plat-Panel LCD TV, Plasma HDTV, Movie Theater

Banner Big 2
 --> <Team> Team Banner A

Full Size Helmet
 --> <Team> Full Size Helmet

Gumball Machine (by itself; either place it or remove it)

Pennant 3
 --> <Team> Team Pennant A, <Team> Team Pennant B, <Team> Team Pennant C

Pennant 4
 --> <Team> Team Pennant A, <Team> Team Pennant B, <Team> Team Pennant C

Team Photo 3
 --> <Team> Team Photo A, <Team> Team Photo B, <Team> Team Photo C
     <Team> Team Photo D

Team Photo 4
 --> <Team> Team Photo A, <Team> Team Photo B, <Team> Team Photo C
     <Team> Team Photo D

Team Plaque 1
 --> <Team> Team Achievement Plaque

Popcorn Maker (by itself; either place it or remove it)

Poster 7
 --> <Team> Team Logo Poster, <Team> Player Poster A, <Team> Player Poster B
     <Team> Player Poster C, ESPN NBA Basketball Poster
     ESPN College Hoops Poster, ESPN NHL Hockey Poster, ESPN MLB Poster
     ESPN NBA 2K5 Poster, ESPN College Hoops 2K5 Poster
     ESPN NHL Hockey 2K5 Poster, ESPN MLB 2K5 Poster, NFL2K2 Poster
     NFL2K3 Poster, ESPN NFL Football Poster, ESPN NFL 2K5 Poster
     Mel Kiper Poster, Suzy Kolber Poster, Trey Wingo Poster
     Chris Berman Poster, XLR8R Cover Poster 1, XLR8R Cover Poster 2
     XLR8R Cover Poster 3, XLR8R Cover Poster 4, David Arquette Poster
     Funkmaster Flex Poster, Jamie Kennedy Poster, Steve-O Poster
     Carmen Electra Poster

Poster 8
 --> <Team> Team Logo Poster, <Team> Player Poster A, <Team> Player Poster B
     <Team> Player Poster C, ESPN NBA Basketball Poster
     ESPN College Hoops Poster, ESPN NHL Hockey Poster, ESPN MLB Poster
     ESPN NBA 2K5 Poster, ESPN College Hoops 2K5 Poster
     ESPN NHL Hockey 2K5 Poster, ESPN MLB 2K5 Poster, NFL2K2 Poster
     NFL2K3 Poster, ESPN NFL Football Poster, ESPN NFL 2K5 Poster
     Mel Kiper Poster, Suzy Kolber Poster, Trey Wingo Poster
     Chris Berman Poster, XLR8R Cover Poster 1, XLR8R Cover Poster 2
     XLR8R Cover Poster 3, XLR8R Cover Poster 4, David Arquette Poster
     Funkmaster Flex Poster, Jamie Kennedy Poster, Steve-O Poster
     Carmen Electra Poster

Poster 9
 --> <Team> Team Logo Poster, <Team> Player Poster A, <Team> Player Poster B
     <Team> Player Poster C, ESPN NBA Basketball Poster
     ESPN College Hoops Poster, ESPN NHL Hockey Poster, ESPN MLB Poster
     ESPN NBA 2K5 Poster, ESPN College Hoops 2K5 Poster
     ESPN NHL Hockey 2K5 Poster, ESPN MLB 2K5 Poster, NFL2K2 Poster
     NFL2K3 Poster, ESPN NFL Football Poster, ESPN NFL 2K5 Poster
     Mel Kiper Poster, Suzy Kolber Poster, Trey Wingo Poster
     Chris Berman Poster, XLR8R Cover Poster 1, XLR8R Cover Poster 2
     XLR8R Cover Poster 3, XLR8R Cover Poster 4, David Arquette Poster
     Funkmaster Flex Poster, Jamie Kennedy Poster, Steve-O Poster
     Carmen Electra Poster

Poster 10
 --> <Team> Team Logo Poster, <Team> Player Poster A, <Team> Player Poster B
     <Team> Player Poster C, ESPN NBA Basketball Poster
     ESPN College Hoops Poster, ESPN NHL Hockey Poster, ESPN MLB Poster
     ESPN NBA 2K5 Poster, ESPN College Hoops 2K5 Poster
     ESPN NHL Hockey 2K5 Poster, ESPN MLB 2K5 Poster, NFL2K2 Poster
     NFL2K3 Poster, ESPN NFL Football Poster, ESPN NFL 2K5 Poster
     Mel Kiper Poster, Suzy Kolber Poster, Trey Wingo Poster
     Chris Berman Poster, XLR8R Cover Poster 1, XLR8R Cover Poster 2
     XLR8R Cover Poster 3, XLR8R Cover Poster 4, David Arquette Poster
     Funkmaster Flex Poster, Jamie Kennedy Poster, Steve-O Poster
     Carmen Electra Poster

Parking Sign 1
 --> <Team> Team Parking Sign A, <Team> Team Parking Sign B

Soda Machine (by itself; either place it or remove it)

Theater Seating
 --> Generic Theater Seating (default), Basic Theater Seating
     Deluxe Theater Seating, Stylish Theater Seating, Luxurious Theater Seating
     High-Tech Theater Seating

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| [9.5] Easy Crib Points Gain                                                 |
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Method 1
********

It may not be the most fair way of gaining posts, but if you're impatient and
want to unlock everything, do this.

Create two custom teams.  For team one, let's call them the "Lamers".  Set up
the name of the team, city, and all that jazz.  When it comes time to add
players, fill the rosters with the crappiest players of each position.  The
three crappiest quarterbacks, the six crappiest wide receivers, so on and so
forth.  Save your team.

Now, create the second team.  Let's call them the "Killers".  Set up the
standard info, and when you add players, pick the best of the best.  The best
quarterbacks, the best linebackers, the best safeties, etc.

With both teams created, go into Quick Game.  Choose the "Killers" as your team
and select your VIP as the profile.  Make the other team the "Lamers".  Give
the Lamers the NFL coach "S. Mariucci" as the VIP, who is almost 75% pass.
Go into the options, and set the difficulty to All-Pro or Legend, then start
the game.

You will notice that the Lamers really suck.  Most of the time they will rush,
giving you easy access to the quarterback or the runner.  Passes usually result
in an incomplete, or an interception/fumble.  Basically, it's the easiest team
you'll ever face, and because you have the best players, you'll kick their ass.
Since you're playing on All-Pro or Legend, you'll get the most points with the
higher modifier.

There you go.  It's not fair, it's cheap, some may even consider it a "cheat"
of sorts, but if you're anxious to unlock the crib (maybe you rented the game),
then this is a good way for you to do it.

                                  ==--==--==

Method 2
********

1. Setup a franchise, pick a team and attach your VIP to it.
2. Next, go into franchise settings and change the "sim quarter length" to 15
   min and difficulty to legend.
3. Go to your teams week one game, go to the game cast live option.
4. If you wish, change the GCL sim speed to fast.
5. Sim the game as far in as you wish, but probably no further than right about
   the 2min warning (you can push it further just the speed is pretty hyped and
   you dont want to sim the full game)
6. Hit start at whichever point you wish and chose the "jump in" option.
7. At this point, finish out the game however you like, and reap the points not
   only for your actions, but also for what the cpu did during the sim (so even
   if you dont move the ball a yard, you still get a boatload of points.)

Submitted by: Michael A./ph_mole

                                  ==--==--==

Method 3
********

Setup a quick game w/ one of the best defensive teams (you) against one of the
worst offensive teams (computer).  Alternatively you can create two teams with
the same strategy as was suggested earlier.  Set the quarter length to 8 min
(you can't accomplish milestones w/ a quarter length any longer), set the
difficulty to "Legend" (if you want the most points) or "Rookie" (if you just
want the most milestones), and get ready to play some D.  Basically just call
the "coach pick" plays on D unless you completely disagree w/ the computer like
I do sometimes.  Make any line, linebacker, or secondary adjustments before the
snap.  During the play don't try to control any player.  Right after the QB
throws the ball hit "B" to control the nearest player to the ball.  This is
usually the guy in position to make either a tip, interception, or tackle. 
Either way, you get the stat because you "controlled" the player who made the
play.  If a computer controlled defender is getting ready to sack the QB, hit
"B" to control him just before he makes the sack.  Use the same principal on
running plays to make tackles and tackles for loss.  You can easily accomplish
most of the defensive milestones in a game or two with this strategy.  Any time
you get the ball punt it on first down to get the most defensive plays in as
possible throughout the game.  It's not cheating, but it is taking advantage of
the "select closest player" button.

Submitted by: Dan R.

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| [9.6] Trophy Room                                                           |
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On the upper floor of your Crib is the trophy room.  Over time, as you complete
milestones, more and more trophies will be added to your room, and you can view
them, complete with the date, time and teams when you won it.  This section
will list the trophies, in their order, so if you're missing one, you'll be
able to see which ones you haven't yet unlocked by checking here.

Trophies come in bronze, silver and gold color.  If I list a trophy in a
position that's different from yours, it's only because mine is of a lower or
higher award.  For example, the trophy that lists "1500 career points" is
silver, but once you score 3,000, your trophy is upgraded to a gold, and the
1500 trophy essentially disappears.  So if my trophy says 230 career rushing
touchdowns, and yours says 150, don't worry; it'll be upgraded to gold soon,
and there's nothing wrong with your game.

All trophy lists go from left to right, top to bottom.  So, shelf one is the
top shelf, shelf two the second, etc.

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| [9.6.1] Player Trophies                                                     |
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Shelf 1
==---==
Anquan Boldin: 217 Receiving Yards
Antwaan Randle-El: 1 special teams TD, 1 receiving TD
Brian Uriacher: 1 sack, 1 interception, 1 forced funble
Byron Leftwich: no turnovers (25 attempts min)
Chad Pennington: 450 passing yards, 70.3% completion
Champ Bailey: 2 interception TDs
Charles Rogers: 150 receiving yards, no drops
Clinton Portis: 175 rushing yards, 4 TDs

Shelf 2
==---==
Corey Dillon: 295 rushing yards
Courtney Brown: 3 tkls for loss, 1 forced fumble, 1 def TD
Daunte Culpepper: 250 pass yds, 150 rush yds, no fumbles
Dante Hall: 2 special teams TDs
David Carr: never sacked (25 attempts min)
Derrick Brooks: 2 defensive TDs
Deuce McAllister: 222 rushing yards, 2 TDs
Donovan McNabb: 4 passing TDs, 2 rushing TDs

Shelf 3
==---==
Eric Moulds: 10 receptions, 150 receiving yards, 3TDs
Jason Elam: 63 yard field goal
Jason Taylor: 3 sacks, 2 forced fumbles
Jeremy Shockey: 11 receptions, no drops
Jevon Kearse: 4 sacks, 1 forced fumble
Julius Peppers: 6 sacks
Ladanian Tomlinson: 2 receiving TDs, 2 rushing TDs
Marshall Faulk: 200 rushing yards, 100 receiving yards

Shelf 4
==---==
Michael Vick: 250 Rushing Yards
Peyton Manning: 6 passing TDs
Phillip Buchanon: 1 interception TD, 1 punt return TD
Ray Lewis: 15 tackles, 2 sacks, 1 forced fumble
Roy Williams: 3 created turnovers
Shaun Alexander: 5 TDs in first half
Terrell Owens: 150 yds after catch, no fumbles, no drops
Tom Brady: 85.0% completion (25 attempts min)

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| [9.6.2] Team and User Trophies 1                                            |
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Shelf 1
==---==
Win a Road Game with the Cardinals
Win a Road game with the Raiders
Win a Road Game with the Lions
Beat the Patriots at New England in the Snow
Beat the Rams at St. Louis
Beat the Chiefs at Kansas City at Night
Beat the Seahawks at Seattle
Beat the Packers at Green Bay in Heavy Snow
Beat the Dolphins at Miami with Orange Alt. Jerseys
Beat the Falcons at Atlanta with Red Alt. Jerseys

Shelf 2
==---==
84 points in a game
63 point victory margin in a game
400 rushing yards in a game
600 passing yards in a game
35 completions in a game
200 QB rushing yards in a game
35 tackles in a game

Shelf 3
==---==
75 yard touchdown run
75 yard touchdown pass
55 yard field goal
99 yard kick return
70 yard punt return
90 yard touchdown interception
75 yard touchdown fumble

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| [9.6.3] Primetime Trophies                                                  |
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Shelf 1
==---==
Throw a touchdown pass to 6 different players
Force 7 turnovers
Pass & Rush for 250 & 100 yards with same player
Rush & receive for 150 yards each with same player
Accumulate 650 yards of total offense
Score 6 rushing touchdowns with same player
Shutout the opposing team

Shelf 2
==---==
Commit no turnovers
Allow 0 or less yards total offense
No passes dropped by any receiver (15 attempts min)
Quarterback never sacked (15 pass attempts min)
Complete 100% of passes thrown (15 attempts min)
Block a punt
Block a field goal

Shelf 3
==---==
Catch for 150 receiving yards with two different players
Rush for 100 yards with two different players
Score 4 defensive touchdowns
Make 7 field goals
Score 40 points with a single player
Grab 8 interceptions
Catch 20 receptions with a single player

Shelf 4
==---==
Throw 7 passing touchdowns with a single player
Make 47 rushing attempts with a single player
Complete 22 consecutive completions
Make 70 passing attempts
Achieve a perfect QB rating (20 pass attempts min)
Complete 45 passes
Score 3 safeties

Shelf 5
==---==
Come back from 32 point deficit to win
Catch for 336 receiving yards with a single player
Grab 4 interceptions with a single player
Get 12 sackes
Get 39 first downs
Allow 0 completions
Outscore the oposing offense with defensive points

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| [9.6.4] Team and User Trophies 2                                            |
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Shelf 1
==---==
Beat the AFC Pro Bowl team
Beat the NFC Pro Bowl team
Beat the All NFL team at Aloha Stadium
Beat the '72 Dolphins
Beat the '83 Raiders
Beat the '85 Bears in heavy snow
Beat the '02 Buccaneers at Tampa Bay
Shutout the '94 49ers at San Francisco
Shutout the '98 Vikings at Minnesota
 Shutout the '99 Rams

Shelf 2
==---==

25 career wins
7500 career rushing yards
8500 career passing yards
25 career sacks
50 career interceptions
750 career tackles
3000 career points

Shelf 3
==---==
8 tackles for a loss in a game
7 tipped passes in a game
7 sacks in a game
6 interceptions in a game
230 career rushing touchdowns
100 career passing touchdowns
30 career defensive touchdowns

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| [9.6.5] Franchise Trophies                                                  |
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Shelf 1
==---==
176 points scored by a single player
26 touchdowns scored by a single player
2,105 yards rushing by a single player
Fourteen 100 yard rushing games by a single player
Four 200 yard rushing games by a single player
25 rushing touchdowns by a single player
691 pass attempts by a single player

Shelf 2
==---==
418 completed passes by a single player
70.55% completion by a single player (225 min attempts)
5,084 yards passing by a single player
48 passing touchdowns by a single player
Ten 300 yard passing games by a single player
Four 400 yard passing games by a single player
Six consecutive 300 yard passing games

Shelf 3
==---==
143 receptions by a single player
1,848 yards receiving by a single player
Eleven 100 yard receiving games by a single player
Three 200 yard receiving games by a single player
22 receiving touchdowns by a single player
14 interceptions by a single player
4 touchdown interceptions by a single player

Shelf 4
==---==
22.5 sacks by a single player
39 field goals by a single player
556 points by a team
Two 1,000 yard rushers on a team
Win 25 consecutive games
Win the AFC Championship
Win the NFC championship

Shelf 5
==---==
Win the Pro Bowl
Win the Super Bowl
Win 2 consecutive Super Bowls
Win 3 consecutive Super Bowls
Appear in 4 consecutive Super Bowls
Win 5 Super Bowls
The Perfect Season

A big thanks to dmarteng for submitting all the trophies that I hadn't yet
identified!

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| [9.7] Trophies Next to Trophy Room                                          |
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Outside and to the right of the trophy room (opposite the game room) there are
two pedestals with a light over them, initially empty.  These are for special
trophies.

Left pedestal  - A trophy for completing all ESPN 25th Anniversary challenges
Right pedestal - Awarded when your Crib is at 100% completion

Thanks to dmarteng for finding out what goes on the right pedestal.

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| [9.8] Bobbleheads                                                           |
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This is a complete listing of the bobbleheads, from left to right, top to
bottom.

Shelf 1, left side                        Shelf 1, right side
==--==--==--==--==                        ==--==--==--==--==-
Takeo Spikes - Buffalo Bills              Roy Williams - Dallas Cowboys
Ricky Williams - Miami Dolphins           Michael Strahan - New York Giants
Tom Brady - New England Patriots          Donovan McNabb - Philadelphia Eagles
Chad Pennington - New York Jets           Lavar Arrington - Washington Redskins

Shelf 2, left side                        Shelf 2, right side
==--==--==--==--==                        ==--==--==--==--==-
Ray Lewis - Baltimore Ravens              Brian Urlacher - Chicago Bears
Chad Johnson - Cincinnati Bengals         Charles Rogers - Detroit Lions
Jeff Garcia - Cleveland Browns            Brett Favre - Green Bay Packers
Hines Ward - Pittsburgh Steelers          Randy Moss - Minnesota Vikings

Shelf 3, left side                        Shelf 3, right side
==--==--==--==--==                        ==--==--==--==--==-
Domanick Davis - Houston Texans           Michael Vick - Atlanta Falcons
Peyton Manning - Indianapolis Colts       Stephen Davis - Carolina Panthers
Fred Taylor - Jacksonville Jaguars        Deuce McAllister - New Orleans Saints
Steve McNair - Tennessee Titans           Derrick Brooks - Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Shelf 4, left side                        Shelf 4, right side
==--==--==--==--==                        ==--==--==--==--==-
Champ Bailey, Denver Broncos              Anquan Boldin - Arizona Cardinals
Dante Hall - Kansas City Chiefs           Terry Holt - St. Louis Rams
Charles Woodson - Oakland Raiders         Julian Peterson - San Francisco 49ers
Ladainian Tomlinson, San Diego Chargers   Shaun Alexander - Seattle Seahawks

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| [9.9] Celebrity Games                                                       |
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Every so often, you'll get a message that you've received a phone call, so head
to your crib, to the bar, and answer the phone.  One of five celebrities will
be calling, challenging you to a game.  The celebrities are Carmen Electra,
David Arquette, Funkmaster Flex, Jamie Kennedy and Steve-O.  They might not
call you in that order, it's random.  Each celebrity has their own unique team,
full of the best players, resulting in quite a challenge.

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| [9.9.1] Carmen Electra                                                      |
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Carmen Electra's Team: Electra Shock
Offense Rating: 100
Defense Rating: 100
Overall Rating: 100

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| [9.9.2] David Arquette                                                      |
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David Arquette's Team: Locos
Offense Rating: 100
Defense Rating: 100
Overall Rating: 100

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| [9.9.3] Funkmaster Flex                                                     |
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Funkmaster Flex's Team: Funkmasters
Offense Rating: 100
Defense Rating: 100
Overall Rating: 100

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| [9.9.4] Jamie Kennedy                                                       |
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Jamie Kennedy's Team: Cheesesteaks
Offense Rating: 100
Defense Rating: 100
Overall Rating: 100

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| [9.9.5] Steve-O                                                             |
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Steve-O's Team: Dreamteam
Offense Rating: 100
Defense Rating: 100
Overall Rating: 100

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| [10] Features                                                               |
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This section of the guide will list all the options available under Features.

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| [10.1] VIP                                                                  |
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The VIP is your Virtual Identity Profile.  It's basically your typical user
profile found in most sports games, although it does a lot more.  It not only
saves your stats (wins, losses, crib, etc.), but it tracks how you play the
game.  If you pass along left field most of the time, your VIP will reflect
this and give you a left field pass percentage of 95% (compared to other stuff,
for example).  With the VIP, you can play your friends, even if you're not
actually playing them.  Have them load their VIP into your system, and you can
play a virtual them, whenever you like.  The computer will read your friend's
VIP, and play as it dictates.  If your friend likes to run the ball up the
middle or call hot routes a lot, that's what the computer will do.  The VIP
records the following information.  You can also view the VIP profile for all
32 NFL coaches.

Offensive Playcalling Tendencies
This page shows what kind of moves you prefer doing, shown in a percentage as
measured against the other moves.

Coach's Pick     How often you let the CPU pick a play for you.
Play Flip        How often you like to flip plays
Hurry To Line    How often you like to hurry to the line after a play
Motion           How often you send a man in motion
Audible          How often you call audibles
Hot Routes       How often you call and use hot routes

                                  ==--==--==

Offensive Tendencies
This page shows what offensive maneuvers you like to use, whether you prefer
tapping the button or charging the move first, and what your favorite hot route
is.

In a pie chart, you're shown whether you tap or charge moves.  Tap is measured
in red, and charge is measured in yellow.  The more of a certain color, the
more you use that method.

Underneath the pie chart, in a square box, the VIP shows what hot route you
like to call the most.

To the left of both of these is a large circular chart with five words: Stiff
Arm (top), Shoulder (middle-right), Spin (bottom-right), Shimmy (bottom-left),
and Juke (upper-left).  There is a large blue arrow that shows which move you
tend to use the most.  If you like to shoulder charge into people, the arrow
will be pointing at the "Shoulder" keyword.

                                  ==--==--==

Defensive Tendencies (1 of 2)
This page shows some of the moves you like to use on defense, from the D-Line
to tackling.

In a pie chart, you're shown whether you tap or charge moves.  Tap is measured
in red, and charge is measured in yellow.  The more of a certain color, the
more you use that method.

Underneath the pie chart is a half-circle (like a car's speed gauge) labeled
Tackling.  It has the words: Dive (left), Balanced (upper-middle), and Wrap
(right).  It shows what method of tackling you prefer to use.  Do you dive
after attackers?  Do you like to wrap them up and take them down?  Or do you
use a combination to balance it out?

To the left of both of those is a circular picture labeled "D-Line Shift".
This records what method you like to organize your D-Line in five categories:
Even (top), Right (upper-right), Pinch (lower-right), Spread (lower-left), and
Left (upper-left).  Whatever you use the most is what the arrow will point at.

                                  ==--==--==

Defensive Tendencies (2 of 2)
This page shows the remainder of your defensive moves.

On the right side of the page are two half-circles.  The top one is labeled
"Int Pass vs. Block Pass", and is labeled: 100 (left), 50/50 (top), and 100
(right).  What this measures is how often you block passes (tip them away,
causing an interception), or how often you grab a pass for an interception.
The arrow will point somewhere in between the three numbers.  If you block
passes half the time, but grab interceptions the other half, it'll hover around
the 50/50 mark.

Underneath this is the Hot Blitz Usage graph, labeled: 0% (left), 50% (top),
and 100% (right).  This measures how often you use blitz attacks.

To the left of these graphs is a large circle labeled "Def. Special Moves" with
the words: Club (top), Swim (top-right), Rip (lower-right), Spin (lower-left),
and Rush (upper-left).  This graph measures what kind of defensive moves you
like to use the most.

                                  ==--==--==

Defensive Tendencies Shifts
This page shows how you use your LB and Secondary shifts.

The left graph, labeled "LB Shifts", has the following: Even (top), Right (top-
right), Pinch (lower-right), Spread (lower-left), and Left (upper-left).  This
circle records in what positions you shift your LBs into.

The right graph, labeled "Secondary Shifts", has the following: Even (Top),
Inside (upper-right), Off (lower-right), Press (lower-left), and Outside
(upper-left).  This circle records in what positions you shift your secondaries
into.

                                  ==--==--==

Yards Per Game
This screen shows what you average per game in six categories.

Rush For              How many rushing yards you gain per game
Rush Allowed          How many rushing yards you allow per game
Pass For              How many passing yards you gain per game
Pass Allowed          How many passing yards you allow per game
Scoring For           How many points you score per game
Scoring Allowed       How many points you allow per game

                                  ==--==--==

Offensive Recap
This screen shows how good you are at converting on third and fourth, as well
as the type of move you like to do.

At the top of the page, there is a pie graph on the left and right.  The left
one shows ow often you like to run versus how often you like to pass.  Run is
measured in red, and pass is measured in blue.  If the pie is mostly blue, it
means you pass most of the time.  The right pie graph shows whether most of
your touchdowns are from rushing or passing.  Rushing is measured in red, and
passing is measured in blue.  If the pie is mostly red, it means most of your
touchdowns are scored on rushing plays.

Underneath the pie's are two half-circles.  The one on the left is labeled "3rd
Down Conversion" and has the following: 0% (left), 50% (top), and 100% (right).
The gray line will point to one of the numbers, which measures how successful
you are in converting a third down to a first.  If it hovers around the fifty,
you seem to convert successfully half the time, but don't the other half.

To the right of that circle is one labeled "4th Down Conversion".  It is
exactly the same as the 3rd down conversion circle, except it measures how
often you turn fourth downs into first downs.

                                  ==--==--==

Rushing Breakdown
This page shows you on what side of the field you like to rush, as well as the
average amount of yards.

On the left side, you'll see a bar graph labeled "Avg Att Per-Direction".
There are three bars labeled Left, Middle, Right (blue, red, yellow).  The
higher the bar, and the reading of the number, shows your average attempt per
direction.

The right side bar graph, labeled "Avg Yds Per-Direction", is labeled the same,
but measures the average amount of yards you run on what side of the field.

                                  ==--==--==

Passing Chart
This page shows where you like to pass the most.

The page is split into nine categories: Long Left, Long Middle, Long Right,
Medium Left, Medium Middle, Middle Right, Short Left, Short Middle and Short
Right.  The numbers in each box are your completion/attempts.  If it says you
have 23/38 for Medium Left, it means out of 38 medium length throws to the left
side of the field, 23 of them are caught successfully.

                                  ==--==--==

NFL Comparison
This page shows you how to play, compared to other teams in the NFL.

The left bar graph, labeled "Rushing Comparison", shows how many yards per game
you get out of rushing plays.  You are represented in blue, the NFL in red.  If
your bar is higher than the NFL, it means you get more yards in average.

The right bar graph is exactly the same, except it's for passing yards.

                                  ==--==--==

Red Zone Efficiency
This page shows how efficient you are in the red zone (the goaline).

Field Goal For           How many field goals you score from the red zone
Field Goal Allowed       How many field goals you allow from the red zone
T.D. For                 How many touchdowns you score from the red zone
T.D. Allowed             How many touchdowns you allow from the red zone
Scoring %                Your scoring percentage from the red zone
Scoring % Allowed        The scoring percentage of others from the red zone

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| [10.1.1] Stat Book                                                          |
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By going into the VIP option under FEATURES, you can view your stats that
accumulate from each and every game you've played and ever will play.  Stats
are broken into three categories.  This is a cool feature to check up on if
you're wondering how close you are to a milestone.  ESPN NFL 2K5 features a
lot, and I mean a lot of stats, so all you stat freaks should be happy.

Career Stats
************

Points
Total Yards
Yards Rushing
Yards Passing
Points Allowed
Total Yards Allowed
Yards Allowed Rushing
Yards Allowed Passing
First Downs
Carries
Yards Per Carry
Pass Attempts
Completions
Completion %
Touchdowns Rushing
Touchdowns Passing
Kick Return Touchdowns
Punt Return Touchdowns
Interception Touchdowns
Fumble Touchdowns
Tackles
Interceptions
Sacks
Defensive Touchdowns
3rd Down Conversion Attempts
3rd Down Conversions
3rd Down Conversions %
4th Down Conversion Attempts
4th Down Conversions
4th Down Conversions %
Redzone Possessions
Redzone Field Goals
Redzone Touchdowns
Redzone Scoring %
Redzone Stands
Redzone Field Goals Allowed
Redzone Touchdowns Allowed
Redzone Scoring % Allowed
Extra Point Attempts
Extra Point Conversions
2pt Conversion Attempts
2pt Conversions
2pt Conversions %
Running Plays
Pass Plays
Carries Outside Left
Carries Inside Left
Carries Inside Right
Carries Outside Right
Yards Rushing Outside Left
Yards Rushing Inside Left
Yards Rushing Inside Right
Yards Rushing Outside Right
Pass Attempts Left
Pass Attempts Middle
Pass Attempts Right
Pass Attempts Left Short
Pass Attempts Middle Short
Pass Attempts Right SHort
Pass Attempts Left Medium
Pass Attempts Middle Medium
Pass Attempts Right Medium
Pass Attempts Left Deep
Pass Attempts Middle Deep
Pass Attempts Right Deep
Completions Left
Completions Middle
Completions Right
Completions Left Short
Completions Middle Short
Completions Right Short
Completions Left Medium
Completions Middle Medium
Completions Right Medium
Completions Left Deep
Completions Middle Deep
Completions Right Deep
Punt Returns
Punt Return Yards
Kick Returns
Kick Return Yards
Penalties
Yards Penalized
Turnovers
Points Off Turnovers
Punts
Punts Inside 20 Yard Line
Yards Punting
Yards Net Punting
Yards Per Punt
Yards Net Per Punt
Most Consecutive Games Rushing TD
Most Consecutive Games Passing TD

                                  ==--==--==

Game Stats
**********

Largest Victory Margin
Most Points
Most Points in 1st Quarter
Most Points in 2nd Quarter
Most Points in 3rd Quarter
Most Points in 4th Quarter
Most Points in A Quarter
Most Points in 1st Half
Most Points in 2nd Half
Most Points in A Half
Most Points in No Touchdowns
Most Touchdowns
Most PATs
Most 2pt Conversions
Most Field Goals Attempted
Most Field Goals
Most Field Goals 50+ Yards
Most Total Yards
Most Yards Rushing
Highest Yards Per Carry
Most Carries
Most Touchdowns Rushing
Most Yards Passing
Highest Yards Per Completion
Most Pass Attempts
Most Completions
Most Touchdowns Passing
Most Times Intercepted
Most Times Sacked
Most Kick Returns
Most Kick Return Yards
Most Kick Return Touchdowns
Most Punt Returns
Most Punt Return Yards
Most Punt Return Touchdowns
Most Fumbles
Most Fumbles Lost
Most Penalties
Fewest Penalties
Fewest Points Allowed
Most Points Allowed
Fewest Touchdowns Allowed
Most Touchdowns Allowed
Fewest Rushing Touchdowns Allowed
Most Rushing Touchdowns Allowed
Fewest Passing Touchdowns Allowed
Most Passing Touchdowns Allowed
Fewest First Downs Allowed
Most First Downs Allowed
Fewest Total Yards Allowed
Most Total Yards Allowed
Fewest Yards Allowed Rushing
Most Yards Allowed Rushing
Fewest Yards Allowed Passing
Most Yards Allowed Passing
Fewest Yards Allowed Kick Return
Most Yards Allowed Kick Return
Highest Average Yards Per Kick Return
Lowest Average Yards Per Kick Return
Most Kick Return Touchdowns Allowed
Most Defensive Touchdowns
Most Sacks
Most Opponent Turnovers
Fewest Opponent Turnovers
Most Interceptions
Most Yards From Interceptions
Most Touchdowns From Interceptions
Most Fumbles Recovered
Most Safeties Scored

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Play Stats
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Longest Carry
Longest Pass
Longest Field Goal
Longest Punt
Longest Punt Return
Longest Kick Return
Longest Interception Return

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| [10.2] Roster Manager                                                       |
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Under Roster Manager, you'll be able to change a whole lot of options, all
related to, duh, rosters.

Team Rosters
  This option takes you to the team rosters for all 32 NFL teams, as well as
  the free agency.  You can edit any player, from his name and clothing to his
  stats.  You can choose to assign a player to any team you wish, or release
  him to the free agency.  If you're browsing the free agency, you can assign a
  free agent to any team you want him to be on.  You can also edit the free
  agents.

Depth Chart
  This option allows you to reorder the depth chart of the offense, defense and
  special teams of all 32 teams.

Manage Playbooks
  This option allows you to change the playbooks of any NFL team, allowing you
  to add or remove plays at your whim.

Downloaded Rosters
  This option shows you the rosters you've downloaded.  If you don't have Xbox
  Live, or haven't downloaded any rosters, chances are this option won't lead
  anywhere.

Reset Roster
  Resets everything you've done, in case you screwed up somewhere along the
  line.

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| [10.3] Historic Teams                                                       |
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With this option, you can load a historic team, then change the players names,
appearances and stats to be as accurate as possible, since most teams use names
like "Quarterback" or "Tight End" or "Defensive End".  The available historic
teams are:

49ers '81
49ers '89
49ers '94
49ers '03
Bears '63
Bears '86
Bengals '81
Bengals '88
Bills '64
Bills '90
Broncos '77
Broncos '88
Broncos '98
Browns '64
Browns '86
Buccaneers '79
Buccaneers '99
Buccaneers '02
Cardinals '75
Chargers '63
Chargers '80
Chargers '94
Chiefs '69
Chiefs '93
Colts '70
Cowboys '71
Cowboys '77
Cowboys '92
Dolphins '72
Dolphins '84
Eagles '60
Eagles '80
Eagles '04
Falcons '80
Falcons '98
Giants '56
Giants '86
Giants '90
Giants '03
Jaguars '99
Jets '68
Jets '98
Lions '53
Lions '91
Oilers '61
Oilers '79
Packers '66
Packers '96
Packers '04
Panthers '96
Panthers '03
Patriots '85
Patriots '01
Patriots '03
Raiders '67
Raiders '76
Raiders '83
Rams '79
Rams '99
Ravens '00
Redskins '82
Redskins '87
Redskins '91
Saints '91
Saints '00
Seahawks '84
Seahawks '99
Steelers '75
Steelers '78
Steelers '95
Texans '62
Titans '99
Vikings '99
Vikings '73
Vikings '98

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| [10.4] Team Create                                                          |
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Ah, one of the best parts of sports games, this option allows you to create
your own team.

The first step to creating your team is to choose your logo.  There are quite a
few options to choose from, like an alien, a train, a pot of gold, a pair of
swords, a flaming skull, a ninja, and more.  You can basically create any team,
like the Fire Skulls, or something.  I'm unimaginative, I know.

After choosing your logo, you'll be able to input the name of the city of the
team, the name of the team, the team's short name, and the coach's first and
last name.

After setting up the names, you'll be able to choose what your home stadium
will be.  You can pick between any of the standard NFL team stadiums, stadiums
specially created for the different logos of the different teams, like Gold
Coast Dome for the pot of gold logo, or any unlocked stadiums purchased through
the Crib.

After choosing your stadium, you'll be able to draft players.  You can choose
from any player in any position from any NFL team.  You need a total of 50
players minimum, with 54 being the max.  You need:

3 Quarterbacks
1 Kicker
1 Punter
6 Wide Receivers
6 Cornerbacks
2 Free Safeties
2 Strong Safeties
3 Half Backs
2 Full Backs
3 Tight Ends
4 Outside Linebackers
3 Inside Linebackers
2 Corners
3 Guards
3 Tackles
3 Defensive Tackles
3 Defensive Ends

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| [10.5] Player Create                                                        |
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Even better then the Team Create option is the player create option.  There's
nothing cooler then making yourself star quarterback of your team.

When you first decide to create your player, you'll have to configure all the
basic stuff, which is:

First Name
Last Name
Position
Jersey Number
College
Birth Month
Birth Day
Birth Year
Best Hand

After selecting the basics, you will configure your player's appearance.  Want
him to look like you, or be a fat guy?

Body Type
Skin Tone
Face
Height
Weight

After setting your appearance, you can choose what equipment your player will
use.  You can choose:

Helmet
Face Mask
Face Shield
Eyeblack
Mouthpiece
Left Glove
Right Glove
Left Wristband
Right Wristband
Left Elbow Pad
Right Elbow Pad
Sleeves
Left Shoe
Right Shoe
Neck Roll
Turtleneck

With your equipment selected, it's time to move on to your stats.  You can pick
from pre-configured types of players depending on what position you chose (any
position not listed, like Kicker, has no pre-configured attributes):

Quarterback
  Pocket QB
  Scrambling QB
  Balanced QB

Wide Receiver
  Speed WR
  Hands WR
  Balanced WR

Cornerback
  Cover CB
  Physical CB
  Balanced CB

Free Safety
  Cover FS
  Physical FS
  Balanced FS

Strong Safety
  Cover FS
  Physical FS
  Balanced FS

Halfback
  Finesse HB
  Power HB
  Balanced HB

Fullback
  Blocking FB
  Catching FB
  Balanced FB

Tight End
  Catching TE
  Blocking TE
  Balanced TE

Outside Linebacker
  Run Stop OLB
  Coverage OLB
  Balanced OLB

Inside Linebacker
  Run Stop ILB
  Coverage ILB
  Balanced ILB

Center
  Run Blocking OL
  Pass Blocking OL
  Balanced OL

Guard
  Run Blocking OL
  Pass Blocking OL
  Balanced OL

Tackle
  Run Blocking OL
  Pass Blocking OL
  Balanced OL

Defensive Tackle
  Run Stop DL
  Pass Rush DL
  Balanced DL

Defensive End
  Run Stop DL
  Pass Rush DL
  Balanced DL

If you don't want to choose a pre-determined type of player, you can set your
own attributes.  They are listed here, with a brief description.  Remember, the
higher the number, the better your player in that category, and the lower the
number, the worse the player.  For example, a player with a 97 in Speed can run
very fast, while his rating of Hold On To Ball of 13 means he has a tendency to
drop it a lot when attempting to catch.

Speed
  How fast you run.

Agility
  Agility only affects spin moves and jukes.  It also helps with how quickly a
  player can change direction when running.

Strength
  How good you are at holding off defenders/performing special moves.

Jumping
  How good you are at jumping (the higher the number, the higher the jump).

Pass Accuracy
  How accurate your passes are.

Pass Arm Strength
  How powerful your arm is (the higher the number, the more distance).

Pass Read Coverage
  How good your player can read coverages.

Scramble
  How good your QB is at scrambling.

Leadership
  I'm not sure what this means.  Do you know?  Let me know!

Composure
  How good you are under pressure (i.e. the defenders break through the line
  and you're forced to throw the ball; this determines how good that throw will
  be).

Hold On To Ball
  Determines the player's chances of fumbling when hit; lower = higher
  fumble rate; higher = lower fumble rate.

Power Run Style
  What kind of run style your player uses.

Stamina
  How long your player can last before having to be subbed out.

Durability
  The player's resistance to injury; lower = higher chance of being injured,
  higher = lower chance of being injured.

Break Tackle
  How good you are at breaking out of a tackle.

Catch
  How often you can catch the ball.

Run Blocking
  How good an offensive player is at blocking defenders on a run play.

Pass Blocking
  How good an offensive player is at blocking defenders on a pass play.

Run Route
  Applies to all pass routes. A better score means the player runs the route
  crisper and quicker.  For example, he makes cuts quicker and at the proper
  yards from the line of scrimmage.

Run Coverage
  How good a defensive player is at recognizing and reacting to a run play.

Pass Rush
  How good you are at rushing on passes.

Tackle
  How good you can tackle opponents.

Coverage
  How good your player is at covering.

Consistency
  How consistent you are (i.e. you'll consistently throw good passes).

Aggressiveness
  How aggressive you are on the field.

Kick Power
  How powerful your kick is.

Kick Accuracy
  How accurate your kick is (punts, field goals, PATs, kickoffs).



(Thanks to James. S for sending in the definition of some of the above
attributes)

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| [10.6] Celebrations                                                         |
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You can program up to five different celebrations on five buttons:

B, X, Y, LEFT TRIGGER, RIGHT TRIGGER

There are several celebrations available from the beginning, and you can buy
ten extra ones (one per catalog) from the various catalogs you unlock in your
Crib.  The ones that are available right away are:

Cabbage Patch
The Chau
Chest Pound
Chicken Neck
Love Crazy
Dirty Bird
Fadeaway
Field Goal
Get Your Roll On
The Heavens
The Hot Foot
I Can't Hear You
The Justice
The Jynx
Primetime I
Primetime II
Push Ups
The Robot
Running Man
Shhhh
Shine Time
The Spike
Stand Up
The Tootsie
Tread Spike
Walking
Mr. Flamboyant

You can also buy new celebrations for your Crib.  Each celebration costs 3,000
crib points.  They are:

The Bullseye           Catalog: Kickoff
To The Bank            Catalog: Gridiron Collection
The Lazy Patch         Catalog: NFL @ Home
Let's Get Rolling      Catalog: Turf and Dome
Namu Navarro           Catalog: Ultimate Fan Gear
The Robot 2.0          Catalog: Tailgater
The Sprinkler          Catalog: 4th and Goal
The Herman             Catalog: Top Fan
The Typewriter         Catalog: Modern Crib
The Wap                Catalog: The Wap

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| [10.7] Stadium Music                                                        |
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This is a great feature of ESPN NFL 2K5.  It allows you to use custom music
that you've copied to your Xbox for play in the game.  You can choose to have
music play for any of the following events:

Touchdown, HOME
Field Goal/Point After, OME
Sack, HOME
First Down, HOME
Made 2pt Conversion, HOME
Safety, HOME
Fumble Recovery, HOME
Interception, HOME
Punt/Kick Return, HOME
Incomplete On Third Down, AWAY
Loss on 3rd Down, AWAY
Miss 2pt Conversion, AWAY
Miss FG/PAT, AWAY
End of Quarter
End of Game
Stadium Intro
Two Minute Warning

You can choose to have as many songs play for as many events if you want, or
only have songs play for two events, leaving the rest blank.  To see what songs
other people have, check section [13].  You can also e-mail me what songs you
choose to have play to give others an idea of what people like.

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| [11] Extras                                                                 |
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The Extras menu has all the options that don't fit anywhere else.

Offensive Training
  Watch a video showing you offensive techniques, with moves brand new to 2K5.

Defensive Training
  Watch a video showing you defensive techniques, with moves brand new to 2K5.

ESPN Video Games
  Watch a video with short clips from different ESPN 2K5 titles; they are ESPN
  NFL 2K5, ESPN NHL 2K5, ESPN NBA 2K5, and ESPN College Hoops 2K5.

Game Manual
  This option allows you to view the in-game manual.  It is much, much, much,
  much more comprehensive then the standard instruction booklet.

Reference Guide
  This a guide to help those who don't understand much about football.  It
  explains what formations mean, what audibles are, how you read coverages,
  etc.

Game Registration
  This doesn't do anything except bring up a screen telling you to register
  your game at ESPNVideoGames.com

Credits
  View the credits.  You know, the people who made the game.

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| [12] Your Franchise                                                         |
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The meat and potatoes of any sports game, this section gives you details on all
aspects of Franchise mode, from pre-season to mid-season to post-season.

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| [12.1] Setting Up Your Franchise                                            |
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When beginning a franchise, you'll have to configure several options, and I'll
explain those options here.

Weekly Preparation
   On/Off.  If you choose on, you will be able to set a workout/training
   schedule for your players before they play a game, possibly increasing or
   decreasing their stats for that game.  Turn it off, and you won't bother
   with it.

First Person Football
   On/Off.  If you choose on, all games will take place as if they are First
   Person Football games.  If you choose off, you'll play as you normally
   would.

Fantasy Draft Roster
   On/Off.  If on, you'll be able to perform a fantasy draft at the beginning
   of the season without having to deal with the standard rosters.  If off, you
   will start the season with default rosters.

Customize League
   On/Off.  If on, you will be allowed to place what teams you want into what
   divisions you want.  If off, everything will be like in the NFL.

Preseason Games
   On/Off.  If on, you will play four pre-season games that serve as nothing
   more than gaining Crib points, as they don't count toward your record for
   that season.  If off, you skip them and head straight to the season.

Trade Deadline
   On/Off.  If on, once the trade deadline passes, you will not be able to
   initialize any trades or place players on the trading block until next
   season.  If off, you can trade all the way up to the Super Bowl.

Owner Firing
   On/Off.  If on, you can be fired if your team sucks and doesn't play well.
   Getting fired is the equivilant of dying in an action game; game, and
   franchise, over.  If off, you don't have to worry about it and will last
   forever even with a record of 1-16.

Edit Rookies
   On/Off.  If on, you'll be able to edit the stats of rookie players.  If off,
   you can't.

Draft Players
   Player/Assistant Coach.  If you choose Player, you'll take care of drafting
   players during the post-season.  If you choose Assistant Coach, the CPU will
   handle the draft.

Sign Draft Picks
   Player/Assistant Coach.  If you choose Player, you'll take care of signing
   drafted players, and setting up their salary.  If you choose Assistant
   Coach, the CPU will take care of it.

Re-sign Players
   Player/Assistant Coach.  If you choose Player, you'll have to re-sign your
   players once their contract ends.  If you choose Assistant Coach, the CPU
   will automatically do it.

Sign and Cut
   Player/Assistant Coach.  If you choose Player, you'll be responsible for
   signing and releasing players.  If you choose Assistant Coach, the CPU will
   do it.

Update Depth Chart
   Player/Assistant Coach.  If you choose player, you'll be the one who updates
   the depth chart whenever it's necessary.  If you choose Assistant Coach, you
   will be leaving it to the CPU.

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| [12.2] Choosing Your Team                                                   |
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This is real simple.  You choose what team you want to play as.  Didn't really
need a whole section dedicated to it, huh?  You can choose from any of the 32
NFL teams, or multiple teams if you want.

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| [12.3] Schedule                                                             |
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This is the screen from where you start all your games, from pre-season to
season to Superbowl.  The default view just shows who you will be playing, that
team's win/loss record, and where you'll be playing.  For example, if it just
says "Detroit Lions", that means you'll be playing in YOUR city.  If it says
"At Detroit Lions", that means you'll be playing in THEIR city.  You can view a
weekly schedule, which shows your game and all other games, by pressing BLACK
or WHITE.

After a game, you can check the schedule again, and it'll give you the score.
At this point, you can also click in the RIGHT STICK to watch SportsCenter for
that week.

Once you press start to begin a game, a screen will pop up, asking you for your
selection.  Your choices are:

Play Game
  Just that; start the game.

GameCast Live
  This lets you simulate the game in real-time, as if you were playing a text-
  based sports title.  You can jump into the action at any time.

Simulate Game
  This simulates the current game completely.

Simulate Week
  This simulates the entire week completely.

Simulate Pre-Season/Season
  This simulates the entire pre-season or season completely.

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| [12.4] Front Office                                                         |
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This is where you handle everything, from trades and salary management to
contracts and what your team needs.

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| [12.4.1] Franchise Status                                                   |
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This screen gives you a lot of info on the status of your franchise.  At the
top of the screen, you've got your team's city name (ATL for Atlanta, for
example), and it tells you your wins, losses, ties, percentage of wins versus
losses, winning streak, power ranking, and a few other stats.

The middle of the screen gives you your Coaching Goals, which is what you must
meet to remain coach of the team (assuming you have Owner Firing turned on).
My team, the Atlanta Falcons, has the following goals:

Primary
  Make the playoffs

Secondary
  Improve the team's rush defense
  Achieve a rank of at least 5 in the league

To the right of the goals is your status of achieving that goal.  If you seem
to be heading to completing a goal, it'll say "On Track", for example.

At the bottom of the screen is the Contract Details.  It tells you how many
years you have left in your contract.  This means that if Owner Firing is
enabled, and you aren't doing very good, you can be fired, which basically
means game over.  It also tells you who your last opponent was, who won and by
what score.

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| [12.4.2] Contracts                                                          |
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This screen allows you to view and change contracts with all your players.  You
can choose to view a player's contract, which tells you how many years you've
got that player for, their salary, their signing bonus, the team salary, and
the +/- of cap.

If you choose Re-Negotiate Contract (just Negotiate Contract for free agents),
you can attempt to sign players.  You'll be given information on the player,
from their name, their overall rating, how long they've been pro, and what
their current contract is.  At the top right, you'll see what the player wants,
and it tells you what salary he expects, what kind of contract he wants, what
signing bonus he wants, and how many years he wants.  You don't always have to
offer what the player wants, so negotiate.

Choosing "Release To Free Agency" will place that player into the free agent
list.  You'll get rid of the player and free up some money, but you'll have to
pay the player a penalty.

Choosing "Place on Trading Block" will put that player on the trading block,
and other teams can view your block to see if you have someone they want.  You
can also view other team's trading blocks and see if anyone interests you.

Choosing "Begin Trade" allows you to trade that player for someone of your
choice immediately, without having to bother with the block.

Choosing "Assign Jersey Number" allows you to change that players jersey
number.  This is really just an added feature that has no affect on your
player, team or franchise.

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| [12.4.3] Cap Management                                                     |
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This screen shows who your highest paid players are, and how much money/cap
room you'll have within a six year period, shown to you in a graph and text
form.  This screen is useful if you're trying to find out how to free up cap
space and who is costing you the most.

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| [12.4.4] Team Needs                                                         |
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This screen shows you how many players in each position you have, as well as
what you need.  Numbers in yellow mean you don't have the minium of that
position.  Clicking in the RIGHT STICK allows you to view a player's player
card.

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| [12.4.5] Trades                                                             |
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This takes you to the trade screen, where you can choose to trade players.
The CPU isn't dumb, so don't expect to trade a quarterback with a rating of 24
for a quarterback with an 89 rating.

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| [12.4.6] Trading Block                                                      |
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Place players on or take players off the trading block.  You can also view the
trading block for other teams, and see if they are offering anyone of interest.
When adding players to the trading block, you can add specific guidelines.  For
example, if you need a quarterback but have an excess kicker, you can place the
kicker on the trading block with the guideline of "quarterback" with a rating
of your choice, and you'll only be offered trades that meet your guidelines.
You can also create a guideline for draft picks, so you could trade someone,
but only for a first round pick if you wanted.

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| [12.5] Gameplan                                                             |
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This is where you configure how your team will play games.

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| [12.5.1] Depth Chart                                                        |
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The depth chart allows you to reorder lineups for your team.  If you want a
quarterback who usually doesn't start to be the starting QB, do it here.  You
can choose to reorder charts for offense, defense and special teams.

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| [12.5.2] Playbook Manager                                                   |
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You can edit or create a new playbook from here, if you're not happy with your
team's default.  Add plays, remove plays, whatever you want.  It's possible to
make a playbook full of nothing but passing plays, but that's not recommended.

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| [12.5.3] Coach's Card                                                       |
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View the player card of your coach.  At the left, you'll see a picture of the
coach.  In my case, the picture is of Jim Mora Jr., who coaches the Atlanta
Falcons.  At the top of the screen is the "Current Season" statis, which shows
the same information found in the Franchise Goals screen.

The middle part of the screen shows a bio of the coach.  It's short and simple.
For example, mine is "An energetic defensive mind who will finally get his
chance to lead."

At the bottom of the screen is the "Coaching History".  This has nothing to do
with the coach's real life stats, just in the game.  It records how long the
coach has been with the team, the longest winning streak, how many playoffs
he's gotten to, how many Superbowl's he's gotten to, how many winning season's
he's had, his season record, his win/loss streak for the current season, and
his career stats (career as in multiple franchise years, not his real-life
career stats).

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| [12.5.4] Coach Gameplan                                                     |
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Change the way your team will play.  You can move sliders to the left and
right.  These options really only matter if you're playing in Coach Mode or if
you use GameCast Live.

Offense: Run/Pass
  The further to the left, the more the coach will choose running plays.  The
  further to the right, passing will be the order of the day.

Pass: Short/Deep
  Over to the left, you'll focus on short passes.  Middle is mid-range, and all
  the way to the right are deep, long distance passes.

Run: Outside/Inside
  Over to the left, you'll prefer to make inside runs.  Over to the right, it's
  outside runs.

Defense: Run/Pass
  Left, you focus on stopping runs.  Right, you focus on passes.

Defense: Man/Zone
  Left, you focus on man-to-man coverage.  Right, you focus on playing the
  zone.

Blitz
  Left, you hardly ever blitz.  Right, you do it all the time.

Cover Short/Deep
  Left, you cover short.  Right, you prefer deeper coverage.

                                  ==--==--==

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| [12.6] ESPN.com                                                             |
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This is basically the awards/stats/communication section, where you can check
up on stuff around the league.

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| [12.6.1] E-Mail Inbox                                                       |
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Read e-mails that are automatically sent to you.  You'll get a ton of different
e-mails on different subjects, from scouting reports of your next opponent, to
weekly power rankings, to the results of your last game, to who was injured
during the week (your team and others), and more.

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| [12.6.2] Team Standings                                                     |
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This shows where your team ranks among other teams in your league.  You can
view either the NFC or AFC.  Team(s) in yellow are teams you play as.  If your
team has an "x" next to it, it means you've clinched the playoff berth.  A "y"
means you've clinched the division title, a "z" means you've clinched the first
round bye, and an "*" means you've got home field advantage.

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| [12.6.3] Transactions                                                       |
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This screen allows you to view all the transactions you've made, as well as
what other teams have made.  This means who has been signed, who has been
released, who has been terminated, etc.

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| [12.6.4] Statistics                                                         |
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This screen shows all the statistics for all teams for the current season, from
passing yards to rushing yards to third down conversion attempts, and a whole
hell of a lot more.  You can sort the list by any category.  You can also view
individual player stats, as well as who is leading the league in different
categories, including passing and defense.

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| [12.6.5] Player Awards                                                      |
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This screen lets you view the primetime awards players have been awarded by
Chris Berman.  At the end of the season, you can also see who won individual
season awards, which are:

Most Valuable Player
Offensive Player of the Year
Defensive Player of the Year
Offensive Rookie of the Year
Defensive Rookie of the Year
Rushing Title
Superbowl MVP

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| [12.6.6] Injury Report                                                      |
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This screen shows you what players have been injured, their position, what kind
of injury they've sustained, and how long they're going to be out.  You can opt
to place a player on the reserve list.  This removes the player from your
roster for the entire season, and can't be reversed, but if a player is going
to be out for twenty weeks, you should do this and sign a replacement for one
year.

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| [12.6.7] Power Rankings                                                     |
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This is a simple screen and just shows you the power rankings of all 32 NFL
teams, and where you (and they) stand.  You've got your win/loss/tie record,
what your previous power ranking was (if you've moved up or down), and who your
last opponent was, and who won (as well as the score).

                                  ==--==--==

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| [12.7] Weekly Preparation                                                   |
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This is a new feature to 2K5, and it allows you to train your players on a
week-by-week basis.  If your scouting report shows that your next opponent has
a very solid passing game, you can train your players in passing techniques to
better prepare them for the game.  You can have your players exercise, play
practice games, run drills, or watch videos.  For injured players, you can
attempt to rehabilitate them, to get them back to playing condition faster.
You can also set up coach preps.  You can hold a press conference, which can
boost team morale and focus, have a meeting with your team with different
tones.  For example, if you lost by a very small margin, you can choose to have
the theme of the meeting as "Disappointed".  However you choose to do things,
your players with either decrease or increase in ratings.  If one of your star
players loses four points from a stat, don't worry, it's not permanent; it's
just the upcoming game.

I could take the time to explain a good preparation, but instead, I recommend
you check out another FAQ on GameFAQs, written by yodawgyo.  It is called the
"Weekly Preparation FAQ" and can be found here:

http://www.gamefaqs.com/console/xbox/game/920177.html

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| [13] Teams                                                                  |
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There are 32 total NFL teams, as well as nine special teams, for a total of 41
teams.  These are the default ratings.

San Francisco 49ers
   Offense  72
   Defense  88
   Overall  84

==--==--==

Chicago Bears
   Offense  76
   Defense  87
   Overall  85

==--==--==

Cincinnati Bengals
   Offense  85
   Defense  79
   Overall  84

==--==--==

Buffalo Bills
   Offense  76
   Defense  91
   Overall  87

==--==--==

Denver Broncos
   Offense  80
   Defense  85
   Overall  85

==--==--==

Cleveland Browns
   Offense  73
   Defense  82
   Overall  81

==--==--==

Tampa Bay Buccaneers
   Offense  82
   Defense  92
   Overall  90

==--==--==

Arizona Cardinals
   Offense  72
   Defense  79
   Overall  79

==--==--==

San Diego Chargers
   Offense  75
   Defense  71
   Overall  76

==--==--==

Kansas City Chiefs
   Offense  94
   Defense  78
   Overall  89

==--==--==

Indianapolis Colts
   Offense  91
   Defense  78
   Overall  87

==--==--==

Dallas Cowboys
   Offense  73
   Defense  90
   Overall  85

==--==--==

Miami Dolphins
   Offense  73
   Defense  88
   Overall  85

==--==--==

Philadelphia Eagles
   Offense  83
   Defense  95
   Overall  92

==--==--==

Atlanta Falcons
   Offense  80
   Defense  85
   Overall  85

==--==--==

New York Giants
   Offense  74
   Defense  73
   Overall  76

==--==--==

Jacksonville Jaguars
   Offense  79
   Defense  88
   Overall  86

==--==--==

New York Jets
   Offense  81
   Defense  75
   Overall  81

==--==--==

Detroit Lions
   Offense  76
   Defense  80
   Overall  81

==--==--==

Green Bay Packers
   Offense  88
   Defense  74
   Overall  84

==--==--==

Carolina Panthers
   Offense  87
   Defense  93
   Overall  92

==--==--==

New England Patriots
   Offense  86
   Defense  96
   Overall  93

==--==--==

Oakland Raiders
   Offense  84
   Defense  89
   Overall  89

==--==--==

St. Louis Rams
   Offense  80
   Defense  76
   Overall  85

==--==--==

Baltimore Ravens
   Offense  83
   Defense  90
   Overall  89

==--==--==

Washington Redskins
   Offense  85
   Defense  76
   Overall  83

==--==--==

New Orleans Saints
   Offense  88
   Defense  77
   Overall  85

==--==--==

Seattle Seahawks
   Offense  90
   Defense  77
   Overall  86

==--==--==

Pittsburgh Steelers
   Offense  78
   Defense  78
   Overall  80

==--==--==

Houston Texans
   Offense 72
   Defense 76
   Overall 77

==--==--==

Tennessee Titans
   Offense  88
   Defense  78
   Overall  86

==--==--==

Minnesota Vikings
   Offense  95
   Defense  78
   Overall  90

                                  ==--==--==

The following are alumni teams, made up of the best players from the standard
NFL teams.

FW Alumni
   Offense  100
   Defense  100
   Overall  100

==--==--==

GP Alumni
   Offense  93
   Defense  92
   Overall  94

==--==--==

MW Alumni
   Offense  100
   Defense  100
   Overall  100

==--==--==

NE Alumni
   Offense  97
   Defense  100
   Overall  100

==--==--==

SE Alumni
   Offense  100
   Defense  100
   Overall  100

==--==--==

SW Alumni
   Offense  91
   Defense  100
   Overall  98

==--==--==

AFC
   Offense  100
   Defense  100
   Overall  100

==--==--==

NFC
   Offense  100
   Defense  100
   Overall  100

==--==--==

NFL
   Offense  100
   Defense  100
   Overall  100

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| [14] Your Stadium Music                                                     |
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This section will be made up of submissions by different gamers.  If you use
the awesome stadium music feature, why not submit what songs you use?  All you
have to do is send me an e-mail with your music choices (artist and song), as
well as what you use that song for (TD?  Interception?), and I'll add it to
this list so other gamers can get an idea of what kind of music would work good
in what categories.  To start off, I'll list mine.  I'm adding and removing
from it all the time!  The layout is as follows:

NAME OF PERSON
**************
EVENT
  ARTIST - SONG

                                  ==--==--==

JPaterson
*********
Touchdown, HOME
  Guns N' Roses - Paradise City
  Guns N' Roses - Sweet Child 'O Mine
  Andrew W.K. - Party Hard

Field Goal/PAT, HOME
  Guns N' Roses - Sweet Child 'O Mine
  Barenaked Ladies - It's All Been Done

Sack, HOME
  Ozzy Osbourne - Over the Mountain
  Ozzy Osbourne - Crazy Babies

First Down, HOME
  Barenaked Ladies - It's All Been Done
  Andrew W.K. - Never Let Down
  Andrew W.K. - Ready to Die
  Rob Zombie - Dragula

Made 2pt Conversion, HOME
  Barenaked Ladies - It's All Been Done

Safety, HOME
  Barenaked Ladies - Second Best

Fumble Recovery, HOME
  Ozzy Osbourne - Crazy Babies

Interception, HOME
  Andrew W.K. - Ready to Die

Punt/Kick Return, HOME
  Rob Zombie - Dragula
  Andrew W.K. - Party Hard

Incomplete on 3rd Down, AWAY
  NOTHING

Loss on 3rd Down, AWAY
  NOTHING

Miss 2pt Conversion, AWAY
  NOTHING

Miss FG/PAT, AWAY
  NOTHING

End of Quarter
  Barenaked Ladies - One Week
  Andrew W.K. - Party Hard

End of Game
  Guns N' Roses - Paradise City
  Andrew W.K. - Party Hard

Stadium Intro
  Guns N' Roses - Welcome to the Jungle

Two Minute Warning
  Barenaked Ladies - It's All Been Done
  Andrew W.K. - Never Let Down

                                  ==--==--==

Keith
*****
Stadium Intro
  Linkin Park - Faint

Punt/Kick Return
  Redman - Time 4 Sum Akison

Interception/Safety/Missed FG & 2pt/Fumble Recovery/Loss or Incomplete on 3rd
  Public Enemy - Shut 'Em Down (chorus)

Sack
  Jay Z - Dirt Off Your Shoulders (chorus)

First Down
  Disturbed - Down With the Sickness (drum intro to the scream)

Field Goal/PAA
  Petey Pablo - Raise Up (instrumental version)

End of Quarter/Two Minute Warning
  Ludacris - Stand Up (chorus)

Touchdown/2pt Conversion
  Linkin Park - Faint (third chorus)

End of Game
  Nelly - One

                                  ==--==--==

dmarteng.
******
(this list is presented SONG - ARTIST)

Touchdown, HOME
  We Will Rock You - Queen (The part without words)
  We Will Rock You - Queen (The part with "We will rock you")
  We Are The Champions - Queen
  They're Red Hot - Red Hot Chili Peppers

Field Goal/PAT, HOME
  Hey Man Nice Shot - Filter

Sack, HOME
  Another One Bites The Dust  - Queen
  Under Pressure  - Queen
  This Fire - Franz Ferdinand
  Pyscho Killer - The Talking Heads
  Shake It Up - Cars

First Down, HOME
  We Will Rock You - Queen (The part without words)

Made 2pt Conversion, HOME
  We Will Rock You - Queen (The part with "We will rock you")

Safety, HOME
  Another One Bites The Dust  - Queen
  Under Pressure  - Queen
  This Fire - Franz Ferdinand

Fumble Recovery, HOME
  Another One Bites The Dust  - Queen
  Under Pressure  - Queen
  This Fire - Franz Ferdinand
  Shake It Up - Cars

Interception, HOME
  Another One Bites The Dust  - Queen
  Under Pressure  - Queen
  This Fire - Franz Ferdinand
  Shake It Up - Cars

Punt/Kick Return, HOME
  We Will Rock You - Queen (The part without words)

Incomplete on 3rd Down, AWAY
  I'm So Bad - Oingo Boingo
  I Can't Get No (Satisfaction) - Rolling Stones
  Beat it - Michael Jackson

Loss on 3rd Down, AWAY
  I'm So Bad - Oingo Boingo
  I Can't Get No (Satisfaction) - Rolling Stones
  Beat it - Michael Jackson

Miss 2pt Conversion, AWAY
  I'm So Bad - Oingo Boingo

Miss FG/PAT, AWAY
  I'm So Bad - Oingo Boingo
  I Can't Get No (Satisfaction) - Rolling Stones

End of Quarter
  Break On Through - Doors
  I Can't Stop Loving You - Ray Charles
  Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This) - Eurythmics
  When Your in Prison - Offspring

End of Game
  We Are The Champions - Queen

Stadium Intro
  Jungle Boogie - Kool & The Gang
  Hammer To Fall - Queen
  Float On - Modest Mouse

Two Minute Warning
  The Show Must Go On - Queen

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| [15] Available Stadiums                                                     |
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ESPN NFl 2K5 comes with a ton of stadiums immediately available, and it also
lets you buy new stadiums from the Crib catalogs.  There are also stadiums that
are considered home stadiums for any created teams.

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| [15.1] NFL Stadiums                                                         |
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For these NFL stadiums, I have listed the name of the stadium as presented in
ESPN NFL 2K5, as well as the name of the stadium from several websites.  One or
the other is correct, or do they go by both names?  Any football fans want to
enlighten me?  I'll credit you for your corrections.

                                  ==--==--==

Arizona Stadium (Sun Devil Stadium)
Type: Outdoor
Field: Grass
Capacity: 73,379
Location: Tempe, AZ

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   85, Sunny
Oct-Nov    66, Sunny
Dec-Jan    52, Sunny

Home Team: Arizona Cardinals

==--==--==

Georgia Dome
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 71,149
Location: Atlanta, GA

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

Home Team: Atlanta Falcons

==--==--==

M&T Bank Stadium
Type: Outdoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 69,084
Location: Baltimore, MD

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   72, Sunny
Oct-Nov    51, Sunny
Dec-Jan    33, Sunny

Home Team: Baltimore Ravens

==--==--==

Ralph Wilson Stadium
Type: Outdoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 73,967
Location: Orchard Park, NY

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   65, Cloudy
Oct-Nov    45, Rainy
Dec-Jan    25, Snowy

Home Team: Buffalo Bills

==--==--==

B of A Stadium (Bank of America Stadium)
Type: Outdoor
Field: Grass
Capacity: 73,367
Location: Charlotte, NC

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   75, Sunny
Oct-Nov    56, Sunny
Dec-Jan    40, Sunny

Home Team: Carolina Panthers

==--==--==

Chicago Field (Soldier Field)
Type: Outdoor
Field: Grass
Capacity: 66,944
Location: Chicago, IL

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   69, Sunny
Oct-Nov    47, Sunny
Dec-Jan    24, Windy

Home Team: Chicago Bears

==--==--==

Paul Brown Stadium
Type: Outdoor
Field: Grass
Capacity: 65,535
Location: Cincinnati, OH

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Sunny
Oct-Nov    49, Sunny
Dec-Jan    29, Cloudy

Home Team: Cincinnati Bengals

==--==--==

Texas Stadium
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 65,595
Location: Irving, TX

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   81, Dome
Oct-Nov    61, Dome
Dec-Jan    44, Dome

Home Team: Dallas Cowboys

==--==--==

Invesco Field
Type: Outdoor
Field: Grass
Capacity: 76,125
Location: Denver, CO

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   66, Sunny
Oct-Nov    45, Sunny
Dec-Jan    30, Windy

Home Team: Denver Broncos

==--==--==

Ford Field
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 65,000
Location: Detroit, MI

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

Home Team: Detroit Lions

==--==--==

Lambeau Field
Type: Outdoor
Field: Grass
Capacity: 72,515
Location: Green Bay, WI

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   63, Sunny
Oct-Nov    41, Sunny
Dec-Jan    16, Cloudy

Home Team: Green Bay Packers

==--==--==

RCA Dome
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 60,272
Location: Indianapolis, IN

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

Home Team: Indianapolis Colts

==--==--==

Alltel Stadium
Type: Outdoor
Field: Grass
Capacity: 73,000
Location: Jacksonville, FL

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   79, Rainy
Oct-Nov    65, Sunny
Dec-Jan    53, Sunny

Home Team: Jacksonville Jaguars

==--==--==

Arrowhead Stadium
Type: Outdoor
Field: Grass
Capacity: 79,451
Location: Kansas City, MO

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   71, Sunny
Oct-Nov    49, Sunny
Dec-Jan    27, Windy

Home Team: Kansas City Chiefs

==--==--==

Pro Player Stadium
Type: Outdoor
Field: Grass
Capacity: 75,540
Location: Miami, FL

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   82, Rainy
Oct-Nov    75, Cloudy
Dec-Jan    67, Sunny

Home Team: Miami Dolphins

==--==--==

H.H.H. Metrodome (Metrodome)
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 64,121
Location: Minneapolis, MN

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

Home Team: Minnesota Vikings

==--==--==

Gillette Stadium
Type: Outdoor
Field: Grass
Capacity: 68,000
Location: Foxboro, MA

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   65, Sunny
Oct-Nov    46, Cloudy
Dec-Jan    26, Cloudy

Home Team: New England Patriots

==--==--==

Louisiana Super Dome (Superdome)
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 69,703
Location: New Orleans, LA

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   79, Dome
Oct-Nov    65, Dome
Dec-Jan    52, Dome

Home Team: New Orleans Saints

==--==--==

Giants Stadium
Type: Outdoor
Field: Grass
Capacity: 80,242
Location: East Rutherford, NJ

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   72, Sunny
Oct-Nov    52, Sunny
Dec-Jan    32, Cloudy

Home Team: New York Giants

==--==--==

Jets Stadium
Type: Outdoor
Field: Grass
Capacity: 80,242
Location: East Rutherford, NJ

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   72, Sunny
Oct-Nov    52, Sunny
Dec-Jan    32, Cloudy

Home Team: New York Jets

==--==--==

Network Associates (Network Associates Coliseum)
Type: Outdoor
Field: Grass
Capacity: 63,026
Location: Oakland, CA

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   65, Sunny
Oct-Nov    60, Sunny
Dec-Jan    50, Sunny

Home Team: Oakland Raiders

==--==--==

Lincoln Financial Field
Type: Outdoor
Field: Grass
Capacity: 68,532
Location: Philadelphia, PA

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   71, Sunny
Oct-Nov    51, Sunny
Dec-Jan    32, Cloudy

Home Team: Philadelphia Eagles

==--==--==

Heinz Field
Type: Outdoor
Field: Grass
Capacity: 64,450
Location: Pittsburgh, PA

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   67, Sunny
Oct-Nov    47, Cloudy
Dec-Jan    27, Snowy

Home Team: Pittsburgh Steelers

==--==--==

Edward Jones Dome
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 66,000
Location: St. Louis, MO

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

Home Team: St. Louis Rams

==--==--==

Qualcomm Stadium
Type: Outdoor
Field: Grass
Capacity: 71,500
Location: San Diego, CA

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   72, Sunny
Oct-Nov    64, Sunny
Dec-Jan    57, Sunny

Home Team: San Diego Chargers

==--==--==

San Francisco Park (3Com Park)
Type: Outdoor
Field: Grass
Capacity: 70,270
Location: San Francisco, CA

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   61, Sunny
Oct-Nov    59, Sunny
Dec-Jan    51, Sunny

Home Team: San Francisco 49ers

==--==--==

Qwest Field (Seattle Seahawks Stadium)
Type: Outdoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 67,000
Location: Seattle, WA

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   63, Sunny
Oct-Nov    49, Rainy
Dec-Jan    40, Rainy

Home Team: Seattle Seahawks

==--==--==

Tampa Bay Stadium (Raymond James Stadium)
Type: Outdoor
Field: Grass
Capacity: 66,000
Location: Tampa, FL

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   81, Rainy
Oct-Nov    71, Sunny
Dec-Jan    60, Sunny

Home Team: Tampa Bay Buccaneers

==--==--==

Titans Coliseum (The Coliseum)
Type: Outdoor
Field: Grass
Capacity: 68,798
Location: Nashville, TN

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   74, Sunny
Oct-Nov    55, Sunny
Dec-Jan    37, Cloudy

Home Team: Tennessee Titans

==--==--==

Washington Field (FedEx Field)
Type: Outdoor
Field: Grass
Capacity: 80,116
Location: Raljon, MD

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   74, Sunny
Oct-Nov    54, Sunny
Dec-Jan    36, Sunny

Home Team: Washington Redskins

==--==--==

Cleveland Stadium (Cleveland Browns Stadium)
Type: Outdoor
Field: Grass
Capacity: 73,200
Location: Cleveland, OH

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   67, Sunny
Oct-Nov    47, Cloudy
Dec-Jan    26, Snowy

Home Team: Cleveland Browns

==--==--==

Reliant Stadium
Type: Indoor
Field: Grass
Capacity: 69,500
Location: Houston, TX

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

Home Team: Houston Texans

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| [15.2] Created Team Stadiums                                                |
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While the created teams don't have any official names (you created them, after
all), they do have a name set by Visual Concepts.

                                  ==--==--==

Alien Arena
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 67,248
Location: Roswell, NM

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

==--==--==

Atomic Dome
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 73,118
Location: Alamogordo, NM

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

==--==--==

Metro Field
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 62,228
Location: Hickory, NC

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

==--==--==

Bat Field
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 66,628
Location: Kenosha, WI

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

==--==--==

Axe Superdome
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 62,529
Location: Boise, ID

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

==--==--==

Angry Dog Park
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 70,444
Location: Santa Barbara, CA

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

==--==--==

Express Dome
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 59,887
Location: Salt Lake City, UT

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

==--==--==

Cat Park
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 64,227
Location: Salem, MA

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

==--==--==

Cobra Field
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 70,334
Location: San Jose, CA

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

==--==--==

Royal Arena
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 70,228
Location: Los Angeles, CA

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

==--==--==

Dragon Dome
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 67,248
Location: Portland, OR

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

==--==--==

Gold Coast Dome
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 73,118
Location: Monterey, CA

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

==--==--==

Scimitar Stadium
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 62,228
Location: Brooklyn, NY

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

==--==--==

Rebel Field
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 66,628
Location: Birmingham, AL

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

==--==--==

Jester Park
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 62,529
Location: Atlantic City, NJ

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

==--==--==

Knight Field
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 70,444
Location: Bloomington, IN

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

==--==--==

Thunderbolt Park
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 59,887
Location: Branson, MO

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

==--==--==

Norseman Stadium
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 64,227
Location: Las Vegas, NV

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

==--==--==

Star Dome
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 70,334
Location: Anaheim, CA

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

==--==--==

Viper Stadium
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 70,288
Location: Long Beach, CA

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

==--==--==

Firecracker Dome
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 67,248
Location: Reno, NV

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

==--==--==

Arachnid Park
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 62,228
Location: Palm Springs, CA

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

==--==--==

Diablo Coliseum
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 66,628
Location: Devil's Tower, WY

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

==--==--==

Rhino Park
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 62,529
Location: Jackson Hole, WY

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

==--==--==

Ariel Superdome
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 70,444
Location: Helena, MT

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

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Rising Sun Coliseum
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 59,887
Location: Flagstaff, AZ

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

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Gator Coliseum
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 64,227
Location: Gainesville, FL

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

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Outback Field
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 70,334
Location: Sacramento, CA

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

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Southwest Dome
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 66,628
Location: Grand Canyon, AZ

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

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Mercury Stadium
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 62,529
Location: San Antonio, TX

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

==--==--==

Prehistoric Park
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 70,444
Location: Anchorage, AK

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

==--==--==

Iron Hammer Coliseum
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 59,887
Location: Zion, UT

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

==--==--==

Hog Heaven
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 64,227
Location: Little Rock, AR

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

==--==--==

Zoo Dome
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 70,334
Location: Orlando, FL

Weather Conditions
Aug-Sept   70, Dome
Oct-Nov    70, Dome
Dec-Jan    70, Dome

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| [15.3] Unlockable Stadiums                                                  |
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These stadiums must be purchased from one of the catalogs before you can play
in it.

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Aloha Stadium
Type: Outdoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 50,089
Which Catalog: Gridiron Collection
Cost to Unlock: 4,300

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Super Bowl 2005 Stadium
Type: Outdoor
Field: Grass
Capacity: 73,000
Which Catalog: Turf and Dome
Cost to Unlock: 4,300

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Super Bowl 2006 Stadium
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 65,000
Which Catalog: Ultimate Fan Gear
Cost to Unlock: 4,300

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Super Bowl 2007 Stadium
Type: Outdoor
Field: Grass
Capacity: 75,192
Which Catalog: Tailgater
Cost to Unlock: 4,300

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Super Bowl 2008 Stadium
Type: Outdoor
Field: Grass
Capacity: 73,379
Which Catalog: 4th and Goal
Cost to Unlock: 4,300

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Super Bowl Future Stadium
Type: Outdoor
Field: Grass
Capacity: 73,243
Which Catalog: Top Fan
Cost to Unlock: 4,300

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Ulterior Super Bowl Stadium
Type: Outdoor
Field: Grass
Capacity: 73,243
Which Catalog: Modern Crib
Cost to Unlock: 4,300

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Visual Concepts Dome
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 64,035
Which Catalog: The Endzone
Cost to Unlock: 4,300

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ESPN Stadium
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 64,035
Which Catalog: NFL @ Home
Cost to Unlock: 4,300

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| [15.4] Celebrity Stadiums                                                   |
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These stadiums become available after you beat the celebrity whose teams plays
at these stadiums.

                                   ==--==--==

Cheesesteak Dome
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 66,628
Celebrity to Beat: Jamie Kennedy

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Loco Arena
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 62,529
Celebrity to Beat: David Arquette

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Electra Coliseum
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 70,444
Celebrity to Beat: Carmen Electra

==--==--==

Funk Field
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 59,887
Celebrity to Beat: Funkmaster Flex

==--==--==

Dream Superdome
Type: Indoor
Field: Turf
Capacity: 64,277
Celebrity to Beat: Steve-O

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This section isn't here to poke fun at the developers, but simply to make
gamers aware of certain things.
                                   
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Can't Beat Pro Bowl, and Therefore Can't Get the Milestone
**********************************************************

There was an update on Xbox Live that lets you get the Pro Bowl milestone.

If you don't have Live you can create a team called the AlohaNFC with NFC as
their short name.  It doesn't matter what the icon is, location, coach, etc.
Start up a franchise and customize the league so your custom team is in the
NFC. Sim through a franchise until you get to the Pro Bowl.  When you get
there, make sure the NFC wins, and the Pro Bowl milestone will be unlocked.

Submitted by: dmarteng and brassmonkey62 from the GameFAQs board)

Game Freezes 1
**************

I made two created teams.  I decided to delete the top created team on the
list.  When I started a quick game I went selected the NFL coaches.  Then I
went down the list of coaches to the bottom.  When it got to the coach name of
the created team I deleted the game froze.  I tried a couple of times and it
froze each time.

Submitted by: dmarteng

                                   ==--==--==

Switched Trophies
*****************

In the trophy room, for players Donovan McNabb and Duece McCallister, the
trophies are switched.  It shows the number and color for the trophy. ie., dark
green #5 is supposed to be McNabb, instead it reads McCallister.  Same shelf in
the trophy room.  On the second shelf, the trophies for Dante Hall and Duante
Culpepper are also switched.

Submitted by: ESPN NFL 2K5 Fanatic

                                   ==--==--==

Clipping Glitch
***************

Say I have a RB who has 100 yards rushing.  The next play, he runs for 20
yards, but another player on my team clips a defender.  The stats should read
that the play never really happened, and there is 15 penalty yards.  Instead,
the running back loses 35 yards off of his running stats, which would put his
rushing yards down to 65.  That's a major glitch when you have a very long run
called back by a clip.  The runner will lose the yards ontop of the yards he
has already, plus another 15 yards for the clip.

Submitted by: Steve

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| [17] Questions & Answers                                                    |
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Q: Is it possible to turn off the salary cap in Franchise mode?
A: No, it is not.  You're stuck with a salary cap.

Q: I must be blind; where's the Season option?
A: There is no Season option.

Q: How do I do a celebration before scoring?
A: When you're within five yards, let go off the left analog stick, as if you
   were going to stop moving, and your player will automatically perform a
   dance into the endzone.

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GAME                                          GUIDE TYPE
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Clock Tower 3                            ||  File List
Deus Ex: Invisible War                   ||  Walkthrough/FAQ
ESPN NFL 2K5                             ||  Milestones/Crib Unlockables
ESPN NFL 2K5                             ||  Strategy Guide/FAQ
ESPN NHL 2K5                             ||  Challenges & Unlockables
Grand Theft Auto III                     ||  Walkthrough/FAQ
Grand Theft Auto III                     ||  Song Guide
James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing    ||  Walkthrough/FAQ
Madden NFL 2004                          ||  Challenge Checklist
MVP Baseball 2004                        ||  Strategy Guide/FAQ
MVP Baseball 2004                        ||  Unlockables Guide
Nocturne                                 ||  Walkthrough/FAQ
Red Faction                              ||  Walkthrough/FAQ
RoadKill                                 ||  Walkthrough/FAQ
RoadKill                                 ||  Song Guide
Serious Sam                              ||  Walkthrough/FAQ
SimCity 4: Rush Hour                     ||  Object Guide
Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow          ||  Demo Walkthrough
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic   ||  Walkthrough/FAQ
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic   ||  Item List
The Sims (PC)                            ||  Item List
The Sims (CONSOLE)                       ||  Item List
The Sims: House Party                    ||  Strategy Guide/FAQ
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2X                ||  Song Guide
Tropico                                  ||  Walkthrough/FAQ
Unreal Tournament                        ||  Walkthrough/FAQ
WWE RAW 2                                ||  Move List/FAQ
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Hitman: Contracts
Spider-Man 2
The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay
Unreal Tournament 2004
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