Ever since Madden 2003, EA Sports has put different steps into
place to prevent unfair nanos that exploit glitches in the blocking
schemes. Enterprising Madden players (ourselves included) always
find ways to bring more heat on the QB.
Because of this defensive creativity, every solid Madden player
develops schemes on offense to relieve pressure and get the ball
out quickly to their playmakers. This has brought back the TE to
offenses as their quick releasing routes often hit areas that have
been vacated by blitzing defenders.
It is tough to get a good jam on them, unless you take control of
your defender and manually jam using the RB or R1 button. This
works, but if you need to be controlling another player to get your
nano to work, then you are out of luck here.
Players will pop the TE on curls and seam routes while you are
trying to get to their QB. Kobra has been working hard in the lab and
has come up with a way that you can put the jam on the TE, and
control another player at the same time.
We've put together a 5 minute video breakdown from our Video
Defensive Playbook that details how to do this step-by-step. You
can check out the full video by going to: