Madden 22 ratings may be important to NFL rookies

One of the most anticipated information about the Madden series every year is the ratings ranking earlier this year.


There are still a few months away from Madden 22, but this does not stop speculation about the results of this year’s ratings. Whether it's a rookie just selected in the NFL draft or a mainstay who is about to reach the top of the leaderboard, let's see how Madden 22's ratings might look like.

EA Sports released a trailer for Madden 22 yesterday. Few people can guess that it will have two goats and Peyton Hillis. The selection of goats seems to point to the two "goat" players on the cover, which is indeed consistent with potential leaks regarding the selection of players on the cover this year. However, few people want to see retired NFL guards and Peyton Hillis running backs on the farm wandering with these goats.

Hillis was originally drafted by the Denver Broncos in 2008, but hovered between five different teams before retiring in 2015. Hillis is best known for his time with the Cleveland Browns. After being traded to them in 2010, he won the national vote and became the cover player of Madden 12. Use MUT Coins to get this player.

One of the most anticipated information about the Madden series every year is the ratings ranking earlier this year. Players will inevitably claim that they deserve higher ratings, but considering the competitiveness of the league, this is to be expected. From now until the release date of Madden 22, there is enough time to change the status quo. The most anxious rookie score in Madden 22 may be the No. 1 pick in the NFL draft.

Selected by the Jacksonville Jaguars, Trevor Lawrence won the most exciting rookie quarterback since Andrew Luck, and Luck actually has the highest Madden score ever. This is his first year in the competition. 83 GEN's rookie quarterback. Although not so high, Lawrence seems to have a very big impact on the game. When Madden 22 comes out, he may have an OVR score of 81. Madden 22 Coins can make you equally good.


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