Originally Posted by Nomad
May I make a few suggestions:
1 Lab, Lab, Lab: thats go in pratice mode, find out what style of offense you like and run each play about 10-15 times.
2. Be patient in the pocket, you do have the ability to move around, you have to first identify the main target, and if that's not open, have two check down plays, one is your RB and TE or RB, FB.
3. About those dropping back 20 yards, two things, find a defense with alot of zone blitzing, once you identify these guys, manuely rush a LB or a DE, around and create mad pressure and then, try to making them throw the ball, with not alot of time. ( works for me).
4. You margin of losing seems to do with alot of frustrations and impatientness, look no matter what the score, stick to the game plan, if your game is running, do that, if it's passing do that.
5. I will guaren-damn-T your running game get's better if you use zone running, pull up screen, and either pinch, move line to L or R or spread them out, us alot of dives and tosses (for fast RB). If you like the running game, make sure your guy gets 20 touches no matter what, and mix in a little PA.
The way that I use a measuring stick for getting better is I lab with the worst offense against the leagues best Defense, so if your or connecting with them, you will do great with the team your comfortable with.
Hey and if you ever wanna Lab, live hit me up, we can headphone chat, I be more than happy to help you out.