Changes Of Madden NFL 16 Ratings

If there’s one word to describe Odell Beckham Jr., it would be unstoppable. His monster MNF performance is becoming commonplace, as he snagged 7 catches for 166 and 2 TDs – one of which was a thing of pure beauty. For his play, the human highlight reel received a +1 (95) OVR.

Madden NFL 16 Ratings

The Carolina Panthers continue their dominant run Madden 16 Coins. Their defense was rock solid last week against Atlanta, allowing a whopping 0 points. Leading the charge on defense was safety Kurt Coleman. His 9 tackle, 1 interception performance netted him a +2 (86) OVR.

Here are some other notable Madden NFL 16 Ratings changes:

GOING UP
Khalil Mack +2 (95)
Russell Wilson +1 (94)
Alshon Jeffery +1 (94)
T.Y. Hilton +1 (92)
Everson Griffen +2 (91)
Antonio Gates +1 (89)
Ted Ginn Jr. +2 (80)
A.J. McCarron +1 (73)

GOING DOWN
Julio Jones -1 (97)
Calvin Johnson -1 (96)
Dez Bryant -1 (93)
Charles Woodson -2 (91)
Andy Dalton -1 (89)
Anquan Boldin -1 (89)
Robbie Gould -2 (86)
Amari Cooper -1 (84)
Andre Johnson -1 (83)
Stefon Diggs -2 (80)

All Songs in the Madden NFL 16 Soundtrack

Madden NFL 16 includes 30-song soundtrack has brand-new cuts from artists such as Brooke Candy, Jimi Charles Moody, LunchMoney Lewis, Robert DeLong, and Youngblood Hawke.

“For the last few years, our Madden soundtracks focused on recreating the stadium experience,” EA executive Steve Schnur said in a statement. “But with Madden 16 Coins, we’ve now returned to our roots for introducing new artists and new music. This soundtrack is truly one of our most adventurous, and one we think fans will enjoy the mix of genres and artists we’ve included.”

Below you can listen the songs through the Spotify playlist:

Top High Rated Wide Receivers in Madden 16

The best wide receivers are some of the most graceful athletes in the entire sports universe. Whether they’re impressive physical specimens or simply phenomenal route runners. Here are the top-rated wide receivers in Madden NFL 16.

More interesting News:

Top 5 Best Teams in the History of the NFL

MUT Best Offensive and Defensive Playbooks Guide

How to Earn Extra Madden 16 Coins

1. ANTONIO BROWN (97 OVR)

PITTSBURGH STEELERS

5’10, 186 POUNDS

The NFL’s leading receiver has top marks with 99 Catching and 99 Route Running. His raw skills include 90 SPD/96 ELUS/91 ACC. Other outstanding ratings are 95 JKM, 93 SPC, 98 CIT.

2. DEZ BRYANT (96 OVR)

DALLAS COWBOYS

6’2, 220 POUNDS

Fight for the ball with Bryant’s three 98s for Catching, Jumping, and Spectacular Catch. He’ll get there with 89 SPD/90 ACC/92 ELUS and breaking loose is easy with 91 SPM/95 JKM.

3. CALVIN JOHNSON (95 OVR)

DETROIT LIONS

6’5, 236 POUNDS

Megatron still beats press coverage with 98 Release, and his catching skills really shine with 97 CTH/91 CIT/98 SPC. Other standouts are 93 AGI/90 JKM/92 RTE.

4. ODELL BECKHAM JR. (94 OVR)

NEW YORK GIANTS

5’11, 198 POUNDS

It’s no surprise that the Madden NFL 16 cover athlete has 99 Spectacular Catch. Other superlatives are 97 CTH/97 RTE/96 JKM. His physical skills impress with 92 SPD/93 ACC/94 ELUS.

5. JULIO JONES (94 OVR)

ATLANTA FALCONS

6’3, 220 POUNDS

Already in his fifth year, Jones has emerged as one of the game’s premier wideouts. He brings 97 Spectacular Catch and three 94s in Catching, Catch in Traffic, and Agility. He also shines with 92 SPD/92 ACC/87 ELUS, as well as 87 JMP/91 RTE.

High Rated OL Player In Madden 16

The top offensive linemen bring us a 98 OVR player and the league’s strongest player. Ratings for QBs, WRs, and RBs do not mean much without a good OL doing the dirty work! Here are the high rated offensive linemen in Madden NFL 16.

Top 5 High Rated OL Player in Madden 16

5. ANDREW WHITWORTH (95 OVR)

CINCINNATI BENGALS LT

6’7, 330 POUNDS

Whitworth will be challenged by talented rookies Cedric Ogbuehi and Jake Fisher. He’ll be hard to unseat with 94 Strength, 98 Pass Blocking, and 89 Run Blocking.

ALSO 95 OVR

Evan Mathis (LG – Free Agent)

Joe Thomas (LT – Cleveland Browns)

 

4. NICK MANGOLD (95 OVR)

NEW YORK JETS C

6’4, 307 POUNDS

The six-time Pro Bowler has 91 Strength, and shows his veteran technique with 93 Run Blocking and 90 Pass Blocking.

 

3. JASON PETERS (96 OVR)

PHILADELPHIA EAGLES LT

6’4, 328 POUNDS

Peters starts with a league-best 98 Strength. His 97 Pass Blocking will be crucial to protecting the fragile Sam Bradford, and 96 Run Blocking will help make life easier for new additions DeMarco Murray and Ryan Mathews.

 

2. JOSH SITTON (97 OVR)

GREEN BAY PACKERS LG

6’3, 318 POUNDS

Sitton provides NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers with the protection he needs thanks to 96 Pass Blocking and 88 Run Blocking. Sitton is a key component to the Packers’ high-scoring offense.

 

1. MARSHAL YANDA (98 OVR)

BALTIMORE RAVENS RG

6’3, 305 POUNDS

Yanda is one of the game’s elite guards, and is playing for a contract extension in 2015. His 99 Run Blocking is tops in the league, and he also brings 90 Pass Blocking and 94 Strength.