CPU Pass Coverage This has been a subject I've had trouble with all year. I've been able to pass just fine, but I've had to change how I do it. In the past, I would read the defense, and if I could tell man or zone, or where a blitz was likely to come from, I usually knew where I was going before the snap. Now, especially in man coverage, I can't do that. Man coverage seems to run the routes ahead of the receiver, which looks kind of funny. The result is that I never challenge one on one coverage on the outside, so most of my pre-snap reads are routes I know won't be open, and I only ever go deep over the middle, usually to a third receiver. I can't seem to beat the blitz by going over the top of it, at least not from any of the pro sets. Still, I can't think of a better system, and we seem to be passing with pretty reasonable success, so things might just have to stay as they are. If we were to adjust, I was thinking of maybe dropping our pass block by five, maybe upping CPU INT's by 5, and drop our WR catch by five to make the passing game tougher. Then, we could turn the screws on the CPU passing game and get more of a defensive kind of football game. It looks like CPU quarterbacks are maybe a bit better than they should be, but since they're not beating us, it wouldn't make sense to drop their stats without also dropping ours. Anyway, these are the touch-ups I'm thinking of for year two. Anyone have any ideas?