No real teams, players, or set plays.
Originally an arcade game in it's heyday, 10 Yard Fight was one of the first NES Football games. You take control of your own team and attempt to beat teams of increasing skill levels, starting at high school and working up to Super Bowl.
Although the graphics are arcade-perfect, they're rather simple, although the players & referee do have a little bit of detail. The field & ball are easy to see and there's no flicker or slowdown issues. Sounds are limited to some average sound effects and no music during gameplay. Controls aren't too hard to learn although it takes a few moments to get the hang of the passing game-either you'll complete your pass or get intercepted every time. There are no real players, teams, or set plays you can run-while this allows for easy "pick up and play" gaming, some purists may not like having preset plays to choose from. The game moves along at a good pace...