Jets Madden 10 Player ratings

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  1. nyjetsrule

    nyjetsrule Active Member

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    The three guys whose rating i have a serious disagreement with, (even with the new rating system) are split, two are over-rated, the other is too low.

    Rhodes, I love the guy but as far as Madden Ratings are concerned he is living off of his first two years in the league. As a Jets fan I know that he was mis-used last year, but Madden doesnt take mis-use of a player into account.

    Faneca while still great in the run blocking game, I believe he gave up more sacks than any other on our line. definately not a 97, a solid argument could be made for Mangold being a 97 however.

    Keller, the guy explodes onto the scene as a rookie as a legit receiving threat, showing signs of dominance and insane potential. Yet he is rated below an 80? I find that to be a huge slap in the face. Keller is going to be at least our #2 option in the passing game this year, and his madden rating should reflect that.

    my expected stat line for Keller is 74 catches, 982 yards, 7 TD's.

    Cotch I expect will be 88 catches, 1104 yards, 5 TDs

    coupled with my guestimate of 2,800 passing yards leaves 714 yards to spread to everyone else. Sounds about right to me. also 2,800 is about 640 less than last year.

    meaning our ground game will need to be fairly close to 2,400 yards if we want to be a kick ass offensive team. Last year our 4 guys most likely to carry the ball this year (TJ, LW, BS, TR) rushed for 1938 yards. If we ran the ball in the last 4-5 weeks it would have been much higher. Plus add in the fact that not only does Ryan want a smashmouth team, he did draft a bruising back in Shonn Greene
     
  2. Duk Dodgers

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    I would love to see Keller near 1000 yards and JCO an 1100 yard guy. Personally I think we will have a more balanced spread this season, maybe not even a single 1000 yard wr.

    This isn't a bad thing as I am looking for Stuckey to really step it up for us. Time will tell.
     
  3. devilonthetownhallroof

    devilonthetownhallroof 2007 TGG Fantasy Baseball League Champion

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    No chance it gets changed before the game is released, but there will probably be a roster update online within the first few days.
     
  4. southparkfanciz

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    Holmes is only an 86....wtf?? Well I mean they update the ratings every week, but still............
     
  5. Zcore

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    Holmes is only an 86....wtf?? Well I mean they update the ratings every week, but still............

    Only? He's lucky He has that. Other Than that catch he made in the SB, what else has he done to deserve. IMO Holmes is not better than Cotchery ( and not just because I'm a fan) & Cotch is a 81? Where's the justice
     
  6. nyjetsrule

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    well Holmes did have a heck of a playoffs, and he did have that catch, a great SB was huge on that final drive, and he sorta did win MVP.....

    While I agree with you that holmes is garbage for the most part, he did have one heck of a run in the postseason and as a result his madden rating reflects that. Think Eli Manning, in that for the most part his career will be mostly average, but for that one postseason he was great, and they each did win the SB MVP.....
     
  7. southparkfanciz

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  8. Zcore

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    I clearly see what your saying, but based on Holmes' playoff makes Him better? There's has been so many SBMVP's who after that have gotten Huge contracts & then sucked (remember Larry Brown..from dallas?) I still think Jericho is the better WR than Holmes. Compare their stats from last year, they don't lie
     
  9. Mr Electric

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    Cotchery's had a better career as far as stats go, but last year, they were very even in terms of production.

    Holmes: 15 games 55 catches for 821 yards and 5 TDs (14.9 AVG)

    Cotchery: 16 games 71 catches for 858 yards and 5 TDs (12.1 AVG)

    I love how some of you guys are saying Holmes was garbage in 2008, except for in the playoffs. He had a pretty good year in 2008 as a #2 receiver. Look at Roethlisberger's stats, they are pretty bad...it doesn't really matter though, they won the Super Bowl.

    Holmes has something that Cotchery doesn't - speed. Madden loves speed.
     
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  10. Zcore

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    I never said(& you can look at my quotes)Holmes had a GARBAGE season. As you can see they had similiar stats in '08. My question was...based on their stats which are very close why is Holmes 86 & Cocthery 81? Speed? Speed does not make you a great WR, Cause you can run a 3.2 40 but if you can't catch then what's the point..nah mean? Cris Carter no speed...Devin Hester fast as a deer. If anything make them both 86 OVR. I just didn't think it was a fair rating. Plus Holmes had more dropped balls - (Not trying to upset anyone...any Steelers fans out there...This is just my opinion means nothing so don't take this to heart)
     
  11. PinPointPenning10

    PinPointPenning10 Well-Known Member

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    Do you by any chance have Ty Law's rating? I'm thinking that if it's good, maybe we should sign him. :smile:
     
  12. bigalxc

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    thats funny!
     
  13. Kris 15

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    P E. Wilbur 38

    Hahahahaha.
     
  14. That Guy

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    Completely agree with everything... additionally...

    1. Offensively we upgraded (with either QB) at the quarterback position (QB this year will know the offense)

    2. At receiver we only lost an old, slow, unathletic, overused, washed up L. Coles last year whose Favre bitching only plagued our team as much as Jones' Favre bitching (You can't score with three runs on the goal line against NE @ home with an upgraded line... you suck, not Favre)

    3. Keller WILL, without a doubt, be one of the top tight ends in the NFL this year. It goes to show you that madden ratings mean nothing (John Carlson in the top 10?). Between DK, Cotchery, continued success of Stuckey, and the emergence and potential breakout of David Clowney, we will be fine.

    4. Don't worry about the defense week 2. Tom Brady will most likely continue to be the best quarterback in the NFL; that doesn't mean our defense is underrated.

    5. Completely irrelevant, but I hope Rex keeps talking trash; we're not planning on losing.


     
  15. HardHitta

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    Wtf howd they come up with this load of shit ? Cotchery an 81 ?
    Keller a 77 ? Thats bullshit he should be in the 80's. An WTF with Harris being a 74 LMAO! Bryan Thomas is a higher rating for gods sake. Everybody shits on the Jets, Well have them boostin those ratings come the mid season update.
     
  16. IBLEEDGREEN17

    IBLEEDGREEN17 Well-Known Member

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    I agree with almost everything other than the harris rating.

    I'm glad they lowered most stats, I was sick of seeing ed reed clones on all teams.
     
  17. Zcore

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    WIDE RECEIVERS AND TIGHT ENDS
    NUM NAME TM POS OVR SPD ACC STR AGL AWR STA TGH INJ JMP CAT CAR KR

    89 J. Cotchery NYJ WR 81 82 85 64 87 84 92 92 94 86 86 70 84

    81 D. Keller NYJ TE 77 86 90 68 85 68 84 87 94 88 78 75 65

    88 B. Franks NYJ TE 74 54 64 78 58 70 60 82 78 70 68 70 8

    83 C. Stuckey NYJ WR 67 87 91 54 90 66 80 78 88 81 74 74 86

    16 B. Smith NYJ WR 66 85 88 65 88 72 85 65 93 87 75 79 60

    17 D. Clowney NYJ WR 66 94 95 40 92 58 85 75 87 89 78 55 70

    15 W. Wright NYJ WR 58 85 84 56 87 49 75 60 91 83 70 65 75

    14 M. Henry NYJ WR 53 80 85 60 78 42 80 78 92 84 72 68 65

    85 J. Dearth NYJ TE 46 58 60 75 49 53 43 77 63 58 56 60 8


    RUNNING BACKS
    NUM NAME TM POS OVR SPD ACC STR AGL AWR STA TGH INJ RBK PBK CAT CAR KR
    49 T. Richardson NYJ FB 97 75 84 78 78 97 90 82 88 67 55 78 86 45
    20 T. Jones NYJ HB 90 87 93 79 90 90 92 84 84 32 30 68 92 25
    29 L. Washington NYJ HB 79 93 97 61 95 73 75 75 90 28 37 72 76 95
    23 S. Greene NYJ HB 73 82 85 70 85 42 96 87 94 35 39 62 88 55
    39 J. Caulcrick NYJ FB 62 82 80 75 72 38 86 80 90 55 46 72 78 25

    QUARTERBACKS
    NUM NAME TM POS OVR SPD ACC STR AGL AWR STA TGH INJ THP THA CAR


    6 M. Sanchez NYJ QB 78 68 72 60 70 57 94 77 79 89 86 65


    11 K. Clemens NYJ QB 69 66 68 58 68 68 92 75 85 88 75 65


    9 E. Ainge NYJ QB 42 54 58 54 56 43 90 80 88 85 69 55



    OFFENSIVE LINEMEN
    NUM NAME TM POS OVR SPD ACC STR AGL AWR STA TGH INJ PBK RBK



    66 A. Faneca NYJ LG 97 55 74 94 54 99 85 91 94 95 90



    74 N. Mangold NYJ C 94 63 86 91 57 90 88 98 95 92 92



    67 D. Woody NYJ RT 85 52 70 91 53 90 78 85 86 92 90



    65 B. Moore NYJ RG 81 58 72 89 60 78 78 80 90 88 86



    60 D. Ferguson NYJ LT 80 68 88 89 66 77 78 85 93 90 89



    68 M. Slauson NYJ RG 67 52 67 87 42 59 75 95 84 76 82



    64 S. Daniels NYJ LG 62 50 60 85 48 52 69 79 89 77 75



    75 R. Turner NYJ C 61 48 58 86 52 52 78 88 94 79 79



    78 W. Hunter NYJ RT 57 51 49 91 45 59 80 81 85 80 81



    76 M. Kracalik NYJ LT 56 62 77 86 58 54 80 77 85 80 79




    LINEBACKERS
    NUM NAME TM POS OVR SPD ACC STR AGL AWR STA TGH INJ JMP TCK CAT


    57 B. Scott NYJ MLB 90 78 84 83 79 88 90 85 93 59 95 32


    97 C. Pace NYJ ROLB 82 77 88 78 78 75 83 84 92 59 84 49


    99 B. Thomas NYJ LOLB 75 73 86 76 77 67 76 70 92 46 72 30


    52 D. Harris NYJ MLB 74 72 77 77 76 72 88 81 94 74 87 45


    50 V. Gholston NYJ LOLB 70 75 87 87 79 54 76 84 93 82 79 47


    94 M. Murrell NYJ ROLB 64 75 79 76 70 44 86 80 88 70 79 45


    53 L. Izzo NYJ MLB 61 69 75 72 69 85 60 66 70 55 74 43


    96 J. Trusnik NYJ MLB 55 72 84 70 68 58 72 70 88 75 60 44



    KICKERS AND PUNTERS
    NUM NAME TM POS OVR SPD ACC STR AGL AWR STA TGH INJ POW ACR



    3 J. Feely NYJ K 77 55 53 39 51 81 84 60 82 88 88



    1 E. Wilbur NYJ P 38 64 66 54 60 30 85 75 90 88 71




    DEFENSIVE LINEMEN
    NUM NAME TM POS OVR SPD ACC STR AGL AWR STA TGH INJ JMP TCK CAT


    77 K. Jenkins NYJ DT 95 61 78 97 62 85 71 80 75 50 88 18


    92 S. Ellis NYJ LE 86 66 78 91 65 89 82 87 89 61 90 23


    71 M. Douglas NYJ RE 72 64 78 85 67 80 66 88 94 49 83 29


    91 S. Pouha NYJ DT 68 56 75 92 61 72 55 70 86 55 78 25


    95 H. Green NYJ DT 66 59 67 82 58 66 62 73 75 47 72 17


    98 K. Brown NYJ LE 56 58 72 87 64 53 65 78 90 32 65 20


    70 M. Devito NYJ LE 50 58 75 84 60 49 57 70 88 50 63 20



    DEFENSIVE BACKS
    NUM NAME TM POS OVR SPD ACC STR AGL AWR STA TGH INJ JMP TCK CAT


    25 K. Rhodes NYJ FS 92 82 90 68 80 86 95 85 95 92 84 58


    24 D. Revis NYJ CB 91 90 95 59 95 85 97 65 95 93 64 71


    36 J. Leonhard NYJ SS 79 83 86 58 86 78 96 88 92 82 65 75


    26 L. Sheppard NYJ CB 77 88 93 47 94 78 86 76 85 87 38 72


    21 D. Lowery NYJ CB 72 85 87 56 92 69 94 78 94 88 58 66


    33 E. Smith NYJ SS 67 77 82 66 88 62 89 80 91 79 71 45


    31 A. Carroll NYJ CB 65 93 92 48 89 56 91 85 88 87 48 60


    34 D. Strickland NYJ CB 63 86 85 54 85 61 85 80 80 77 54 62


    44 J. Ihedigbo NYJ FS 59 83 82 62 85 39 85 76 90 84 66 52


    30 D. Coleman NYJ CB 48 82 86 55 85 59 90 75 88 87 44 46



    OVR: Overall SPD: Speed ACC: Acceleration STR: Strength AGL: Agility AWR: Awareness STA: Stamina TGH: Toughness INJ: Injury JMP: Jumping CAT: Catching CAR: Carrying THP: Throwing Power THA: Throwing Accuracy PBK: Pass Blocking RBK: Run Blocking POW: Kicking Power ACR: Kicking Accuracy TCK: Tackling KR: Kick Returning
     
  18. Tballlz63

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    Kenyon Coleman is a... 79 overall. that is bullshit!!
     
  19. Mr Electric

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    Keller is faster than every receiver except Clowney and Stuckey...and he's only 1 speed point below Stuckey.

    MISMATCH against linebackers online.
     
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    He was a nightmare last year, he will be again this year...
     

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