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Madden NFL 21 Player Ratings - Rookie Quarterbacks

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Madden NFL 21 Player Ratings - Rookie Quarterbacks

EA has kicked off their Madden NFL 21 player ratings reveal today, starting with rookie quarterbacks. The top 5 rookie quarterbacks are as follows:

  • Joe Burrow (Overall 76)
  • Tua Tagovailoa (Overall 73)
  • Jordan Love (Overall 71)
  • Justin Herbert (Overall 70)
  • Jalen Hurts (Overall 68)

With the assistance from Hall of Famer, Steve Young, here are some player reactions to some of those ratings.

You can view all of the Madden NFL 21 rookie quarterback ratings at the official Madden ratings website.

The top Madden NFL 21 rookie wide receiver player ratings will be revealed tomorrow.

The Madden NFL 21 ratings will continue on ESPN, with Madden’s 99 Club and additional player/team ratings throughout ESPN broadcasts next week, including Get Up!, SportsCenter, First Take, and NFL Live. From June 13 to June 17, each day will reveal more than the next, ending the week with a Madden Ratings Primetime Special and the Madden NFL Ratings Hub flipping live.

Madden NFL 21 launches on August 28, or 3 days earlier by pre-ordering the MVP Edition. EA SPORTS also offers Dual Entitlement, creating ways for players who purchase either an Xbox Series X or PlayStation 5 to upgrade their copy of Madden NFL 21 from prior generation Xbox One or PlayStation 4 platforms, at no additional cost.

This offer will be in place all the way through the Madden NFL 21 season, up to the release of Madden NFL 22, so players can upgrade whenever they first purchase their new console within that period. Of note, physical discs cannot currently be used to upgrade to discless consoles.

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  1. Can't even give us the overall rating for more than one of these guys? Not trying to pile it on... but come on. No one cares what a rookie QB's tackle rating is. :zzz:
    If the QB evaluation logic is the same in M21 for CPU teams(I have to assume it is), only Burrow and maybe Tua will ever become starters in Franchise mode. Every other QB will be drafted over as soon as the next year.
    The good thing is that I can get ahead of things at the beginning of my Franchise this year and edit players players at every position for the CPU teams ameliorating their drafting and FA issues before I get several seasons in and realize that most of the CPU teams are roster disasters.
    Dblock1111
    Im guessing Friday the 17th
    Hmm however ratings will be revealed all week next week seen on ESPN that Ratings Reveal is from July 13th tru 17th! Makes me wonder how there doing it the entire week?
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    Not gonna lie.... I'm 100% finding a way out of the Carson Wentz contract and rolling with Hurts. Dude is insanely fast, decently accurate, and looks like a lot of fun to develop.
    just so u know
    John Wolford QB -LA Rams and Jake Browning QB - Minn are not Rookies they have been on and off the practice Squad for 2 years Eason and Fromm are too low they were both pjod Late 1ST to mid 3rd round picks in march and both should go up 4 pts Herbert and Love rating should be fipped hurts should go down 3 pts Nate Stanley was a pjod 6th -7th round guy he should go up 5 pts perkins uva up 4 pts can do a littie of everything
    lewerke shouild go down 3 pts was a 50% comp guy in college tua should be a 76 as well other than INJ is just as good as burrow
    jerwoods
    just so u know
    John Wolford QB -LA Rams and Jake Browning QB - Minn are not Rookies they have been on and off the practice Squad for 2 years

    Jordan Ta'amu also shouldn't be a Rookie as he was with the Texans for the 2019 Training Camp but I don't know if that qualifies him as no longer a rookie or not.
    Cory Levy
    Jordan Ta'amu also shouldn't be a Rookie as he was with the Texans for the 2019 Training Camp but I don't know if that qualifies him as no longer a rookie or not.

    A player has to earn a credited year of league service, as defined by the collective bargaining agreement, to not be considered a rookie. Years of service is a major determining factor in post-career benefits such as league-provided pension plans, so it is pretty clearly defined by the CBA.
    For example, Jordan Ta’amu has never appeared in an NFL regular season game (and more importantly never appeared on a team’s 53-man roster for three regular season games, which I think is the official threshold?), so he never earned a year of league service and as such the NFL still considers him a rookie.
    Someone correct me if I’m wrong on the specifics of any of the above, but I think I’m at least close to right.
    CM Hooe
    A player has to earn a credited year of league service, as defined by the collective bargaining agreement, to not be considered a rookie. Years of service is a major determining factor in post-career benefits such as league-provided pension plans, so it is pretty clearly defined by the CBA.
    For example, Jordan Ta’amu has never appeared in an NFL regular season game (and more importantly never appeared on a team’s 53-man roster for three regular season games, which I think is the official threshold?), so he never earned a year of league service and as such the NFL still considers him a rookie.
    Someone correct me if I’m wrong on the specifics of any of the above, but I think I’m at least close to right.

    perkns rating is too low he took your school to the orgen bowl
    CM Hooe
    A player has to earn a credited year of league service, as defined by the collective bargaining agreement, to not be considered a rookie. Years of service is a major determining factor in post-career benefits such as league-provided pension plans, so it is pretty clearly defined by the CBA.
    For example, Jordan Ta’amu has never appeared in an NFL regular season game (and more importantly never appeared on a team’s 53-man roster for three regular season games, which I think is the official threshold?), so he never earned a year of league service and as such the NFL still considers him a rookie.
    Someone correct me if I’m wrong on the specifics of any of the above, but I think I’m at least close to right.

    Very, very close. There are rookies and first-year players.
    From the 2019 NFL Record & Fact Book:
    The term NFL Rookie is defined as a player who is in his first season of professional football and has not been on the roster of another professional football team for any regular-season or postseason game. A Rookie is designated by an "R" on NFL rosters. Players who have been active in another professional football league or players who have NFL experience, including either preseason training camp or being on an Active List or Inactive List, or on Reserve/Injured or Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform for fewer than six regular-season games, are termed NFL First-Year Players. An NFL First-Year Player is designated by a "1" on NFL rosters. Thereafter, a player is credited with an additional year of experience for each season in which he accumulates six games on the Active List or Inactive List, or on Reserve/Injured or Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform.

    So Wofford, Browning, and Ta'amu would be considered "First-Year Players," and still have a "1" next to their NFL years of experience.
    Burrow, Tua, Love and Herbert are all rated over Minshew. Hurts is only 1 point lower.
    Minshew had better stats than Murray last year.
    They always give the Jags garbage ratings.
    sniperhare
    Burrow, Tua, Love and Herbert are all rated over Minshew. Hurts is only 1 point lower.
    Minshew had better stats than Murray last year.
    They always give the Jags garbage ratings.

    I mean, they havent dropped the ratings for everyone else yet so theres still hope. But if hes still that low itll be absurd.
    sniperhare
    Burrow, Tua, Love and Herbert are all rated over Minshew. Hurts is only 1 point lower.
    Minshew had better stats than Murray last year.
    They always give the Jags garbage ratings.
    While I for example like Gardner Minshew, and root for him, both Tua and Burrow, and probably Herbert, are all better QBs than Minshew at this point. Minshew might well be a one-year wonder, and even if not, I don't exactly think we're seeing a new Tom Brady here, either. I would not mind being proven wrong sooner rather than later, though.
    Executor
    While I for example like Gardner Minshew, and root for him, both Tua and Burrow, and probably Herbert, are all better QBs than Minshew at this point. Minshew might well be a one-year wonder, and even if not, I don't exactly think we're seeing a new Tom Brady here, either. I would not mind being proven wrong sooner rather than later, though.

    Hard being better without having thrown a single pass in an NFL game yet.
    Can we just wait till they have actually played a game first before crowning them being better.
    Higher potential sure.
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