SnA Exclusive is going over 5 different blitz setups all out of the 3-4 Normal formation in Madden 15. If you mix these plays up well, your opponent will have a hard time moving the ball.
Check out the full video breakdown and written analysis below.
Playbook: Any 3-4 Book (I’m using a custom book)
Formation: 3-4 Normal (3-4 Odd in any Team-Based playbook)
Pinch Mike 0
Corner Blitz 3
FS Blitz 3 (Flipped, but it’s the same setup either way)
Sam Mike 3
Cross-Fire 3: Base Align – > Crash DL Down – > Re-blitz OLB of your choice – > QB Contain
Pinch Mike 0: (If you need to, flip the play in order to get the ILB that’s blitzing to come towards the LoS) – > Base Align *optional* – > User the ILB that’s not blitzing and move him into the vacant gap next to the DE and DT and hold the RT for a second after the snap – > Shade coverage underneath – > QB Contain (if you think PA is coming)
Corner Blitz 3: Base Align *optional* – > Press *optional*
FS Blitz 3: Base Align – > Crash DL Down – > Re-blitz OLB on opposite side of blitzing Safety
Sam Mike 3: Base Align – > Show blitz – > Re-blitz ROLB (left on screen)
Overview: The 3-4 has a lot of versatility and power when used correctly, and although EA hasn’t truly unleashed the 3-4 yet, there’s still some things you can do out if it. The best thing about the 3-4 is being able to bring pressure from either side without telling your opponent where it’s coming from, and in this video I showcase how to accomplish this using many different plays with pressures from both sides to keep your opponent guessing!