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Its Madden....its a GAME.......get over it...

Hey Football is just a game that we watch ;)

That one matters. The other...not so much. ;)

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Its Madden....its a GAME.......get over it...

Hey Football is just a game that we watch ;)

That one matters. The other...not so much. ;)

Doesn't mean people don't enjoy it and on madden I know I can get a winning season bwhaha.

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Its Madden....its a GAME.......get over it...

Hey Football is just a game that we watch ;)

That one matters. The other...not so much. ;)

Doesn't mean people don't enjoy it and on madden I know I can get a winning season bwhaha.

Agreed. lol

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I'm fine with it, they sucked last year.. It makes it harder for me online and really gives me something to talk crap about.. I can't wait to start destroying people online with the third worst team... haha. They can't handle my s**t talking.. This is gonna be great!

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Some single player stats

Quarterback

(Name, Team)

1 Peyton Manning — Indianapolis

2 Tom Brady — New England

3 Drew Brees — New Orleans

4 Kurt Warner — Arizona

5 Ben Roethlisberger — Pittsburgh

6 Donovan McNabb — Philadelphia

7 Tony Romo — Dallas

8 Philip Rivers — San Diego

9 Jay Cutler — Chicago

10 Eli Manning - New York

no stats but order i'm guessing >_< Cutler? romo? >_<

Wide Receiver

(Name, Team, Overall Rating)

1 Larry Fitzgerald — Arizona — 99

2 Andre Johnson — Houston — 98

3 Steve Smith — Carolina — 97

4 Randy Moss — New England — 96

5 Reggie Wayne — Indianapolis — 95

6 Anquan Boldin — Arizona — 94

7 Roddy White — Atlanta — 94

8 Wes Welker — New England — 93

9 Brandon Marshall — Denver — 92

10 Calvin Johnson — Detroit — 92

Figure chad would fall but damn at the top 10...

Tight End

(Name, Team, Overall Rating)

1 Tony Gonzalez — Atlanta — 98

2 Jason Witten — Dallas — 97

3 Antonio Gates — San Diego — 95

4 Chris Cooley — Washington — 91

Dallas Clark — Indianapolis — 91

6 Kellen Winslow — Tampa Bay — 90

Heath Miller — Pittsburgh — 90

8 Owen Daniels — Houston — 89

9 John Carlson — Seattle — 87

10 Jeremy Shockey — New Orleans — 86

Running Back

(Name, Team, Overall Rating)

1 Adrian Peterson — Minnesota — 98

2 Brian Westbrook — Philadelphia — 97

3 Michael Turner — Atlanta — 95

DeAngelo Williams — Carolina — 95

5 Clinton Portis — Washington — 94

LaDanian Tomlinson — San Diego — 94

7 Steven Jackson — St. Louis — 93

Frank Gore — San Francisco — 93

9 Maurice Jones-Drew — Jacksonville — 92

10 Marion Barber — Dallas — 91

Defenders

(Name, Team, Position, Overall Rating)

1 Albert Haynesworth — Washington — DT — 99

Ed Reed — Baltimore — FS — 99

Troy Polamalu — Pittsburgh — SS — 99

Nnamdi Asomugha — Oakland — CB — 99

Jared Allen — Minnesota — DE — 99

6 James Harrison — Pittsburgh — OLB - 98

Justin Tuck — New York Giants — DE — 98

DeMarcus Ware — Dallas — OLB — 98

Adrian Wilson — Arizona — SS — 98

Patrick Willis — San Francisco — MLB — 98

Shakers

DeAngelo Hall — Washington CB

Madden NFL 09 Overall Rating: 93

Madden NFL 10 Overall Rating: 68

Difference: -25

Matt Leinart — Arizona QB

Madden NFL 09 Overall Rating: 85

Madden NFL 10 Overall Rating: 62

Difference: -23

Devin Thomas–Washington WR

Madden NFL 09 Overall Rating: 81

Madden NFL 10 Overall Rating: 63

Difference: -18

Torrey Holt — Jacksonville WR

Madden NFL 09 Overall Rating: 96

Madden NFL 10 Overall Rating: 84

Difference: -12

Fred Smoot — Washington CB

Madden NFL 09 Overall Rating: 87

Madden NFL 10 Overall Rating: 76

Difference: -11

Finally, take a look at the players who improved most from the previous Madden game. You’ll notice more than one rookie on this list:

Atleast we didn't have that bad of freefalls.

Me

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Ya I feel kinda bad like guy should be lower but damn lol... I'd say atleast high 70-80 lol... could be a typo though

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Its Madden....its a GAME.......get over it...

Hey Football is just a game that we watch ;)

That one matters. The other...not so much. ;)

Yeah... NFL games matter. But mostly only to people on the field and some share holders. The rest of us are merely being entertained.

In essence, the difference between real football and Madden is that one is living vicariously through a meaningless game, while the other is living vacariously through a meaningless fictional game.

For the consumer being entertained... neither really matter. That said, I'll probably buy Madden, play it casually, and never really even consider complaining about the ratings. Because the fictional version of the NFL does seem far less satisfying than the version I play no part in. Strange when you put it that way.

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Its Madden....its a GAME.......get over it...

Hey Football is just a game that we watch wink.gif

That one matters. The other...not so much. wink.gif

Yeah... NFL games matter. But mostly only to people on the field and some share holders. The rest of us are merely being entertained.

In essence, the difference between real football and Madden is that one is living vicariously through a meaningless game, while the other is living vacariously through a meaningless fictional game.

For the consumer being entertained... neither really matter. That said, I'll probably buy Madden, play it casually, and never really even consider complaining about the ratings. Because the fictional version of the NFL does seem far less satisfying than the version I play no part in. Strange when you put it that way.

That's deep Derek...

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Just got the excellent news today, and with a quick count, cincy has the LEAST number of players rated over 80 overall. CIN has 6 players rated over 80, including shane graham. CLE has 9, KC has 9, STL has 13, even DET has 7. Correct me if I'm wrong, but didn't the bengals have a better record than all of these teams? So CIN stunk last year, those other teams stunk worse! More big market bs from the folks at ea sports

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i think 67 is too low but one thing btoher me is dolphins with 77 while pats with 93, dolphins is the one who enter playoff not pats

If you are a dolphins fan you better enjoy that winning record last year because it isn't going to happen again. They played a RIDICULOUSLY easy schedule and they caught everyone off guard with the wildcat offense! They will be a 7-9 team this year if they are lucky.

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i think 67 is too low but one thing btoher me is dolphins with 77 while pats with 93, dolphins is the one who enter playoff not pats

If you are a dolphins fan you better enjoy that winning record last year because it isn't going to happen again. They played a RIDICULOUSLY easy schedule and they caught everyone off guard with the wildcat offense! They will be a 7-9 team this year if they are lucky.

Brady gives + 16 Points by himself.

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Cook High 65-70?

Livings 65-70?

Whitworth 70?+

Bobbie williams high 70?

Andre I think was what 78?

Defense

Geathers 68-72? odom same?

Peko(hopefully he get's some love but I could see them putting him as high 70 even though he had a great year last year....)

Sims,Tank?70-75? at best...

i would think our DEs would get a bit more. but otherwise, about right yeah. now explain how we arrive at 67 average with that - the average form those nine is a (conservative) 72. our QB is 85-90, our RB certainly over 72, our two WRs as well. TE prolly around 70, FB as well. on D, our three LBs should certainly be around 70 at least. our two young CBs are 75-80, and we have a nice selection of good safeties as well. i just don't see how you could get a 67 average from that.

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Keith Rivers was a 90 on Madden 08 and I dont see that going down much. Also, my buddy told me that Michael Johnson was an 86 speed which bodes well for getting to the QB on the game. Carson will probably be ranked in the mid 90s with a low injury rating. Our defense is going to be pretty bad, but there is no way they are ranked in the low 70s. I would guess a good low point would be a 76 for a starter on defense~!

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Some single player stats

Quarterback

(Name, Team)

1 Peyton Manning — Indianapolis

2 Tom Brady — New England

3 Drew Brees — New Orleans

4 Kurt Warner — Arizona

5 Ben Roethlisberger — Pittsburgh

6 Donovan McNabb — Philadelphia

7 Tony Romo — Dallas

8 Philip Rivers — San Diego

9 Jay Cutler — Chicago

10 Eli Manning - New York

no stats but order i'm guessing >_< Cutler? romo? >_<

Wide Receiver

(Name, Team, Overall Rating)

1 Larry Fitzgerald — Arizona — 99

2 Andre Johnson — Houston — 98

3 Steve Smith — Carolina — 97

4 Randy Moss — New England — 96

5 Reggie Wayne — Indianapolis — 95

6 Anquan Boldin — Arizona — 94

7 Roddy White — Atlanta — 94

8 Wes Welker — New England — 93

9 Brandon Marshall — Denver — 92

10 Calvin Johnson — Detroit — 92

Figure chad would fall but damn at the top 10...

Tight End

(Name, Team, Overall Rating)

1 Tony Gonzalez — Atlanta — 98

2 Jason Witten — Dallas — 97

3 Antonio Gates — San Diego — 95

4 Chris Cooley — Washington — 91

Dallas Clark — Indianapolis — 91

6 Kellen Winslow — Tampa Bay — 90

Heath Miller — Pittsburgh — 90

8 Owen Daniels — Houston — 89

9 John Carlson — Seattle — 87

10 Jeremy Shockey — New Orleans — 86

Running Back

(Name, Team, Overall Rating)

1 Adrian Peterson — Minnesota — 98

2 Brian Westbrook — Philadelphia — 97

3 Michael Turner — Atlanta — 95

DeAngelo Williams — Carolina — 95

5 Clinton Portis — Washington — 94

LaDanian Tomlinson — San Diego — 94

7 Steven Jackson — St. Louis — 93

Frank Gore — San Francisco — 93

9 Maurice Jones-Drew — Jacksonville — 92

10 Marion Barber — Dallas — 91

Defenders

(Name, Team, Position, Overall Rating)

1 Albert Haynesworth — Washington — DT — 99

Ed Reed — Baltimore — FS — 99

Troy Polamalu — Pittsburgh — SS — 99

Nnamdi Asomugha — Oakland — CB — 99

Jared Allen — Minnesota — DE — 99

6 James Harrison — Pittsburgh — OLB - 98

Justin Tuck — New York Giants — DE — 98

DeMarcus Ware — Dallas — OLB — 98

Adrian Wilson — Arizona — SS — 98

Patrick Willis — San Francisco — MLB — 98

Shakers

DeAngelo Hall — Washington CB

Madden NFL 09 Overall Rating: 93

Madden NFL 10 Overall Rating: 68

Difference: -25

Matt Leinart — Arizona QB

Madden NFL 09 Overall Rating: 85

Madden NFL 10 Overall Rating: 62

Difference: -23

Devin Thomas–Washington WR

Madden NFL 09 Overall Rating: 81

Madden NFL 10 Overall Rating: 63

Difference: -18

Torrey Holt — Jacksonville WR

Madden NFL 09 Overall Rating: 96

Madden NFL 10 Overall Rating: 84

Difference: -12

Fred Smoot — Washington CB

Madden NFL 09 Overall Rating: 87

Madden NFL 10 Overall Rating: 76

Difference: -11

Finally, take a look at the players who improved most from the previous Madden game. You’ll notice more than one rookie on this list:

Atleast we didn't have that bad of freefalls.

Me

Theres a lot wrong with this. Wes Welker is not better than Calvin Johnson or Brandon Marshall.

Heath Miller shouldn't be rated higher than Owen Daniels

Marion Barber is completely overrated in the game as well as LT. I love LT but he didn't have a very good season last year (He will have a bounce back season)

Justin Tuck is overrated in the game and Patrick Willis should be a 99 not a 98

There is no f**kin way Deangelo Hall should have fallen that far. He is at worst an 80 rating

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We're still talking about an adolescent video game here right? Whew! I thought is was about something that actually mattered. :rolleyes:

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We're still talking about an adolescent video game here right? Whew! I thought is was about something that actually mattered. :rolleyes:

madden10billy.jpg

Now Shhhh with your hating billy ;)

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We're still talking about an adolescent video game here right? Whew! I thought is was about something that actually mattered. :rolleyes:

Actually, regardless of it actually mattering or not (I think not personally), it shouldn't be in this forum.

Moved...

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Great news, I found out that Nate Livings, our starting LG is a 58 on the game. I can't wait to try and run the ball.


/>http://sports.espn.go.com/videogames/news/story?id=4389453

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/>http://espn.go.com/videogames/features/madden/madden10?teamId=2

Those ratings are horrible. Look at the speed ratings throughout. Coles is faster than 90. Henry is faster than 88. Benson is for damn sure faster than an 81.

Daryl Blackstock an overall 61? Brandon Johnson an overall 48? I know this team wasn't very good last year but they are just hosing these guys on their ratings.

Just like every other year, I'll spend the first hour or so of the game adjusting ratings to what they SHOULD be.

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/>http://espn.go.com/videogames/features/madden/madden10?teamId=2

Those ratings are horrible. Look at the speed ratings throughout. Coles is faster than 90. Henry is faster than 88. Benson is for damn sure faster than an 81.

Daryl Blackstock an overall 61? Brandon Johnson an overall 48? I know this team wasn't very good last year but they are just hosing these guys on their ratings.

Just like every other year, I'll spend the first hour or so of the game adjusting ratings to what they SHOULD be.

I was at my boys house last night playing, went 3-1 with Bengals. I subbed in almost every good rookie and they do make a difference, the ratings mean s**t.

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