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PostSubject: Flat Zones   2009-06-19, 09:20

Try not to blitz these if you don't have to, because in this game, giving your opponent a 5 yard out route, or an HB running a flat means big yardage, especially if he has a WR or TE in front of him ready to take out that DB playing back there
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PostSubject: Re: Flat Zones   2009-07-20, 14:35

Yeah I've noticed the flats r deadly in ncaa. It seems hard to defend even in cover 2.
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PostSubject: Re: Flat Zones   2009-07-20, 14:39

yeh, even in cover 2, the DB presses the WR leaving the flats open for a few seconds depending on how good the press is giving your opponent time to hit the HB or TE for a few yards, then the WR being pressed starts to block.
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PostSubject: Re: Flat Zones   2009-07-20, 16:04

Yeah happened to me for a big td yesterday
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PostSubject: Re: Flat Zones   2009-07-21, 09:02

So i played a couple gms on my bros 360 and i played some kid who was 8-1. All he did was put hb at fb and ran playaction all day throwing in the flats. After i noticed this i ran a cover 2 hoping i could stop it. But it still was wide open. Seems kinda broke that the cb doesnt jumpo the route. when his resposibility is to play the flats.
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PostSubject: Re: Flat Zones   2009-09-24, 17:37

So then, what's the best way to stop it? I've tried hot routing my DE to cover flats, then they scramble with the QB.
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PostSubject: Re: Flat Zones   2009-09-24, 20:11

quarters out of quarters 3 deep...

show blitz...

key run "to side hes throwing flats" pick or loss...

its max coverage with 3 man rush so you wont get beat deep make sure to coach "LOOSE ZONES"

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PostSubject: Re: Flat Zones   2009-09-24, 20:15

Hmm...I'm gonna try that one. I usually try running a trap play with a hot routed DB to blitz one side and hot route the DE to a spy forcing the QB to scramble to the side he is going to throw to the flat.
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