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Now this is a funny and completely fun video made by YouTube user YoBoy Pizza which features two completely polar opposite teams to see just how important speed is in the game.

On one sideline are the New York Giants -- a team full of guys rated 10 in speed, acceleration and release but 99 in every other attribute.

On the other sideline are the San Diego Chargers -- a team full of guys rated 99 in speed, acceleration, and release and 10 in every other attribute.

Seriously, this is a fun experiment. Check it out and let us know what you think!

Game: Madden NFL 17Reader Score: 8/10 - Vote Now
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# 1 cmehustle @ 09/12/16 12:08 PM
Well, I liked the idea in theory.....
 
# 2 BleedGreen710 @ 09/12/16 12:15 PM
funny video but I think everyone knew the 99 speed team would win. would be interesting to see the slow team with 50 speed instead so they could actually move.
 
# 3 malky @ 09/12/16 12:25 PM
It's all about the speed
 
# 4 Bull_Dozer @ 09/12/16 02:29 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by BleedGreen710
funny video but I think everyone knew the 99 speed team would win. would be interesting to see the slow team with 50 speed instead so they could actually move.
I think the 50 speed team would easily win. At 10 speed it was like they were stuck in mud.
 
# 5 torpidbeaver @ 09/12/16 03:28 PM
What an annoying voice.
 
# 6 mlbshower15 @ 09/12/16 03:55 PM
that is the most annoying person i've ever seen
 
# 7 RipCityAndy @ 09/12/16 04:39 PM
::I start watching video::

"HEY GUYS IT'S YOBOY PIZZA"

::I groan::
::I stop watching video::
 
# 8 jmik58 @ 09/12/16 05:06 PM
AWR should have been the same across the board.
 
# 9 cmehustle @ 09/13/16 11:00 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by RipCityAndy
::I start watching video::

"HEY GUYS IT'S YOBOY PIZZA"

::I groan::
::I stop watching video::
Hahaha I just muted him. But yea, I also had the same impulse to watching this.
 
# 10 Vermin @ 09/13/16 09:36 PM
Largely off topic, but it was the first thing I spotted. Versus is a preposition, not a verb. Can people please stop using it that way?
 

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