2019 Colts Midseason Review: Madden 20 Ratings

At 5-3 heading into Sunday’s Week 10 matchup against the Miami Dolphins, the Indianapolis Colts have reached the midpoint of the 2019 season. Here’s a comprehensive look back at the first eight games, continuing with the team’s ratings in EA Sports' Madden 20.

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INDIANAPOLIS —At 5-3 heading into Sunday's Week 10 matchup against the Miami Dolphins, the Indianapolis Colts have reached the midpoint of the 2019 season. Here's a comprehensive look back at the first eight games, continuing with the team's ratings in EA Sports' Madden 20.

OFFENSE

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PlayerPositionMadden 20 Current RatingMadden 20 Initial RatingTrend
Quenton NelsonGuard9287+5
T.Y. HiltonWide Receiver91910
Eric EbronTight End86860
Anthony CastonzoTackle8584+1
Ryan KellyCenter8583+2
Jack DoyleTight End8486-2
Marlon MackRunning Back8482+2
Braden SmithTackle8381+2
Devin FunchessWide Receiver80800
Nyheim HinesRunning Back77770
Jacoby BrissettQuarterback7571+4
Mark GlowinskiGuard74740
Chester RogersWide Receiver74740
Jordan WilkinsRunning Back72720
Parris CampbellWide Receiver71710
Mo Alie-CoxTight End70700
Zach PascalWide Receiver7068+2
Deon CainWide Receiver6867+1
Ashton DulinWide Receiver65N/AN/A
Joe HaegGuard/Tackle6463+1
Brian HoyerQuarterback6264-2
Josh AndrewsCenter5857+1
Jonathan WilliamsRunning Back58580
Le'Raven ClarkTackle/Guard56560

Some notes:

— Nelson, at 92 overall, is tied for the 10th-highest ranked offensive lineman in the game, and tied for the third-highest guard. His 97 strength rating, meanwhile, is the best among all NFL offensive linemen.

— Brissett's overall rating of 75 ranks tied for 24th among all NFL quarterbacks in the game. Those curiously ranked better than him include Josh Allen, Jameis Winston and Teddy Bridgewater. ¯\(ツ)

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DEFENSE

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PlayerPositionMadden 20 Current RatingMadden 20 Initial RatingTrend
Justin HoustonDefensive End87870
Darius LeonardLinebacker8584+1
Malik HookerSafety8382+1
Jabaal SheardDefensive End8182-1
Pierre DesirCornerback80800
Kenny Moore IICornerback79790
Denico AutryDefensive Tackle/End76760
Clayton GeathersSafety7678-2
Margus HuntDefensive Tackle7475-1
Quincy WilsonCornerback7374-1
Tyquan LewisDefensive Tackle/End72720
Rock Ya-SinCornerback7270+2
Khari WillisSafety7166+5
Anthony WalkerLinebacker7069+1
Ben BanoguDefensive End69690
George OdumSafety6968+1
Trevon ColeyDefensive Tackle68680
Carl DavisDefensive Tackle68680
Matthew AdamsLinebacker67670
Marvell Tell IIICornerback6766+1
Bobby OkerekeLinebacker6766+1
Zaire FranklinLinebacker66660
Al-Quadin MuhammadDefensive End66660
Grover StewartDefensive Tackle65650
E.J. SpeedLinebacker6261+1
Shakial TaylorCornerback62N/AN/A
Rolan MilliganSafety58580

Some notes:

— Houston, at 87 overall, is tied for the 12th-highest rated defensive end in the game. His 90 power rating is the second-best among all defensive ends; only Ndamukong Suh (90) has a better power rating.

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SPECIAL TEAMS

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PlayerPositionMadden 20 Current RatingMadden 20 Initial RatingTrend
Adam VinatieriKicker7578-3
Rigoberto SanchezPunter74740
Luke RhodesLong Snapper*37370

*Long snappers are rated as tight ends in the game.

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