Ravens Madden 15 Ratings
EA Sports released the initial player ratings for Madden ’15, and they’re not all that surprising.
Justin Tucker comes in as the highest ranked player at a 93 overall, followed by Ngata and Yanda at 92, then Lardarius Webb at a 90.
The biggest discrepancy is Jimmy Smith. He has a rating of ONLY 82! As a Ravens fan that’s played a lot of Madden, that is absurdly low considering his season last year.
To put that in perspective, that’s only 5 points higher than Cleveland Browns ROOKIE, Justin Gilbert.
See the full list of Ravens player ratings.
VIDEO: Ravens Have Big Problems With Madden Ratings
It turns out that I’m not the only one that has an issue with Madden’s ratings.
Professional athletes are often upset with their ratings on video games. Ravens players are no exception. Check out this funny video of a few Ravens getting interviewed about their rankings in Madden. LINK
Listed as starter, NT Williams wants to stay there
Clifton Brown of CSN-Baltimore discusses Brandon Williams and his current position in the depth chart. Its safe to say Williams wants to stay where he is. LINK
How Does Bernard Pierce Fit in the ZBS?
Daniel Bryden, of the Ravens All-22 blog, wrote an in-depth article about Bernard Pierce’s fit in the zone blocking system. Check it out here.
What is the 4-3 Under and How Do the Ravens Use It?
We often hear that the Ravens run a hybrid front, but what exactly does that mean? Ravens All-22 blog writer Daniel Bryden explains here.
Tramain Jacobs, Training Camp Super Sleeper
Brett Foote of The Ebony Bird explains how Tramain Jacobs, a rookie UDFA out of Texas A&M, has quietly had a very good camp. LINK