I just don't understand how you are supposed to use the strengths of difference running backs when it seems like not much make a difference on the field between running backs. Im an eagles fan so I use Shady McCoy, who is supposed to be 1 of the best in the game from an elusive standpoint , but everytime I try to shake somebody, the move take so long to perform that I get caught anyway. I also haven't seen to many running backs break tackles. I just haven't been able to figure out the running game in this year's game yet
I don't get it either, the "Juke" move is the exact same in this year's NCAA. IMO it's more of a sidestep, hate it.
Perfect description of it. Jukes were fine before IMO. Now its almost useless. Like i said, i understand u dont see 80 yd run plays every other play in real life...but its seriously difficult to use ur tools to break big ones in this game to me. If u happen to pick up good blocks, great...but bein able to shake people urself is tough
Even in Madden 12, the only real way to break a big run is for the human opponent to take control of the nearest guy and whiff the tackle trying to hit stick or cause a fumble. Every single long run I've every experienced vs humans, that is really the only way. --- Xbox Live Gamertag: SupahJem
Even in Madden 12, the only real way to break a big run is for the human opponent to take control of the nearest guy and whiff the tackle trying to hit stick or cause a fumble. Every single long run I've every experienced vs humans, that is really the only way.
Dunno bout that one. I primarily run the ball, and in 12 I was constantly juking and spinning the hell out of opponents' LBs online (AI controlled LBs) w/ Shady McCoy.. Just that in this one everything's slowed down
I find that the key to dodging tackles and breaking some bigger runs this year is not using sprint until you're in the open and past everyone. I break/elude a lot more tackles when not holding the right trigger. But I agree, it is a lot harder in this years game.