NFL Quarterback Club 2002 Stats
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The upgraded graphics, gameplay, user controls, and all-new artificial intelligence of NFL QB Club 2002 deliver realistic pro football simulation. The Quarterback Challenge is back, featuring four head-to-head events: speed and mobility, accuracy, distance, and read-through and recognition. Unlock retired greats John Elway, Dan Marino, Steve Young, Jim Kelly, or Phil Simms for dramatic challenges. The game features 1,500 motion-captured animations and delivers complete control of both offensive and defensive squads.
All 31 NFL clubs and their stadiums are rendered in this edition, as are more than 1,500 NFL players, many with removable helmets, detailed faces, and real-life expressions. NFL QB Club 2002 has a TV-style presentation and features play-by-play from Kevin Harlan and color commentary by Bill Maas. Along with Quarterback Challenge, game modes also include Season, Exhibition, Playoffs, and Pro Bowl play.
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