The reason the AI coach chose on that gameplan remains a mystery, but it could be that the player has suffered some punting problems in prior games. However, with so many Franchise Mode glitches, it's likely that this coaching decision is just another one.
The questionable coaching decision does not look like it'll do much harm for the season, and will only result in just a little increase to the participant's punting, which may wind up being more helpful than anticipated. Fortunately, if the strange gameplan is a bug, it doesn't violate the game like many previous bugs in Madden NFL 21. Players may laugh in the training decision, particularly since many have probably seen the offensive gameplan options and never chosen punting.
With EA releasing the last Franchise Mode upgrade for Madden 21, it seems the focus has shifted to the launch of Madden NFL 22. Although the name hasn't been officially announced, it's expected to release later this season, given the background of annual Madden releases. Rumors indicate that another Madden cover star has been selected, though EA has not officially revealed this information.
Madden NFL 22 has not officially been confirmed, but it seems as near to certain as you can be that it will be coming this year. While an argument can be made that Digital Arts ought to take off a year from the Madden NFL series, there's very little chance that will actually happen. Assuming there will be a different chapter in the franchise, there should be a concerted effort when it comes to the quality of the game. In a nutshell, whatever is supplied in Madden NFL 22, it has to be a large debut in contrast to how Madden NFL 21 premiered.
The launch of Madden NFL 21 led to quite a little outcry in the show' community. One of complaints about the previous episode in the franchise to get last-gen consoles was that there wasn't enough new content there. While there were tweaks to game modes, there was not a large addition to the game.