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EA Sports has continued revealing their Madden NFL 17 player ratings today, as they announce the top 10 offensive linemen in the game. More detailed ratings can be seen in the official blog.

Check them out and post your thoughts!
  • Joe Thomas (Overall 97)
  • Tyron Smith (Overall 97)
  • Marshal Yanda (Overall 97)
  • Andrew Whitworth (Overall 93)
  • Zach Martin (Overall 92)
  • Trent Williams (Overall 92)
  • Terron Armstead (Overall 92)
  • Travis Frederick (Overall 91)
  • T.J. Lang (Overall 91)
  • Josh Sitton (Overall 91)
Previously released Madden NFL 17 player ratings:

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Game: Madden NFL 17Reader Score: 8/10 - Vote Now
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# 1 smiley3 @ 07/24/16 12:03 PM



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# 2 manEATgod @ 07/24/16 12:05 PM
Yanda is looking good as always. I'm just hoping the zone run game is more realistic and fun so that running behind him actually means something.
 
# 3 number1thumbs @ 07/24/16 01:19 PM
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Originally Posted by Steve_OS
  • Terran Armstead (Overall 92)
It's Terron Armstead, and he's better than the left tackles ahead of him
 
# 4 TheBleedingRed21 @ 07/24/16 01:37 PM
Oh man.. It's going to be fun to run with Ezikel Elliot behind that dominant offensive line.
 
# 5 J.Cole @ 07/24/16 01:48 PM
Not gonna lie Terron Armstead surprised me. I know he's good but I'm not sure about 92 overall good.
 
# 6 The JareBear @ 07/24/16 02:18 PM
"Games are won and decided in the trenches."

That's how the blog starts. I really hope it is actually the case in this year's game.

List looks good.
 
# 7 cthurt @ 07/24/16 02:23 PM
I knew my Cowboys would represent at this position.
 
# 8 jpdavis82 @ 07/24/16 02:48 PM
Clint worked with Dustin on these




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# 9 jfsolo @ 07/24/16 05:44 PM
I hope that when I play against teams with top lines in CFM l have to work hard to contain the running game instead of being able to keep two safeties high most of the time.
 
# 10 Cowboy008 @ 07/24/16 05:49 PM
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Originally Posted by jfsolo
I hope that when I play against teams with top lines in CFM l have to work hard to contain the running game instead of being able to keep two safeties high most of the time.
I hope so too.
 
# 11 msdm27 @ 07/24/16 07:36 PM
Have to think OVR for Olinemen are jacked up because there are fewer ratings that go into the equation. Seems weird to think that the OVR formula produces any Olinemen "more valuable" or more complete than the game's top QB, RB or WR but I guess u can't do much else when there are only two or three main ratings directly tied to blocking.
 
# 12 raiderphantom @ 07/24/16 09:42 PM
List looks solid to me.
 
# 13 Yazan Gable @ 07/24/16 10:48 PM
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Originally Posted by msdm27
Have to think OVR for Olinemen are jacked up because there are fewer ratings that go into the equation. Seems weird to think that the OVR formula produces any Olinemen "more valuable" or more complete than the game's top QB, RB or WR but I guess u can't do much else when there are only two or three main ratings directly tied to blocking.
What does that even mean. OVRs are relative to players in their position group. Like saying there can't be high 90s kickers just because that would make them "compete in value" with QBs. A kicker's not getting $20M+ no matter how high his OVR is. Decrying the "jacked up" ratings of offensive linemen is the actual weird thing.
 
# 14 Bull_Dozer @ 07/25/16 03:03 AM
I still don't fully understand how Impact Blocking works.

Does it only kick in on open-field blocks? What EXACTLY classifies as an open-field block?
 
# 15 juduking @ 07/25/16 03:12 AM
Don't forget, Clint did say in a tweet that weight plays into their formulas for lineman this year too.
 
# 16 KANE699 @ 07/25/16 10:20 AM
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Originally Posted by Bull_Dozer
I still don't fully understand how Impact Blocking works.

Does it only kick in on open-field blocks? What EXACTLY classifies as an open-field block?
Correct, it is only for open field blocks or blocks that are not right after the ball is snapped.
 
# 17 noplace @ 07/25/16 10:47 AM
It will be interesting to review entire team ratings. Dallas should be very powerful on offense with that OL, RB and Recievers but their defense better suck.
 
# 18 Cj7298419 @ 07/25/16 11:54 AM
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Originally Posted by J.Cole
Not gonna lie Terron Armstead surprised me. I know he's good but I'm not sure about 92 overall good.
Armstead is legit bro. Probably the most athletic o-lineman in today's game.
 
# 19 Find_the_Door @ 07/25/16 07:08 PM
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Originally Posted by noplace
It will be interesting to review entire team ratings. Dallas should be very powerful on offense with that OL, RB and Recievers but their defense better suck.
Really last year the defense "sucked" primarily because the offense was so hamstrung. Defense kept a lot of those games tight.
 

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