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Special Teams Tips for Madden 13

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Special Teams Tips for Madden 13

Post by GREENERRRR on Wed Aug 22, 2012 10:05 pm

This article was reproduced with permission from our friends at madden-schoool.com



A typical Madden gamer spends 90% of their time practicing offense,
10% practicing defense and no time at all practicing special teams.
That isn’t necessarily a terrible thing since special teams is fairly
easy to handle once you get the hang of it but there are a few things
that should be considered when setting up your special teams. This
article will walk you through them. If you have any questions, just
leave a comment and I’ll attempt to clear things up.


  1. Kick power is really the only thing that matters on kickers and
    punters. A kicker with 88 kick power and 99 accuracy isn’t nearly as
    good in Madden 13 (or any Madden NFL game for that matter) as a kicker
    with 92 kick power and 80 accuracy. So keep that in mind when going
    through kickers and punters.
  2. Use a high speed, high accel player to return kicks and punts. The
    hard part of any return is getting past the first wave of defenders.
    Once you get into the open field you don’t want to be run down.
U can see the rest of the article by clicking the link below:


http://www.madden-school.com/madden-13-special-teams-tips/
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