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Madden NFL 18 Video - Steelers vs. Cowboys (SimFBallCritic)

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Madden NFL 18 Video - Steelers vs. Cowboys (SimFBallCritic)

SimFBallCritic has posted another Madden NFL 18 gameplay video. This one features the Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Dallas Cowboys.

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  1. I liked a few of the out of pocket passes by Prescott.
    Look like a good running game.
    Still, too much time in the pocket, but I did like a few of the sacks.
    I had to turn it off as soon as I saw Prescott get knocked out of the game by standing like a statue after a play fake. The pressure is coming right at him. He didn't even flinch, duck, tuck the ball, nothing. Took the blast standing perfectly still and was knocked out of the game. At least he didn't fumble I guess. :)
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    gcoons22
    I had to turn it off as soon as I saw Prescott get knocked out of the game by standing like a statue after a play fake. The pressure is coming right at him. He didn't even flinch, duck, tuck the ball, nothing. Took the blast standing perfectly still and was knocked out of the game. At least he didn't fumble I guess. :)
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    I just think that is one of those ole, PA pass with a blitz coming and you don't have time to react plays.
    roadman
    I just think that is one of those ole, PA pass with a blitz coming and you don't have time to react plays.

    You're probably right. I went back and watched the rest and Dak did make a better effort to avoid sacks later in the game. Question Roadman. In the game videos you have watched so far, are you seeing a fair amount of errant passes from QB's? Especially lower rated QB's? Or is the incompletion percentages largely driven by deflections, break-ups, hits, etc.
    Thanks.
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    gcoons22
    You're probably right. I went back and watched the rest and Dak did make a better effort to avoid sacks later in the game. Question Roadman. In the game videos you have watched so far, are you seeing a fair amount of errant passes from QB's? Especially lower rated QB's? Or is the incompletion percentages largely driven by deflections, break-ups, hits, etc.
    Thanks.
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    Someone has a video of Trevor Siemen floating around here that I noticed passes at the feet and wide off the mark, probably about 4 or 5 different off the mark throws.
    I'm sure it's Simftballcritic.
    Like Josh, I'll need to test this out in CFM once I get the game.
    Why can't Madden ever seem to get it correct, at the 3:25 mark when the Steelers fumble and the offensive team member picks up the ball the whistle blows immediately and the player who picked the ball up wasn't even down. Madden has done that for several years now and that's not correct that Steeler player should have been able to continue on after that.
    captaink
    Why can't Madden ever seem to get it correct, at the 3:25 mark when the Steelers fumble and the offensive team member picks up the ball the whistle blows immediately and the player who picked the ball up wasn't even down. Madden has done that for several years now and that's not correct that Steeler player should have been able to continue on after that.

    Because rules and all:
    At 2:41, I really liked Elliot's blitz pickup. He realized that the Dlineman was being blocked so he moved on and blocked Dak's weaksode. He still got sacked but I think the initial blitz pickup was nice.
    I'm one of the bigger optimists here, even though I generally don't post a lot. But this video gave me actual pause for the first time...
    Dallas kept coming out in that weird formation with only 3 lineman, and for what seemed like an entire drive they ran handoff after handoff from that formation & Elliot racked up 10 yard gains every time. How is it possible to run with only 3 lineman in front of you? I've never seen this formation in Madden before, but I don't care for it. Looks like the D was tricked into "covering" the lineman who lined up wide, leaving nobody to tackle Elliot except the safety's.
    I have to be missing something. I've been up since 4am so maybe my brain is missing something obvious?
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    seasprite
    Because rules and all:





    Sorry, I understand that rule but this type of result also occurs at other times in the game and the same thing happens including outside of the 2 minute mark.
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