NFL Pro 2013 is a new football game for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. Unlike most of the football and sports game in general that are out for the iOS, this one is actually a football simulator, that has you playing both offense and defense, calling plays and controlling the players in real time 3D play. You can run running and passing plays and anything from 3-4 to 4-3 to multiple variations on the cover plays, zone blitzes, all that good stuff. Read on for some tips and tricks for NFL Pro 2013!
In general, even though there are so many different plays in the game, there are ones that are good to gravitate towards and good to stay away from. For example, when you are on offense and you’re pulling a running play, stay away from plays that run you close (run you up the middle) and stick to plays where you run wide. With plays like this it’s easier to find a hole.
When engaging in a short passing play, stick to a similar story, except stick to a play where the receivers immediately run forward from the far sides and then over afterwards, so that you don’t have to spend any time waiting for them to run behind the line of scrimmage to get to where they need to go, and you have a number of different options as far as who to throw to. Try to throw to a receiver who has a green circle over their head as they are more likely to catch than one with a red circle
With defensive plays, it’s more of a crapshoot and it’s more based on which team you are playing against, and what their strategy is. In general, though, you will be controlling one guy out of many, so try to anticipate either where the pass is going to go or simply try to put extra pressure on the quarterback.
For a cheap and easy way to attempt a blitz, try attempting a punt blitz or a field goal blitz even while it’s not fourth down. Often you can land an easy sack this way, but if you’re trying this on a quick quarterback or against a good pass play, you have to execute fast or a long pass is a very real possibility.