The rush settings are used to determine the distribution of running plays between the various positions on the field. The positions that have the setting are Quarterback, Fullback, Wide Receiver 1, and Wide Receiver 2. The percentage value is a relative value used to determine the chance of each player in that player slot carrying the ball on a running play. The RB slot is locked in at 100%. If two players are set at 100%, it means they have an equal chance of carrying the ball. A player set at 20% would have one fifth the chance to carry as a player at 100%, and so on.
Articles in this section
- How are the short yardage back and third down back used?
- Can I play a player who is injured in a game?
- How is the RB sub pattern under the situational settings on offense used?
- How does the defensive depth chart control who enters the game?
- How is the rush setting used and why do only some of the positions have it?
- How does the offensive depth chart control who enters the game?
- How is the slot receiver used?
- How are players subbed in when there are no more players available in the depth chart for a certain position?
- Should I set a player at each position on the depth chart?