Madden PPV Event

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  1. Coach C.

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    Hey for those Madden players here is a list of some of the guys that they had in the event. Mainly they just covered people of interests and it was a complete waste. Easy way for EA to score some extra cheddar though.

    Full Stats from the PPV In Table (The Transfer from Excel went a bit funny, so a few of the names are cut off slightly:

    Player Name OVR SPD AWR THP THA

    Peyton Manning 99 69 99 95 98
    Tom Brady 98 60 98 92 96
    Carson Palmer 95 56 89 97 95
    Donovan McNabb 94 79 84 95 87
    Matt Hasselbeck 93 64 91 92 91
    Daunte Culpepper92 77 79 98 84
    Jake Delhomme 92 64 92 88 92
    Drew Brees 92 62 88 89 95
    Ben Roethlisber 92 70 87 92 88
    Trent Green 92 51 96 87 96
    Michael Vick 91 93 77 96 79
    Eli Manning 88 61 83 93 89
    Aaron Brooks 84 72 74 94 81
    Steve McNair 87 68 83 91 85
    Brett Favre 88 52 92 97 85

    Player Name OVR SPD AGI CAR BKT

    Shaun Alexander 98 91 89 97 94
    LaDainian Tomli 97 95 95 87 90
    Edgerrin James 96 92 92 91 90
    Larry Johnson 95 93 90 95 96
    Tiki Barber 95 93 94 86 88
    Clinton Portis 94 95 95 85 88
    Warrick Dunn 92 96 97 93 69
    Rudi Johnson 92 87 84 97 95
    Brian Westbrook 91 94 96 85 77
    LaMont Jordan 90 89 86 87 89

    Player Name OVR SPD CTH JMP ACC

    Torry Holt 97 93 98 89 95
    Randy Moss 97 98 95 99 97
    Chad Johnson 97 96 96 94 95
    Steve Smith 97 97 95 91 98
    Marvin Harrison 97 95 99 85 97
    Terrell Owens 97 93 94 91 96
    Hines Ward 94 89 95 86 91
    Larry Fitzgerald93 88 95 97 90
    Santana Moss 92 97 92 85 98
    Reggie Wayne 92 89 95 86 93
    Plaxico Buress 90 92 88 98 90
    Jerry Porter 89 92 88 94 91
    Laveranues Coles88 98 88 82 96
    Keyshawn Johnson88 86 91 88 85
    Brian Finneran 78 85 81 85 82

    Player Name OVR SPD CTH JMP RBK

    Antonio Gates 98 87 90 94 56
    Tony Gonzalez 96 84 92 92 55
    Alge Crumpler 95 85 87 77 59
    Jeremy Shockey 95 84 88 90 54
    Chris Cooley 95 82 90 82 54
    Todd Heap 94 79 88 89 60
    Jason Witten 92 77 85 79 61
    Randy McMichael 91 83 84 88 57
    Jermaine Wiggins89 73 88 62 58
    Erron Kinney 88 66 84 70 63
    L.J. Smith 87 81 82 85 58
    Alex Smith 84 79 84 82 55
    Kellen Winslow 84 85 84 92 56
    Marcus Pollard 84 74 78 82 58
    Courtney Anderso76 79 72 73 59

    Player Name OVR SPD ACC AGI TAK

    Dwight Freeney 98 87 97 87 76
    Marcus Stroud 97 66 84 67 89
    Casey Hampton 97 58 65 59 97
    Michael Strahan 97 76 84 72 85
    Julius Peppers 97 86 92 88 77
    Richard Seymour 97 72 82 70 88
    Jason Taylor 96 82 88 78 83
    Jamal Williams 96 54 70 49 93
    Shaun Rogers 95 63 73 64 92
    Simeon Rice 95 84 94 78 76
    Jevon Kearse 93 85 93 88 74
    Willie McGinest 93 79 87 75 90
    Bryant Young 89 64 71 59 90
    Warren Sapp 86 65 82 66 54
    Gerris Wilkinson74 80 78 84 79

    Player Name OVR SPD ACC AWR TAK

    Brian Urlacher 98 88 93 92 95
    Ray Lewis 98 83 83 98 96
    Derrick Brooks 97 82 86 98 89
    Joey Porter 97 85 95 92 90
    Zach Thomas 96 75 80 98 96
    Julian Peterson 96 86 90 88 91
    Keith Bulluck 96 86 90 86 90
    Al Wilson 95 86 88 92 94
    Takeo Spikes 95 82 83 92 92
    Keith Brooking 95 82 85 90 92
    Shawne Merriman 92 86 95 76 88
    Jonathan Vilma 92 85 93 88 93
    Ian Gold 91 88 92 82 85
    Lavar Arrington 90 87 93 73 87
    Demarcus Ware 86 84 93 70 87

    Player Name OVR SPD ACC AWR JMP

    Champ Bailey 98 98 98 93 94
    Ty Law 97 91 93 97 90
    Chris McAlister 95 94 97 92 97
    Ken Lucas 94 92 94 88 94
    Ronde Barber 94 88 95 95 91
    DeAngelo Hall 93 98 98 83 94
    Rashean Mathis 92 94 93 77 95
    Antoine Winfield92 91 92 92 88
    Patrick Surtain 92 90 95 94 90
    Samari Rolle 91 93 94 93 92
    Deltha O'Neal 90 95 95 78 92
    Terrence Newman 87 96 97 76 92
    Fred Smoot 87 92 95 91 90
    Adam Jones 82 96 97 66 95
    Fabian Washingto79 98 97 63 93

    Player Name OVR SPD ACC AWR JMP

    Ed Reed 99 93 92 93 91
    Troy Polamalu 98 93 95 80 85
    Brian Dawkins 98 90 92 92 87
    Darren Sharper 96 90 92 92 87
    Sean Taylor 95 91 94 71 95
    John Lynch 94 83 85 97 74
    Rodney Harrison 94 82 84 94 70
    Roy Williams 94 85 90 85 78
    Donovan Darius 93 88 89 86 76
    Lawyer Milloy 92 84 85 92 72

    Rookies

    Player Name OVR SPD ACC AWR AGI

    Reggie Bush 87 97 98 55 98
    Mario Williams 86 85 90 40 85
    Vernon Davis 86 92 92 57 89
    D'Brickashaw Fer85 65 87 72 66
    A.J. Hawk 85 87 90 65 84
    Michael Huff 84 93 92 62 92
    Ernie Sims 83 86 88 58 88
    Nick Mangold 83 63 84 62 54
    Haloti Ngata 83 63 77 55 63
    Brodrick Bunkley82 65 87 60 68


    Player Name OVR SPD AWR THP THA

    Vince Young 82 89 56 92 82
    Matt Leinart 82 59 69 90 90
    Jay Cutler 79 68 60 93 86
     
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    That's a fair assessment at this point, i suppose. we'll have to wait and see how he's rated next year to get a character with more realistic attributes.
     
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    I personally think it's funny he's only 1 point slower than Ernie Sims and 2 points slower than Hawk who both ran in the 4.5ish range.
     
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    89 speed for Young?! Man I can't wait...
     
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    Just a correction Manning does not have 69 speed it is 59. Sorry about that. The one thing that bothers me this year is that the guys at EA have alot of man love for this draft class. Overall it is the highest rated draft class ever in Madden and I think too much of it is based on hype. I am an old school Madden guy and feel that no rookie should ever be over 85 at the drafted position.
     
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    I agree. And I'm old "old school", going back to Madden on the Sega Genesis when it came in a green cardboard box (instead of plastic case).

    They should never rate rookies that high, because where does it leave room for improvement? Do they think having a player with stats at 100 within a few years of his career is realistic in any sense?
     
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    How does Reggie have 97 speed and Vernon Davis has 92 speed when they ran similar 40 times?
     
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    They have Winston at 74 and Spencer at 67. Seems weird. Also Mario has 40 awareness, that's like as bad as it gets.
     
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    Mario, 75 strength?

    WTF?

    40 AWR is a bit low. What'd Vince I-can't-spell-my-name-on-the-Wonderlich get?

    Looks like our team got a lot of respect this year, overall. Most of the ratings I agree with, offhand.
     
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    They officially cut Mario's strength in order to make him reasonable. In order to give him stats according to his workouts he would have been rated 91 coming out, so they cut him, plus they wanted Reggie Bush to be rated higher. I feel slighted, also DC only has 67 spd which is about what I expected, but B-Roth has 70 and I know DC is as fast as he is.
     
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    I know. How does Reggie not have a 99 speed I mean he's the best player in the NFL :sarcasm:
     
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    Makes sense then, but it's still a load of bullhock. He should have been rated 88ish coming out, straight up. If they had a problem they should weight the awareness more heavily and leave that in the 50s-60s. He's a DE -- doesn't take a genius to think "rush passer."
     
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    We are going to have a pretty good Madden DL
     
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    NAME Position OVR SPEED STRENGTH
    Mike Flanagan C 92 55 87
    Domanick Davis HB 90 92 68
    Dunta Robinson CB 90 96 57
    Andre Johnson WR 89 95 70
    Robaire Smith DT 87 65 88
    Eric Moulds WR 87 91 69
    Sam Cowart MLB 86 73 81
    Seth Payne DT 86 53 90
    M. Greenwood ROLB 86 85 67
    Mario Williams RE 86 85 75
    Steve McKinney RG 85 58 87
    Anthony Weaver LE 85 67 84
    David Carr QB 84 67 64
    Todd Wade RT 84 49 93
    Kailee Wong LOLB 84 75 74
    Jeb Putzier TE 84 75 72
    Zach Wiegert RT 83 51 87
    P. Buchanon CB 83 97 42
    Jason Babin RE 83 79 69
    Jameel Cook FB 82 70 64
    Mark Bruener TE 81 56 80
    Antowain Smith HB 81 82 76
    Antwan Peek RE 81 79 68
    Chester Pitts LG 81 56 89
    Ndukwe Kalu LE 80 75 69
    Kris Brown K 80 44 26
    Wali Rainer MLB 79 74 77
    Glenn Earl SS 79 86 65
    Travis Johnson DT 79 65 84
    DeMeco Ryans ROLB 79 78 69
    C.C. Brown FS 77 86 62
    David Loverne LG 77 48 88
    Chad Stanley P 76 58 33
    Seth Wand LT 76 51 89
    Vernand Morency HB 76 90 64
    Owen Daniels TE 75 82 64
    Eric Winston RT 74 62 84
    Jerome Mathis WR 74 97 44
    Fred Weary RG 74 52 86
    DaShon Polk MLB 74 74 70
    Jason Simmons FS 73 86 49
    Sage Rosenfels QB 73 57 52
    DeMarcusFaggins CB 73 88 45
    Shantee Orr LOLB 73 74 70
    Wali Lundy HB 72 86 72
    Drew Hodgdon C 71 52 83
    DerickArmstrong WR 71 88 52
    Lewis Sanders CB 70 86 49
    Michael Stone SS 69 90 49
    Chris McKenzie CB 69 90 44
    Quinton Porter QB 67 72 60
    Alfred Malone DT 67 62 82
    Charles Spencer LT 67 50 92
    Kevin Walter WR 67 84 57
     
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    Mario got screwed on the strength category. It is going to be hard for him to run right through people right now in this game.
     
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    I think the ratings we're pretty mixed, with some players overrated and some underrated. Kevin Walter is way too low. Same with Faggins, considering he even started a few games last year. C.C. Brown was also cut no slack. Flanagan was probably rated too high along with Sam Cowart. Looks like as in every game I'll be moving people around so that they are in the right positions, like Anthony Weaver from LE to DT, Babin and Peek at the opposite instaed of the same end as Mario, and DeMeco into MLB. On an exciting note, Chris McKenzie is in the game this year!
     

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