In Madden NFL 20 you can cause fumbles or dropped passes by stripping the ball. This maneuver can be done when you’re on defense and you’re looking to create a turnover or prevent a catch. Stripping the ball can be done by pressing the RB button, but pressing this doesn’t guarantee a fumble or dropped ball as there are many factors in play such as the tiredness or carrier rating or catch rating of a player.
A good practice is to press the strip ball button as the receiver is looking to make a catch to prevent the catch from being made. You can also go for strip ball when a ball carrier is fighting for extra yards on a play. Going for a strip ball manually isn’t the only way to go about getting strip balls or causing fumbles.
How to Strip Ball in Madden 20
Xbox: RB Button
PlayStation: R1 Button
You can also set how aggressive the A.I. controlled players are as well by making a coaching adjustment. Head into the coaching adjustments by scrolling down to this option in the Play Filter menu. You can select Aggressive Strip Ball settings which will give you a higher chance to get a strip, but the downside is that there will be a higher chance of broken tackles or face mask penalties.
While your A.I. counterparts will have a higher chance of missing tackles when aggressive is selected, this applies to manual strip ball as well. Going for a strip or a broken up pass will result in your opponent potentially breaking a tackle or getting a catch and run play.