Madden Mondays: The Best Way to Cause Turnovers

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In every annual edition of Madden, slight gameplay tweaks make a big difference in how you call a game. With Madden 12's improved collision detection, players no longer slide into position, and the hit stick is not as powerful as it was in the past. Previously, it was a sure way to cause fumbles.

In such a competitive game, causing turnovers is the key to putting more points on the scoreboard. Additional possessions means more chances to rack up TDs. But is shooting for big hits every time you square up on defense the best way to cause those turnovers?

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In every annual edition of Madden, slight gameplay tweaks make a big difference in how you call a game. With Madden 12's improved collision detection, players no longer slide into position, and the hit stick is not as powerful as it was in the past. Previously, it was a sure way to cause fumbles.

In such a competitive game, causing turnovers is the key to putting more points on the scoreboard. Additional possessions means more chances to rack up TDs. But is shooting for big hits every time you square up on defense the best way to cause those turnovers?

In this installment, we focus on the best way to get the ball out of the offense's hands—as always, featuring @ZFarls and @SGibs, the two guys who created the official Prima Madden Strategy Guide. Hit them up on Twitter for gameplay tips, and check out the video below from the guys' regular Prima show.

Missed any previous Madden Mondays posts? Catch up here:

Introducing Madden Mondays
Master the Far and Near Formations
Run Tim Tebow's Read Option
Reading Defenses Pre- and Post-Snap
Playing Zone Defense

Source:  Prima Madden


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Topics: GAMEPLAY | SCOREBOARD