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Old 08-28-2008, 03:20 PM   #9
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Re: Red Zone Offense Troubles

If you want to pass right up by the goal line, look for the plays that pick the defenders into each other. WR slant with a back or TE going to the flats, usually the flats receiver will be wide open because his man runs into the DB covering the WR slant. And if they like to press, then on curl/flats the flats receiver is usually open because the DB and WR playing pattycake both block the other DB from getting over.

If you want to run, then just call a dive or ISO and use the lead blocking thing to control the play side guard. Right at the snap, pancake the guy lined up over you, then control will return to your back, and just hope the guard and the FB have the sense to at least get in the way of the LBs, and walk in.
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PA Choice plays are wonderful, look for the TE over the middle.
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Old 08-28-2008, 03:21 PM   #11
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Things get really tight in the red zone and I get too conservative myself. Try running some play action or roll outs on first down rather than just try to pound it in. Often the cpu will blitz and you might have 1 on 1 with your WR on the outside.

I usually play it too conservative or panic myself. Through 2 seasons I have thrown more INTs than TDs.
PA generally tallies myself up about a 9 yard loss in that situation...
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Old 08-28-2008, 03:24 PM   #12
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PA generally tallies myself up about a 9 yard loss in that situation...
Only if you if haven't set it up correctly. You gotta run the rock to set it up on this game. I am sure you already know that though.
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Old 08-28-2008, 03:28 PM   #13
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Only if you if haven't set it up correctly. You gotta run the rock to set it up on this game. I am sure you already know that though.
that is true. I generally have great success with PA pass cuz I usually run the ball around 40 times per game. Its just inside the 10, my receivers cant break free. Probably because, like I mentioned, I have no star players on offense rated in the 90's?
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