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Looking for a recommendation

I am in the market for a good tabletop football simulation, but struggling to find the game that meets my needs.

I want a game that is designed for cross-era play and has enough past seasons to do those matchups.

Ideally, I’d love to see the Canton Bulldogs of 1920s take on the 2000s Patriots. If that’s unrealistic, I’d like to at least see the 1948 Eagles battle the 1994 Cowboys.

I also want the game to show individual stats at the end. I want to know how many receiving yards Jerry Rice compiled and tally the sacks of Aaron Donald.

So ideally, I’d like players to have individual cards.

Lastly, I’d like a game that has some sort of all-time great, all-time franchise or HOF set. Since that’s probably unlikely, something that I could put together easily if I buy enough sets.

I want Reggie White chasing Tom Brady. I want Deion Sanders covering Frank Gifford. I want a backfield that could include Jim Thorpe and Red Grange.

I’ve played Strat, but not thrilled with it.

Does anything close to what I described exist out there?
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