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EA Sports has posted the top rated offensive players in Madden NFL 25, along with breaking down quarterback ratings in the game, including specific ratings for awareness (AWR), throw power (THP), throw accuracy (THA) and deep throw accuracy.

Dave Dameshek has posted the 180th DDFP podcast, which features Donny Moore, revealing more ratings, on NFL.com.
  • QB Ratings - Rodgers (98) Brady (97) P. Manning (97) Brees (96) Ryan (94)
  • RB Ratings - Peterson (99) Lynch (96) Foster (95) Rice (94) J. Charles (94)
  • WR/TE Ratings - Megatron (99) Gronk (98) A. Johnson (97) Witten (96) J. Graham (96)
  • OL Ratings - (OL) Mathis - Eagles (98) J. Thomas - Browns (97) Yanda - Ravens (97) Sitton - Packers (96) Staley - 49ers (96)
Donny Moore is randomly tweeting other top ratings, listed below.

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# 1 imskykid @ 08/15/13 04:05 PM
I did what Beadle told me to, but I can't find the team-by-team offensive ratings at easport.com/madden like the said.

Yet another woman whose words are nothing but lies.
 
# 2 SportsFanatic01 @ 08/15/13 04:14 PM
Has anybody found the offensive player ratings for every tem on the website like she said at the end? I can't find them.
 
# 3 jpdavis82 @ 08/15/13 04:20 PM
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Originally Posted by SportsFanatic01
Has anybody found the offensive player ratings for every tem on the website like she said at the end? I can't find them.
They probably haven't posted them yet, that video just went live.
 
# 4 jwhezzy2003 @ 08/15/13 04:27 PM
you would of think they would of went live at the same time. maybe at 6pm eastern time lol. Witten a top offensive receiving threat
 
# 5 Gorilla Glass @ 08/15/13 04:40 PM
I hate the tease with ratings. Just release the complete ratings already. We're all grown-ups here!!
 
# 6 TheKingOfVa @ 08/15/13 05:03 PM
Wow no Larry Fitzgerald
 
# 7 jmurphy31 @ 08/15/13 05:07 PM
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Originally Posted by jpdavis82
They probably haven't posted them yet, that video just went live.
And that video is probably the one you linked last week featuring Michelle Beadle.
 
# 8 SportsFanatic01 @ 08/15/13 05:11 PM
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Originally Posted by TheKingOfVa
Wow no Larry Fitzgerald
Right! He's not even in the top 5 Wide Receivers. Not including tight ends. Wes Welker is tied with roddy white for the 5th highest WR with 93 overall. So Larry Fitzgerald will be below a 93. He was a 97 in madden 13 and was the second highest WR. Shame isn't it? Donny Moore had said in some podcast that they didn't really punish Larry because he had horrible quarterback play. Clearly they did
 
# 9 SportsFanatic01 @ 08/15/13 05:12 PM
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Originally Posted by jmurphy31
And that video is probably the one you linked last week featuring Michelle Beadle.
The video just came out today
 
# 10 jmurphy31 @ 08/15/13 05:17 PM
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Originally Posted by SportsFanatic01
The video just came out today
I know. JP posted a link of a picture with Michelle Beadle with a green screen. He was thinking she might be in madden 25, but it was probably for this video.
 
# 11 ya boy hollywud @ 08/15/13 05:32 PM
What is AJ Green rated?
 
# 12 Gosens6 @ 08/15/13 05:35 PM
I knew it was coming. The inevitable ratings wars. This should be fun, i'll even throw my little rant into the mix..

How is Peyton Manning not rated a 112!!?!? After the season he had last year, he's clearly a 112.
 
# 13 SportsFanatic01 @ 08/15/13 05:56 PM
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Originally Posted by ya boy hollywud
What is AJ Green rated?
He's a 94 overall
 
# 14 SteboSSK @ 08/15/13 06:17 PM
Not sure why people pay so much attn to ratings every year, specifically overall ratings. Most of the time guys are going to be overrated after coming off a hot year. IIRC wasnt Peyton Hillis like an 89 or 90 when he was on the cover LMAO
 
# 15 Ice_Cold345 @ 08/15/13 06:37 PM
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Originally Posted by SteboSSK
Not sure why people pay so much attn to ratings every year, specifically overall ratings. Most of the time guys are going to be overrated after coming off a hot year. IIRC wasnt Peyton Hillis like an 89 or 90 when he was on the cover LMAO
It's more than just overall, at least to me. It's that Madden(and so called "Czar", which is great when FBGrating is a thing with scouts rating players) overrates all the stats. I'm waiting to see how Peyton's Throw Power is because his arm isn't what it used to be, and Madden probably won't really mess with it.

For the overall thing, Madden 13's last update had like 150 or so players that were 90+ (FBGratings has only seven elite players now, which is realistic), that's nearly three teams of all 90+ players, which is just dumb. 90+ should be for only elite players and there aren't 150+ that are elite. Matt Ryan(despite how much I like him) isn't an elite QB like Rodgers or Brady. Any stat that is 90+ should mean the player is elite at that particular thing (pass block/throw power/man coverage/etc.) but Donny Moore just throws ratings off of just stats(like Aldon Smith having a huge spike in ratings because of his giant sack totals, but only being an elite pass rusher doesn't make you great. It didn't help that when Justin Smith went down, Aldon performed worse.) It needs to be a combo of stats/scout research/numbers from combine and what not, not just stats.
 
# 16 jclentzthadon @ 08/15/13 06:45 PM
are the ratings posted or what?
 
# 17 Big FN Deal @ 08/15/13 06:47 PM
I read the article on the science of QB ratings and I honestly won't believe THP really does any of that stuff until someone proves it, lol.

Throw Power rating (THP) affects the speed at which the ball is thrown for each of the passing trajectories. A strong-armed QB can get deeper throws to receivers faster, helping avoid interceptions and incompletions.
Did you Know: The THP takes into account the weather conditions when determining the power behind throws. The wetter the conditions, the less power your QB’s will have behind their throws.
 
# 18 Ice_Cold345 @ 08/15/13 06:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Big FN Deal
I read the article on the science of QB ratings and I honestly won't believe THP really does any of that stuff until someone proves it, lol.

Throw Power rating (THP) affects the speed at which the ball is thrown for each of the passing trajectories. A strong-armed QB can get deeper throws to receivers faster, helping avoid interceptions and incompletions.
Did you Know: The THP takes into account the weather conditions when determining the power behind throws. The wetter the conditions, the less power your QBs will have behind their throws.
"A strong-armed QB can get deeper throws to receivers faster, helping avoid interceptions and incompletions."

Yep, because Brett Farve being a strong-armed QB(or Jay Cutler) helps them avoid picks with their arm. Come on EA, really?
 
# 19 brettmickey @ 08/15/13 06:57 PM
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Originally Posted by Ice_Cold345
"A strong-armed QB can get deeper throws to receivers faster, helping avoid interceptions and incompletions."

Yep, because Brett Farve being a strong-armed QB(or Jay Cutler) helps them avoid picks with their arm. Come on EA, really?
It wasn't because of their arms that they threw so many interceptions, it was their decision making. Cutler and Favre also make some downfield throws and throws in traffic that other quarterbacks could only dream of. Their arms helped them avoid throwing more interceptions than they did. Their decision making is the reason for the interceptions.
 
# 20 Ice_Cold345 @ 08/15/13 07:03 PM
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Originally Posted by brettmickey
It wasn't because of their arms that they threw so many interceptions, it was their decision making. Cutler and Favre also make some downfield throws and throws in traffic that other quarterbacks could only dream of. Their arms helped them avoid throwing more interceptions than they did. Their decision making is the reason for the interceptions.
Yes, but Madden acts like having a strong arm QB will solve all problems. It's a lot more than just being strong armed to prevent INTs. Chad Pennington didn't have a good strong arm, but was smart with the ball. Hell, even having a strong arm can make you overthrow the ball and cause incomplete passes. So, Madden acting like having that strong arms. If it did, JaMarcus Russel would still be a starting QB. Hell, even getting a ball faster, usually means a less arching throw, which can be a bad thing for some receivers in making where only the WR can get it.
 

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