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[Fastest Completion]GC NFL Street 2 (USA) "NFL Challenge" in 25:52.9 by Lobsterzelda.
Dolphin movie (.dtm) (date: 2020-03-12)
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- Heavy luck manipulation
- Genre: Sport

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NFL Street 2 is the second game in the series by Electronic Arts. It features team rosters from the 2004 NFL season. As in the first game, players can accumulate style points during play, but this game adds wall moves as a new method to get the points.

"NFL Challenge" mode remains the primary mode of the game but has changed from the first game. Players have 150 days to prepare a team for a tournament against the other NFL teams, with the winner challenging the NFL Legends.

In this run, Lobsterzelda completes the "NFL Challenge" mode as quickly as possible, using the wall moves to rack up style points and manipulating the computer teams to choose plays that lead to their rapid defeat.

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