Originally posted by Catch22 I'm pretty sure Underdog and Awe Inspiring only apply on pass plays.
Does every play start as a CB covering a WR in man-to-man coverage? So, essentially, this would mean that Underdog has the ability to have an affect on every play? Or does the play begin as a run play and it cannot affect the CB's vision?
Originally posted by griffin8r There was much discussion in the first Q&A about SB being a flat bonus to the actual break block roll, while BB% is a percentage bonus to your chance of succeeding the roll (my guess would be lowering the target number to succeed by X%)
My question is, since this is an opposed roll, in a double team situation (as DT's experience constantly) wouldn't the SB be far more beneficial, since your percentage chance of breaking the block is pretty low against two opponents? Or am I misunderstanding the interaction in a double team?
Hm, yes Shed Block would probably be more beneficial. Break Thru would be better, but Shed Block would probably work better than a % item for you.
Originally posted by Bayemon Can you address what changes we will see around QBs this season? A lot of QBs seemed to go in the tank with the changes that "hurries" had... it sounds like you made some tweaks. Can you share?
Mainly three things.
1) Spot and hit open man better 2) OC's can set WR progressions to tell the QB which WR to look at 3) A change in zone reaction times