Few questions

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  1. Daplaymaker

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    Are 3-3-5 & 4-2-5 banned? I know in past years it was banned in leagues on here. Also are agg. defense & offense gameplan banned? I already know pass & run commit are banned.
     
  2. Cimmy24

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    They aren't banned, but can't be used as base defense's until I get word they aren't an issue anymore.

    Agg def and off is banned.
     
  3. voltool16

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    i use a ton of 335. i didnt know there was an issue with it. i dont do nano blitzes or blitz every play. i use this quite frequently as i run 3-4 as well so 3-3-5 is my natural nickle. if this is a problem please let me know. i never use agg defense or do the guess play thing or mess with the dpad features either. i dont do that bs where you slide lines and change peoples assignment s to blitzes. i run a standard non cheese and non repetitive 3-3-5 and 3-4.

    edit: i also dont cram all the safeties in the box and run in around in circles presnap like a tard.
     
  4. Gibby289

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    so we cant use aggressive gameplanning? only conservative?
     
  5. Cimmy24

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    We have had issues in the past, but I haven't heard anything. So for the time being I will allow it, since I haven't looked into it. As long as nothing is abused we're fine.

    Correct. The only time I will allow aggressive gameplanning is very late in the game, late 4th quarter, when your team can still realistically win and you need a strip.
     
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  6. Gibby289

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    sounds good i like the conservatives more anyways! Cool
     

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