The old way of XP(experience points) was to hit milestones as you played through the season. Example would be, if Luck threw for 300 yards in a game he would get ‘x’ amount of XP for it. As you get XP for players you can up ‘accuracy’ and build players overall rating up.
The new way I don’t fully know the milestones but you get what I will call ‘1 gem’ to put towards a whole grouping of ratings. So for a WR you would put the gem towards one of the following groupings - Possession, Deep Threat, Red Zone and so on. Which leads in to the next part...
scheme fit, your team has their scheme (west coast O, 4-3 D) then each player has a scheme fit, so if your team has WR1 as a possession WR you want to make sure you have a possession WR in that spot to help the scheme fit best. So it shows out of 100% how much your team is fitting the scheme. You may need a field general QB but have RG3 in and sure it will work but it’s not going to work with your OL if they are all fitting the scheme for a Field General QB.
scouting - yup! I am seeing up to 2022 draft classes available. Some only have a bout the first round done but I just downloaded a 2019 that had 6 rounds of guys! Troy Dye from Oregon was a 6th rounder. Awesome addition that’s for sure!
i know it is a lot lol, I will try to add some photos tonight as well.