Chicago Bears Madden Ratings By Position: Who got snubbed?
The new ratings for Madden 19 have released for every player. How do the Chicago Bears players rank?
With the new release of Madden is the obsession over where everyones favorite players are ranked. Most people see their favorite player is too low and cannot believe someone would say their rivals rating deserves to be higher.
The new ratings release made waves on the internet last night. It has become a national phenomenon. With that in mind, we go through the entire roster and pick out who has been snubbed, and who has been given some serious love.
Mitch Trubisky 74, Chase Daniel, 67, Tyler Bray, 60
This seems about on for Daniel and Bray. However, this is certainly low for Mitchell Trubisky. Even off of a down rookie season, the thought was he would be in the upper 70s, if not an 80.
Jordan Howard 85, Tarik Cohen, 83, Benny Cunningham, 70, Taquan Mizzell, 69, Ryan Nall, 62
It was nice to see Cohen recognized for his skill. However, you would think that Jordan Howard would have been a touch higher. Even with his pass catching deficiencies, he is as good as any runner between the tackles in the NFL.
Allen Robinson, 87, Taylor Gabriel, 81, Anthony Miller, 74, Josh Bellamy, 73, Kevin White, 73, Bennie Fowler, 72, Marlon Brown, 70, Javon Wims, 68, Tanner Gentry, 61, Demarcus Ayers, 59
While Miller may feel low, he is about on par with where he should be compared to other receivers in his draft class. Other than that it is tough to find any complaints here, although it will be interesting to see if Wims can add to his value at some point.
Trey Burton, 84, Zach Miller, 81, Dion Sims, 77, Adam Shaheen 76, Daniel Brown, 70
It is nice to see them get Zach Miller in the game this year. Burton seems aggressively high, but that is what they are paying him for. Also, we can all see it coming but Shaheen will finish the year ahead of Dion Sims.
Cody Whitehair, 81, Charles Leno, 79, Kyle Long, 79, James Daniels, 74, Bobby Massiv, 71, Jordan Morgan, 70, Earl Watford, 70, Bradley Sowell, 67, Hroniss Grasu, 64, Eric Kush 63, Dejon Allen, 62
Whitehair leading the pack is not much of a surprise. However, you would have thought maybe that Long and Leno were at the 81 mark and Whitehair was a touch higher. Overall, this entire group seems to have something to prove this season. The biggest mover will be Eric Kush, who may compete for starter time this season.
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Akiem Hicks, 86, Eddie Goldman, 78, Jon Bullard, 74, John Jenkins, 72, Nick Williams, 71, Roy Robertson-Harris, 69, Bilal Nichols, 68
This is easily the most frustrating. First, the obvious disrespect of Akiem Hicks. However, Roy Robertson-Harris lower than Nick Williams? Nope. They also included Rashaad Coward as a defensive lineman, but that is an easy mistake to make at this point unless you are in-depth follower. Still, you can now see exactly how much time they put into these.
Danny Trevathan, 84, Roquan Smith, 81, Leonard Floyd, 79, Nick Kwiatkoski, 78, Aaron Lynch, 76, John Timu, 70, Joel Iyigebuniwe, 68, Kylie Fitts, 67, Isaiah Irving 67
We knew coming in that this would be a weak unit on the roster. Floyd coming off of an ACL still feels low at 79, though. The rest is about right here.
Bryce Callahan, 80, Kyle Fuller, 80, Prince Amukamara, 79, Cre’Von LeBlanc, 75, Marcus Cooper, 73, Sherrick McManis, 69, Doran Grant 67, Rashard Fant, 65, Michael Joseph,65
Give it up for Bryce Callahan. The slot cornerback is starting to get some respect, although it initially looks low for Kyle Fuller and Prince Amukamara. It is also interesting that Fant and Joseph made Madden, but no sign of Kevin Toliver.
Adrian Amos, 90, Eddie Jackson, 80, DeAndre Houston-Carson, 68, Deon Bush, 65, Deiondre’ Hall, 65
Adrian Amos is the top player on the Chicago Bears. I would have went with Hicks, but it is a worthy discussion. Bush feels a bit low, but the rest feels fair.