Madden 25: Top-Rated Players Fans Can't Wait to See in Action
The release of Madden 25 on Tuesday, Aug. 27, is the talk of the video game community, and fans can’t wait to get their hands on the top-rated players in this year’s edition of the game.
With Adrian Peterson, Calvin Johnson and Aaron Rodgers all the top stars of their respective positions, Madden fans will be eager to see who is the most dominant overall player in Madden 25.
Adrian Peterson, 99 Rating
There is no question that after winning the 2012 MVP and mounting 2,097 rushing yards and 12 touchdowns that Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson should be one of the highest ranked players in Madden 25.
After coming back from a serious knee injury and the subsequent surgery, Peterson deserves to be portrayed as a beast in the game. Football fans from all walks of life will want to experience playing as the bruising runner.
EA Sports has improved the rushing ability of players with the Free Run feature, allowing the fans to feel the awesome power and unparalleled quickness of a powerful running back like Peterson.
Calvin Johnson, 99 Rating
Calvin Johnson has been dubbed Megatron because of his inhuman like size and speed, as well as his ability to catch the football at its highest position. Johnson is simply a machine for the Detroit Lions.
Johnson racked up 1,964 yards on 122 receptions and five touchdowns in 2012, but it will be the ability to harness his raw size, power and skill via the improved Infinity Engine 2 that makes Megatron a fan favorite in the video game.
Madden players are always looking for the deep threat that can take the lid off a virtual defense. In the 2013 edition of the franchise, there is no more dominant force on the field than Johnson.
Aaron Rodgers, 98 Rating
The argument for the best quarterback in the NFL will always rage on, but EA Sports has made its voice heard by announcing Green Bay Packers star Aaron Rodgers as the No. 1 ranked QB in the game with a 98 rating.
After amassing 4,295 yards passing with 39 touchdowns and just eight interceptions, there is little doubt that the former Super Bowl champion still deserves the honor.
With the addition of features like Player Sense and True Step motion, Rodgers' ability to scramble out of the pocket and still make perfect passes will be fully utilized in the newest game.
Add in the improved graphics (serious upgrades to Xbox One and PS4), and there is no doubt that throwing a deep bomb to a wide receiver will be even more enjoyable with Rodgers under center.
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