Duke is back for this week’s edition of the Madden Vault bringing you arguably the best money play and edge blitz in Madden 16 and much more!

Starting off the week, I wanted to show you guys the best way to cause fumbles in Madden 16. The hit stick seems way less effective this year than in past years, but there is another way to cause fumbles at a high rate and even another way to make this tactic even more effective that we show.

Sticking on the defensive side of the ball this week, I wanted to you guys the best edge blitz in Madden 16. We have posted a ton of “A” and “B” gap blitzes, so far this year and I felt it was important to show some edge heat as well for people who want to run play action or slide protect against the gap heat. As usual, we bring you nothing but the best of the best!

Finally, we posted some more variations to one of the very best plays in Madden 16 which is the X Drag Trail. We show two potential one play touchdowns in the same setup, zone beaters, flat glitches, an unbumpable route, and man beaters! Whew good luck stopping this play!

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  1. Best Way To Cause Fumbles In Madden 16
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Duke

Duke is one of the best Madden players of all time. Duke has been playing Madden competitively since Madden 04 and in this time period has dominated the tournament, league, and online scene. Most notably, Duke is a Madden 16 and Madden 17 Championship finalist, Madden 17 DC and Salary Cap finalist and has many major tournament wins (Madden 17 Gamersaloon CVC Pro League, Madden Challenge, and MWS/BCA Regional) to his name as well as numerous Final 4 appearances. Duke also loves NCAA Football as college football is his favorite sport to follow in real life. Duke has been playing NCAA Football since before he even picked up Madden and is excited to share his NCAA knowledge this year!

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