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EA Sports has released player and team ratings for the entire AFC and NFC North divisions. Click here to see the complete list of player ratings for both divisions.

AFC North
Cincinnati Bengals - Overall 86
Baltimore Ravens - Overall 84
Pittsburgh Steelers - Overall 78
Cleveland Browns - Overall 75

NFC North
Green Bay Packers - Overall 88
Chicago Bears - Overall 84
Detroit Lions - Overall 80
Minnesota Vikings - Overall 76

Previously released Madden NFL 15 player ratings:

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# 1 psychraider32 @ 08/03/14 12:30 PM
Yes when are they gonna release the AFC south ratings?
 
# 2 The JareBear @ 08/03/14 12:45 PM
I anticipate some riots over the team OVR ratings. I don't have a problem with them but we know how this goes.

We know Josh Gordon's rating now, 92
 
# 3 mmorg @ 08/03/14 12:49 PM
They certainly gave Manziel the ability to be an impact player right off the bat. Seems like they underrated Gilbert a bit though.
 
# 4 Indyboy180 @ 08/03/14 01:19 PM
Bridgewater tied with Ponder for a 77 Overall.

Cassel the default starter at 78...

This is going to be tougher than I thought.
 
# 5 NDAlum @ 08/03/14 01:22 PM
Soooo many rookies with low AWR, low OVR and such great attributes.
 
# 6 The JareBear @ 08/03/14 01:40 PM
Lookind the full ratings from each team, I gotta say, I have no idea what the rhyme or reason is behind the speed ratings. It seems like some are just guesses.
 
# 7 ryanh04 @ 08/03/14 01:47 PM
Ryan Shazier has 92 spd and 89 Acc. He's going to cause some havoc when blitzing.
 
# 8 dayornite @ 08/03/14 01:54 PM
Bryan Hoyer is rated way too high among many others.
 
# 9 Underdawg @ 08/03/14 01:55 PM
Why on earth does it show Pittsburgh as having more salary cap space than they do (23.7 vs actual 17.9), yet the Cleveland browns get a whopping 15.2 vs actual 26.4 ???

I play a lot of franchise, and this bothers me.
 
# 10 The JareBear @ 08/03/14 02:01 PM
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Originally Posted by Underdawg
Why on earth does it show Pittsburgh as having more salary cap space than they do (23.7 vs actual 17.9), yet the Cleveland browns get a whopping 15.2 vs actual 26.4 ???

I play a lot of franchise, and this bothers me.
Madden has yet to incorporate real contract structures in the game.
 
# 11 BreakingBad2013 @ 08/03/14 02:07 PM
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Originally Posted by NDAlum
Soooo many rookies with low AWR, low OVR and such great attributes.
Funny that AWR means nothing in Madden, but that's how they make rookies LOOK worse than they actually are. Its a bit of a shortcut huh? Erg!
 
# 12 BFem09 @ 08/03/14 02:13 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by mmorg
They certainly gave Manziel the ability to be an impact player right off the bat. Seems like they underrated Gilbert a bit though.
underrated? I am guessing you meant overrated?

94 SPD/94 ACC/85 MCV/86 ZCV

you expected BETTER than that?
 
# 13 CM Hooe @ 08/03/14 02:22 PM
It appears, based on this spreadsheet, that Pass Block Strength, Pass Block Footwork, Run Block Strength, and Run Block Footwork have been removed from the game. Hmm.
 
# 14 CM Hooe @ 08/03/14 02:22 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by BreakingBad2013
Funny that AWR means nothing in Madden, but that's how they make rookies LOOK worse than they actually are. Its a bit of a shortcut huh? Erg!
Awareness affects intangibles such as the CPU's general ability to control a player, the player's ability to react to an airborne football, a player's ability to react to a fumble, whether a player falls on a football or attempts to scoop-and-score, among other things.

On defense, many of the AWR rating's functions were passed over to the Play Recognition rating when it was first added in Madden 07.
 
# 15 NDAlum @ 08/03/14 02:30 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by BreakingBad2013
Funny that AWR means nothing in Madden, but that's how they make rookies LOOK worse than they actually are. Its a bit of a shortcut huh? Erg!
Just a few examples:

UDFA TE Colt Lyerla (GB) - 68 OVR, 35 AWR, 87 SPD, 91 ACC, 76 CTH
6th rd pick CB Demetri Goodson (GB) - 66 OVR, 43 AWR, 91 SPD, 92 ACC, 83 MCV, 77 ZCV
UDFA TE A.C. Leonard (MIN) - 66 OVR, 36 AWR, 89 SPD, 91 ACC, 75 CTH
7th rd pick LB Brandon Watts (MIN) - 60 OVR, 92 SPD, 91 ACC, 76 TAK, 43 AWR, 68 MCV, 75 ZCV

That's only two teams and four players. Those in online leagues: these are the players you get for cheap, keep for cheap, and they make a big impact.
 
# 16 reyes the roof @ 08/03/14 02:30 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by NDAlum
Soooo many rookies with low AWR, low OVR and such great attributes.
I'm looking at the Bears' roster, and their rookie punter has 92/82 kick power and accuracy but a 53 awareness, so he is a 54 overall. I would like someone to explain to me the difference between a punter with low and high awareness. Does the rookie not know he is supposed to be punting the ball when he is on the field?
 
# 17 reyes the roof @ 08/03/14 02:34 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by CM Hooe
It appears, based on this spreadsheet, that Pass Block Strength, Pass Block Footwork, Run Block Strength, and Run Block Footwork have been removed from the game. Hmm.
I was under the impression they were out last year, but I could be wrong. I'm pretty sure I only remember being able to upgrade pass blocking, run blocking, and impact blocking in CFM
 
# 18 azdawgpound @ 08/03/14 02:35 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by CM Hooe
It appears, based on this spreadsheet, that Pass Block Strength, Pass Block Footwork, Run Block Strength, and Run Block Footwork have been removed from the game. Hmm.


We'll didn't they say they didn't do nothing in the game anyways? why have extra ratings if they don't effect the player in any way.


im likeing what I see with browns rookies west looks like he's gonna be a good rb to use.
 
# 19 friscob @ 08/03/14 02:36 PM
They have Gilbert way too good. 94 speed and acc with 85 man and 86 zone. That 59 AWR is the only thing keeping that OVR south of 80
 
# 20 The JareBear @ 08/03/14 02:38 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by NDAlum
Just a few examples:

UDFA TE Colt Lyerla (GB) - 68 OVR, 35 AWR, 87 SPD, 91 ACC, 76 CTH
6th rd pick CB Demetri Goodson (GB) - 66 OVR, 43 AWR, 91 SPD, 92 ACC, 83 MCV, 77 ZCV
UDFA TE A.C. Leonard (MIN) - 66 OVR, 36 AWR, 89 SPD, 91 ACC, 75 CTH
7th rd pick LB Brandon Watts (MIN) - 60 OVR, 92 SPD, 91 ACC, 76 TAK, 43 AWR, 68 MCV, 75 ZCV

That's only two teams and four players. Those in online leagues: these are the players you get for cheap, keep for cheap, and they make a big impact.
Yeah, those guys are all madden monsters in the making
 

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