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Red Zone Plays

Formation: Singleback Ace

Play: O 1 Trap

Setup:

  1. None

Reads:

  1. Follow your blocks

Overview: This is good run when you at the goaline. The trap is very effective and this can easily be ran in for a score or even used on a two point conversion.

Formation: Singleback Ace

Play: HB Stretch

Setup:

  1. None

Reads:

  1. Follow your blocks

Overview: This goes along with the O1 Trap, this is basically a mini scheme for goaline offense. The good thing about this stretch is you can flip it to either side and your opponent cannot tell you flipped it.

Formation: Singleback Ace

Play: PA Crosses

Setup:

  1. None

Reads:

  1. The first read is the X/Square receiver on the high point pass
  2. Then look for one of the two delay routes

Overview: This is to mix it up near the goaline so your opponent cannot just run commit every time you are in this area of the field. If they do it’s a quick easy 6 points.

Formation: Singleback Bunch Ace

Play: PA End Around

Setup:

  1. None

Reads:

  1. The first read is the running back out of the backfield
  2. Then look for the A/X tight end
  3. Finally, find the X/Square receiver on the high point pass
  4. If nothing else take off with your QB on the bootleg

Overview: This is another good play to use in the redzone. There are basically four options on this play depending on what quarterback you are using.

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derob357
derob357
6 years ago

Who are you playing that run 34 on the goal line? This is so garbage. Beginning to regret paying for these breakdowns. The youtube free channels have way better advice. Show us how to run this against 43 or goal line D.

jakecarr
jakecarr
6 years ago
Reply to  derob357

Nobody likes a whiner, just try it out in practice mode yourself and see how it works out for you.

calhous123
calhous123
6 years ago
Reply to  Madden School

Hey derob.

Let me please assure you from my experience that your subscription to Madden School will pay off multiple fold. Every play may not work for your style or preference; but believe me, for every 1 or 2 plays you may not prefer, if you go through everything MS has to offer, you will find tons more options to choose from that will more than make up for those hand-full of plays you may not prefer.

I am a subscriber for as long as I play Madden man.

Samuel C.

dustinthewind4923
dustinthewind4923
6 years ago
Reply to  derob357

thats like the dumbest thing to be upset about lol. goalline is a complete waste of time and 34 works better better than 43 anyways. you get a nose tackle lined up in front of the center without having to shift your line left or right. shakin my head.

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