Madden 18 & Black Friday: The Most Notable Rookie Risers And Fallers
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Today, Let's Discuss The Biggest Risers And Fallers In Madden NFL 18 Ratings
Here Are The Most Notable Rookie Risers:
T.J. Watt, OLB, Steelers: The younger brother of 99er J.J. Watt is making his own moves.
Kareem Hunt, RB, Chiefs: A third-round pick out of Toledo, Hunt was a 75 at launch. The potential was there, but he was behind Spencer Ware on the depth chart.
Deshaun Watson, QB, Texans: Watson has the highest Total QBR in the league (81.9) and fifth-highest passer rating (103.0).
Others to note: Jaguars RB Leonard Fournette (81 to 85), Browns DE Myles Garrett (83 to 82), Kupp (74 to 78) and Bears RB Tarik Cohen (72 to 79).
Michael Burton, FB, Chicago: Burton was a free agent in the game when it was released.
Ramik Wilson, MLB, Kansas City: Madden is spot on, although it might have thought too much of Wilson's play to start.
Matt Ryan, QB, Falcons: He's still throwing for a lot of yards, but not looking like the MVP he was last year.
A few others to note: Patriots OLB David Harris (81 to 71), Browns OLB Jamie Collins (85 to 75), Steelers FS J.J. Wilcox (81 to 70) and Falcons fullback Derrick Coleman (75 to 61).
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