Discussion in 'Thread Archive' started by JerzeyReign, Nov 8, 2011.
Offense: RutgersDefense: 4-2-5
Offense: The Texas Longhorns UniversityDefense: 4-2-5
Notre DameOffense: Pistol Spread (custom)Defense: 3-4
My playbook consists of half Pistol formations and the other half ShotGun. Plus I have a handful of plays from I formation
4-3 defense( 3-4 the first game on accident lol)
Utah State Spread Custom Shotgun, One Back, switched out wishbone/fleXbox One for an I form and one strong form
People who run Multiple Offense/Defense schemes have vaginas
LOL!....IMO shows that we have a broad range of skills!
Offense: Washington: (Pro) added cross Pistol formation
I have been under the impression, we werent aloud to use Custom playbooks on defense....
We aren't so I don't know what the hell bigtubb_ is talking about. Only default multiple defenses were agreed on. Don't think that should change.
well in that case i run a 3-4 lol
Has anyone tried a 3-3-5? Think I may try next season. Running these "exotic" defenses is fun. Plus, I need more linebackers on the field for the run. Rather have 3 headhunters for the run than 4 down lineman.
only as a supplement to my 3-4 scheme....its problematic at times...u have to have good cover guys
Offense: Virginia Tech
Offense: Custom PB(Auburn Base)
5 ACE formations
1 Strong I
3-3-5 can be a very good defense against the pass with out giving up the run as much as the 3-4.
it work really well in ncaa 11. think 4-2-5 with more variety and better alignments
it has a bear and a few predator type alignments in it so you still get 4 guys on the line. i had some of that in my custom d playbook and they got wiped with the first patch and i never put all those formations back in.
lots of good zone coverage and blitz packages. without good strong and athletic lbs and right type of dlineman its just like any other def. need the right system players.
If you have a 6 star dynasty with high rated players it can work well vs users cause it has plays to cover some of the money plays(middle of the field, out short sideline while still keeping help over top. but if guys user catch all the time it can get exposed.
Hmmm, gotta look to see which team's defense has a decent 3-3-5 playbook. Not sure of a change yet as my players are starting to roll in and maybe, just maybe, I can find a MLB who wants to come to Rutgers! That seriously would solve most of my run defense issues. Then again all my linemen will eventually be run defense guys anyway
Who are you...?
just kidding I saw you inquire about the spot the other day
just joined earlier today.
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