Players may give control to the AI for coaching decisions
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Players may give control to the AI for coaching decisions throughout the season including gameplans for upcoming games. One Madden player shared the gameplan for a significant match that includes a very strange offensive attention. Instead of a common offensive attention like conducting or play action passes, the AI decided the offensive attention would be punting.
It seems the AI trainer may lack confidence in its gamers' ability to score, or believes that the punter could use some help. The reason the AI coach decided on that gameplan remains a puzzle, but it could be that the player has suffered some punting issues in prior games. However, with numerous Franchise Mode glitches, it's likely that this coaching decision is another one.
The suspicious coaching decision doesn't look like it will do much injury for the season, and will just result in just a little boost to the player's punting, which may end up being more helpful than expected. Fortunately, if the strange gameplan is a bug, it doesn't break the match like many previous bugs in Madden NFL 21. Players may laugh at the training decision, particularly since most have likely seen the offensive gameplan alternatives and never selected punting.
With EA releasing the last Franchise Mode upgrade for Madden 21, it seems the focus has changed to the release of Madden NFL 22. Although the name hasn't been officially announced, it's expected to launch later this season, given the history of annual Madden releases. Rumors indicate that another Madden cover star has been chosen, though EA hasn't formally revealed this info.
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