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High pressure defensive schemes call for quick passing Madden offensive schemes.

 

It's essential to keep the ball moving forward on offense in Madden NFL, even if it's in small chunks.  One good way to keep defenses off-balance is to pass with a combination of quick-passes, drags, and play-action with tall physical receivers. Particularly when playing against short defensive backs, quick passes can pick up crucial yards consistently.  This tip, originally submitted by legacy member LHSPanther62, will discourage blitzes and keep the chains moving. 

Big plays happen when players can get to the sidelines.

Whether working on the stick skills to become shiftier, schemes that are tough to contain, or making the most of the basic elements of football Madden NFL players are constantly finding ways to turn a short gains into a big plays.  Most overlook the sidelines. This tip, submitted by WFColonel56, illustrates the importance of the sidelines for springing ball carriers and receivers for huge gains.  Explosive offenses use the sidelines to stretch defenses horizontally; but don't take it from me - read about how WFColonel56 uses the sidelines to create impact plays!

Many Madden players don't use their favorite team because they lack an MVP caliber quarterback.

 

Many teams in Madden NFL go unused every year because of the Quarterback.  Some teams have a quarterback so good, not using them is tough; while teams with great defenses and stout run games get passed over because the quarterback is sub-par.  WFColonel56 tells us what to focus to focus on to win with a bad quarterback.

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