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Madden 22 Ratings Unveiled for NFLSU Tigers

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For you gamers out there, the latest edition of Madden drops on Friday. Madden ‘22 will go against the norm and have, wait for it...TWO athletes on the cover Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes. Real innovative shit by EA.

Anyway, a new Madden means we can finally play as some of our favorite Tigers since the rebooted NCAA football video game is still years away. Let’s take a gander at the ratings Madden gave out.

Joe Burrow: 77 overall

Pretty fair since his offensive line chopped his knee in half. Burrow looked to be last season’s rookie of the year winner before chaos struck. They also gave him an 83 speed rating maybe it’s not ahem DECEPTIVE after all?

Tyrann Mathieu: 95 overall

Tre’Davious White: 93 overall

Jamal Adams: 90 overall

Mathieu, White, and Adams are the first, second, and third highest rated LSU players on Madden and that makes sense seeing as they’re probably the 1,2,3 best players currently in the NFL that went to LSU.

Odell Beckham: 89 overall

Justin Jefferson: 87 overall

Despite coming off an ACL tear, Odell’s name still carries a lot of weight in the NFL. He’s the highest ranked LSU receiver ever so slightly ahead of Jets. Jefferson’s 87 rating is tied with a few others for 12th overall among receivers. It is cool as hell that Jefferson’s already thought of as one of the best at his position.

Clyde Edwards-Helaire: 84 overall

Haters, of which there are many, will say his numbers are a little inflated because he plays for the awesome Kansas City offense. Don’t listen to these people. Kansas City invested in its offensive line this offseason so hopefully we’ll see a more realized CEH in 2021.

Devin White: 85 overall

Look I know these rating things don’t really matter but Devin White is absurdly underrated. White is ranked 10th at his position. And to that I say go back and watch Tampa’s run to the Super Bowl. Watch that fast as hell wrecking ball in pewter and white ruin opposing offenses. Go watch White basically beat the Chiefs by himself and tell me there’s 10 middle linebackers better than him with a straight look on your face. You can’t.

There’s about 50 LSU guys in the NFL and I’m not about to break down every single one. So here’s a handy little table for the rest of the Tigers.

NFLSU Madden 22 Overall Ratings

Player Madden Overall Rating
Player Madden Overall Rating
La'el Collins 87
Andrew Whitworth 86
Deion Jones 86
Jarvis Landry 84
Donte Jackson 82
Michael Brockers 82
DJ Chark 81
Patrick Peterson 81
Trai Turner 79
Leonard Fournette 78
Kwon Alexander 76
Patrick Queen 76
Ja'Marr Chase 75
Greedy Williams 75
Russell Gage 75
Al Woods 75
Jalen Mills 74
Davon Godchaux 73
Ethan Pocic 73
Darrel Williams 72
Damien Lewis 72
Grant Delpit 71
K'Lavon Chaisson 71
Terrace Marshall 70
Foster Moreau 70
Arden Key 70
Kristian Fulton 70
Kevin Minter 69
Lloyd Cushenberry 69
Tyler Shelvin 68
Jacob Phillips 68
Jabril Cox 67
Duke Riley 67
Tashawn Bower 66
Rashard Lawrence 65
Cyril Grayson 64
Saahdiq Charles 64
Jacoby Stevens 63
Kary Vincent Jr. 63
Stephen Sullivan 63
Racey McMath 63
Frank Herron 62
Thad Moss 62
Breiden Fehoko 60
Will Clapp 59
Badara Traore 54
Reid Ferguson 35
Blake Ferguson 27