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EA Sports has released Madden NFL 16 team ratings for the NFC East today, along with a few more player ratings.

Dallas Cowboys (86 OVR)

Offense
  • Darren McFadden (76 OVR)
  • Tyron Smith (93 OVR)
  • Zack Martin (92 OVR)
  • Travis Frederick (91 OVR)
  • Tony Romo (93 OVR)
  • Dez Bryant (96 OVR)
  • Jason Witten (93 OVR)
Defense
  • Sean Lee (89 OVR)
  • Rolando McClain (86 OVR)
  • Orlando Scandrick (88 OVR)
Philadelphia Eagles (84 OVR)

Offense
  • Sam Bradford (79 OVR)
  • DeMarco Murray (94 OVR)
  • Jason Peters (96 OVR)
  • Lane Johnson (88 OVR)
  • Jason Kelce (87 OVR)
  • Ryan Mathews (84 OVR)
Defense
  • Byron Maxwell (84 OVR)
  • Walter Thurmond (75 OVR)
  • Eric Rowe (72 OVR)
  • Kiko Alonso (87 OVR)
New York Giants (77 OVR)

Offense
  • Eli Manning (87 OVR)
  • Odell Beckham Jr. (94 OVR)
  • Victor Cruz (84 OVR)
  • Ereck Flowers (76 OVR)
  • Rashad Jennings (80 OVR)
  • Shane Vereen (81 OVR)
  • Andre Williams (73 OVR)
Defense
  • Landon Collins (74 OVR)
  • Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (88 OVR)
  • Prince Amakamura (86 OVR)
  • Jason Pierre-Paul (89 OVR)
Washington Redskins (75 OVR)

Offense
  • Robert Griffin III (78 OVR)
  • Kirk Cousins (73 OVR)
  • Colt McCoy (73 OVR)
  • DeSean Jackson (88 OVR)
  • Pierre Garcon (83 OVR)
  • Brandon Scherff (80 OVR)
  • Alfred Morris (84 OVR)
Defense
  • Ryan Kerrigan (90 OVR)
  • Jason Hatcher (87 OVR)
  • Terrance Knighton (88 OVR)
  • Chris Culliver (85 OVR)
  • DeAngelo Hall (77 OVR)
Previously released Madden NFL 16 player ratings:

Game: Madden NFL 16Reader Score: 7/10 - Vote Now
Platform: PS3 / PS4 / Xbox 360 / Xbox OneVotes for game: 23 - View All
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Member Comments
# 1 PhillyPhanatic14 @ 08/07/15 02:48 PM
Eric "Lowe" for the Eagles? C'mon Madden, you gotta at least get their names right.
 
# 2 GiantsFan2013 @ 08/07/15 02:57 PM
Giants fans will appreciate this.. on third downs in Metlife, the 'Hells Bells' bells play when you're on defense. Awesome touch.

Play from 5:50 here- https://youtu.be/vfCIZc81_Sc
 
# 3 DeuceDouglas @ 08/07/15 02:57 PM
A little surprised to see RGIII still a chunk ahead of Cousins and McCoy. Outside of that everything seemed okay. Nothing stood out like Virgil Green yesterday.
 
# 4 iLLWiLL @ 08/07/15 03:36 PM
Cowboys 86, Eagles 84 -- seems fair to me
 
# 5 volstopfan14 @ 08/07/15 04:11 PM
Walter Thurmond has been moved to safety. He's not practicing at corner at all.
 
# 6 noplace @ 08/07/15 05:21 PM
Team overall ratings seem fair.. I think D-Jax is underrated though..
 
# 7 PhillyPhanatic14 @ 08/07/15 07:16 PM
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Originally Posted by noplace
Team overall ratings seem fair.. I think D-Jax is underrated though..
It's probably because they haven't started calculating "Ability to run into practice sleds" as a category yet
 
# 8 WingedLion14 @ 08/07/15 07:25 PM
As a Giants fan...very fair ratings. A lot of potential, especially if you utilize the elite receivers + 3-headed running monster, but one that needs to prove itself.

I think you'll see Flowers and Collins have 83+ OVR by the end of the season

(also - finally some respect for Eli)
 
# 9 iLLWiLL @ 08/07/15 09:11 PM
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Originally Posted by PhillyPhanatic14
It's probably because they haven't started calculating "Ability to run into practice sleds" as a category yet

 
# 10 Gorilla Glass @ 08/07/15 09:45 PM
LMAO!
You Philly fans ain't right..

Wasn't Terrence Knight and Chris Cultivar rated higher last year????
How did they drop?

And why is the fastest receiver who led the league in receptions over 20 yards down to 88?
This stuff makes it difficult to defend the only football game.
 
# 11 Yazan Gable @ 08/07/15 11:02 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Gorilla Glass
LMAO!
You Philly fans ain't right..

Wasn't Terrence Knight and Chris Cultivar rated higher last year????
How did they drop?

And why is the fastest receiver who led the league in receptions over 20 yards down to 88?
This stuff makes it difficult to defend the only football game.
Because he had 912 yards and the distance between him and the 10th place finish in receiving yards (Odell Beckham Jr.) is 393 yards. 88 is pretty damn good considering the people in front of him.
 
# 12 iBlievN5 @ 08/08/15 12:28 AM
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Originally Posted by Yazan Gable
Because he had 912 yards and the distance between him and the 10th place finish in receiving yards (Odell Beckham Jr.) is 393 yards. 88 is pretty damn good considering the people in front of him.
he had almost 1200.
 
# 13 iLLWiLL @ 08/08/15 12:56 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Gorilla Glass
LMAO!
You Philly fans ain't right..

Wasn't Terrence Knight and Chris Cultivar rated higher last year????
How did they drop?

And why is the fastest receiver who led the league in receptions over 20 yards down to 88?
This stuff makes it difficult to defend the only football game.

lol. Just jokes

DJax is a great player, as scary as a threat as he was in midnight green. I question some of Chip's decisions but I understand the rationale behind his moves -- I'm all-in.
 
# 14 TOmuch81 @ 08/08/15 08:25 AM
Tyron Smith at a 93 overall is confusing to me...seems low to me. Sean Lee also seems pretty high for a guy that hasnt played much recently. Oh well, the rest of the East looks pretty spot on to me though.
 
# 15 BreakingBad2013 @ 08/08/15 08:54 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Gorilla Glass
LMAO!
You Philly fans ain't right..

Wasn't Terrence Knight and Chris Cultivar rated higher last year????
How did they drop?

And why is the fastest receiver who led the league in receptions over 20 yards down to 88?
This stuff makes it difficult to defend the only football game.
They joined the Redskins...

Are you talking about DeSean Jackson? He didn't lead the league in receptions over 20 yards, he was tied for 16th in the league...
 
# 16 Gorilla Glass @ 08/08/15 09:28 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by BreakingBad2013
They joined the Redskins...

Are you talking about DeSean Jackson? He didn't lead the league in receptions over 20 yards, he was tied for 16th in the league...
DJax, led the league with a 20.9 yard average and was wide open at will.

It looks amazing in real life too!!
 
# 17 Sheba2011 @ 08/08/15 11:31 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Gorilla Glass
DJax, led the league with a 20.9 yard average and was wide open at will.

It looks amazing in real life too!!
He had an incredible year, he was the only 1000yd WR with less than 60 receptions, next closest were Mike Evans (68) and AJ Green (69). If Washington could find a good QB that offense would be really scary.
 
# 18 Basketball Nate @ 08/08/15 01:34 PM
If Sean Lee get's to be a 89 for missing 2 seasons, then Jairus Byrd better have the same rating just for missing 1.
 
# 19 Gorilla Glass @ 08/08/15 02:15 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Sheba2011
He had an incredible year, he was the only 1000yd WR with less than 60 receptions, next closest were Mike Evans (68) and AJ Green (69). If Washington could find a good QB that offense would be really scary.
No one knows what RG3 can fully do right now. He proved what he is possible of even though he came in the league with a pourous offensive line that benefited from the zone read and a dumpster juice defense.

The offensive line is built for speed and not dropping back. Defensive linemen blew by them up the middle and on the edges.

Then he had to put up with a defense the surrendered points at will.
You can't expect great things from the QB spot under those conditions.

Then people are saying he needs to prove himself this year, even though he has a newly revamped line, offensive line coach and QB coach that need time to gel.

It would be nice if one man could do it all, but you and I both know that the notion is physically impossible and this why the TEAM needs to improve as a unit...
 
# 20 Find_the_Door @ 08/08/15 02:41 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Basketball Nate
If Sean Lee get's to be a 89 for missing 2 seasons, then Jairus Byrd better have the same rating just for missing 1.
Lee only missed one? He missed part of the year prior.
 

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