"Pass Coverage" vs. "Interceptions"

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Old 07-27-2010, 12:37 PM   #1
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"Pass Coverage" vs. "Interceptions"

I am wondering if there is any sort of consensus on the effects of each of these sliders... I would think that one would assume (and I have) that "Pass Coverage" would affect how closely DBs get to/stay with the WRs and "Interceptions" would just affect the DBs ability to come away with the pick (like the defensive version of WR catching)...

However, in a couple threads I have seen some different explanations, for instance that "Pass Coverage" only affects man coverage, and that "Interceptions" also affects a DB's ability to stick with the WR...

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Old 07-27-2010, 03:35 PM   #2
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Re: "Pass Coverage" vs. "Interceptions"

Pass coverage effects how well the defend stays with the receiver in coverage (too high, and the defender runs ever route in front of the receiver, too low and the defender gets lost on every cut.

Interceptions affects how aggressively the DB plays the ball when it's in the air. They will have stickier hands, but they'll also pull off superhuman plays if it's up too high. 50 and higher will cause them to pull off the over the shoulder interception in one on one coverage (annoying).
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