Madden NFL 23: Offense Guide – How To Make Better Passes

July 12, 2022
Check out this guide to make better passes in Madden 23!

Madden 23 is an American football game based on the National Football League that includes features such as staff management, an enhanced scenario engine and a weekly strategy to create the most powerful roster possible. This guide will tell you how to make better passes in the game.

Madden NFL 23: Offense Guide – How To Make Better Passes

Before you head into a competitive game, you will need to adjust a few settings.

Make sure the camera toggle is off so you can utilize the D-Pad and pre-snap adjustments.

Turn on Defensive Switch Assist and Defensive Ball Hawks in the Gameplay Helpers section.

You will need to select the best pass offence in the game which is the Tampa Bay Buccaneers since they have a stacked wide receiver core and Tom Brady who is the only player with the Hot Route Master ability.

This ability allows you to create and put any route on the field.

Next, you will need to select the Carolina offensive playbook because they have double posts which is the best play in the game.

Once you are in the game, reading the defence pre-snap is the most important skill that you can master and it’s not hard.

The first thing that you need to always look at is the safety whether there are two high safeties, one high and one low.

This will allow you to tell whether they are in cover two or cover three. If you see no safeties high, they are going to be blitzing.

Next, you need to decipher the play as it develops and make decisions quickly based on that to tackle your opponents secondary.

When you come out and double post, the most important thing is your pre-snap read.

Read that safety and once you watch him take his first two steps, look for the slot guy on your team and you’re running back to see which guy is going to be open.

Another great play is Z spot and the only way you can stop Z spot is if you have perfect zone drops or if your opponents are running a match

Flood is a great play to run in the red zone and the first thing to look is at the cornerback on the right side to make sure the cornerback isn’t going to come up and play a hard flat.

Watch out for the outcut on the out route and if those are covered then look out for the backside solo receiver square on the dig route.

Combine all these tips and tricks, you will be racking up points on your way to the glory in Madden 23!

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