Terrible Madden Ratings For Raiders

tim spoonauerContributor IJuly 27, 2009

DENVER - NOVEMBER 23:  Quarterback JaMarcus Russell #2 of the Oakland Raiders delivers a pass against the Denver Broncos during week 12 NFL action at Invesco Field at Mile High on November 23, 2008 in Denver, Colorado. The Raiders defeated the Broncos 31-10.  (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)

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Jamarcus Russell

My Rating-78

Real Rating-72

First of all WOW Russell was no where near this bad last year warrant this rating the guy was behind a terrible line and was good once we got him protection late in the year. A 78 would be respectable and at least could have reasoning behind it.


I don't hate on them for these ratings...


My Rating- 80

Real Rating-79

Didn't live up to the hype because of Injuries.


My Rating-82

Real Rating-79

I Love Huggy Bear Jr.


My Rating-75

Real Rating-75

Didn't play enough.


Chaz Schillens

My Rating- 81

Real Rating- 64

Alright I don't even have words for this. Just terrible rating.

Javon Walker

My Rating-84

Real Rating-71

Did I wake up and Walker's past get booted??? He deserves better then a 71 there are scrubs and rookies that have better overall ratings then Walker!!


My Ratings-75

Real Rating-69

Was nasty and WR when he got the ball in his hands a 69 is calling Higgins a Dante Hall which is a complete and total NOOOOOO!


Zach Miller

My Rating-93

Real Rating-86

Miller doesn't have a weakness, nasty hands, Great Route runner, Great at find holes in the defense, and Good Blocker. An 86 doesn't show just how good Miller really is.



My Rating-88

Real Rating-79

What does Gallery Have to do 2 have people say he is an elite ZB Linemen. Gallery is our best linemen and a very good left Guard. Def should've made the pro bowl last year he is a good pass blocker and nasty run blocker.


My Rating-75

Real Rating-74

Had a couple of good games at the end of the year but didn't start enough to get any higher to start off the season.


My Rating-83

Real Rating-80

Was a solid LT for most of his time on the Jags.

I agree with the rest of the ratings given out on the Line.


Tommy Kelly

My Rating-88

Real Rating-80

First of All Kelly had a better Rating last year in Madden, they screwed the pooch on this one. The Raider D-line was terrible last year but the part that sucks about that is the whole line didn't suck. Kelly was one of those few people, Kelly had 4.5 sacks and was the only DT that haeld the point of attack. Kelly is the future of this D-line and after having an injury free year last year his knee is going to be at full strength and Kellywill have a big year.

Derrick Burgess

My Rating-85

Real Rating-87

That is correct, the past two year Burgess has only been a strong part of the Raiders Defense while in Madden! He is still a monster pass rush and will get me many speed rush sacks but until he does that in a season again he isn't over an 85.

Trevor Scott

My Rating-75

Real Rating-64

This guy had a good year for a Rookie last year, I honestly can't understand why he gets such a bad rating. Honestly look at this Scott led all rookies with five sacks so what the makers of Madden have done is said that all the DE rookies from last year that had less sacks then Scott should be under a 64 which we all know isn't the case.

Gerard Warren

My Rating-74

Real Rating-68

Come on Warren is not this bad he is a good pass rusher.

Terdell Sands

My Rating-70

Real Rating-64

When Sands shows up he is a force but the problem is he doesn't show up. Now if we played the chargers 16 times a year Sands would be a 99. Sadly he doesn't show up any other game.


Kirk Morrison

My Rating-93

Real Rating-87

2nd best coverage linebacker in the NFL. Good Tackler, gets a bad wrap because of the D-line and has deserved the Pro-Bowl for years.

Thomas Howard

My Rating-88

Real Rating-85

Best Coverage linebacker in the NFL. After an amazing 2007, Howard had an off 2008 with just 1 int. This year becoming more of a complete linebacker will help Howard make his first Pro-bowl. Let us be honest everywhere Marshall goes their LB's become Pro-Bowlers.

Ricky Brown

My Rating-75

Real Rating-65

Before anything Brown was a 65 last year in Madden. So honestly are the makers of Madden saying Brown isn't any better?? Brown was starting to step up when his injury took him away for the whole season. I like Brown and see him taking back the Strongside LB slot in Camp.

Nnamdi Asomugha

My Rating-98.9

Real Rating-99

99 is too perfect. I don't think anyone should get this good of a rating, even the best CB in the NFL.

Chris Johnson

My Rating-87

Real Rating-80

Johnson started a total of 8 games last year and shut down the likes of Brandon Marshall, and Andre Johnson. The only person who showed up Johnson was Randy FAGGOT Moss. Show how does going 2 for 3 against top NFL talent get you an 80 Rating in Madden? 

Stanford Routt

My Rating-80

Real Rating-72

I have said it several times Routt would be a starter on plenty of other times in the NFL. This guy has good talent and is fast as hell.


I couldn't find the Ratings for these guys so i'm just ganna give out what i think.

Tyvon Branch

My Rating-74

Didn't play enough for anything higher.

Michael Huff

My Rating-73

Has done nothing at FS that gets him anything better than a 73. 

Let Me Know what you guys think of the Real Rating compared to My ratings which I think are more of where they all should be.


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