I saw an interesting play with the star player Bertha yesterday. My opponent used Bertha to dodge away from a marked player and then dodge into a cage to hit the ball carrier. He did not have dodge set to manual (per his information), and he did not mention how BT was set.
The initial dodge attempt failed with Bertha's Agility, and the game used Break Tackle automatically (as that succeeded). Then he failed the dodge into the cage with a 5 but rolled a 6 on the dodge reroll and made it into the cage and hit my player.
He was upset that the BT was used on the initial dodge into no tackle zones so that he could only succeed on the subsequent dodge with a 6.
I guess all that really means is that if both BT and dodge are set to automatic that BT that will succeed will take precedence over a dodge roll that may or may not succeed. Seems reasonable, but it would be nice if on conflicting skills that could be used on a single action that even if they were both set to automatic the client would ask you in that case. Setting BT to manual doesn't have many negatives, but playing flings and having dodge set to manual means you spend a lot of the match answering that question!