Playaction

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  1. LSU21dude

    LSU21dude Geaux Tigers

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    Playaction

    WTF, I don't know if I can ever run PA again. Everytime I do, I get sacked before the screen even pans out to see my receivers. I am playing my game right now against Cal. As soon as the game is over I am going to upload a highlight to show everyone how ridiculous this is.

    I had just pounded the ball 3-4 times in a row and got good yardage each time. So I picked a PA pass (knowing that I would prob be sacked, but I am trying to mix up the playcalling), and I kept in my TE AND FB to block. They sent a corner blitz which my TE just watched fly past him and the CB got to the HB before I even did the playfake (that is how fast he got there), and instead of blowing up the HB, he runs clearly around him and destroys my QB. Unbelievable!!

    I love to set up the play action by pounding the rock, but I just can't call PA anymore because these sacks are usually drive killers. Anyways, please check out the highlight when it is up, it is ridiculous.
     
  2. NYJuggalo45

    NYJuggalo45 Walk On

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    seems that the cpu picks up on tendencies. i can get it to work but have to run it sparingly
     
  3. Pac12Leader

    Pac12Leader Walk On

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    Play action only works for me on the Road to Glory, which seems to be the only play they call for my QB
     
  4. LSU21dude

    LSU21dude Geaux Tigers

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    I would say if that's the case, the DB should have destroyed my RB because I was killing them on the ground before that play. Playaction and/or passing wasn't the majority of my playcalling at the time.

    I will say though, that I got the courage to run one more later in the game and I had maybe 2 seconds, just enough time to get a pass off, because the D-line hesitated and took a look at the RB before heading to the QB.
     

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