How To Throw Passes In Madden 18 Mobile

Many fans know that passing is essential in Madden 18 Mobile, so if you won’t get very far without it. And the running game in 18 Mobile is a bit more forgiving than its console counterpart. Madden 18 Mobile takes you through a robust tutorial that shows you all the ins and outs of the game, but it doesn’t exactly spell out how to get more out of your passing game. If you’re still looking for help, make sure to check out our other Madden 18 guides in U4GM.

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How to Throw Bullet Passes in Madden Mobile 18. Throwing a bullet pass is simple. As you scan the defense and find an open man, press and hold on the receiver you want to throw to. This will make your QB throw a tight spiral that gets to the intended wideout faster than any other throw. Bullet passes are great for throwing balls into tight windows or when your receiver cuts between defensive zones.

How to Throw Touch Passes in Madden Mobile 18. To throw a touch pass, double-tap on the receiver you want to throw to. Touch passes come in handy when your receiver is running a Deep Post route or a Flat route down the sideline. By throwing a touch pass, you’ll give your wide receiver more time to clear through zones and get to the ball by putting an ideal amount of height under the ball.

How to Throw Lob Passes in Madden Mobile 18. To throw a lob pass, all you have to do is tap the receiver you want to throw to. This is the default passing style for Madden 18 Mobile. Lob passes are perfect for getting passes over the top of defenders. This type of pass is perfect for when your wide receiver is above a defender but does not have another defender above him.

How to Throw the Ball Away in Madden Mobile 18. It doesn’t matter what play you pick: sometimes, you’ll be under so much pressure that you’ll just have to throw the ball away. To do that, make sure you move your quarterback outside of the tackles. Once you do that, a trash can icon will appear on the screen. Press that, and your QB will throw the ball away.

 
Sometimes, you’ll be under so much pressure that you’ll just have to throw the ball away. To do that, make sure you move your quarterback outside of the tackles. Passing is pretty simple in Madden 18 Mobile, but now that you know exactly how to do it, you’ll be dominating all of your head-to-head matchups and single-player challenges. Hope you can enjoy this game!

Madden 18 Jaguars Championship On Sunday

Last sunday, Madden 18 Jaguars Championship Held In Daily’s Place. JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – There’s more than one race for the Super Bowl taking place in Downtown Jacksonville last Sunday. There are four eSports competitors go head-to-head at Daily’s Place in the Madden 18 Jaguars Championship, before the Jaguars kick off against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday at 4:25 p.m.. You can see some live broadcasts. And Jaguars alumnus Josh Scobee host the tournament.

 
Fans with tickets to Sunday’s Jaguars game are invited to watch the competition live at Daily’s Place. Gates 1 and 4 open at 1:30 p.m. Those in attendance will be eligible for free giveaways including autographed memorabilia and Jaguars experiences.

The Madden NFL Club Championship is a landmark competitive gaming event within the Madden NFL Championship Series (MCS) involving all 32 NFL clubs, making it the largest competitive gaming commitment ever by a U.S. professional sports league. The players participating in Sunday’s Madden NFL 18 Jaguars Championship qualified initially via an online competition. They include:

Conor Dunn – Currently a student at Villanova University, he goes by the gamertag “Arozy.” Originally from Jacksonville, he attended Jaguars games in middle and high school and is an avid fan.
Sal Tylinksi – A current resident of Atlanta, Tylinksi’s stage name is “EducatedLion993.” He’s been playing Madden for a decade, winning more than $40,000 in his competitive gaming career.
Lionel Roberts – He goes by the gamertag “Kanan_Sparks” and currently calls New Orleans home.
Joel Skarpness – Know on stage by his last name, Skarpness is also a Jacksonville resident.

The winner of Sunday’s Jaguars Championship compete against the other 31 team representatives at the Championship Live Finals, a tournament occurring first at the Pro Bowl Experience in Orlando. The final eight will move on to play in Minneapolis at this year’s Super Bowl with $35,000 and two tickets to Super Bowl LII on the line. The second place winner of the Jaguars Championship will receive $2,500. The other two competitors will receive $1,000.

If you not attend the Jaguars game on Sunday, you can see some playback in the Madden NFL 18 Jaguars Championship on Twitch at www.twitch.tv/eamaddennfl via the EA Sports YouTube channel or on Facebook Live at www.facebook.com/easportsmaddennfl.

Madden18: 49ers-Bears Games simulated

I think the only real thing in this game is no injuries to the quarterback, so the 49ers are going to go with Jimmy Garoppolo. The 49ers offensive line scares me at how it has let C.J. Beathard take a beating. I’m not know how Jimmy Garoppolo will persevered. It surprised me, because he’s not a tank like Beathard is.

The reality is cruel, but this had to happen sooner or later. So here we go.

Quarter Length: 6:00
Games simulated: 3
Notable inactives for 49ers: Adrian Colbert
Notable inactives for the Bears: Adrian Amos

Take note in Madden that players on injured reserve are automatically removed from the roster.

Jimmy Garoppolo starts slow
One of three games saw Jimmy Garoppolo go absolutely nuts. The third and final game simulated which gave him 70 percent completion percentage and around 250 yards. Besides that though, his averages were awful. Factoring the good game in, Garoppolo finished the day with a 51 percent completion percentage and 173 yards. Mitchell Trubisky? 215 yards and a 58 percent completion percentage. Yikes.

49ers pass rush has itself a day
With an average of 6 sacks per game, the 49ers pass rush was absolutely monstrous. There was one dominant player in each game. Game one was Tank Carradine, game two had Reuben Foster, and game three had none other than Aaron Lynch with 3.5 sacks. The rest of the team got their own numbers to contribute to this fantastic stat, but maybe the 49ers defense is primed for a big day.

The rest of the defense does not
Besides the sack totals, the 49ers defense was not good. The Bears running game carved through them easily (Jordan Howard averaged 102 yards). Once the bears hit the redzone, the 49ers may as well get the receiving team a head start, becaus it seemed like they had no problem waltzing in for a TD or getting an open tight end.

Final Score: 21-14, Bears
The 49ers have a Madden rating of 76 whereas the Bears have a rating of 77. Winning by a touchdown does seem quite believable. Madden was surprisingly accurate last week in predicting the score of the Hawks/49ers contest and I do think this is a believable outcome. The Jimmy Garoppolo era may have arrived, but the empire still needs to be built.

Different people get different harvests, 49ers-Bears line drops to 2.5 points, so all 3 of the 49ers game-time decisions are active!