Skimbo is the top earner in MCS play over the last two seasons combined and currently stands as the only Madden competitor with two MCS belts, one from the 2017 Madden Challenge and one from the 2018 Madden Classic. Skimbo made a deep run in the 2018 Ultimate League with a 7-3 regular season record but fell in the playoffs to Abbott “Blocky” Lopez. Sometimes referred to as the “Bill Belichick of Madden,” Skimbo makes a living adjusting to his opponents and calling his shots; he is a legitimate contender in each and every tournament he enters.
“I love to throw the ball. Breaking down coverages is what I do. Learn to break down every coverage out of 1 or 2 formations and you should be golden. After that, it’s about making the right read.”
Skimbo is a pass-first competitor who calls his shots, can identify deep touchdowns before he unloads them, and is always ready to take on whatever his opponent throws at him. His high-octane pass attack is balanced by a stout run defense, as Skimbo allowed the third-fewest rushing yards in the Madden Ultimate League.
“If something doesn’t go your way in game, lock in and fight. It’s a long game. Can’t think about the bad stuff that happened.”
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