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I found success in Man coverage all around, however, I started using Zone in instances where I was willing to allow the opponent some. For instance, if I'm leading with just a few minutes left I'm fine with allowing my opponent to play in ahead of me. In this case, I'll use a Cover-3 Deep formation to give my opponent grass, knowing I'm likely to not give up on a huge play. It's possible to be in the way if I do this - good players play the sidelines for example - but I'm generally achieving success.
Although my knowledge is simple, I'm now choosing strategies with the goal of getting a specific outcome in contrast to the intuition I was relying on before. It has also helped me in the offensive game, as I can now tell if I'm considering the possibility of a Cover-2 or Blitz and even though I'm not perfect in understanding this, it's helped me to get some larger gains.
Making the ball go outside towards my receiver in play-action as an example when I am able to see a cornerback is going to drop off into a deep zone, is an example of what I've learned to work.
I played lots of practice against the computer, and I wanted to make sure that I could win almost all of the time when I had the Competitive setting on. A lot Ultimate Team challenges plump up to an Arcade setting. And while I would play them on the highest difficulty possible, I didn't find it good practice because quarterbacks and receivers are godlike in online games. The experience is more realistic and it's not enough to throw 60 yards of ball into double coverage and cheap Mut 22 coins expect to get the ball.