EA Sports has not but officially released player ratings for all 32 NFL teams in their latest version of Madden, but inside a globe of hacks and leaks, it ought to come as no real surprise they’ve found Madden coins their way on the internet early.
Madden-School.com released the ratings on a team-by-team basis, and for the New York Giants, it was wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. who led the way.
Beckham was given an general rating of 93 (plus a speed rating of 94), although safety Landon Collins followed that up with an overall rating of 92.
Defensive tackle Damon Harrison, and cornerbacks Janoris Jenkins and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie had been just shy of ratings inside the 90s, every checking in with an 89.
Guard Justin Pugh and center Weston Richburg have been the highest-rated offensive linemen at 86, when Shane Vereen was the highest-rated running back at 82.
Quarterback Eli Manning received a rating of only 80, but had an awareness rating of 87 in addition to a throwing energy rating of 90.
Other notable ratings such as operating back Paul Perkins (77), left tackle Ereck Flowers (71), kicker Aldrick Rosas (71), ideal tackle Bobby Hart (70), safety Darian Thompson (69) and linebacker B.J. Goodson (65).buy now
The Giants’ lowest-rated player was long-snapper Zak DeOssie, who is oddly listed as a tight end with a rating of only 55.