View Full Version : Tipped passes getting picked off
12-28-2006, 06:44 PM
I see this happening all the time in the NFL. Hell, most of Brady's interceptions happen this way.
I haven't seen it once in Madden.
Yes Tiburon, us fans demand alot from you, and we know that you're trying. The time has come, however, for this to be put into the game.
It's one of those random things, like fumbles, that bridge the gap between a video game and reality.
And that's the ultimate goal, isn't it?
i happens in 07
I have picked off passes tipped by another defender in SS mode and in franchise, I have also (only one) picked off a pass that was deflected at the line and my MLB did the sliding knee catch to pick it off
01-17-2007, 03:57 PM
It happens more than I'd like in '06. Not necessarily tipped at the line of scrimmage, but one DB will tip it and another will snatch it out of midair. *shrug*
01-17-2007, 06:20 PM
it happens alot in ncaa 06
02-16-2007, 06:17 PM
I had seen (and done) tipped passes by a defender and then manual catch (intercept) the pass with the same defender, in other words, tipped it to myself.
02-20-2007, 08:04 PM
What they should take out - LBs on M2M who are running back to the QB and intercept the ball by their waist w.o even looking at the QB, hell without even knowing their man was being passed to. now that i dont see in the nfl. (oh and this tends to happen to me when recs. are not on comeback/hook routes)
this thread should be put into the game however: and also a more realistic amount of INTs by the def: less of the above, more of the easy easy easy catches by FS who are paid to INT a ball that is coming right at them. happens all the time, the ball comes to a FS, or in some cases the LB on zonal, right into their hands, no jump, right to their chest, and they drop it. there is a reason i get get angry at my players in franchise, often telling them that they are paid to catch a ball for the defense, known as the hairdryer treatment.
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