Here Are The Eagles’ Madden Ratings

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EA Sports has been slowly revealing the top players ranked at every position in this year’s Madden game. Only a couple of Eagles made those cuts, but now they’ve unveiled full ratings (overall, kick accuracy, injury, etc.). The Eagles’ team overall of 84 puts them behind the Cowboys (87), but well in front of the Giants (77) and Redskins (75). Here’s what Madden’s site had to say:

Chip Kelly made a number of high-profile offseason moves. Now it’s time to see them in action. QB Sam Bradford (79 OVR) leads the question marks into camp. HB DeMarco Murray (94 OVR) is no question at all, led by a great offensive line including LT Jason Peters (96 OVR), RT Lane Johnson (88 OVR), and C Jason Kelce (87 OVR). HB Ryan Mathews (84 OVR) can spell him when needed.

The Eagles have a revamped secondary with new arrivals CB Byron Maxwell (84 OVR), CB Walter Thurmond (75 OVR), and rookie CB Eric Lowe (72 OVR). MLB Kiko Alonso (87 OVR) could have a breakout year after coming over in the LeSean McCoy trade.

It’s Eric Rowe, but alright. They also made a downloadable spreadsheet available will full rankings for every player in the game. Of course, I went right to Sam Bradford’s injury rating – 71 – which is the ninth worst in the game. The receiving corps are, as expected, a little light, with Jordan Matthews (81) leading the way, followed by Miles Austin (78), Riley Cooper (76), Nelson Agholor (74), and Josh Huff (72). We expect those numbers to change.

But defense is where the birds start to stand out. Fletcher Cox sports a healthy 92 rating, while Connor Barwin and Kiko Alonso strengthen the linebacker group with 87s. Cody Parkey is an 80, which is ridiculous.

You can see all of the ratings after the jump.

 

QB
Sam Bradford – 79
Mark Sanchez – 76
Matt Barkley – 69
Tim Tebow – 68
G.J. Kinne – 62

RB/FB
DeMarco Murray – 94
Ryan Mathews – 84
Darren Sproles – 82
Matthew Tucker – 66

WR
Jordan Matthews – 81
Miles Austin – 78
Riley Cooper – 76
Nelson Agholor – 74
Josh Huff – 72
Seyi Ajirotutu – 69
Quron Pratt – 66
Devante Davis – 65
Jeff Maehl – 64

TE
Brent Celek – 85
Zach Ertz – 84
Trey Burton – 70
Eric Tomlinson – 65
Jon Dorenbos – 51

OL
Jason Peters (LT) – 96
Lane Johnson (RT) – 88
Jason Kelce (C) – 87
Allen Barbre (RG) – 77
David Molk (C) – 74
Dennis Kelly (LG) – 72
Matt Tobin (RG) – 72
Kevin Graf (RT) – 67
Andrew Gardner (LT) – 67
Julian Vandervelde (C) – 66

DT
Bennie Logan – 80
Beau Allen – 69
Wade Keliikipi – 68

DE
Fletcher Cox (RE) – 92
Vinny Curry (LE) – 81
Cedric Thornton (LE) – 81
Taylor Hart (LE) – 71
Brandon Bair (RE) – 69
Brian Mihalik (RE) – 58

OLB
Connor Barwin – 87
Brandon Graham – 86
Bryan Braman – 72
Marcus Smith – 70
Brandon Hepburn – 70

ILB
Kiko Alonso – 87
Mychal Kendricks – 86
DeMeco Ryans – 82
Brad Jones – 73
Emmanuel Acho – 69
Najee Goode – 64
Jordan Hicks – 64

CB
Byron Maxwell – 84
Walter Thurmond – 75
Nolan Carroll – 74
Eric Rowe – 72
E.J. Biggers – 71
Randall Evans – 69
Jaylen Watkins – 68
JaCorey Shepherd – 63

FS
Malcolm Jenkins – 85
Chris Maragos – 74
Ed Reynolds – 70

SS
Earl Wolff – 77
Jerome Couplin – 69
Chris Prosinski – 69

K
Cody Parkey – 80

P
Donnie Jones – 78

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22 Responses

    1. Grown ass men still playing video games are pathetic.

      No wonder you mommas boys don’t get any pussy.

      1. Grown ass men and video games……the only point you’ve made that I thoroughly agree with! I think it’s beyond pathetic that any grown man plays video games let alone sits outside a GameStop at midnight waiting for a game to released.

  1. Doesn’t include suspensions and injuries tho lol

    Unlike the AFC, which was topped by last year’s six playoff teams, the NFC has a new team in the mix with the Eagles, who have knocked the Panthers out from holding a place within that group. The NFC South is the only division in the league that is led by a team with a rating lower than 84, with Carolina only being an 80.

  2. Hey Jim, you douche bags bring your A game?

    How about the ratings of all the players that were sent packing by the Eagles? I would like to know if Madden thinks the wete the right moves.

    1. Also “They also made a downloadable spreadsheet available will full rankings for every player in the game”

  3. Football is crap. It’s like a soap opera, unlike baseball. Baseball is a true sport. They play everyday and aren’t talked about 24/7 by the media. The NFL has become a circus over the last 5-10 years. It’s become sickening. I used to like the sport during the winter during the baseball off-season. The players are thugs and the media talking about it incessantly has turned me off of the sport.

    Baseball = serious sport, no frills, you need an attention span and brain to follow.
    Football = soap opera of thugs perpetuated by the media on the dumb masses of Americans.

  4. “It’s Eric Rowe, but alright. They also made a downloadable spreadsheet available will full rankings for every player in the game.”

    Really, Jimbo? “Available will the full rankings?” You knock Madden for getting a player’s name wrong, and in literally the next sentence, you fuck up and use the wrong word.

    What did you have to do to get into Kutztown? Open the door?

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