Madden NFL 21: Initial Ratings For Colts Veterans, Rookies

The popular EA Sports Madden video game franchise is back once again with “Madden NFL 21.” How did the game rate the Indianapolis Colts’ veterans and rookies this season?


INDIANAPOLIS — The popular EA Sports Madden video game franchise is back once again with "Madden NFL 21."

So how did the game rate the Indianapolis Colts' veterans and rookies heading into the 2020 season?

Well, we already knew a few rookies' ratings going into tonight's SportsCenter Madden Ratings Week show on ESPN, including quarterback Jacob Eason and wide receivers Michael Pittman Jr. and Demon Patmon, as well as running back Jonathan Taylor.

But now every players' rating — well, most of them, at least — has been revealed for the new version of the game, which officially drops in stores on Aug. 28 (although you can play three days early if you snag the MVP Edition; either way, you can pre-order the game right here).

Here are a couple lists, first starting with the Colts' veterans and their overall ratings, as well as a comparison to their final rating in last year's Madden NFL 20 game; below that are the Colts rookies' overall ratings.

Colts Veterans

(Note: not all veterans on the Colts' 90-man offseason roster currently have a Madden NFL 20 rating, and Luke Rhodes, as a long snapper, is rated in the game as a tight end)

Table inside Article
NamePositionMadden NFL 21 Initial RatingMadden NFL 20 Final RatingTrend
Quenton NelsonG94940
DeForest BucknerDT87870
T.Y. HiltonWR8788-1
Anthony CastonzoT85850
Justin HoustonDE8586-1
Ryan KellyC85850
Darius LeonardLB85850
Marlon MackRB8584+1
Malik HookerS82820
Philip RiversQB8284-2
Braden SmithT/G82820
Jack DoyleTE8183-2
Trey BurtonTE8082-2
Kenny Moore IICB8079+1
Denico AutryDT/DE76760
Nyheim HinesRB75750
Kemoko TurayDE75750
Rock Ya-SinCB75750
Zach PascalWR74740
Xavier RhodesCB7476-2
Rigoberto SanchezP74740
Khari WillisS74740
Mark GlowinskiG7374-1
Anthony WalkerLB73730
Parris CampbellWR7271+1
Bobby OkerekeLB7271+1
Jordan WilkinsRB72720
Jacoby BrissettQB7172-1
T.J. CarrieCB71710
Tyquan LewisDT/DE71710
Ben BanoguDE70700
Marcus JohnsonWR70700
Roosevelt NixFB7071-1
Marvell Tell IIICB70700
Chad WilliamsWR70700
George OdumS69690
Matthew AdamsLB67670
Sheldon DayDT67670
Daurice FountainWR67670
Al-Quadin MuhammadDE6766+1
Mo Alie-CoxTE6670-4
Zaire FranklinLB66660
Chase McLaughlinK66660
Ashton DulinWR65650
Grover StewartDT65650
Gerri GreenDE64N/AN/A
Darius JacksonRB64N/AN/A
E.J. SpeedLB6362+1
Xavier GrimbleTE62N/AN/A
Skai MooreLB62620
Artavis ScottWR61N/AN/A
Bruce Anderson IIIRB60N/AN/A
Matt LengelTE60N/AN/A
Rolan MilliganS5958+1
Lafayette PittsCB59N/AN/A
Chad KellyQB5759-2
Le'Raven ClarkT/G56560
Javon PattersonC5658-2
Andrew DonnalT55N/AN/A
Jake EldrenkampG55550
Chaz GreenG53N/AN/A
Luke RhodesLS2437-13

Colts Rookies

(Note: while all nine Colts 2020 draft picks have ratings, just one undrafted rookie on the 90-man roster has one)

Table inside Article
NamePositionMadden NFL 21 Initial Rating
Jonathan TaylorRB73
Michael Pittman Jr.WR71
Julian BlackmonS69
Rodrigo BlankenshipK68
Dezmon PatmonWR64
Jacob EasonQB63
Isaiah RodgersCB63
Rob WindsorDT63
Jordan GlasgowLB62
Danny PinterG61

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