Madden 11 Winners Via Draft – Madden 11 Rookie Ratings

3. The Rams made a few good additions with Sam Bradford and I believe Marty Gilyard in the 4th round. They still need tons of help but look improved.

2. The Cowboys made another strong play which PROVES that Jerry Jones does infact play Madden. They traded up for a top 3 Madden Stud in the Draft, Dez Bryant. However Dez is only 6’2 and this moves likely means they move Roy Williams.

The Day 1 winners were the Denver Bronco’s. They picked up a Great WR from GT early instead of Dez Bryant who is taller and just as athletic (In Madden) They then traded back up to get Tim Tebow who will be a great Madden weapon when used properly. I think the Bronco’s easily improved themselves more than any other team.

Buffalo nabbed CJ Spiller with the 8th pick, which makes them a better but still terrible team in Madden. They could have added nearly anyone and stayed terrible. Just not fun to play with.

The Patriots and Giants had a chance to really improve and were in good positions, however the Pats moved down and selected non impact players. Depending on Welkers opening day health, this team could struggle in Madden 11. The Giants added to there already crowded D-line however if the 5-2 is popular next year, they have a great rotation. Plus if the game still rates LB/DE type players well, you can raise hell with that defense!

Credit has to also go the Chargers who got us a nice RB from Fresno State in Ryan Matthews. He is a solid overall talent to replace LT and lets us keep Sproles at the speed back with our popular 2 back style.

Here are some rookie ratings for Madden 11

You can check out more at EA Sports site and discuss them at Pasta Padre’s site as well.

Just want to say great job by EA Sports, they posted the ratings instantly and allowed fans to vote on the ratings. This was interactive and you got to see tons of stats early. Props to Pasta as well for running a nice live chat by using cover it live and following the draft intensely.

Sam Bradford (Rams) 80
Ndamukong Suh (Lions) 85
Gerald McCoy (Bucs) 84
Trent Williams (Redskins) 79
Eric Berry (Chiefs) 85
Russell Okung (Seahawks) 82
Joe Haden (Browns) 79
Rolando McClain (Raiders) 79
CJ Spiller (Bills) 79
Tyson Alualu (Jaguars) 69
Anthony Davis (49ers) 75
Ryan Mathews (Chargers) 77
Brandon Graham (Eagles) 78
Earl Thomas (Seahawks) 81
Jason Pierre-Paul (Giants) 79
Derrick Morgan (Titans) 79
Mike Iupati (49ers) 84
Maurkice Pouncey (Steelers) 76
Sean Weatherspoon (Falcons) 75
Kareem Jackson (Texans) 70
Jermaine Gresham (Bengals) 78
Demaryius Thomas (Broncos) 74
Bryan Bulaga (Packers) 78
Dez Bryant (Cowboys) 80
Tim Tebow (Broncos) 70
Dan Williams (Tennessee) 76
Devin McCourty (Patriots) 74
Jared Odrick (Dolphins) 76
Kyle Wilson (Jets) 76
Jahvid Best (Lions) 74
Jerry Hughes (Colts) 74
Patrick Robinson (Saints) 75

2nd Round
Rodger Saffold (Rams) 71
Chris Cook (Vikings) 70
Brian Price (Bucs) 75
Dexter McCluster (Chiefs) 70
Nate Allen (Eagles) 75
T.J. Ward (Browns) 65
Arrelious Benn (Bucs) 72
Koa Misi (Dolphins) 67
Torell Troup (Bills) 57
Rob Gronkowski (Patriots) 77
Sergio Kindle (Ravens) 78
Lamaar Houston (Raiders) 70
Zane Beadles (Broncos) 68
Linval Joseph (Giants) 66
Daryl Washington (Cardinals) 70
Jimmy Clausen (Panthers) 76
Taylor Mays (49ers) 75
Javier Arenas (Chiefs) 71
Toby Gerhart (Vikings) 71
Jason Worilds (Steelers) 63
Jermaine Cunningham (Patriots) 53
Carlos Dunlap (Bengals) 74
Sean Lee (Cowboys) 69
Mike Neal (Packers) 65
Terrence Cody (Ravens) 72
Ben Tate (Texans) 69
Montario Hardesty (Browns) 70
Golden Tate (Seahawks) 77
Vladimir Ducasse (Jets) 75
Brandon Spikes (Patriots) 72
Pat Angerger (Colts) 61
Charles Brown (Saints) 76

3rd Round
Jerome Murphy (Rams) 70
Amari Spievey (Lions) 68
Myron Lewis (Bucs) 64
Jon Asamoah (Chiefs) 77
Jared Veldheer (Raiders) 68
Ed Dickson (Ravens) 65
Morgan Burnett (Packers) 70
Alex Carrington (Bills) 62
John Jerry (Dolphins) 65
D’Anthony Smith (Jaguars) 68
Major Wright (Bears) 67
Chad Jones (Giants) 65
Damian Williams (Titans) 74
Brandon LaFell (Panthers) 71
Donald Butler (Chargers) 72
J.D. Walton (Broncos) 64
Earl Mitchell (Texans) 57
Emmanuel Sanders (Steelers) 66
Corey Peters (Falcons) 50
Jordan Shipley (Bengals) 68
Colt McCoy (Browns) 72
Daniel Te’o Nesheim (Eagles) 54
Eric Decker (Broncos) 66
Andre Roberts (Cardinals) 64
Armanti Edwards (Panthers) 60
Taylor Price (Patriots) 55
Novarro Bowman (49ers) 73
Shawn Lauvau (Browns) 63
Tony Moeaki (Chiefs) 65
Kevin Thomas (Colts) 65
Jimmy Graham (Saints) 64
Brandon Ghee (Bengals) 68

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About the Author: ZFarls is a 23 Year Old Madden Baller from Boston, MA. Along with Sgibs, he owns Madden Bible and looks to give players advanced strategies and tactics to win more madden games. He preaches confidence in what you are running and knowing the situation you are in. Everything else will come naturally!

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  1. [...] Armanti Edwards (Panthers) 60. Taylor Price (Patriots) 55. Novarro Bowman (49ers) 73. Shawn Lauvau (Browns) 63. Tony Moeaki (Chiefs) 65. Kevin Thomas (Colts) 65. Jimmy Graham (Saints) 64. Brandon Ghee (Bengals) 68 …Next Page [...]

  2. 2ndhandsoxx says:

    Eric Berry highest rated overall rookie… interesting

  3. WFColonel56 says:

    No love for SEA? I knw that the 1st round wasnt a “madden pick” but they did some work in this draft. They got Tate, a solid WR imo. and they traded for White (tenn) and Washington (NYJ) so now they got speed and power to go with Tate…

    And smh at donnie more rating “Corey Peters (Falcons) 50″
    so low….he should be at least a 68 ovr and Donnie gave him no kind of pow/fin moves….And i think Peters went 1st team SEC this past year…smh

  4. [...] rookies drafted within the first 3 rounds have also been released. LB Sergio Kindle was rated 78 and DT Terrence Cody was given a 74. Not bad for rookies. Hopefully [...]

  5. poopman says:

    and mardy gilyards rating is….

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