QUESTION: Does this at all correlate to the 'SubOut' rating in the Depth Chart? Meaning, if I set his subout to be '80', does that mean when he checks in he is IMMEDIATELY deemed as 'gassed', and will get pulled at the next whistle?
Or do these two have nothing in common, and simply Marques will come in as '100' fresh, but he will drop to '80' real fast, like in 6 minutes...when another player with say '95' endurance would drop to '80' in maybe 12 minutes?
Thanks for clarification.
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To be honest, I'm not sure. I've always thought the subout parameter is tied to the player health status (currently 100 %). My guess is that during games it starts to go down until the player sits on the bench and recovers. That guess comes from the fact that players who play heavy minutes for some games in a row are not at 100 %. I think the endurance rating sets how fast the player gets tired during the game.
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