The EA Madden Football video game is a world in itself. People who love to play the game await the newest game with tremendous anticipation, and those who don’t play still love to see things like Madden game simulations.
The game has become more and more realistic, compared to its genesis for the Super Nintendo gaming system, and with the sophistication of the game ramping up, the release of information of things like ratings for players is an event itself.
NFL players love to see what their ranking is, and whether they were viewed as getting better or worse in the eyes of the Madden creators. Yes, we are talking about a video game, but just look at the video below and players reacting to their overall rating...
For the Pittsburgh Steelers, there will be plenty of players who could carry a chip on their shoulder due to their rating. In fact, only one player on the entire roster was given a grade over 90, and that would be none other than offensive guard David DeCastro.
Check out the Steelers’ Top 10 rated players, and if you want to see the complete roster, click HERE:
David DeCastro — 93
JuJu Smith-Schuster — 88
Cameron Heyward — 86
Alejandro Villanueva — 86
Maurkice Pouncey — 85
Ben Roethlisberger — 85
Stephon Tuitt — 85
Joe Haden — 84
Ryan Shazier — 84
James Conner — 83
Vance McDonald — 83
This Sunday, 7/21 at 9AM EST ESPN E:60 will be airing a segment on Madden NFL Ratings Performance Adjusters, diving into how they rate each player in-game based on real NFL performance.
Madden NFL 20 will also be available worldwide on August 2, 2019.