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Official Madden NFL 20 Roster Update For Week 17 Available, See The Changes Here

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Official Madden NFL 20 Roster Update For Week 17 Available, See The Changes Here

Just ahead of the upcoming games, the official Madden NFL 20 roster update for week 17 is available now. Of note, Marshawn Lynch has been added to the Seattle Seahawks and has an overall 87 rating.

These weekly roster updates include changes to player ratings, based off of the previous week’s results, updated depth charts and injuries for all 32 teams. As always, player likeness updates only arrive in title updates, not roster updates.

You can check all of the changes here. We’ve listed some of the changes below. Make sure to check out our official Madden roster FAQ, which answers many of the questions you may have.

GOING UP:

  • Michael Thomas +1 (Overall 99)
  • Lamar Jackson +1 (Overall 93)
  • Keenan Allen +1 (Overall 92)
  • Chandler Jones +2 (Overall 89)
  • Ronnie Stanley +1 (Overall 89)
  • Za’Darius Smith +2 (Overall 88)
  • Phillip Lindsay +1 (Overall 85)
  • Mark Andrews +1 (Overall 84)
  • Arik Armstead +1 (Overall 84)
  • Budda Baker +1 (Overall 83)
  • Robert Quinn +1 (Overall 83)
  • Carson Wentz +1 (Overall 83)
  • Tyler Higbee +1 (Overall 82)
  • Dante Fowler Jr. +1 (Overall 81)
  • JC Jackson +1 (Overall 81)
  • Ed Oliver +1 (Overall 81)
  • Pierre Desir +1 (Overall 80)
  • Kenyan Drake +1 (Overall 80)
  • Jason Pierre-Paul +1 (Overall 80)
  • Bradley Roby +1 (Overall 80)

GOING DOWN:

  • DeAndre Hopkins -1 (Overall 98)
  • Drew Brees -3 (Overall 96)He was an overall rated 99 last week, in celebration of breaking the career passing TD record
  • Trent Williams -1 (Overall 92)
  • Amari Cooper -1 (Overall 91)
  • Aaron Rodgers -1 (Overall 89)
  • Joe Staley -1 (Overall 88)
  • Jared Cook -1 (Overall 87)
  • Telvin Smith -1 (Overall 87)
  • Delanie Walker -1 (Overall 86)
  • Melvin Gordon III -1 (Overall 84)
  • Philip Rivers -1 (Overall 84)
  • Jack Doyle -1 (Overall 83)
  • Kirk Cousins -1 (Overall 82)
  • William Jackson III -1 (Overall 82)
  • O.J. Howard -1 (Overall 81)
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  1. Putting nothing in his career stats is just flat out unacceptable, especially at this day in age. Complete laziness. Not sure what's up with that.
    daniel jones 70 really:confused:
    Jones became the first rookie with 300 passing yards, five touchdown passes, and no interceptions in a single game in NFL history.
    Jones became the third quarterback with three games of four or more touchdown passes in his rookie season. Jones joined Hall of Famer Fran Tarkenton and Deshaun Watson.
    Jones is the first rookie to have four games of 300 yards and 4 total TDs
    In Comparison vs Eli
    Eli’s first 300 yard game came in wk 3 of season 2 and his first 4 TD game in week 4 of year 2.
    Eli’s first 300 yard and 4 TD game was in week 1 of year 4.
    To illustrate how hard it is to have 300 yard 4 TD games, Eli didn’t achieve his 2nd one until week 7 of his 7th season.
    He has 5 in his entire career and has never posted multiple 300 yd And 4 TD games in 1 season.
    Eli has 1 350 yd 5 TD or more game in his career (6 TDs 0 INTs vs Saints in his 11th season)
    BTW- I’m not comparing to Eli as a means to knock Eli but instead to illustrate that most of us, including myself, believe Eli Manning has posted a Hall of Fame career and Jones is posting these numbers in his rookie year.
    Jones is averaging 250 yds per game and 2.2 TD per game and 1 INT per game.
    If he played a full 16 game season that works out to 4000 yds 33 TD and 16 INT (plus the 2 TD rushing)
    That by any stretch is an amazing rookie year.
    Peyton had 3738 yds 26 TD and 28 INT
    Marino 2270 yds 20 TD and 6 INT (equivalent of 3216 29 TD 8 INT)
    Luck 4374 yds 23 TD 18 INT
    Wilson 3118 yds 26 TD 10 INT (450 rush and 4 TD)
    Ben 2621 yds 17 TD 11 INY ( equivalent 3231 yds 21 TD 14 INT)
    These are considered some of the best rookie QB seasons ever.
    I think it’s very important to put what Jones has done in context and against other rookie QBs.
    The future looks very bright knowing we have our next QB
    gmen1088
    daniel jones 70 really:confused:
    Jones became the first rookie with 300 passing yards, five touchdown passes, and no interceptions in a single game in NFL history.
    Jones became the third quarterback with three games of four or more touchdown passes in his rookie season. Jones joined Hall of Famer Fran Tarkenton and Deshaun Watson.
    Jones is the first rookie to have four games of 300 yards and 4 total TDs
    In Comparison vs Eli
    Eli’s first 300 yard game came in wk 3 of season 2 and his first 4 TD game in week 4 of year 2.
    Eli’s first 300 yard and 4 TD game was in week 1 of year 4.
    To illustrate how hard it is to have 300 yard 4 TD games, Eli didn’t achieve his 2nd one until week 7 of his 7th season.
    He has 5 in his entire career and has never posted multiple 300 yd And 4 TD games in 1 season.
    Eli has 1 350 yd 5 TD or more game in his career (6 TDs 0 INTs vs Saints in his 11th season)
    BTW- I’m not comparing to Eli as a means to knock Eli but instead to illustrate that most of us, including myself, believe Eli Manning has posted a Hall of Fame career and Jones is posting these numbers in his rookie year.
    Jones is averaging 250 yds per game and 2.2 TD per game and 1 INT per game.
    If he played a full 16 game season that works out to 4000 yds 33 TD and 16 INT (plus the 2 TD rushing)
    That by any stretch is an amazing rookie year.
    Peyton had 3738 yds 26 TD and 28 INT
    Marino 2270 yds 20 TD and 6 INT (equivalent of 3216 29 TD 8 INT)
    Luck 4374 yds 23 TD 18 INT
    Wilson 3118 yds 26 TD 10 INT (450 rush and 4 TD)
    Ben 2621 yds 17 TD 11 INY ( equivalent 3231 yds 21 TD 14 INT)
    These are considered some of the best rookie QB seasons ever.
    I think it’s very important to put what Jones has done in context and against other rookie QBs.
    The future looks very bright knowing we have our next QB

    Derek Carr was 348/599 58.1% 3,270 yds 21 TD 12 ints with no talent in his rookie year.
    Jones shouldn’t be that high.
    threattonature
    How is Chandler Jones not in the 90s?* He's on the short list of DPOY candidates and just had 19.5 sacks.* That's ridiculous.

    the ratings guy goes by whoever gets media exposure.
    pretty much why the cowboys are the most talented team every year even though its been decades since they have done anything worth mentioning.
    tru11
    the ratings guy goes by whoever gets media exposure.
    pretty much why the cowboys are the most talented team every year even though its been decades since they have done anything worth mentioning.

    The ratings guy is actually a member on here but its easier to see his explanations on Twitter.
    tru11
    the ratings guy goes by whoever gets media exposure.
    pretty much why the cowboys are the most talented team every year even though its been decades since they have done anything worth mentioning.

    Yup. The fact that Zadarius Smith has barely gone up the entire season is a joke. He deserves DPoY recognition.
    loccdogg26
    The ratings guy is actually a member on here but its easier to see his explanations on Twitter.

    i know he is.
    i remember him lecturing me on how the cowboys where better in everything compared to the ravens based purely on the media suggesting that.
    guess he proved me right.
    gmen1088
    daniel jones 70 really:confused:
    Jones became the first rookie with 300 passing yards, five touchdown passes, and no interceptions in a single game in NFL history.
    Jones became the third quarterback with three games of four or more touchdown passes in his rookie season. Jones joined Hall of Famer Fran Tarkenton and Deshaun Watson.
    Jones is the first rookie to have four games of 300 yards and 4 total TDs
    In Comparison vs Eli
    Eli’s first 300 yard game came in wk 3 of season 2 and his first 4 TD game in week 4 of year 2.
    Eli’s first 300 yard and 4 TD game was in week 1 of year 4.
    To illustrate how hard it is to have 300 yard 4 TD games, Eli didn’t achieve his 2nd one until week 7 of his 7th season.
    He has 5 in his entire career and has never posted multiple 300 yd And 4 TD games in 1 season.
    Eli has 1 350 yd 5 TD or more game in his career (6 TDs 0 INTs vs Saints in his 11th season)
    BTW- I’m not comparing to Eli as a means to knock Eli but instead to illustrate that most of us, including myself, believe Eli Manning has posted a Hall of Fame career and Jones is posting these numbers in his rookie year.
    Jones is averaging 250 yds per game and 2.2 TD per game and 1 INT per game.
    If he played a full 16 game season that works out to 4000 yds 33 TD and 16 INT (plus the 2 TD rushing)
    That by any stretch is an amazing rookie year.
    Peyton had 3738 yds 26 TD and 28 INT
    Marino 2270 yds 20 TD and 6 INT (equivalent of 3216 29 TD 8 INT)
    Luck 4374 yds 23 TD 18 INT
    Wilson 3118 yds 26 TD 10 INT (450 rush and 4 TD)
    Ben 2621 yds 17 TD 11 INY ( equivalent 3231 yds 21 TD 14 INT)
    These are considered some of the best rookie QB seasons ever.
    I think it’s very important to put what Jones has done in context and against other rookie QBs.
    The future looks very bright knowing we have our next QB

    Those 3 good games came against the worst defenses in the NFL. His stats the rest of the games are trash. That’s not to mention he had 23 turnovers in 12 games. That is horrible. Minshew is a 69 and Jones shouldn’t be any higher than him. Minshew had more yards, the higher QB rating, and less than half the turnovers.
    prey2god
    Putting nothing in his career stats is just flat out unacceptable, especially at this day in age. Complete laziness. Not sure what's up with that.

    Pretty much say that about franchise mode itself

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