First off, don't know if it's just me but do any of you ever notice that when a CB is going to blitz it never conceals it? Like if a CB is going to blitz it will stand way... to the inside of the WR? If they're not they will stand directly in front of the WR?
Here's my problem, I build my team based on running the ball and my HBs are all the elusive, speedy type (Tomlinson, Felix Jones). So with these types of HB I like to run to the outside but, if in the first 4-5 plays I'm gaining good yardage by running the ball to the outside, the CPU will start biltzing both their CB. Since I can tell when the CB is blitzing (as what I've posted above) all I do is audible to play action and make my WRs streak and I get a TD 90% of the time. The CPU will only and always do this if I choose the run outside plays if I choose run inside, pass or anything else it will not blitz. I've played a game where I scored 90 points because of this and the CPU never learns! It keeps doing what it does!
It doesn't matter what sliders I use (bill's, DBs) the CPU does the samething. So nowadays I try not to run outside too much and mostly if I were to run I'd alternate inside and out.
It's just dumb that the CPU knows your every move.
__________________ From Vancouver, British Columbia.
CFL: B.C. Lions
NFL: San Diego Chargers
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