Madden 22 has finally launched, and it would be perfect to get your passing game at a higher level to perform better than the others and stay on the winning track. Madden 23 is offering plenty of different passes and moves that you must learn if you want to develop a successful air raid offense.
This guide will show you How to Throw Low, Touch, Lob Passes and more in Madden 23!
Madden 23 Passing Tips: How To Throw Low, Touch, Lob Passes And More
How to Throw a Low Pass in Madden 23
To perform this action in Madden 23, you need to hold the LT button for Xbox, or L2 button for PlayStation while throwing to your intended target.
The low pass is very useful in certain situations, and most of the time is used on curl routes. If you throw a low pass, the receiver will go to the ground, and you will have a very small chance of getting YAC by doing this action. It is better to throw a low pass in a situation where you don’t need the receiver to gain additional yards.
How to Throw a High Pass in Madden 23
For high pass, you have to hold LB + the button over the receiver on Xbox, or hold L1 + the button over the receiver on Playstation.
This pass is almost the same as a low pass, just requires a different button to perform. By throwing a high pass, it helps when the receiver has a height advantage over his defensive back. With this pass, the receiver will make pause in the air a bit since her needs to jump higher to catch.
How to Throw a Bullet, Lob and Touch Pass in Madden 23
- Bullet Pass: Hold the button over the receiver. This is a lighting pass that is ideal for throwing to receivers in tight windows.
- Lob Pass: Tap the button over the receiver. This pass hangs in the air a bit longer than a normal pass, and it’s perfect for hail mary passes and throwing to receivers streaking down the field who have beat their defender.
- Touch Pass: Press the button over the receiver.
A bullet pass requires you to hold the button of your intended target until a pass is thrown, and this pass is the easiest to perform. Throwing a lob pass is also simple as you just quickly have to tap the button of the intended target. Lob passes are great for deep balls as they allow the receiver to catch in stride.
Throwing a touch pass is more difficult than the other two passes. You need to hold the button long enough, but not like the lob, and then let go before it becomes a bullet pass. This can become a pretty easy pass for you after some practice.
How to Throw a Pump Fake, Throw the ball away & Slide in Madden 23
- Pump fake: Press the button of the intended target twice.
- Throw the ball away: Press in right stick on Xbox, or press R3 on PlayStation.
- Slide: Double tap X on Xbox, or double tap Square on PlayStation.
Throwing a pump fake requires you to double tap the button of the receiver you’re faking to. This will potentially force the defender to bite and free up the receiver.
Throwing the ball away is much easier, as you just press in on the right stick for Xbox, or press R3 on the PlayStation controller. This will throw the ball out of bounds to avoid a sack or a dangerous throw.
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