View Full Version : if u have stopped vick from scrambling this is for you
09-30-2003, 10:03 AM
How did you do it? Some folks say aud from qtr to 4-3 double qb spy and thats the trick? others says dime flats safe?
any tips are appreciated guys
09-30-2003, 10:07 AM
I would do the QTR to 4-3 double QB Spy.
And take the DT that is a CB and play zone in the passing field or wait for Vick to roll to one side and then Blitz his a$$ so he can rush his play more. but it depends on how they play with Vick.. some people don't scramble as much and throw or they run with TJ Ducket and Warrick Dunn. They just use Vick as a decoy or distraction to get you all worked up but they don't even use him as much. LOL. So it all depends.
09-30-2003, 05:48 PM
I love playin against him i dont audible down from qters it depends on what formation he comes out in 2 wrs i use 4-3 qb spy and pull my left de and use him as a second spy, thats one i like to use but if you want we can practice online just send me a message and we can hook up my last game against VICK the score was GB 49-ATL 14 .
09-30-2003, 06:54 PM
I tried something new last night against Atlanta. I use Pitt and I tried the 3-8 defense similar to last year. It was incredible!! The speed put on the field really countered Vick quite well. I used QB SPY and Double QB SPY. It also opened up lots of blitzes I normally wouldn't use. I sacked that dude 9 times in the first half along with 3 pics. The dude finally pulled and gave us both a loss.
Beware though because most of the players that use Vick are just boneheads trying to run him all over the place. If you come up against someone who actually knows what they are doing it will be a long day.
I use Vick and the Falcons are my main team. Denver second. The main reasone why I went ATL. was cause of the fear of Vick running. Quick story for you guys it's really funny. I was online a few days ago and I played this clown named GSpott. He used the Cowboys and I had ATL. Before the game started he asked if I run Vick. I asked him of he ran "Q" and he said that he was going to bust my *#%. I laughed cause I was on for research. The game started and he run dives with playmaker using Galloway doing a short slants. He did this for quarter. I have dial up and the lag was very bad. I wasn't able to run my timing patterns. He stop the game after every play bragging on the 10-0 score. He talked aabout my Moms, he talked about me being poor cause I had dial-up....on and on. I laughed and said that I he would see the paydirt for the reat of the game. I then broke my foot off in his butt-butt. using my Motion Offense and using Vick to set-up my plays. He called every single anti-vick defs. This was his down fall. In the end he quit by half time and the score was 32-10. He used some system that prevented me from getting my win.
The point of this long story was that when people see Vick, they tend to use defs. to contain him. When they do...passing and running is easy. Why..cause when you give defs. players assignments to contain him..who's contain Dunn, Price, Crumpler, Finn-Finn, and Duckett? It makes passing and setting-up your plays easy. I always see if the guy I'm playing able to read defs. or a Vick runner. Once I do I defend as needed. I tend to spy him on my own and blanket the field with defs. that will attack a runner regardless of there assignment. This way you have the whole defs. on him then double spy's and that other stuff. That's two defenders that could defend someone or bring heat. :D
10-01-2003, 07:01 PM
Big B, I used double QB spy and my LB's were not fast enough to catch Vick and they are pretty fast(PITT). When I tried 3-8 D and the Double QB spy, Safe QB spy and Cover 2 QB spy it really made a difference. But like I said, when someone knows what they are doing and not just running Vick around I'd have to get more creative with my defensive calling. I ran into someone who knew what they were doing several times and it was really tough to stop the dude.
10-01-2003, 08:22 PM
what is the 3-8 D? is this the 3-3-5 nickle?
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