Whether you’re great at reading the field or are still getting to know your playbook, mastering the pass game in Madden 20 is as essential as ever. Here’s how to execute all five passes and, more importantly, when to use them.
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Touch Passes are normal throws executed by pressing-and-releasing the receiver button. They come out a bit slower than bullet passes but arc a little higher and are difficult for anyone not in the quarterback’s face to deflect them prior to the flight. Touch passes are relatively easy to catch for both the offense and defense, but they tend to be the most accurate type of pass. If you’re not throwing into a crowd, touch passes are usually the best option.