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Jake Scott is an 85 and David Stewart is an 89? wtf?
Also Ahmard Hall not being in the top 8 is retarted.
Also Chris Johnson better have 100 speed rating this year. Also why is Robert Mathis in the 90s (let alone at 95?)
Also why is clady the best LT?
Also why is Laron Landry a top 8 saftey?
Also where is Albert Haynesworth?
Yeah, that one kind of surprised me...
Originally posted by 49erNation85
I wouldn't be sir prized if he passed McCoy on the depth chart. I think he might have a better arm and accurate arm then him from the highlights I thought. He also got some wheels too help us prepare for QB's as Wilson , RG3 and other runners etc.
I wish people would stop buying the game so EA can get the hint and make some actual improvements. No roster update is worth $60.
I agree with you, usually I would get the game but I am seeing that the ratings are pretty much the same rating as the end of the year roster update. Where is the fun in that? I already have the rosters save for the rookies.
I think they do it because any good player would be able to use any quarterback with little to no dropoff.
Not at all. I cant even complete passes with Kitna, because his passes are all over place. It doesnt matter how wide open the player is, the ball is going no where near him. Same thing in college football...the make some of the QBs so bad, that they're useless. I dont care how good you are at Madden...the Qbs throws will just be too erratic to be any good. And lord knows they wont progress all that much if you happen upon a good season.
Do they actually do this? haven't bought a football game since NFL 2k5, but that's hilarious if true.
Yeah...low rated QBs are useless and I find the draft to be ridiculous. A lot of people like it because they find "gems" all over the place. But seriously...every class has 80+ guys that slip into the 6 and 7th rounds. It's incredibly stupid. Nothing like getting a QB with a top 10 rating in the 7th round or finding a guy equivalent in skill and rating to Michael Crabtree in the 6th round. It makes zero sense.
And what is funnier is that the real rookie class's ratings are scaled really low after the 1st round. So you'll get guys in the 6th, who have better ratings then real players selected in the 2nd round in real life. It's so uneven. Plus, a lot of backups ratings are terrible...so all 7 of your picks can be starters or 2nd stringers based on rating right away.