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Official Madden NFL 21 Roster Update For Week 11 Available, See The Changes Here

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Official Madden NFL 21 Roster Update For Week 11 Available, See The Changes Here

Just in time for the week 11 Thursday Night Football game, featuring the Arizona Cardinals vs. Seattle Seahawks, the official Madden NFL 21 roster update for week 11 is available now.

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

Of note, DeAndre Hopkins has been added to the Madden NFL 21 “99 Club”. He joins Aaron Donald, Christian McCaffrey, Patrick Mahomes, Stephon Gilfmore and Russell Wilson in the “99 Club” as the highest overall rated players in Madden NFL 21. Michael Thomas has dropped out of the “99 Club” and now has a 97 overall rating.

We’ve listed some of the changes below, but you can check out all of the changes in the latest roster update here. As always, let us know your thoughts!

GOING UP:

  • DeAndre Hopkins +1 (Overall 99)
  • Myles Garrett +1 (Overall 98)
  • Jalen Ramsey +1 (Overall 97)
  • T.J. Watt +1 (Overall 93)
  • James Bradberry IV +1 (Overall 87)
  • Jonathan Allen +1 (Overall 87)
  • Terry McLaurin +1 (Overall 87)
  • Brian Burns +1 (Overall 87)
  • Roquan Smith +1 (Overall 86)
  • Anthony Castonzo +1 (Overall 85)
  • Jason Pierre-Paul +2 (Overall 85)
  • JC Jackson +1 (Overall 85)
  • Marvin Jones Jr. +1 (Overall 84)
  • Wyatt Teller +2 (Overall 84)
  • Xavien Howard +1 (Overall 84)
  • Jerry Hughes +1 (Overall 83)
  • Tristan Wirfs +1 (Overall 83)
  • Jimmy Ward +1 (Overall 82)
  • Johnathan Hankins +2 (Overall 82)
  • Leonard Williams +1 (Overall 82)
  • Miles Sanders +1 (Overall 82)
  • Ronald Jones II +1 (Overall 82)
  • Darious Williams +2 (Overall 81)
  • Jason Sanders +1 (Overall 81)
  • Kyler Murray +1 (Overall 81)
  • Rob Havenstein +1 (Overall 81)
  • Ronald Darby +1 (Overall 81)
  • Xavier Rhodes +1 (Overall 81)
  • Cam Newton +1 (Overall 80)

GOING DOWN:

  • Michael Thomas -2 (Overall 97)
  • Bobby Wagner -1 (Overall 96)
  • Aaron Jones -1 (Overall 89)
  • Kendall Fuller -1 (Overall 88)
  • Brandon Graham -1 (Overall 86)
  • Kenny Golladay -1 (Overall 86)
  • Ryan Tannehill -1 (Overall 86)
  • Arik Armstead -1 (Overall 85)
  • K.J. Wright -1 (Overall 83)
  • Patrick Peterson -1 (Overall 83)
  • T.Y. Hilton -1 (Overall 83)
  • A.J. Brown -1 (Overall 82)
  • Desmond Trufant -1 (Overall 82)
  • Damien Williams -1 (Overall 81)
  • Jamie Collins -1 (Overall 81)
  • Jarran Reed -1 (Overall 81)
  • Justin Houston -2 (Overall 81)
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  1. Phillyboi207
    Why is David Irving still not on the Raiders? He literally played last week. Been looking forward to using him in ranked.

    He’s in the free agent list.
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    stooge 1010
    He’s in the free agent list.
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    Right it makes no sense
    Antonio Brown was added to the Bucs before he was officially reinstated. David Irving PLAYED last week and has been with the team for about a month.
    I cant use him online in ranked until they add him to the roster
    Instant C1a55ic
    I'm not one to cry over a certain player to not get upped a little. However to ignore the fact the Garrett Bolles is ranking out as the #2 left tackle in the NFL, and NOT get touched, is astounding.
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    he has improved a lot over last season but at times he holds a lot
    on denver lock needs a drop on awr short and med acc
    Hamilton needs a short route upgrade
    denver front 7 and run defense needs a downgrade arcoss the board ex for A Johnson and jewell
    bryce callien needs a upgrade
    I still do not understand their ideas about handling players who aren't playing. Star Lotuleilei opted out of the season because of COVID concerns. They left his rating untouched for 10 weeks, only to abrupt drop his Awareness. Why?
    It feels like they have to make X changes per team so they throw crap at the wall.
    Honestly this is why I stopped playing Madden - subjective changes week to week even on core physical attributes.
    Someone puts up a statline +++
    Just takes me out of it and makes it feel so arbitrary.
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    jerwoods
    on denver lock needs a drop on awr short and med acc
    Hamilton needs a short route upgrade
    denver front 7 and run defense needs a downgrade arcoss the board ex for A Johnson and jewell
    bryce callien needs a upgrade

    I disagree on adjusting Lock and I'm someone who thinks the world has gone mad for putting so much on Lock for these losses.
    If you want to "adjust" anyone, it should be Pat Shurmur. And everybody says "yeah, the game plan is bad Buuuuuut." No "but." The playcalling has been terrible and has been setting Lock up for failure. Zero running game, continues to try to run the ball from shotgun when he does, 3+ wide receivers constantly.
    Put Lock in more two TE sets, run the ball from that formation. Give Lock more playaction roll outs and stop running the ball so much off the right side.
    Yeah, Lock has had some bad passes but he is CONSTANTLY running for his life. Defenses do not respect the run at all, our offensive line needs help and Shurmur isn't giving it to them. People saying "lol Lock throwing off his back foot again" as defenders are barreling down on him constantly. GEE I wonder why. Because you're asking what is essentially a rookie QB to go out and go through 4 or 5 read progressions? Come on. Give the kid some help.
    Instead, guys like Legwold and the folks at Predominately Orange like to paint Lock as a bust already. I promise everyone in Broncos Country that drafting someone like Justin Fields will be no better at all if the scenario is the same next year.
    Shurmur keeps putting Lock in positions where it's imperative that Lock gets all the pre-snap reads correct. He's a rookie! If he can't do that yet, then why continually ask it? And Fangio's excuse of "well, we're behind so we have to use more 3-wide sets" is BS given that we bail on the run the moment we see a negative gain. Down by 3? Bail on the run!
    You can't continue to ask all of this from a rookie QB like Lock and yet have people say "he's junk, he's a bust, downgrade him etc." I feel like the Broncos, right now, are just as bad for a rookie as the Jets. No running game to help, offensive line can't keep them upright. Rookie QBs are going to come here and we will ruin them just as the Jets ruined Sam Darnold.
    No, Drew Lock doesn't need a downgrade at all.
    Broncos86
    I disagree on adjusting Lock and I'm someone who thinks the world has gone mad for putting so much on Lock for these losses.
    If you want to "adjust" anyone, it should be Pat Shurmur. And everybody says "yeah, the game plan is bad Buuuuuut." No "but." The playcalling has been terrible and has been setting Lock up for failure. Zero running game, continues to try to run the ball from shotgun when he does, 3+ wide receivers constantly.
    Put Lock in more two TE sets, run the ball from that formation. Give Lock more playaction roll outs and stop running the ball so much off the right side.
    Yeah, Lock has had some bad passes but he is CONSTANTLY running for his life. Defenses do not respect the run at all, our offensive line needs help and Shurmur isn't giving it to them. People saying "lol Lock throwing off his back foot again" as defenders are barreling down on him constantly. GEE I wonder why. Because you're asking what is essentially a rookie QB to go out and go through 4 or 5 read progressions? Come on. Give the kid some help.
    Instead, guys like Legwold and the folks at Predominately Orange like to paint Lock as a bust already. I promise everyone in Broncos Country that drafting someone like Justin Fields will be no better at all if the scenario is the same next year.
    Shurmur keeps putting Lock in positions where it's imperative that Lock gets all the pre-snap reads correct. He's a rookie! If he can't do that yet, then why continually ask it? And Fangio's excuse of "well, we're behind so we have to use more 3-wide sets" is BS given that we bail on the run the moment we see a negative gain. Down by 3? Bail on the run!
    You can't continue to ask all of this from a rookie QB like Lock and yet have people say "he's junk, he's a bust, downgrade him etc." I feel like the Broncos, right now, are just as bad for a rookie as the Jets. No running game to help, offensive line can't keep them upright. Rookie QBs are going to come here and we will ruin them just as the Jets ruined Sam Darnold.
    No, Drew Lock doesn't need a downgrade at all.

    i understand your point but he is so up/down as a qb if denver can upgrade at RT and D-Line and get a number 1 type cb they couild be 10-6 next year but he lacks touch on short passes case in point he had a 3rd and 7 a ease throw to a te for a first and threw it way out of bouncd u can convince me for 1 more year but we are wasteing a elite 3 WR for 2021 if we are not careful
    jerwoods
    i understand your point but he is so up/down as a qb if denver can upgrade at RT and D-Line and get a number 1 type cb they couild be 10-6 next year but he lacks touch on short passes case in point he had a 3rd and 7 a ease throw to a te for a first and threw it way out of bouncd u can convince me for 1 more year but we are wasteing a elite 3 WR for 2021 if we are not careful

    Todays game proved my point. They did exactly as I suggested. Heavier packages, more roll outs, less shotgun and spread formations. The result is Lock had protection and time.
    You're criticising a rookie QB who spent 3/4ths of last season on IR, had no true off season, then missed multiple games this year.
    It's idiocy it throw away QBs after less than one year of play time! Especially given the fact he's only just now reaching a point of having HALF a season with the same OC!
    What is this idea that a QB should be NFL ready and the book is written on him so fast? People are willing to ignore SO MUCH just because they want the next Peyton Manning (who also struggled initially).
    If we aren't willing to be patient with a young QB, we will NEVER develop a proper QB because you're never going to have an NFL-ready QB drop in the lap. Andrew Luck, Manning, etc are once in a life time.
    Today's game proved me right in terms of play calling. He is SO young and he needs help developing his game. I think Denver fans are being total idiots for thinking they can call a QB good or bad so quick on a young QB.
    Can you imagine the Bengals saying "welp, he's a bust" about Burrow at week 9 this year? That's what some Denver fans are doing to Lock. Imagine if Rodgers had played immediately, struggled as a rookie, and the Packers thought "welp, waste of a pick."
    I'm not saying Drew Lock IS the answer. But jeez, if we in Denver keep this attitude up we'll be bottom dwellers for a LONG time because we'll never develop a QB. Just tossing rookies away constantly. Thank God the coaching staff knows better.
    Broncos86
    Todays game proved my point. They did exactly as I suggested. Heavier packages, more roll outs, less shotgun and spread formations. The result is Lock had protection and time.
    You're criticising a rookie QB who spent 3/4ths of last season on IR, had no true off season, then missed multiple games this year.
    It's idiocy it throw away QBs after less than one year of play time! Especially given the fact he's only just now reaching a point of having HALF a season with the same OC!
    What is this idea that a QB should be NFL ready and the book is written on him so fast? People are willing to ignore SO MUCH just because they want the next Peyton Manning (who also struggled initially).
    If we aren't willing to be patient with a young QB, we will NEVER develop a proper QB because you're never going to have an NFL-ready QB drop in the lap. Andrew Luck, Manning, etc are once in a life time.
    Today's game proved me right in terms of play calling. He is SO young and he needs help developing his game. I think Denver fans are being total idiots for thinking they can call a QB good or bad so quick on a young QB.
    Can you imagine the Bengals saying "welp, he's a bust" about Burrow at week 9 this year? That's what some Denver fans are doing to Lock. Imagine if Rodgers had played immediately, struggled as a rookie, and the Packers thought "welp, waste of a pick."
    I'm not saying Drew Lock IS the answer. But jeez, if we in Denver keep this attitude up we'll be bottom dwellers for a LONG time because we'll never develop a QB. Just tossing rookies away constantly. Thank God the coaching staff knows better.
    Very well said (both posts) and I am not even a Broncos fan.
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    Very well said (both posts) and I am not even a Broncos fan.
    Its true tho, he makes the same points i have been trying to get across fans on Facebook.
    We as Bronco fans have been spoiled for a long time. We had such a long streak of winning or breaking even seasons, its now expected. All the blame goes to the quarterback, every time. Lock could toss 350-4-0, and if the team lost, someone will say he should have done more.
    The defense has carried this team all year, good or bad. They have far too many times kept this team in the hunt for the win, only to get gassed. Too many 3 and outs in succession, over taxing the defense, and it can only be tolerated for so long.
    Personally, its the play calling. If I can guess the play 60% of the time, then I'm sure the other team can too.
    Give Lock a reasonable chance before calling for his head.
    Sincerely,
    Bronco fan for the last 27 years
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