Madden Players’ Madden NFL 16 “Oakland” Defensive Guide
Designed for: Madden NFL 16 on Playstation 4 & Xbox One
Based on: OAK Defensive Playbook
The Oakland defensive playbook in Madden NFL 16 is one of the most 4-3 centric defensive playbooks, and is a true force for anyone who enjoys the 4-3 base formations. It is also the only playbook with the most 4-3 formations, given that it is the only one with 4-3: Odd.
As you might already know, the 3-4 formations have taken the Madden world by storm early during the season. Why, you might ask? I think it’s simple. It’s been extremely hard to find pressure out of the 4-3 formations. But just because it’s hard to find pressure doesn’t mean there isn’t any. All it means is that it could take many, long hours to try to find a glimpse of what is already in this guide.
In those many long hours, I was able to find a plenty of three-to-four man rush blitzes, A and B-gap blitzes, blitzes that a running back or TE don’t block whether they’re slide-protecting or not, dual-edge pressures, defense to blow up the tosses and inside runs, coverage defense to strangle aggressive catches, and much more. I left nothing on the table with the content in this guide, nor with the effort and level of quality that I put into it.
In this guide, you will find plenty of three-to-four man rush blitzes, A and B-gap blitzes, blitzes that a running back or TE don’t block whether they’re slide-protecting or not, dual-edge pressure, multiple run defenses to blow up the tosses and inside runs, coverage defense to strangle aggressive catches, and much more. I left nothing on the table with the content in this guide, nor with the effort and level of quality that I put into it.
And most of all, the blitzes are consistent. The first thing some folks will tell you to try to lower your expectations immensely is that you can’t run the same blitz too many times or the offensive line will adjust. That is completely false, and please don’t believe that. Consistency in blitzes exists, it just takes hard work to find the right blitzes.
Our 4-3: Over Plus comes loaded with DT A-Gaps, and DE B-Gaps, from every side of the offensive line, most of which work out of just about any play in the formation. 4-3: Over comes packed with incredible B-Gaps and Dual Edge pressures that are easy to setup and that can’t be picked up by a running back or TE blocking. Our 4-3: Underand Nickel: Double A Gap bring their own set of unique blitzes and run defense.
Last but not least, our Quarter: Normal Scheme brings you a great assortment of B-Gap blitzes, Edge blitzes, and dual pressures that an extra blocker on offense can’t pick up. I also include a mini scheme out of 5-2: Normal with some DT A-Gap blitzes for those of you who use DET, CAR, NYG or Custom defensive playbooks.
If you’re the type to like A and B-gap blitzes, especially by defensive linemen, this guide is absolutely loaded.
And the dreaded I Form, Strong I, and Weak I Quick Toss and inside runs… the Run Defense in this guide locks that up tightly. I spent several hours specifically trying to figure out how to stop that run scheme—don’t let it make you a victim. And aggressive catching? I show you how to shut that down as best as possible too while still getting nano-type pressure.
Whether you’re having trouble stopping the run, locking up money plays, or just want to be more aggressive in your blitzing and yet still retain great coverage, this guide will certainly satisfy all of your needs.
The guide also includes DT A-gap blitzes, DE B-gap blitzes, edge-pressures, 3-man pressures, 4-man pressures, and pressures that an RB or TE cannot block.
The “OAK” Defensive guide features everything from schemes out of 4-3 Over Plus, 43 Over, 43 Under, Nickel Double A Gap, Nickel Normal, Quarter: Normal, and 52 Normal.
Learn how to run all of these powerful formations to their maximum capability and much more using all kinds of defensive line, linebacker, and coverage adjustments that will drive your opponents crazy.
I know that time is valuable, and that is why this guide will not waste your time with endless paragraphs or long, rambling videos. Everything in the guide is direct and straight to the point so that you can get to playing instead of studying.
With this guide, learning is easier than ever as you can just hit the play button, sit back, and watch as we show you all the minor details of running these schemes in a matter of minutes. On top of that, each play comes with short, typed up steps as well so that you have all the most important information that you need to know when you are in the middle of gameplay.
This is extremely important if you need to look something important up during a match and you don’t have much time in between plays.
Now, when you’re playing, you have all the knowledge and information that you need at your fingertips by just clicking around in our quick-links system so you won’t have to watch a whole video to know what the play is supposed to accomplish.
Originally Posted by QB_EATER_90
Overall really good guide. Most of the plays are effective and quick to setup once you learn the steps. I always either print out the printer version or keep the guide open on my laptop when I play so I don’t have to really memorize anything. The links throughout the guide make it so I never even have to scroll, I can just click between the plays and all the steps and video show up all on my screen at once. And the videos are short enough so if I ever want to see the blitz executed, I can watch it in a matter of seconds. I can’t stand how some people make a 7-10 minute video on a blitz to just babble and waste my time about nonsense… I constantly have to be clicking around the video just to find where they ran the darn thing. This site really knows what people want and need and get it done in the most efficient manner. Kudos.
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3-5 Man D-line Nanos (Blitz where the Defensive Lineman dart in untouched sending only 3-5 rushers)
DT A-Gaps, DE A-Gaps, DE B-Gaps, Dual Edge Pressures, Edge pressures, and more.
Blitzes that get in smoothly even given extra blockers on offense
Run defenses to blow up the dreaded Strong: Close Toss and inside runs
The best defense to stop Aggressive Catch abusers
Several Blanketing Coverage Defenses that confuse and cause mistakes
No blitz sends more pass-rushers than there are blockers
Who Should I Control on Defense?
Who Should I try NOT to Control on Defense?
Adjusting Your Coverages Behind Blitzes
The Most Important Facts about Blitzing in Madden NFL 16
Blitzes are marked out for your convenience
Audible, Depth Chart, & Substitutions Recommendations and Advice
Guide content works with ANY team
Each play is fully optimized to its ultimate capabilities
A “Quick setup” text write-up for each play
Quick-link system to help move around the guide fast when playing
Crystal Clear 1080p HD Videos and Voice-overs for each Play
24/7 email support with our lead strategist about Madden NFL 16 strategy
Updatable content – Updates when new defenses are found or get patched
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Playbook, Schemes and Formations Broken Down
All breakdowns and plays are found in the 46 Playbook
4-3: Over Plus – Scheme
4-3: Over – Scheme
4-3: Under – Scheme
Nickel: Double A Gap – Scheme
Quarter: Normal – Scheme
Bonus: 5-2: Normal – Scheme (Found in CAR, DET, NYG, & Custom playbooks)
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