Madden creative director Rex Dickson confirmed a huge change in Madden 17 today that should make for a much more pleasant gaming experience for casual players.
The Madden developers have added a new nano detection system that will nerf glitch blitzes that come in through the A and B gaps (the gaps between your tackles and guards, and guards and center).
Blitzes that send more pass rushers than blockers (such as overload blitzes) will not be affected, nor will edge heat. Watch Rex Dickson describe the change here:
It will be interesting to see how this nano detection engine holds up to the guys who spend hours trying to glitch the blocking AI. If the detector holds up to scrutiny it could make competitive Madden a lot more to watch and play.