Madden 13 Team Ratings Released


Madden 13 Team Ratings Released

The team ratings were released for Madden 13 at this year’s E3 convention. This is the first time they released the team ratings for Madden 13!

On another note, for Madden 13, the plan is to use this type of chart when the Madden 13 player ratings are released.

 Madden 13 Team Ratings Chart

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  1. Quarterbacks
    1 – Aaron Rodgers – 99
    2 – Tom Brady – 98
    3 – Drew Brees – 98
    4 – Eli Manning – 97
    5 – Ben Roethlisberger – 95
    6 – Peyton Manning – 93
    7 – Philip Rivers – 92
    8 – Matthew Stafford – 91
    9 – Tony Romo – 90
    10 – Michael Vick – 89
    11 – Matt Schaub – 88
    12 – Matt Ryan – 88
    13 – Cam Newton – 87
    14 – Joe Flacco – 86
    15 – Alex Smith – 85

    Running Backs
    1 – Adrian Peterson – 98
    2 – Maurice Jones-Drew – 97
    3 – Arian Foster – 96
    4 – Jamaal Charles – 95
    5 – LeSean McCoy – 94
    6 – Ray Rice – 94
    7 – Frank Gore – 93
    8 – Matt Forte – 92
    9 – Darren McFadden – 92
    10 – Michael Turner – 91
    11 – Steven Jackson – 90
    12 – Fred Jackson – 90
    13 – Marshawn Lynch – 89
    14 – Chris Johnson – 88
    15 – Darren Sproles – 87

    Wide Receivers
    1 – Calvin Johnson – 98
    2 – Larry Fitzgerald – 97
    3 – Wes Welker – 96
    4 – Andre Johnson – 95
    5 – Roddy White – 95
    6 – Steve Smith – 94
    7 – Greg Jennings – 93
    8 – Brandon Marshall – 92
    9 – Hakeem Nicks – 91
    10 – Dwayne Bowe – 90
    11 – Marques Colston – 90
    12 – Reggie Wayne – 90
    13 – Mike Wallace – 89
    14 – Vincent Jackson – 88
    15 – Jordy Nelson – 88

    Tight Ends
    1 – Rob Gronkowski – 95
    2 – Jimmy Graham – 94
    3 – Vernon Davis – 92
    4 – Antonio Gates – 92
    5 – Jason Witten – 91
    6 – Tony Gonzalez – 90
    7 – Aaron Hernandez – 88
    8 – Jermichael Finley – 87
    9 – Kellen Winslow – 87
    10 – Dustin Keller – 86
    11 – Brandon Pettigrew – 85
    12 – Owen Daniels – 85
    13 – Dallas Clark – 84
    14 – Jermaine Gresham – 84
    15 – Fred Davis – 84

    Tackles
    1 – Joe Thomas – 96
    2 – Jake Long – 94
    3 – Jason Peters – 94
    4 – Jordan Gross – 92
    5 – David Stewart – 92
    6 – D’Brickashaw Ferguson – 91
    7 – Tyson Clabo – 90
    8 – Andrew Whitworth – 89
    9 – Michael Roos – 89
    10 – Ryan Clady – 88
    11 – Eric Winston – 88
    12 – Donald Penn – 88
    13 – Branden Albert – 87
    14 – Todd Herremans – 87
    15 – Duane Brown – 86

    Guards
    1 – Carl Nicks – 95
    2 – Jahri Evans – 94
    3 – Logan Mankins – 93
    4 – Ben Grubbs – 92
    5 – Marshal Yanda – 92
    6 – Kris Dielman – 91
    7 – Josh Sitton – 90
    8 – Brian Waters – 89
    9 – Brandon Moore – 88
    10 – Chris Snee – 87
    11 – Evan Mathis – 87
    12 – Mike Iupati – 87
    13 – Davin Joseph – 86
    14 – Vernon Carey – 86
    15 – Rob Sims – 85

    Centers
    1 – Nick Mangold – 95
    2 – Chris Myers – 92
    3 – Ryan Kalil – 90
    4 – Todd McClure – 89
    5 – Matt Birk – 88
    6 – Jeff Saturday – 87
    7 – Dan Koppen – 86
    8 – Alex Mack – 85
    9 – Nick Hardwick – 85
    10 – Brad Meester – 84
    11 – Maurkice Pouncey – 84
    12 – Scott Wells – 83
    13 – Jeff Faine – 82
    14 – Eric Wood – 82
    15 – John Sullivan – 81

    Defensive Ends
    1 – Jared Allen – 97
    2 – Justin Smith – 96
    3 – Haloti Ngata – 95
    4 – Julius Peppers – 95
    5 – Jason Pierre-Paul – 95
    6 – Mario Williams – 94
    7 – Trent Cole – 93
    8 – Jason Babin – 92
    9 – Justin Tuck – 92
    10 – John Abraham – 91
    11 – Charles Johnson – 90
    12 – Osi Umenyiora – 90
    13 – Chris Clemons – 90
    14 – Chris Long – 89
    15 – Brett Keisel – 88

    Defensive Tackles
    1 – Vince Wilfork – 95
    2 – Kevin Williams – 93
    3 – Jay Ratliff – 92
    4 – Richard Seymour – 92
    5 – Ndamukong Suh – 91
    6 – Casey Hampton – 90
    7 – Kyle Williams – 90
    8 – Ahtyba Rubin – 88
    9 – Jonathan Babineaux – 88
    10 – Cullen Jenkins – 88
    11 – Sione Pouha – 87
    12 – Brodrick Bunkley – 86
    13 – Tommy Kelly – 86
    14 – Paul Soliai – 85
    15 – Aubrayo Franklin – 85

    Middle Linebackers
    1 – Patrick Willis – 97
    2 – Ray Lewis – 95
    3 – Jon Beason – 94
    4 – London Fletcher – 92
    5 – Brian Urlacher – 92
    6 – Karlos Dansby – 91
    7 – David Harris – 90
    8 – Derrick Johnson – 90
    9 – Brian Cushing – 89
    10 – Curtis Lofton – 88
    11 – Stephen Tulloch – 88
    12 – Bart Scott – 87
    13 – Lawrence Timmons – 87
    14 – Nick Barnett – 87
    15 – Navorro Bowman – 86

    Outside Linebackers
    1 – DeMarcus Ware – 96
    2 – Terrell Suggs – 95
    3 – James Harrison – 94
    4 – LaMarr Woodley – 92
    5 – Tamba Hali – 92
    6 – Clay Matthews – 91
    7 – Jerod Mayo – 90
    8 – Daryl Smith – 90
    9 – Lance Briggs – 89
    10 – Brian Orakpo – 89
    11 – Shaun Phillips – 88
    12 – Von Miller – 87
    13 – Kamerion Wimbley – 87
    14 – Chad Greenway – 87
    15 – D.J. Williams – 86

    Cornerbacks
    1 – Darrelle Revis – 98
    2 – Champ Bailey – 95
    3 – Nnamdi Asomugha – 94
    4 – Charles Woodson – 93
    5 – Brandon Flowers – 92
    6 – Cortland Finnegan – 91
    7 – Jonathan Joseph – 91
    8 – Asante Samuel – 90
    9 – Chris Gamble – 89
    10 – Corey Webster – 88
    11 – Antoine Winfield – 88
    12 – Tramon Williams – 88
    13 – Stanford Routt – 87
    14 – Carlos Rogers – 87
    15 – Jabari Greer – 87

    Free Safeties
    1 – Ed Reed – 97
    2 – Nick Collins – 93
    3 – Eric Weddle – 90
    4 – Antoine Bethea – 88
    5 – Michael Griffin – 87
    6 – O.J. Atogwe – 87
    7 – Earl Thomas – 86
    8 – Kerry Rhodes – 85
    9 – Jairus Byrd – 84
    10 – Dashon Goldson – 84
    11 – Thomas DeCoud – 83
    12 – Tanard Jackson – 82
    13 – Michael Huff – 82
    14 – Patrick Chung – 82
    15 – Louis Delmas – 81

    Strong Safeties
    1 – Troy Polamalu – 96
    2 – Adrian Wilson – 92
    3 – LaRon Landry – 88
    4 – Donte Whitner – 87
    5 – Eric Berry – 87
    6 – Yeremiah Bell – 86
    7 – Dawan Landry – 85
    8 – T.J. Ward – 85
    9 – Tyvon Branch – 84
    10 – Morgan Burnett – 84
    11 – Kam Chancellor – 84
    12 – Roman Harper – 83
    13 – Jim Leonhard – 82
    14 – Chris Hope – 82
    15 – George Wilson – 82

    Kickers
    1 – Sebastian Janikowski – 95
    2 – Rob Bironas – 94
    3 – Robbie Gould – 92
    4 – Ryan Longwell – 92
    5 – David Akers – 91
    6 – Nate Kaeding – 90
    7 – Adam Vinatieri – 88
    8 – Jason Hanson – 87
    9 – Stephen Gostowski – 86
    10 – Josh Scobee – 86

    Punters
    1 – Shane Lechler – 96
    2 – Andy Lee – 95
    3 – Sam Koch – 94
    4 – Dustin Colquitt – 91
    5 – Mike Scifres – 90
    6 – Brian Moorman – 90
    7 – Matt McBriar – 90
    8 – Donnie Jones – 89
    9 – Jon Ryan – 87
    10 – Brandon Fields – 86

    • So you rank aaron rodgers 99 but not drew brees? :-O….wth….& mathew stafford shud be a 94…eli shud be 95…& Arian foster give him a 98!….jamal charles 95?….idk bout that…mabe 91….but im most pist off about darren sproles 87….dude shatter all-purpose record last season & still didnt make pro bowl or a 90+ overall…WOOOW madden ppl…smh…& give calvin a 99 geez what’s he gotta do more? Fly?

    • when it comes to CB’s ike taylor from the steelers man coverage should at least be a 93 hes been great this year and lewis should be at least an 89 why are they under rated there apart of the number one D in the nfl

  2. Who comes up with these ratings, a retard?! Houston at 78? Cincinnati at 74? Among others. This is just plain stupid. How about rating teams based on PERFORMANCE not POPULARITY!

  3. how is steelers rated higher than ravens??? who the hell comes up with these ratings?? they got swiped twice by dem ravens, even the bengals are a 74? what??? such a biased ratings. this is exactly why i dont buy madden

  4. it’s funny how every single raider went down a rating amazing how are we ranked 70 and chiefs 76 are you serious wow bs ratings

  5. How is D’Qwell Jackson not a top 15 MLB

  6. It’s these stupid biased ratings which is why I love whooping ass with the “weak” bengals not like they went to the playoffs or anything.. Oh wait

  7. Wow… This is Definately a popularity contest. Eric weddel was the best FS in the league last year, but is still ranked 3rd. How are the steelers still ranked so high coming off of a horrible season?

  8. Reed is still the best FS in the league. Yea, Weddel played good but tell who will trust at that FS position on your team? Plus which player has the better skills to do so.

  9. buttockss says:

    steelers be should 68 thats all.

  10. i hope theres a good reason why all of the team ratings are so low. i mean come on. the highest is 86

  11. no team should be under 80 but it is what it is cant wait to get my hands on the game

  12. Dq’well jackson was rated 88 in madden 12 after last update, now hes rated 86 or less, joe haden rated 90 overall in madden 12 after last update n now hes rated 87 or less whats with that

  13. Dick Larson says:

    The Bills should be rated way higher than 74. They are strong contenders for a wild card this year

  14. Why is it no one in madden gives any of the Bengals props example dt geno Atkins de Carlos Dunlap guess it will surprise everyone when they have to increase the ratings yet again!!!! Get ur shi! Together EA!!!

  15. Micah Patton says:

    How many records does Cam have to break before he is ranked in the 90′s? And Phillip Rivers 92?? You have to be kidding me; he should lose points just from fumbling a kneel down. Also, Ben Roth. no doubt he is good, but he has not been as good as some of the other names. I’m pretty sure in order of production last year for QB it went: Drew Brees, Aaron Rogers, Tom Brady, Matthew Stafford, Cam Newton, Matt Ryan, then Eli Manning. What is Madden doing? And Arian Foster should be AT LEAST a 98. But worst of all… Why is megatron not a 99??? why exactly isn’t he a 99????

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