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Official Madden NFL 21 Roster Update For Week 2 Available, See The Changes Here

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Official Madden NFL 21 Roster Update For Week 2 Available, See The Changes Here

The official Madden NFL 21 roster update for week 2 is available now. These weekly roster updates include changes to player ratings, based off of week 1 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.

GOING UP:

  • Russell Wilson +1 (Overall 98)
  • Davante Adams +1 (Overall 95)
  • Jamal Adams +1 (Overall 92)
  • Aaron Rodgers +1 (Overall 90)
  • Josh Jacobs +2 (Overall 90)
  • Mark Andrews +2 (Overall 88)
  • Matt Ryan +1 (Overall 88)
  • Andrew Whitworth +1 (Overall 87)
  • Chris Carson +1 (Overall 87)
  • Desmond King II +2 (Overall 87)
  • T.J. Watt +1 (Overall 87)
  • Robby Anderson +1 (Overall 85)
  • Calvin Ridley +1 (Overall 84)
  • John Brown +1 (Overall 83)
  • Jonathan Allen +1 (Overall 83)
  • Ben Roethlisberger +1 (Overall 82)
  • Dallas Goedert +1 (Overall 82)
  • Marcus Maye +1 (Overall 82)
  • Bud Dupree +1 (Overall 81)
  • Chase Young +1 (Overall 81)
  • Leonard Williams +1 (Overall 81)
  • Marquise Brown +1 (Overall 81)
  • Adrian Peterson +2 (Overall 80)
  • Byron Murphy Jr. +1 (Overall 80)
  • Corey Davis +1 (Overall 80)
  • Darius Slayton +1 (Overall 80)
  • Derek Carr +1 (Overall 80)
  • Jesse Bates III +1 (Overall 80)
  • Takkarist McKinley +1 (Overall 80)

GOING DOWN:

  • Zach Martin -1 (Overall 97)
  • Nick Chubb -1 (Overall 91)
  • Rob Gronkowski -1 (Overall 91)
  • Odell Beckham Jr. -1 (Overall 90)
  • Saquon Barkley -1 (Overall 90)
  • Aaron Jones -1 (Overall 89)
  • Joe Mixon -1 (Overall 88)
  • Austin Hooper -2 (Overall 87)
  • Le’Veon Bell -1 (Overall 86)
  • Everson Griffen -2 (Overall 85)
  • D.J. Moore -1 (Overall 84)
  • Mike McGlinchey -1 (Overall 84)
  • Phillip Lindsay -1 (Overall 84)
  • Carson Wentz -1 (Overall 83)
  • Anthony Harris -1 (Overall 83)
  • Jason Peters -1 (Overall 82)
  • Jimmy Ward -1 (Overall 82)
  • Larry Fitzgerald -1 (Overall 82)
  • Leighton Vander Esch -1 (Overall 81)
  • Philip Rivers -1 (Overall 81)
  • Dante Fowler Jr. -1 (Overall 80)
  • Duke Johnson Jr. -1 (Overall 80)
  • Kenny Stills -1 (Overall 80)
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  1. These dudes don't watch the tape lol. Minshew has accuracy of 87, 79, 80 and he missed 1 throw... the whole game. Like the whole entire game.
    Meanwhile you've got Kap sittin over on his couch for 3 years with better accuracy somehow.
    PhillyPhanatic14
    These dudes don't watch the tape lol. Minshew has accuracy of 87, 79, 80 and he missed 1 throw... the whole game. Like the whole entire game.
    Meanwhile you've got Kap sittin over on his couch for 3 years with better accuracy somehow.

    It's a crying shame. Our team always has messed up ratings.
    on denver
    fant needs a boost on catching route running
    Gordon needs carrying down
    the rookie CB from iowa needs a boost
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    J Casey needs power moves fissre moves lower
    Taysom Hill has a stamina rating of 87 but Jameis Winston has a stamina rating of 90 and Tom Brady has a stamina rating of 99. Taysom Hill has more stamina than just about any quarterback in real life. That man plays receiver, returner, and quarterback. Whoever is making the stamina ratings needs new glasses because your stamina ratings are messed up.
    Do you throw darts to determine the stamina ratings? If they all ran on a treadmill I can tell you right now "madden ratings expert" Taysom Hill is gonna be on that treadmill a lot longer than Winston or Brady. Some of these stamina ratings are the result of someone that is obviously picking numbers out of a hat or throwing darts at a dartboard. :lolabove:
    And a player's True Speed Rating is their speed in a helmet and football pads minus the negative effects I listed below. Their "true football speed" is slower than their 40 combine speed and speed without a helmet and pads on. Their madden speed rating is a theoretical 40 combine speed rating. Their true football speed is their top speed Minus the negative affects of a lack of confidence (being nervous in front of a crowd and tv cameras) minus the negative effects of hesitation, the deer in headlights reaction and indecision has, minus the negative effect of having anything less than perfect ball carrier vision, minus the effect of carrying a football, minus the effects of having bad football awareness. Anyone that carries a football will run at a slower speed than someone that is not carrying a football assuming they have the same speed.
    Madden's speed ratings are off. I played football so I know. When I played football they put track guys on a football field. These track runners had faster "track speed" but also had slower "true football speed." So the track runners all got burned on the football field by football players that could not outrun them on a track but could outrun them on a football field. I still remember them laughing at me (a football player) in the beginning because they thought their track speed would supposedly transfer to the football field. Us football players got the last laugh because we burned them on the football field.
    Football players top speed is negatively affected by less than perfect awareness, confidence, decision making, motivation, the weight of a helmet and pads, carrying a football, and even personality, arrogance. It's the human elements that affect speed. Point is stop using the 40 combine times as a guide. Watch game film of every player to determine their True Speed ratings. Ignore the flashy 40 times that requires zero decision making, and football awareness. If I know this than you should've to. :bil:
    PhillyPhanatic14
    These dudes don't watch the tape lol. Minshew has accuracy of 87, 79, 80 and he missed 1 throw... the whole game. Like the whole entire game.
    Meanwhile you've got Kap sittin over on his couch for 3 years with better accuracy somehow.

    Minshew has been criminally underrated for a long time actually. But why bring Kap's rating into it? This is the typical "put down the other so the mine looks better"
    And no, he hasn't been "sitting on a couch" for 3 years. He has kept his body in shape and has worked out most days a week since the NFL blackballing
    segarr
    Minshew has been criminally underrated for a long time actually. But why bring Kap's rating into it? This is the typical "put down the other so the mine looks better"
    And no, he hasn't been "sitting on a couch" for 3 years. He has kept his body in shape and has worked out most days a week since the NFL blackballing

    I think he’s bringing kap into it because minshew is consistently producing and kap hasn’t played a single snap in over 3 seasons.
    I don’t know where you’re getting at here but it’s a legitimate argument minshew should be rated higher than Kaepernick.
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    Rmiok222
    I think he’s bringing kap into it because minshew is consistently producing and kap hasn’t played a single snap in over 3 seasons.
    I don’t know where you’re getting at here but it’s a legitimate argument minshew should be rated higher than Kaepernick.
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    The guy literally said he might refund the game just because Kapernick was added. I was about to give a more in-depth reply but when I'm dealing with a mindset like that I know there's no point in doing so
    sniperhare
    It's a crying shame. Our team always has messed up ratings.

    PhillyPhanatic14
    These dudes don't watch the tape lol. Minshew has accuracy of 87, 79, 80 and he missed 1 throw... the whole game. Like the whole entire game.
    Meanwhile you've got Kap sittin over on his couch for 3 years with better accuracy somehow.

    Comparing Kaepernick's rating to anyone is foolish. He's not there for any other reason than as a marketing gimmick. There were probably stipulations in him signing that required higher ratings than he deserved.
    As for Minshew, by the end of the year he will be rating very highly. Madden tends to improve ratings incrementally during the year.
    NBAJamChampion
    And a player's True Speed Rating is their speed in a helmet and football pads minus the negative effects I listed below. Their "true football speed" is slower than their 40 combine speed and speed without a helmet and pads on. Their madden speed rating is a theoretical 40 combine speed rating. Their true football speed is their top speed Minus the negative affects of a lack of confidence (being nervous in front of a crowd and tv cameras) minus the negative effects of hesitation, the deer in headlights reaction and indecision has, minus the negative effect of having anything less than perfect ball carrier vision, minus the effect of carrying a football, minus the effects of having bad football awareness. Anyone that carries a football will run at a slower speed than someone that is not carrying a football assuming they have the same speed.
    Madden's speed ratings are off. I played football so I know. When I played football they put track guys on a football field. These track runners had faster "track speed" but also had slower "true football speed." So the track runners all got burned on the football field by football players that could not outrun them on a track but could outrun them on a football field. I still remember them laughing at me (a football player) in the beginning because they thought their track speed would supposedly transfer to the football field. Us football players got the last laugh because we burned them on the football field.
    Football players top speed is negatively affected by less than perfect awareness, confidence, decision making, motivation, the weight of a helmet and pads, carrying a football, and even personality, arrogance. It's the human elements that affect speed. Point is stop using the 40 combine times as a guide. Watch game film of every player to determine their True Speed ratings. Ignore the flashy 40 times that requires zero decision making, and football awareness. If I know this than you should've to. :bil:

    This is true. That's why I'm glad they rated Brandon Aiyuk's speed a bit higher than his 40 time might have deserved. But I think they did it because he had a recent core injury, not because they differentiate between track speed and football speed.
    Additional things that slow track speed down on the football field: knowledge of playbook and/or assignment; capability of reading defense or offense (WRs on occasion must read a small part of the field; pattern recognition is important for people in the secondary... even on high school level it plays into it, because I played safety in high school and early moments in routes dynamically affected our coverage); general field vision; minor, unreported injuries; and probably many other things.

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