Las Vegas Raiders Madden NFL 21 top-10 ratings revealed
What Madden NFL 21 got wrong
The Trent Brown score is a little hard for me to grasp. Brown played very well last year and was one of the best right tackles in the game,, earning a Pro Bowl nod. He has solid footwork, very good speed for his size, and can pass block since he played let tackle for a few years too.
Outside of Rodney Hudson, Brown is the best offensive lineman they have on this team right now just due to his ability to play multiple positions, including right, left tackle, and guard, too.
Tyrell Williams is another head-scratcher. Williams is no Randy Moss in his prime, but he’s much better than his 82 rating. Even though he was injured for more than a few games, the receiver still enjoyed a healthy dose of the ball and was a big target for Derek Carr early on. Injuries held him back to his full potential, but when he was right, he was a touchdown machine.
Lamarcus Joyner is a player that I had a lot of hype for in the offseason last year. He was signed from the Los Angeles Rams and was supposed to help the team get back on track against the pass. He struggled, but overall, I believe he is better than his 82 rating.
Overall, Madden has done a good job over the years and gives respect to the Raiders offense, in particular, their offensive line.