Another year, another botch batch of ratings from the team over at EA Tiburon.
Sure, trying to get it right when it comes to rating each and every player in the NFL is an admittedly tall task, but it seems to be one that EA really struggles with each and every year. Their latest offering of digital attributes for this year’s installment in the franchise, Madden NFL 19, seem to be as egregious as ever. Let’s take a look at the five things EA got absolutely wrong with the initial ratings for Madden NFL 19.
1. Matthew Stafford is less of a player than Andrew Luck
First off, let’s just get this one out of the way. Stafford fell just outside of the top ten quarterbacks at launch for Madden NFL 19 which is bad, shortsighted, but not something that should have anyone up in arms necessarily… that is until you find out who is rated higher.