It can be tough finding some of the best Madden 20 money plays hidden away within all the offensive playbooks on offer in the game. But in this guide, we'll be walking you through our list of all the Madden 20 offensive money plays that we've found so far, including the best run and pass options.
Throughout the rest of this guide on the best Madden 20 offensive money plays, you can find all the details you'll need on the best plays for any offense. In the first column of the table below you can find the name of the play and the formation that it comes from, then all playbooks that it can be found in, and then finally all the adjustments you'll need to make.
|Gun Bunch, Bunch Trail||Colts, Rams||Hit the tight end closest to you when they cut up the field, or hit the tight end in the slot when they cut away from their defender to the outside of the field|
|Singleback Wing Flex Close, Four Verticals||Colts, Cardinals||Motion the receiver on the very left out, and then snap the ball right before he finishes motioning out. If the cornerback backs off, throw a jump ball up immediately to the receiver. If the corner goes in man coverage, throw a lob pass up the field to the receiver as they cut past the corner. If there's three DBs on the right, motion the receiver on the left instead and repeat the same throws|
|Gun Tight Doubles, Cross Wheels||Browns||Put the slot receiver on the left on a streak route to draw the safety away up the field. When the receiver on the very left cuts upfield, throw the ball when they get seperation|
|Gun Cluster HB STR, Verticals||Cardinals||Put the receiver on the left on a slant route inside. Motion the receiver on the right outside, and snap the ball only after he's in position. If the coverage is man, wait until he outruns the DB upfield for a big gain. If it's zone, throw a bullet pass as soon as he cuts upfield.|
|Gun Cluster HB STR, Mesh Post||Cardinals||Streak the slot receiver on the right, and put the inside receiver on the right in an out route to the sideline. Throw to the receiver on the outside when he cuts to the sideline.|
Offensive Money Plays Explained
It's important to remember when to use the plays we've listed above while you're playing Madden 20. You don't want to overuse them and run any one of the money plays we've listed above back to back, otherwise your opponent is going to catch on pretty quickly to what you're doing, when you're playing in an online head-to-head game.
Instead, you'll want to incorporate these plays into your offense in Madden 20. For example, it's always excellent to have a ground attack based around your running back, so start off with a run on first down. Then, if you haven't made it to the first down marker on the running play, throw a short, quick pass, perhaps a slants play, on second down.
Then, if you go to third down and you're really in need of some yardage, to go the money plays in the table above. It's better not to lead with these plays that are designed to gain huge yardage very quickly in Madden 20, but instead keep them in your back pocket for use when you really need them.
If it's more Madden 20 coverage you're after, then you can check out any of our guides pages here at USG. You can head over to our Madden 20 Face of the Franchise guide for a full walkthrough of the story mode, or our Madden 20 Ultimate Team Solo Battles guide for a rundown of all the rewards. Alternatively you can check out either our Madden 20 offensive money plays guide, or our Madden 20 defensive money plays guide for some of the best plays in the game.