The most funny is when folks conduct non-base aligned stock Cover 3 every play Mut 23 coins. I remember earlier in the year I ran a Cover 3 beater out of Bunch(Insanely simple. Literally just a run from the slot and motioning the out course beside out it ) with these FO Mecole Hardman on the initial play of the Madden NFL 23 game for like 4 games directly cause people live and die by stock Cover 3. And dont get me wrong I really do use pay 3 over any other shell because I find it simplest to use as I prefer to user the deep middle security.
I just don't understand how people can come out at a stock non-base aligned Cover 3 and not feel sus about that giant gap with just 1 security on the top at the start of the play. Non base accommodates cover 3 skies user. The single high-tech doesn't disturb me as possible shade the DBs below to halt the corners and outs and use the LBs to look after the cover beaters by hitting on the slot man then after the crosser or post guy. Its simpler to present just one high safety as a pay 1 blitz moving a LB onto the border allowing for more bait opportunities.
Also doesn't really thing about giving up the short play the attention is to get the opponent to need to drive down the field in place of the quick over the top TD. That works, but the second I notice you're placing hard/cloud flats to stop an outside course (corners still beat both of those, at least how I run Bunch), I'm placing my WR on a streak and operating right past him to get a simple fairly decent gain madden 23 coins buy. I can still out of 5 up for it Wide Verticals. I understand your thought process, but SO many men and women run it it's easy to dissect now. Run Tampa 2 or a match coverage, the corner/lb will bulge the receiver at the start and slow the route down that pressure will force them out or get there.