5 Most disrespected NFL players in Madden 23 ratings

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Madden 23 will drop Aug 17, 2022, but the creators didn’t give every player in the game the respect they deserve.

Training camp is underway, but fans are gearing up to play one of the premiere sports games, Madden. It’s the only sports game that gets featured on ESPN for an entire week.

Players from all over come on TV to promote and they anxiously watch to see their players’ ratings, just like fans.

We’re less than two weeks away from Madden 23’s release date. There’s always buzz about the expected gameplay, new features, and new ratings. However, there isn’t anything more polarizing than player ratings.

And we already have some problems.

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Jul 30, 2022; Irvine, CA, USA; Los Angeles Rams defensive lineman Aaron Donald (99) during training camp at University of California Irvine. Mandatory Credit: Kiyoshi Mio-USA TODAY Sports

Players getting disrespected by their Madden 23 ratings

No, I’m not talking about those with a 99 rating making up less than 1% of the game. The select few were Davante Adams, Trent Williams, Aaron Donald, and Myles Garrett.

It’s not all about 99 though. Players like Travis Kelce, Jalen Ramsey, Zack Martin, Derek Henry, Tom Brady, and Tyreek Hill were rated 97 or higher. Congratulations to all the men on this list, but this isn’t about them.

There are some other players who dominated in 2021, who deserve to have some respect put on their rating.

Madden ratings adjusters need to step up right away and fix the mistakes they made with a few players and it starts with the guys on this list.

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