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Old 08-03-2014, 10:54 PM   #73
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How in the world is t-Suggs not a top player for the ravens.
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Old 08-03-2014, 11:31 PM   #74
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Re: Madden NFL 15 - Complete Player and Team Ratings For AFC and NFC North

Defensive linemen speed ratings seem out of control.

I also need to stay away from reading the comments in these threads. All the homerism is making my head hurt.
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Old 08-04-2014, 12:06 AM   #75
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Re: Madden NFL 15 AFC/NFC North Player Ratings Released

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So this is already starting out good:

Teddy vs Johnny

Throw power: Johnny by 2 points. - Correct me if I'm wrong, but Teddy was considered to have the best arm out of the 3 QBs, and he has a weak arm in this game by Madden's standards. Okay.

Short Accuracy: By the numbers Teddy was hands down the best short thrower. However, they both have the same SAC.

Medium Accuracy: Seems about right. Teddy has the higher MAC, being 7 points ahead of Johnny Football whose sitting at a 75. Out of the Top 3 QBs, Johnny had the worst MAC by far and Teddy the best, by the numbers.

Deep Accuracy: Johnny is rightfully rewarded for being the best deep thrower out of the top 3, coming in at an 82. Bridgewater, whose numbers were less than 1% below the average comes in at a 69! Are you serious? Looking at the metrics Johnny should be punished more for his MAC than Teddy should for his DAC. The numbers say Bridgewater is a little off on his deep ball, and Johnny is WAY off on his MAC, and Teddy ends up with a 13 point difference between his deep ball and Johnny's deep ball? On the other end Johnny is only punished by a 7 point difference for his MAC compared to Teddy. Can they seriously just fire Donny Moore already? I'm so tired of him half assing ratings. Quit guessing you turd.
From ESPN:

"2. Downfield passing
After Bridgewater’s pro day, questions emerged about his accuracy and velocity on downfield passes.

Bridgewater’s statistics in his final college season confirm the scouts' concerns. He completed 39.1 percent of his passes thrown 20 yards or farther downfield, the second-lowest percentage of the top 10 QB prospects ranked by Scouts Inc.

The issue is arm strength. As noted above, Bridgewater is one of the most accurate quarterbacks in the nation on intermediate passes, but when he has to throw it farther downfield, the ball tends to hang in the air."

http://espn.go.com/blog/statsinfo/po...dy-bridgewater

So that's probably why his arm strength and deep accuracy weren't great. Manziel doesn't have a great arm in terms of strength either, but they probably had to bump it up a bit so that he could make the deep throws because in Madden, a QB with low throw power tends to underthrow on deep balls even if they have high accuracy.
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Old 08-04-2014, 12:31 AM   #76
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Some of these ratings are brutal, and really stupid. I was anxious to see how my Jags are gonna look. Not so much anymore.
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Old 08-04-2014, 12:42 AM   #77
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Re: Madden NFL 15 AFC/NFC North Player Ratings Released

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Just a few examples:

UDFA TE Colt Lyerla (GB) - 68 OVR, 35 AWR, 87 SPD, 91 ACC, 76 CTH
6th rd pick CB Demetri Goodson (GB) - 66 OVR, 43 AWR, 91 SPD, 92 ACC, 83 MCV, 77 ZCV
UDFA TE A.C. Leonard (MIN) - 66 OVR, 36 AWR, 89 SPD, 91 ACC, 75 CTH
7th rd pick LB Brandon Watts (MIN) - 60 OVR, 92 SPD, 91 ACC, 76 TAK, 43 AWR, 68 MCV, 75 ZCV

That's only two teams and four players. Those in online leagues: these are the players you get for cheap, keep for cheap, and they make a big impact.
Well with Colt's cocaine charges/habits it makes perfect sense there lol. The rest IDK
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Old 08-04-2014, 12:51 AM   #78
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Re: Madden NFL 15 - Complete Player and Team Ratings For AFC and NFC North

Ratings "Czar" My Eye... This guy doesn't have a clue. Why are there so many players rated in the high 90s? I mean you don't have to go farther than these ratings to see why this game plays so arcade like. First Priority: Enter the FBG ratings into the game. I do feel sorry for the online guys.
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Old 08-04-2014, 01:34 AM   #79
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Re: Madden NFL 15 AFC/NFC North Player Ratings Released

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From ESPN:

"2. Downfield passing
After Bridgewater’s pro day, questions emerged about his accuracy and velocity on downfield passes.

Bridgewater’s statistics in his final college season confirm the scouts' concerns. He completed 39.1 percent of his passes thrown 20 yards or farther downfield, the second-lowest percentage of the top 10 QB prospects ranked by Scouts Inc.

The issue is arm strength. As noted above, Bridgewater is one of the most accurate quarterbacks in the nation on intermediate passes, but when he has to throw it farther downfield, the ball tends to hang in the air."

http://espn.go.com/blog/statsinfo/po...dy-bridgewater

So that's probably why his arm strength and deep accuracy weren't great. Manziel doesn't have a great arm in terms of strength either, but they probably had to bump it up a bit so that he could make the deep throws because in Madden, a QB with low throw power tends to underthrow on deep balls even if they have high accuracy.
I would love to know why ESPNs stats don't match up with Rotoworlds stats.

http://www.rotoworld.com/articles/cf...back-conundrum
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Old 08-04-2014, 01:53 AM   #80
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Re: Madden NFL 15 - Complete Player and Team Ratings For AFC and NFC North

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Defensive linemen speed ratings seem out of control.

I also need to stay away from reading the comments in these threads. All the homerism is making my head hurt.
Madden's Speed ratings in general are out of control. It seems that near everyone is rated 90+ speed these days.
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