I discovered success in Man policy overall, although I started to utilize Zone in conditions where I was pleased to give the opponent some field. For example, if I have got the lead with a couple of minutes left on the clock, I'm okay with letting my opponent to play in front of me; I will use a Cover-3 deep formation to provide my opponent some bud, knowing that I am unlikely to give up a big play. I will still get vulnerable doing this -- great players operate the sidelines, such as -- but I am generally finding achievement.
While my understanding is extremely basic, I am currently choosing plays with the intent of getting a particular outcome, as opposed to the guesswork I was relying on before. And this understanding has helped me because I know when I am looking at a Cover-2 or a Blitz, and while I'm far from perfect at reading this, it has helped me to get some larger gains. Lobbing the ball out to my receiver in play-action, for instance, when I can see a cornerback is going to drop off into a deep zone, is an example of something I have learned that functions.
I practiced a lot from the computer, also wanted to make sure that I could win pretty much 95 per cent of the time with all the Aggressive setting allowed. A lot Ultimate Team challenges plump up to the Arcade setting, and while I'd play these on the maximum problem available, I did not find it good practice because receivers and quarterbacks are god-like; the online experience is much more realistic, and therefore you can't just toss a 60-yard throw into double check and hope to come up with the ball.