December 20, 2017

How To Defend In Madden 18


In this Madden 18 defensive guide, we’ll teach you how to defend no matter what situation you’re in on the defensive side of the ball. Use these Madden 18 best defensive plays listed below in order to put the pressure on your opponent.

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As with the offensive side of the ball when you’re playing as the QB, you also have to select and manually control a player on the defensive side of things. It’s up to you who you take control of, but whether it’s someone on the defensive line or in the backfield, you’ll have to pay attention and follow your assignments.

If you choose to play on the defensive line, then you’ll have to press the trigger as soon as possible after the QB snaps the ball, to get off the line of scrimmage and gain an advantage on your opposing offensive lineman. This can be tricky, as you’ll incur a penalty if you press right trigger and move forward to soon, and you won’t gain any bonuses if you do the same thing too late. It has to be perfectly timed with the snap of the ball, and once you’ve done this, you should attempt to get around the offensive lineman by pressing either X/Square or B/Circle, and bear down on the QB.

If you’re playing in the defensive backfield as a linebacker and you want to stop the run, then you have some specific rules to follow. It’s not a good idea to get too close to the line of scrimmage, as you want to be able to hold back and see where the running back goes. If they go outside, you’re free to follow them to the outside of the huddle, but if they run straight up the middle, then you’ll have to close the distance between them and you as quickly as possible.

You generally want to follow the running back wherever they go if you’re playing as a linebacker and you want to stop the run, but you also don’t want to get held up by any blocking offensive players. This is why it’s a good idea to hand back from the huddle and see where the HB goes, instead of running straight into the fray and getting held up.


These are all the very best defensive plays to offer you, if you need to practice setting up any of these plays, you can always hop into a practice game against the AI before taking your game online.

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