The play we are breaking down in this tip is part of a concept that tournament players are very familiar with especially in Madden 13. We use 2 fade routes and 2 streak routes with lead passing to throw our receivers open even when it looks like they are well covered. The full analysis is below.
Playbook: Pittsburgh Steelers
Formation: Singleback Ace Pair Flex
Play: Four Verticals
Madden 13 Four Verticals (Beat 2 Man Under Defenses)
- Hot route your running back to block
- Against man to man defense, lead pass inside to either your wide receiver on the fade route or your tight end on the fade route.
Madden-School.com Pro Tip: This play works best with highly rated receivers. You will also want to have a quarterback with good accuracy to run this play most effectively.
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When are ya’ll gonna put team breackdowns?
We aren’t too sure at this point.
I saw this yesterday did it in the game worked well but after doing it over and over i eventually got picked but I got the w
try a san fran breakdown
I KICK ASS WITH THIS PLAY AFTER RUNNIN THEM TO DEATH THANKS FOR THE TIP!
Is this play in any other offensive playbook?
This play is absolutely deadly. Substiture a quick/fast receiver at the TE2 slot or both TE slots if you have no fast TE’s.
If it’s 2-Man under coverage, the outside receivers will get open downfield using pass-lead as noted above and as long as the QB doesn’t get sacked.
If the defense is playing a soft-zone with no flat coverage, I throw it quickly to the outside receiver or TE for 8-12 yards.
My buddy is completely unnerved at how is safeties are “always out of position” when I run this play. I just chuckle and know that the play is functioning as designed; putting maximum pressure on the deep secondary and making his safeties guess which way I’ll go.