Madden NFL 2005 Cheats, Codes, Cheat Codes for GameCube (GCN)

Madden NFL 2005 Cheats, Codes, Cheat Codes for GameCube (GCN)

Madden NFL 2005

Card codes

Select the “My Madden” option at the main menu. Select the “Madden Cards” option, then choose “Madden Codes” to enter a code:

Card Code
Aaron Brooks Gold Card J95K1J
Aaron Glenn Gold Card Q48E9G
Adewale Ogunleye Gold Card C12E9E
Ahman Green Gold Card T86L4C
Al Wilson Gold Card G72G2R
Alan Faneca Gold Card U32S9C
Amani Toomer Gold Card Z75G6M
Andre Carter Gold Card V76E2Q
Andre Johnson Gold Card E34S1M
Andy Reid Gold Card N44K1L
Anquan Boldin Gold Card S32F7K
Antoine Winfield Gold Card A12V7Z
Bill Cowher Gold Card S54T6U
Brad Hopkins Gold Card P44A8B
Bret Favre Gold Card L61D7B
Brian Billick Gold Card L27C4K
Brian Dawkins Gold Card Y47B8Y
Brian Simmons Gold Card S22M6A
Brian Urlacher Gold Card Z34J4U
Brian Westbrook Gold Card V46I2I
Bubba Franks Gold Card U77F2W
Butch Davis Gold Card G77L6F
Byron Leftwich Gold Card C55V5C
Carson Palmer Gold Card O36V2H
Casey Hampton Gold Card Z11P9T
Chad Johnson Gold Card R85S2A
Chad Pennington Gold Card B64L2F
Champ Bailey Gold Card K89O9E
Charles Rogers Gold Card E57K9Y
Charles Woodson Gold Card F95N9J
Chris Hovan Gold Card F14C6J
Clinton Portis Gold Card R66V6J
Corey Simon Gold Card R11D7K
Courtney Brown Gold Card R42R75
Curtis Martin Gold Card K47X3G
Dallas Coach Gold Card O24U1Q
Damien Woody Gold Card F78I1I
Dante Hall Gold Card B23P8D
Dat Nguyen Gold Card Q86I2S
Daunte Culpepper Gold Card O62O9K
Dave Wannstedt Gold Card W73D7D
David Boston Gold Card A25I9F
David Carr Gold Card C16E2Q
Dennis Erickson Gold Card J83E3T
Dennis Green Gold Card C18J7T
Derrick Brooks Gold Card P93I9Q
Derrick Mason Gold Card S98P3T
Deuce Mcallister Gold Card D11H4J
Dexter Coakley Gold Card L35K1A
Dexter Jackson Gold Card G16B2I
Dick Vermeil Gold Card F68V1W
Dom Capers Gold Card B97I6R
Domanick Davis Gold Card L58S3J
Donnie Edwards Gold Card E18Y5Z
Donovin Darius Gold Card Q11T7T
Donovon Mcnabb Gold Card T98J1I
Donte Stallworth Gold Card R75W3M
Dre’ Bly Gold Card H19Q2O
Drew Bledsoe Gold Card W73M3E
Dwight Freeney Gold Card G76U2L
Ed Reed Gold Card G18Q2B
Edgerrin James Gold Card A75D7X
Eric Moulds Gold Card H34Z8K
Flozell Adams Gold Card R54T1O
Fred Taylor Gold Card I87X9Y
Grant Wistrom Gold Card E46M4Y
Herman Edwards Gold Card O19T2T
Hines Ward Gold Card M12B8F
Jack Del Rio Gold Card J22P9I
Jake Delhomme Gold Card M86N9F
Jake Plummer Gold Card N74P8X
Jamie Sharper Gold Card W27I7G
Jason Taylor Gold Card O33S6I
Jason Webster Gold Card M74B3E
Jeff Fisher Gold Card N62B6J
Jeff Garcia Gold Card H32H7B
Jeremy Newberry Gold Card J77Y8C
Jeremy Shocky Gold Card R34X5T
Jerry Porter Gold Card F71Q9Z
Jerry Rice Gold Card K34F8S
Jevon Kearse Gold Card A78B1C
Jim Haslett Gold Card G78R3W
Jim Mora Jr. Gold Card N46C3M
Jimmy Smith Gold Card I22J5W
Joe Horn Gold Card P91A1Q
Joey Harrington Gold Card Z68W8J
John Fox Gold Card Q98R7Y
Jon Gruden Gold Card H61I8A
Josh Mccown Gold Card O33Y4X
Julian Peterson Gold Card M89J8A
Julius Peppers Gold Card X54O4Z
Junior Seau Gold Card W26K6Q
Kabeer Gbaja-Biamala Gold Card U16I9Y
Keith Brooking Gold Card E12P4S
Keith Bulluck Gold Card M63N6V
Kendrell Bell Gold Card T96C7J
Kevan Barlow Gold Card A23T5E
Kevin Mawee Gold Card L76E6S
Kris Jenkins Gold Card W63O3K
Kyle Boller Gold Card A72F9X
Kyle Turley Gold Card Y46A8V
Ladainian Tomlinson Gold Card M64D4E
La’roi Glover Gold Card K24L9K
Lavar Arrington Gold Card F19Q8W
Laveranues Coles Gold Card R98I5S
Lawyer Milloy Gold Card M37Y5B
Lee Suggs Gold Card Z94X6Q
Leonard Davis Gold Card H14M2V
Lovie Smith Gold Card L38V3A
Marc Bulger Gold Card U66B4S
Marcel Shipp Gold Card R42X2L
Marcus Stroud Gold Card E56I5O
Marcus Trufant Gold Card R46T5U
Mark Brunell Gold Card B66D9J
Marshell Faulk Gold Card U76G1U
Marty Booker Gold Card P51U4B
Marty Shottenheimer Gold Card D96A7S
Marvin Harrison Gold Card T11E8O
Marvin Lewis Gold Card P24S4H
Matt Hasselback Gold Card R68D5F
Michael Bennett Gold Card W81W2J
Michael Strahan Gold Card O66T6K
Michael Vick Gold Card H67B1F
Mike Alstott Gold Card D89F6W
Mike Brown Gold Card F12J8N
Mike Martz Gold Card R64A8E
Mike Mularkey Gold Card C56D6E
Mike Rucker Gold Card K89O6S
Mike Shanahan Gold Card H15L5Y
Mike Sherman Gold Card F84X6K
Mike Tice Gold Card Y31T6Y
Nick Bernett Gold Card X95I7S
Norv Turner Gold Card F24K1M
Olin Kreutz Gold Card R17R2O
Orlando Pace Gold Card U42U9U
Patrick Surtain Gold Card H58T9X
Peerless Price Gold Card X75V6K
Peter Warrick Gold Card D86P8O
Peyton Manning Gold Card L48H4U
Plaxico Burress Gold Card K18P6J
Priest Holmes Gold Card X91N1L
Quentin Jammer Gold Card V55S3Q
Randy Moss Gold Card W79U7X
Ray Lewis Gold Card B94X6V
Reggie Wayne Gold Card R29S8C
Rex Grossman Gold Card C46P2A
Rich Gannon Gold Card Q69I1Y
Richard Seymore Gold Card L69T4T
Ricky Williams Gold Card P19V1N
Rod Smith Gold Card V22C4L
Rodney Harrison Gold Card O84I3J
Ronde Barber Gold Card J72X8W
Roy Williams Gold Card J76C6F
Rudi Johnson Gold Card W26J6H
Sam Madison Gold Card Z87T5C
Samari Rolle Gold Card C69H4Z
Santana Moss Gold Card H79E5B
Shaun Alexander Gold Card C95Z4P
Shaun Ellis Gold Card Z54F2B
Shaun Rogers Gold Card J97X8M
Shawn Springs Gold Card Z28D2V
Simeon Rice Gold Card S62F9T
Stephen Davis Gold Card E39X9L
Steve Mariucci Gold Card V74Q3N
Steve Mcnair Gold Card S36T1I
Steve Smith Gold Card W91O2O
Takeo Spikes Gold Card B83A6C
Tedy Bruschi Gold Card K28Q3P
Terence Newman Gold Card W57Y5P
Terrel Suggs Gold Card V71A9Q
Tiki Barber Gold Card T43A2V
TJ Duckett Gold Card P67E1I
Todd Heap Gold Card H19M1G
Tom Brady Gold Card X22V7E
Tom Coughlin Gold Card S71D6H
Tony Dungy Gold Card Y96R8V
Tony Gonzalez Gold Card N46E9N
Torry Holt Gold Card W96U7E
Travis Henry Gold Card F36M2Q
Trent Green Gold Card Y46M4S
Ty Law Gold Card F13W1Z
Walter Jones Gold Card G57P1P
Will Shields Gold Card B52S8A
Zach Thomas Gold Card U63I3H
New England Coach N24L4Z
Washington Coach W63V9L
Seattle Coach V58U4Y
3rd Down (Opponent has 3 downs to get a 1st) Z28X8K
5th Down (Get 5 downs to get a 1st) P66C4L
Bad Spot N44D6E
Bingo! (+75% defensive interceptions) J33I8F
Coffin Corner L96U8Z
Couch Potato P39I7J
Da Bomb (infinite pass range) B61A8M
Da Boot (infinite field goal range) I76X3T
Extra Credit (Points for interceptions and sacks) M89S8G
First and Fifteen (Opponent must get 15 yards for 1st down) V65J8P
First and Five (1st down yards set to 5) O72E9B
Fumbilitis (Opponents fumbles +75%) R14B8Z
Hands Of Glue R18C5K
Hands Of Stone W18R6P
Human Plow (Break tackle +75%) L96J7P
Jam E53G8W
Lame Duck (Opponent lobs passes) D57R5S
Mistake Free (No fumbles or interceptions) X78P9Z
Mr. Mobility (QB cannot be sacked) Y59R8R
Ouch! Z15F9Z
Passerby T67X6R
Penetration J83E9V
Pocket Protectors G97L1J
QB On Target E65S6M
Super Dive (Diving distance +75%) D59K3Y
Toast H11X2G
Tight Fit (Opponents uprights narrow) V34L6D
Time Out Q83L6Q
Touchy Y68G7D
Unforced Errors (Opponent fumbles when jukes) L48G1E
Wind Gust P13Q7V
Worker’s Comp H89Q4Y
Super Bowl XXXIX Stadium D58F1B
Super Bowl XL Stadium O85P6I
Super Bowl XLI Stadium P48Z4D
Super Bowl XLII Stadium T67R1O
Aloha stadium G67F5X
’58 Colts P74X8J
’66 Packers G49P7W
’68 Jets C24W2A
’70 Browns G12N1I
’72 Dolphins R79W6W
’74 Steelers R12D9B
’76 Raiders P96Q8M
’77 Broncos O18T2A
’78 Dolphins G97U5X
’80 Raiders K71K4E
’81 Chargers Y27N9A
’82 Redskins F56D6V
’83 Raiders D23T8S
’84 Dolphins X23Z8H
’85 Bears F92M8M
’86 Giants K44F2Y
’88 49ers F77R8H
’90 Eagles G95F2Q
’91 Lions I89F4I
’92 Cowboys I44A1O
’93 Bills Y66K3O
’94 49ers N28Z9N
’96 Packers L21T4K
’98 Broncos J13P1L
’99 Rams R95W8A
Bears Pump Up Crowd K17F2I
Bengals Cheerleader Y22S6G
Bills Cheerleader F26S6X
Broncos Cheerleader B85U5C
Browns Pump Up Crowd B65Q1L
Buccaneers Cheerleader Z55Z7S
Cardinals Cheerleader Q91W5L
Chargers Cheerleader Q68S3F
Chiefs Cheerleader T46M6T
Colts Cheerleader M22Z6H
Cowboys Cheerleader J84E3F
Dolphins Cheerleader E88T2J
Eagles Cheerleader Q88P3Q
Falcons Cheerleader W86F3F
49ers Cheerleader X61T6L
Giants Pump Up Crowd L13Z9J
Jaguars Cheerleader K32C2A
Jets Pump Up Crowd S45W1M
Lions Pump Up Crowd C18F4G
Packers Pump Up Crowd K26Y4V
Panthers Cheerleader M66N4D
Patriots Cheerleader O59P9C
Raiders Cheerleader G92L2E
Rams Cheerleader W73B8X
Ravens Cheerleader P98T6C
Redskins Cheerleader N19D6Q
Saints Cheerleader R99G2F
Seahawks Cheerleader A35T8R
Steelers Pump Up Crowd C98I2V
Titans Cheerleader Q81V4N
Texans Cheerleader R74G3W
Vikings Cheerleader E26H4L

Special card unlocks

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In addition to the normal way to unlock a card, some cards require a specific task to be completed:

    Card 2: Earn a Gold in the All-Madden Chase and Tackle drill.
    Card 30: Earn a Gold in the All-Madden Coffin Corner drill.
    Card 38: Earn a Gold in the All-Madden Ground Attack drill.
    Card 42: Earn a Gold in the All-Madden Precision Passing drill.
    Card 52: Earn a Gold in the All-Madden Swat Ball drill.
    Card 99: Earn a Gold in the All-Madden Trench Fight drill.
    Card 104: Earn a Gold in the All-Madden Clutch Kicking drill.
    Card 147: Earn a Gold in the All-Madden Pocket Presence drill.
    Card 195: Earn a Gold in the Ground Attack drill.
    Card 197: Earn a Gold in the Clutch Kicking drill.
    Card 199: Earn a Gold in the Swat Ball drill.
    Card 208: Earn a Gold in the Pocket Presence drill.
    Card 209: Earn a Gold in the Trench Fight drill.
    Card 210: Earn a Gold in the Precision Passing drill.
    Card 211: Earn a Gold in the Coffin Corner drill.

Cheerleader and Pump Up Crowd Cards

Successfully complete the “Game Situation” challenges in mini-camp mode. The Cheerleader or Pump Up Crowd Cards for the team used will be unlocked.

Madden Cards and game cheats

Get a gold rank in any event on the All Pro, Pro and Rookie levels in mini-camp mode.

Easy sacks

When it is time to choose a play on defense, look at the top of the play calling screen. Above there is a bar that indicates how many running backs, wide receivers, and tight ends your opponent has on the field. Note: This only works if you are the only one playing. If the opponent has four or more wide receivers, one or less tight end, and two or less running backs on the play (the play works better if the amount of wide receivers is higher and tight ends and running backs are lower), choose “Goaline” and go to “Blitz C”. Shift your line and outside linebackers to the right, then choose the last person on your line. After the snap, press Down + Y. Your team will blitz the QB. You will get the sack or force an interception on the play. This works about 85% of the time.

Extra push in tackles

When you are a defender about to give a head-on-collision to the runner, press the C-stick Down to give extra push in your tackles, increasing the chance of a fumble.

Easy tackles

You can get numerous easy tackles with your MLB by using him during your kickoffs. Go to coaching strategies and find “Kickoff”. Assign the third player from the left to be your MLB. Assign the first two players on the left as very slow CBs or FSs. When you kick off, kick the ball to the left side where your MLB is assigned. If you do not kick it too deeply, your MLB will be the first one downfield and will go unblocked into the return man. Note: If you have the roster space and some money, create a CB and FS and make all of their attributes zeros. You should have no trouble signing them to a contract. You can then use them on your kickoff squad and they will almost never make it downfield. With this trick, in addition to the tackles your MLB gets during the game, he will get one for every kickoff as well.

Easy pass

Go to the “I Formation” and select “Slants” as a route. The key receiver is “X”. Wait one or two seconds then throw to the key receiver, who will catch the ball almost every time. Additionally, choose any pass play and select “Hot Route”. Select your best receiver and press Left Analog-stick Up. Run towards his side (behind the line of scrimmage) and tap Left Analog-stick Up while you tap the receiver’s button. This works about 90% of the time.

Easy deep routes

You can make an adjustment to your route in create-a-playbook that can make throwing the deep route much easier and the game more fun. In create-a-playbook, if you have a normal streak, adjust the route so that it is going to the side of the receiver (if on the right side, adjust the route to the right; if on left, adjust the route to the left). It is like a fade, and make sure it is at the maximum vertical yardyage. In a game, it usually works best with a play action, but it also is effective in shotgun against a normal man on man with a safety over the top situation. You should wait about two to three seconds, then lob it. It works well when you have a top speed receiver such as Bethel Johnson or Dante Hall, or against a cornerback about 93-94 speed.

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Easy yards

Select a team, then go to the options and choose NYG-Tom Coughlin’s playbook. Make sure your running back has at least 92 speed. Go the “I twins” and choose the “Off Tackle” play. It works all the time. Make sure there is no CB on the empty side and do not run it on third and long. If the hole is stuffed, always run directly at the tightend then spin and run toward and up the sideline. If done correctly, the only person that can get you is the safety. Also you should at least get a first down (depending on the level of play), if not a 20 or more yard gain. You also can run it to the side of twins; just make sure that the LBs and the line is shifted all the way to the right. If not, keep audibling the original play. It does not do anything for you, but gets the defense to start shifting around. Keep doing it until all of the LBs and the line shift all the way to the right. Additionally, for easy completions almost every time, use Lovie Smith’s playbook. In that playbook, go to “Shotgun” then the “Trips” formation. In the formation, use almost any play in it. You will get a 2 on 3 wide receiver mismatch. Be careful, as the CPU will learn how to move their players over there, and will eventually know your play if you run it too often.

Easy wins

Create a half-back with all the important stats full, and all the stats that he does not need lower. For example, raise his running ability and lower tackling. Sign him and make him your starting half-back. While in the game pause and go to “Settings”, then “Gameplay”. Go down to “A.I.” and make your team have full stat bars. Make the CPU have empty stat bars. Then, go to “Penalties”. Turn off “Offsides” and “False Starts”. Resume the game. When you are on defense, be a lineman and run towards the quarterback. When the ball is snapped, press X and run at the quarterback. Sometimes you will get a sack. If they throw the ball, they will usually drop it. Keep running the ball with your new half-back.

Faster player improvement

Before playing under the All-Pro or All-Madden difficulty settings, play your franchise under the Rookie or Pro levels so you can increase stats for your players easily. This will give them more attribute upgrades throughout the season. The more yards your receivers or running backs get, the more points their ratings will increase.

More effective running game

First, make a tight end. His name, college, etc. is your choice. When you edit his appearance, make him 6’8″, and 275 to 300 lbs. Then, make him have a muscular bulid in his body and arms. If you set his attributes ti above average or better (overall between 84 to 99), when you run a play that involves running towards the side the tight end is set, he will open holes and lanes that will enable you to gain 6 to 7 yards a carry.

Shifty jukes when running the ball

To have a higher chance of breaking tackles when running, press the Juke buttons according to which side you want to run to.

Best play

The hook routes are the most successful plays to complete in the game.

Increased attendance in franchise mode

Before playing a home game, enter the “Owner’s” menu and set your “Advertising” as high as possible. After you play your game, return to the “Owner’s” menu and set “Advertising” to zero, then simulate the rest of the games for that week. You will not be charged for the advertising, but your attendance will be higher. Do this before every home game to keep your attendance high without paying extra.

Signing players to low salaries

This trick will allow you to sign any player, no matter how big their default salary is, to a three year low-salary contract. You must do this before starting a franchise. First, edit the player’s attributes from whatever they are currently down so that their overall rating is exactly 75. Depending on the position, you should be able to achieve this by simply lowering one or sometimes two of their attributes. Make sure to make a note what the original rating was so you can store the value later. Once all players you are editing are at an overall rating of 75, release the players to free agency. After releasing each player (you may have to sign some “no-name” players to your roster to maintain roster requirements, but you can release those temporary players later), back out of the roster management screen to the main menu. Choose the option to “Continue without saving” (this may not be necessary). Reenter the roster management screen and select “Free Agents.” Go to whichever team you want to sign the players to and start looking for your players. You should notice that their new requested salaries and contract lengths will be for three years at a very low salary (depending on the position). Once you have signed all of your players back (and released the temporary players), go back to editing the players and return them to the original ratings. Note: According to the manual, your players will become upset if they feel they are being underpaid for how good they are performing — you will more than likely have to re-sign some contracts throughout the year, but with the cap room you will save.

Note: This trick only works on contracts that have completely expired. During the off-season, instead of resigning your players, edit them. Change their position to something that will lower their overall ratings. For example, move a DT to a TE; or make your QB a WR. Then, resign the player. He will play poorly at his new position, making him extremely cheap. Not all player positions can be changed, but a lot of them can — especially the higher dollar positions. After you resign the player, move him back to his original position. His overall rating will return without any negative affects. For example, it is possible to resign LeRoy Glover to a six year deal worth $1.5 million with no signing bonus at the age of 32, with an overall rating of 97 by moving him to TE.

Getting good players

First, do a Fantasy Draft with any team other than the Falcons. Once you finish the training camp, preseason, and five weeks in the regular season, look at the standings in the NFC East. You should see that the Falcons are 1-4 or 0-5. Trade your first round pick for their first round pick. This usually works. If not, trade with the next worst team.

In order to get a team that will last three to four years of dominance, must start with a team with lots of long contracts in place (for example, the Lions). They have four or six, six and seven year contracts on the good rookies. Trade for other players with long contracts. The first person you need to trade is the tight end that makes $12 million a year. Kellen Winslow from the Browns makes a good replacement. Make sure to not build too good of a roster, as your players have personalities and will get upset if they do not start, get the ball, etc. However, a decent roll playing team with outstanding players at these positions will take it every time. QB, HB, WR, or a second WR will not hurt. With DE/DT OLB/MLB CB SS/FS, 80-85 on every other player is more than sufficient. Also, if you trade these players from the rosters before your franchise, you can then edit them to make them better. However, be careful not to go too high on all of them, as they will all want more money and cause major backroom problems.

Use the following trick to get high draft picks every year. Each year after pre-season, simulate or play the games up until week 5. Check the standings to learn who has the worst record so far. Then, initiate a trade with the worst team. Offer the worst team your first round pick for their first and third round picks. They will usually accept. If they do not, find another team that is bad and offer the same deal to them. Once they accept, you can then usually offer both of your third round picks to another bad team for their first round pick. Then after the season is over, you will generally have two first round picks very high in the first round. You will be without a third round pick, but it is well worth it for the two first round picks.

Use any roster. Take the thirrd string or very last player in your depth chart and edit the player. You can do anything you want with him and his salary will be the same, no matter how bad or good he is.

This trick allows you to make quite a bit of more salary cap room. You can easily get $8 to 10 million more. Before you advance to the Off-Season mode (any time during the season), go into “View Rosters”. Sort the players by the number of years left on their contracts so that ones with the fewest years remaining are shown on top of the list. For anyone that you want to keep, re-sign them to a seven year contract and adjust the salary and signing bonus to get the most cap room from that player. Continue with all remaining players that you want to keep. You will get more cap room from players with the fewest years remaining on their contract. It does not work as well with if there are five to six years left. If you have players that can resist injury really well, there is not much need for good backups. You can sign lower quality backups to help clear up some cap room.

Create a very good quarterback. Make his speed and catching stats low. Release one player and sign your created player. Trade your created player for whomever desired. Then, go back to the create a player. Select the person you just traded. Make him very fat and change his position to wide receiver. He will not catch a pass, and if he does he will not run very far. Try to make the created players signing bonus low so that it is not a waste of money.

If you find a great player as a free agent, you can sign him if you have a salary cap over $1 million. Just give the player seven years and your salary cap will get lower, but will not go under 0.

In franchise mode, create an offensive lineman that is 45 years old. Set his years in the league to 27. Put his stats all the way up, then sign him on free agency. Next, trade with any team and get any player or pick you desire. This works best with getting first round picks, but can also get a lot of good players. Because he is an offensive lineman, he will not have a huge impact on a team winning and will retire at the end of the season.

In franchise mode, go to “My Team”, then “Team Info”. Scroll over to “Team Morale”. Look under the other team’s morale for unhappy players. Those player will be easy to trade for.

Fantasy draft

The following players are selected in the rounds after their name. Therefore, you can draft them in the previous round if you have a good draft pick. For example, pick #6 to 10.

    Roy Williams(FS): 7
    Tony Gonzalez: 12
    Deangelo Hall: 13
    Ed Reed: 8
    Larry Fitzgerald: 10
    D. Akers: 21
    Shane Lechler: 23
    Rashaun Woods: 31
    Jim Kleinsasser: 20
    Clinton Portis: 2
    Brian Urlacher: 2
    Steven Jackson: 27
    Roy Williams(WR): 8
    Lee Evans: 15
    Dante Hall: 15
    Reggie Williams: 16
    Justin Smith: 5
    Julius Peppers: 3

For example, if Brian Urlacher is drated in the second round, you must draft him in the first. If Dante Hall is drafted in the fifteenth round, you must draft him in the fourteenth round. Note: These players are always drafted in the round given; choose wisely.

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