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BossHog 02-09-2005 09:06 PM

Madden Tips of the Trade
 
If you guys haven't figured it out already, there's a really easy way to stump your opponent while commanding your defense. Use defensive assignments. It's works like previous Madden years where you use the 'coverage audible' to align your defensive players directly in front of thier man as supposed to being in the standard formation. For example, if you've selected to play a cover-2 zone and have made defensive assignments, it will 'look' as if you're playing 'man'. There are some drawbacks, mainly when the offense is riunning no-huddle. If some players are lacking in the AWR (awarness) department they may not line up where they are supposed to be. Try it and give me some feedback. :oink:

MTK 02-11-2005 01:59 PM

I do that when I'm playing one of my buddies. We have to because we both like to line up our #1 WR's in the slot. If you don't make the change you'll have a severe mismatch with your #1 WR on a nickel or dime back.

gibbsisgod 03-04-2005 03:11 PM

Re: Madden Tips of the Trade
 
My Best Suggestion Is To Let Off The Speed Burst Button When Running The Football, It Gives Your O-line Time To Get To Their Man And Block

MTK 03-04-2005 05:15 PM

Re: Madden Tips of the Trade
 
[QUOTE=gibbsisgod]My Best Suggestion Is To Let Off The Speed Burst Button When Running The Football, It Gives Your O-line Time To Get To Their Man And Block[/QUOTE]

definitely good advice, plus it gives you more control, then once you see that hole hit that turbo and you're off to the races!


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