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My team is 90 ovr, I've played guys who literally just started at 61, and guys with all the hyped 95 cards. I will How does madden 25 matchmaking work though when you see someone with high cards, don't give up, most have no clue what they're doing and fall apart when you start using actual football. Zone defense and short passes on offense usually work every time Stop taking video games so seriously. I had a big run and a couple big passes, but I couldn't string anything together.
The second time, one big sack ended up being the difference between me winning a low-scoring game, as I just couldn't quite get into the end zone and had to settle for FGs a couple times. He obviously, as suggested, didn't have a clue what he was doing. Just seems like there isn't much point in building up ones team just to get squashed by the guys who spend real money on it.
Well i have a super Competitive nature and a football nut so that's what keeps me going. Anything you play multiplayer there's always going to be YouTube allstars with no life, but in my case, very rarely do I come across these people. I will say find a chemistry you like and a playbook you like.
I use zone alot, so I use guys with 91 zone, 91 speed. Learn to user safeties and middle linebackers for pass coverage. I use alot of run blitzes.
It's funny playing guys like that because you can tell when they start freaking out and don't know what to do. Keep calm and stick to your game plan. I'm working on the playoffs objectives - I'm Steelers everything, so I'm just trying to get Tuitt and Heyward to complete that and, in doing so, the overall objective.
I've noticed a couple Deshaun Watsons on the "god squad" teams - they love running QBs.
And yeah, shutting down the run is usually doable There are holes in zone coverage. Man-to-man is bound to fail. I'm generally bad with controlling people in the secondary, but I might have to give that a shot, cause I'm not accomplishing much with my linemen, anyway. Yeah the matchmaking can be unforgiving. But at the end of the day, who wins and loses comes down to skill and smart football.
Every once in a while the game will throw you a curveball and put you in an unfortunate hole that you can't climb out of multiple fumbles in a rowbut higher skill will win out most of the time.
There is a certain threshold for disparity of course, where if you still have 80 rated guys on your team and you take it online, you're probably gonna have a bad time. But I think by now, most MUT teams are probably anywhere from 86 to 92 overall, which is enough to compete.
Those high rated players only go so far. The one guy that massacred you might have likely done the same even with an 89 team. Some of these guys just know the game and know how to exploit your weaknesses, no matter who they may have on their team. "How does madden 25 matchmaking work"
You learn to take that away, and it forces your opponent to get creative and go to stuff they arent comfortable with. If you meet someone with a run happy QB like Watson or Mariota, put spy on them. Most of the time they'll get shut down.
Thanks for the tips. Yesterday, I lost to someone whose team was a bit better than mine which was my own fault, really - I have a self-destructive tendency to throw it to covered receivers a second after my brain registers that they're coveredbut then I really pummeled someone else with similar stats.