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Tips For Building The Best Madden Mobile Team

Hey, guys, we are loving what EA has done so far with Madden 18 Mobile. Many of us here in the office have spent a ton of time with the game and have been making great use of our Madden 18 Mobile Coins and we want to share a few tips with you on how you can get the most out of your players and your Madden Mobile Coins this year.


Do Not Just Buy The 90 Rated Players

Ok so in theory if you have a ton of Madden 18 Mobile Coins, all you need to do is go and buy a load of 90 plus rated players and you will be unstoppable! Well, that is not actually always the case, be sure to look at each individual stat. For example, a QB in Madden 18 Mobile, even if they are rated high, has to have a high throw accuracy rating or they are not worth it!

Train 80 Plus Players Into Something Epic

The best bit of advice we can give you if you have a lot of Mobile Coins is that you purchase players who are rated in the 80 range. By training these types of player, you can really make them monsters on the field. You use Elites to train them and you will be amazed at how you can take a good player and make them great. Training players is going to be huge in Madden 18 and those who train their players best will have the best teams, rather than those who just try to buy all the best players.

Levelling Is Time Consuming

Madden 18 Mobile has a leveling system like many other mobile card based games. By this, we mean that the first few levels you will just fly by, but then when you start to get into the 80’s and 90’s. You really do have to grind and have patience as it can be very time consuming.

Madden 18 Guide: How to Improve Offence and Defence

Madden 18 is a game that intrigues even casual American football fans, especially now the season is well underway. That’s why we’ve created a guide listing the best beginner Madden 18 tips and tricks to strengthen your defence and turn your offence into an unstoppable machine.


Madden NFL 18 Guide – Mix It Up

The most common mistake a lot of first time Madden players make is to fly through the playbook of any team and look for a move to hurl the football as far as possible. This is understandable as there’s few things as thrilling as lobbing a Hail Mary and actually pulling it off, but the key to any smart game of football is patience and to be diverse in your approach. No matter which team you choose you’re going to be slightly intimidated by how many plays are on offer, especially as some have over 500 variations. Many of these are offshoots of the same idea though, so taking a few minutes to find a few that work for you will help no end at first.

From there stick to the basics. On your first or second down try short passes or running the ball to make up the necessary yards and slowly push the opposition back. If you struggle and find yourself on third down a more daring strategy may be needed, but if it’s early in the game you’re better off sticking to this formula: small, productive moves to secure 10 yards and then repeat. If you do get to fourth down and aren’t in need of anything spectacular always punt the ball away, too. Trying anything else is just going to put you in a dangerous position and back you into a corner. So remember. Start with running backs and smart, easy to intercept passes and build from there. You’ll find yourself learning the plays much faster this way as well.

Madden NFL 18 Guide – Learn the formations

Formations are intimidating. If you’re not sure how they work, it will put you off almost instantly but understanding the pros and cons of each is essential if you want to have a productive game of football.

If you’re truly new to the series you’re best off starting with a team like the Miami Dolphins who more often than not stick to three formations. You can execute any play regardless what formation you have, but certain lineups are going to be more successful depending what you’re trying to achieve. It’s best to use the I Formation, Strong I or Weak I to run the ball and Shotgun if you feel the need to go for a long pass. If you’re looking for a more balanced approach that lets you think more on your feet, always use Singleback.

There are more options which will usually lean slightly more towards running the ball or passing, but as general rule the above will help your game no end. Naturally you have defensive formations on top of this, and the key ones are 4-3 – which will give you coverage against most plays – 4-4 – to slow down running plays and potentially blitz the QB – and 3-4 – which will target an opponent’s running back.


Madden NFL 18 Guide – Look at your opponent

So you’ve chosen your formation and play and you’re feeling pretty good about the upcoming down. The thing is, that’s really where the game starts. Before the ball has even be handed off it’s imperative to look at your opponent and see how its defence has lined up and then try to figure out if your idea is going to work. There’s every chance they’ve read you perfectly and are set up to stop you making any gains.

There’s no hard and fast rule with this, but observe the positioning of their linebackers to figure out how it matches up with your play. If they seem perilously close to the line of scrimmage there’s a good chance they’re aiming for a blitz, or the eradication of your QB. If they seemed more relaxed with their safeties sitting deep, it’s fair to assume they think you’re going to pass.

This is where you have to be smart. A quick press of R3 will take you to an in-play menu where you can call an audible to rearrange your line-up to give you the upper hand. You can also call hot routes which will specifically let you change the pathway of a receiver to circumvent the defence immediately. A lot of this will be trial and error at first as you start learning how to read another team and understanding what is and isn’t possible. It is, however, crucial when you get further into the game.

Madden NFL 18 Guide – Learn the passes

Naturally passing the ball is incredibly important in Madden but it’s not just a case of tapping a button and seeing it perfectly fall into your receiver’s hands.  Instead you have to learn the system and work out what each pass means. Where Madden 18 is concerned EA has delayed the amount of time it takes for a receiver to get into the right position so being patient and holding off an extra half-second before allowing your QB to make an attempt will make all the difference. There’s also numerous types of passes you can unleash and, again, choosing the right one for the right situation could be the reason you complete a play.

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Madden 18 Ultimate Team Most Feared Guide

As with previous iterations of the game, Madden 18 looks to be introducing the Ultimate Team Most Feared players once again through the upcoming Halloween update. In this full Madden 18 Most Feared guide, we’ll be going over everything you can expect once the Most Feared update eventually launches for the game, as well as our best guesses as to when the event will start.

Madden 18 MUT Most Feared Guide

EA recently told us that the MUT Most Feared Halloween update is set to begin very shortly for Madden 18, meaning you can likely expect it to launch worldwide on either Thursday, October 18, or on Friday, October 19. The latter release date seems more likely, as it’d let the MUT Halloween event launch right when the weekend hits, letting the maximum amount of players jump on in the action as soon as possible.


As for what the MUT 18 Halloween event will actually contain, we should look back to past events in previous Madden games for some hints. The MUT Most Feared players will be arriving as soon as the Halloween event fully kicks off, at which point plenty of brand new player cards will be put into the game for players to collect.

These new players are known as the ‘Most Feared’ variety, and will likely come in both the Gold and Elite tiers, as they have done in previous Madden games. In Madden 17 for example, if you collected all of the MUT Most Feared players together in a single set, you’d be able to earn yourself a 94 OVR Most Feared Brian Urlacher card, for use both during and after the Halloween event wrapped up.

As for other MUT Most Feared players, back in Madden 17 you’d be able to collect many other Most Feared players as soon as the event started. Once you’d got your hands on these Most Feared players, there would be a very limited period of time (October 29-31) during which Gold Most Feared players would be upgraded to 92 OVR, while Elite Most Feared would upgrade to a 95 OVR. This would only happen during those specific dates however, and afterwards, all the Most Feared players would decrease back to their original ratings, except for the Most Feared Brian Urlacher card.


Madden 18 MUT Most Feared Solo Challenges

Back in Madden 17 there were MUT Most Feared solo challenges, which you could take on at any time during the event in order to gain certain rewards that couldn’t be found anywhere else in the game. These were the Trick or Treat, Creepy, and Horror solo challenges, and we’ve outlined the rewards for each just below.

Trick or Treat Challenge Rewards:

• 86 OVR Brian Urlacher
• 36,250 Coins
• Challenge Item Pack
• 8 Most Feared Silver Packs
• 15 Most Feared Challenge Items
• 2 Most Feared Gold Packs

Creepy Challenge Rewards:

• 24,000 coins
• 8 Treat Packs
• 2 Candy Packs
• 2 Most Feared Gold Packs
• Most Feared Away Uniform with chemistry

Horror Challenge Rewards:

• 28,000 coins
• 4 Treat Packs
• 5 Candy Packs
• 2 Most Feared Gold Packs
• 2 50 Contract Packs
• 1 75 Contract Pack
• Most Feared Home Uniform with chemistry

We suspect that these Most Feared solo challenges will return in a different form in Madden 18’s Most Feared event, although with a different amount of challenges, and different rewards. It’s entirely possible that an upgraded Brian Urlacher card will return for the event, but we’ll have to wait until the event launches to find out for certain.

5 Second Year Defensive Players will Appear in Madden 18

Rookies on the defensive side of the ball can have a big impact for their new teams in Madden, and last year was no exception. Without a doubt, we can’t wait to see those players again when Madden 18 comes out this August. Here is our list of 5 second year defensive players to watch for in Madden 18.

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Joey Bosa: DE San Diego Chargers
Bosa was the NFL Defensive Rookie Of The Year, and finished the season rated an 87 overall. Bosa has solid ratings in every major category. His 80 speed, 82 strength, 85 agility, and 86 acceleration make Bosa extremely versatile.
Bosa also has every major pass rushing trait in last year’s Madden, and that should bode well for his Madden 18 rating and overall usability. Since a lot of Madden players like to take control of the DE position when playing on defense, then Bosa should definitely make an popular pass rusher to use next season.
Joey Bosa should come into Madden 18 as the highest rated second year defensive player, without question.

Jalen Ramsey: CB Jacksonville Jaguars
Ramsey was another high draft pick in last year’s draft, and he lived up to expectations–if not exceeded them. Jalen Ramsey finished the year rated an 85 overall, which was the highest amongst rookie corners.
Ramsey’s zone coverage rating was an 84, and his man coverage an 86 to finish off the year. Both are great numbers for a rookie corner coming into his second season. Couple those numbers with his 93 jump and 87 press coverage ratings, and Ramsey can make some plays for you. Although most Madden players don’t really take control of the corner position to begin a play, many of them will switch over to the corner once the ball is in the air making Ramsey a deadly player in Madden 18.
Ramsey is a sure fire second year defensive player to watch for in Madden 18.

Deion Jones: MLB Atlanta Falcons
The rookie middle linebacker for the defending NFC Champion Atlanta Falcons played well enough to finish the season rated an 80 overall. Jones was somewhat unknown coming into last year’s rookie season as he was a second round pick, but his actual gameplay caused him to quickly boost his Madden ratings.
Deion Jones is certainly one of the fastest players at the MLB position with an 89 speed rating. Add Jones’ 82 awareness and 90 acceleration into the mix, and he’ll be in position to boost his ratings even more in Madden 18.
Also, the Falcons will be one of the most popular teams to use in Madden 18 mostly due to their extremely talented offense. Since a lot of Madden players like to take control of the MLB position these days, then Jones will certainly be a second year player to watch for in Madden 18.

Karl Joseph: SS Oakland Raiders
Hard to believe Karl Joseph was the 14th overall pick by the Oakland Raiders last year. Joseph played extremely well last year and finished the season rated an 82 overall.
Joseph has a big hitter trait and a strip ball trait. Joseph’s hit power was also very strong to finish out the year at a whopping 88 rating. His 87 speed rating along with his 87 agility make Joseph a solid option at the SS spot.
Karl Joseph’s only setback in the ratings is his measly 72 awareness, but that rating should go up in Madden 18. Joseph is a great option for users to switch over to during runs to the outside when the SS position needs to make plays. Many times a decent player at the SS position is needed to prevent outside stretch and toss plays that can absolutely kill you in Madden.
If Joseph can continue to make big plays this upcoming season, then he’ll definitely be one the deadliest second year defensive players to watch for in Madden 18.

Jatavis Brown: MLB San Diego Chargers
Who? Jatavis Brown was a low 5th round draft pick last season for the Chargers, but quickly took over as starting MLB. He was also overshadowed by Bosa’s stellar play and Madden popularity last year. Brown played well enough to finish the season rated a 79 overall, and his the lowest rated player on our list, but his overall should rise quickly in Madden 18 given his promising play last year.
Brown has one of the highest speed ratings at the MLB position with an 88. His 79 play recognition, 86 tackle, and 84 hit power are all solid numbers for a player going into their second season. Like Deion Jones, many Madden players will take control of Brown since he plays a popular defensive position.
Make no mistake, San Diego is a potential sleeper team given they have some strong weapons on offense. You’ll likely come across the Chargers next season, and Jatavis Brown is definitely a second year defensive player to watch for in Madden 18.
That just about does it for our list of second year defensive players to watch for in Madden 18. Certainly, there are plenty of other second year players worthy of making the top 5. Who are yours? As always, feel free to comment below.
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