Madden NFL 12 ‘Club 100′ Ratings Winners

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Posted August 29th, 2011 at 5:45 pm

With all the extensive coverage of Madden NFL 12 at the end of last week, along with the availability to play via the ‘Season Ticket’, the announcement of the ‘Club 100′ winners understandably got pushed to the side. Now though lets take a look at the five players who won the right through a vote to receive the coveted 100 rating in a particular category. 

Throw Accuracy: Tom Brady
With 36% of the vote Brady won with relative ease as there was no other player that stood out enough to avoid splitting the remainder of the votes. Peyton Manning came in second followed by Drew Brees, Aaron Rodgers, and Philip Rivers.

Elusiveness: Adrian Peterson
This one is a bit of a surprise as Peterson often makes the highlights with his power runs – though he certainly is elusive as well. He edged out Jamaal Charles, who was perceived to be the favorite, by just 2%. Ray Rice, Danny Woodhead, and LeSean McCoy all finished well behind those two.

Hit Power: James Harrison
With 43% of the vote Harrison had the second largest margin of victory over the runner-up. In this case that was Patrick Willis, who was trailed by Ray Lewis, Clay Matthews, and Ray Maualuga (who got the least percentage of votes of anyone in the campaign with just 2%).

Spectacular Catch: Larry Fitgerald
Here is where there was no competition. Fitzgerald cruised to 52% with Calvin Johnson the runner up at 24%. Not much remained to be split between Braylon Edwards, Brandon Lloyd, and Dez Bryant.

Speed: DeSean Jackson
The other close call came in this category where Jackson beat Chris Johnson by just 4%. Devin Hester, Jacoby Ford, and Jamal Charles all collected 10-13% of the votes.

The 100 ratings were not reflected in the most recent Madden NFL 12 roster update. Instead they are expected to be included in the next update which is likely to coincide with the start of the regular season late next week.

  • http://twitter.com/DC4MVP D.C.

    No real shocks. I’d rather have Brees over Brady in accuracy since Brees IS the most accurate passer in the NFL.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000295534671 Jared Baxter

      Yes. He is very accurate. Especially when throwing at defenders. 22 interceptions last season.

      • Anonymous

        Right!  How can anyone deny Tom Brady’s acccuracy especially when you count all those 5 yd passes to either Danny Woodhead or Wes Welker.  I think a pee wee football player can be as accurate as Tom Brady.

        Oh and don’t forget how much time he gets to throw the ball.  Lets give credit where credit is due.  Tom Brady is only as good as his stellar O line.  Of course we all saw what my Jets did to good old Tom Brady in the playoffs last year.  Brady is a fraud.

        • Princepointe

          Oh please. ANY QB is only as good as his line. Just like any coach is as good as his players or Receiver as good as his QB. Stop hating. The guys average was 7.9 last season which is higher than his career average of 7.4 and was higher than Brees at 7.0 so if your going to attack Brady then attack Brees.

          • Buc

            That argument doesn’t mean much. No QB can make plays if not given time to throw. Some can’t make the plays when they are given time, but there’s no argument Brady, Manning, Brees, Rogers, etc. etc…They can all do it and have proven it in big games. Trying to argue any of these players aren’t legit, elite, future-Hall-of-Fame QB’s is pointless. Brady deserved the 100 and I would not have argued had Manning edged him out. He didn’t, but all five of those guys will be very high in accuracy.  Big deal.

          • Denise Taylor

            Your Jets… Mark Sanchez…… HA!

          • Denise Taylor

            Your Jets… Mark Sanchez…… HA!

        • Denise Taylor

          Mark Sanchez sucks.

        • Denise Taylor

          Mark Sanchez sucks.

        • ball sucker 69

          not you again…..smh

        • Farttits

          “Brady is a fraud” is on a “Brees is not an accurate quarterback” level of cluelessness. Of course I’d be pretty pissed off if my QB was Mark “I was overdrafted and have already peaked” Sanchez and I had to watch the best QB in the league play in the same division.

          ps. I’m a Packer fan, but Brady is the best at the moment. Deal with it.

        • Kelvingault

          lol i wouldglady be a fraud if i had the talent to have a 50 td season,4 int season a couple super bowls with wack receivers and a mvp award wat u smokin on homie?

        • Big DEEZ

          daley why havent you killed yourself yet

        • Big DEEZ

          daley why havent you killed yourself yet

      • Guest

        Shut up Brady fan. Brady is the PRODUCT OF A SYSTEM, he would SUCK anywhere outside of NE. He has good WRs to throw to. Manning makes ANYONE look good, and so does Brees. And I HATE Peyton Manning because I’m a Texans fan. Brady is a whiny little girl too, that’s why there are all of these rules that protect the QB. He’s a P***Y. He needs to go back in time, and play football 30 years ago, QB rules my @$$. 

        • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000295534671 Jared Baxter

          Where did I say I was a Brady fan?

        • Farttits

          Uhh, you realize that the illegal contact rule exists as written because the Colts couldn’t beat the Pats in the ’03 AFC championship right? Before you start blabbing on about what a rugged throwback Manning is you might start by getting a basic idea of what you’re talking about.

      • Farttits

        Brees was hurt most of the season and still posted the best completion percentage by a wide margin. High completion % generally means accurate quarterback. Ints come from bad reads, bad route-running, etc. The QB being so inaccurate that he throws the ball right to the defender is pretty far down the list. (Do you think Brett Favre was unable to throw the ball accurately? His problem was between the ears.)

        In summary, you might not be a Brady fan but you are a gigantic dumbfuck.

    • Kdarnell

      22 INTS is very accurate. The saints fans are just as delusional as the media who thinks Drew is the second coming.

      • http://twitter.com/DC4MVP D.C.

        Hey, I’m a Vikings fan (season ticket holder for that matter). I HATE the Saints (for obvious reasons) but outside of INTs, he’s has lead the league in completion % for the past two season with a 70.6 in 2009 and a 68.1 in 2010.

        Stats don’t lie and are unbiased.

        • http://twitter.com/Adoginawig_ Christian

          How can you talk about accuracy then say “outside of INTs?”

          The only reliable measure of accuracy is INTs.

          Completions can get skewed by drops or dumpoffs but how many times a guy throws to the other team is HUGE.

          • http://twitter.com/DC4MVP D.C.

            Yes, so can INTs. INTs can be from WRs running wrong routes, missing catchable balls, being hit while throwing, etc. Heck, you can even factor in the fact that Brees had the 2nd most passing attempts in the league last season.

            How can you talking about a player’s accuracy and ignore his ACCURACY percentage? Even with 22 INTs, he completed 68% of passes. Shouldn’t matter if they’re dumps or screens or whatever. If that was the case, more QBs would have a higher completion %.If you throw more passes, logic states you’re going to throw more INTs. Example being Brett Favre. Sets many passing records including career yards, attempts, and TDs yet holds the most INTs ever by a QB.On the other hand, logic shows the more passes you throw, the less your accuracy rating should be. Brees still lead the league in completion % in the past two seasons despite throwing the 2nd most passes in 2010 and the 10th most in 2009**.As much as I despise the Saints, the stats point to Brees being the most accurate QB in the league over the span of 2 seasons no matter his INT count.**If Brees would have played 16 games in 2009, his pass attempts would have been 4th in the league based on average passes per game (34)

          • ball sucker 69

            sometimes stuff gets tipped at the line, receivers get hit and knock the ball into the air… there are alot of variables that go into ints.

          • Farttits

            You’re a fucking idiot. INTs can be skewed by receivers running the wrong route, by passes being tipped / bouncing off a receiver’s hands / etc (Eli Manning 2010 season), by the QB being hit as he throws due to poor protection, or for a wide variety of other reasons.

            You know who says that INTs are “the only reliable measure of accuracy?” Idiots like you. You just made it up on the spot. Get a clue.

      • Farttits

        Oh look, another know-nothing stat ‘expert’ that thinks interceptions correlate with accuracy. What’s it like being such a moron?

    • Zackwigs

      Rodgers is, bro.

  • http://twitter.com/DC4MVP D.C.

    No real shocks. I’d rather have Brees over Brady in accuracy since Brees IS the most accurate passer in the NFL.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Bobby-Schonger/100000306175444 Bobby Schonger

    dumb nobody diserves a 100 rating exept troy aikman for acc, chris carter for catching jim brown for trucking and barry sanders for juking and elusivenes. there are more but cant name them. Nobody in todays nfl deservre 100 rating

    • http://twitter.com/THE_REAL_TERREL TERRELL OWENS

      Al Davis frowns upon you for not naming a Raider for 100 speed.

    • http://twitter.com/THE_REAL_TERREL TERRELL OWENS

      Al Davis frowns upon you for not naming a Raider for 100 speed.

      • http://www.facebook.com/people/Julian-Barrera/519093847 Julian Barrera

        You best be listed as a free agent on the game! You makin’ any moves with teams yet?

        • Naw

          lmao you really think thats terrell owens?? lmao its just some dude who wanna be him,

      • http://www.facebook.com/people/Bobby-Schonger/100000306175444 Bobby Schonger

        fastest dude to ever play was probably devin hester and hes not as fast anymore

        • Schonan

          no, its deion sanders. he ran a 4.17 second 40 yard dash. witch i think is still a combine record.

          • Farttits

            Sanders did a 4.17 unofficial and 4.21 official. Bo Jackson 4.12 official, Ted Ginn Jr. 4.06 unofficial. 

            Acceleration, change of direction and lateral quickness are more important than straight-line speed anyway. Ask yourself how many times a game a non-special teamer needs / is able to run in a straight line for more than a few yards at a time.

        • Schonan

          no, its deion sanders. he ran a 4.17 second 40 yard dash. witch i think is still a combine record.

        • Farttits

          lol what? At no point in his career has Hester even been the fastest guy on the Bears, let alone in the history of the league. Danieal Manning runs a faster 40, and now that he’s gone they still have Knox. 

          Folks need to learn the difference between fast and quick. This stuff gets talked about pretty much daily on NFLN and ESPN, all you gotta do is pay attention to something other than the highlight reel.

    • Ryan

      Favre for arm strength, he’s more deserving of a 100 rating than anyone

    • SnubbbS

      You could argue D-Jax or CJ deserve 100 speed. And I can’t remember someone hitting much harder than James Harrison.

      • Guest

        Laron Landry…

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Bobby-Schonger/100000306175444 Bobby Schonger

    dumb nobody diserves a 100 rating exept troy aikman for acc, chris carter for catching jim brown for trucking and barry sanders for juking and elusivenes. there are more but cant name them. Nobody in todays nfl deservre 100 rating

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Bobby-Schonger/100000306175444 Bobby Schonger

    ronnie lott for hit power and toughness

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Bobby-Schonger/100000306175444 Bobby Schonger

    ronnie lott for hit power and toughness

  • http://twitter.com/MJFobbe Matthew Fobbe

    Still can’t believe Ford didnt get 100 speed, fastest man in the league and it’s not even close. 

    • Mikeq672

      that require people to not be stupid though, thats asking too much. Any vote is a popularity contest.

      Ford got my vote.

      • Mikeq672

        would*

        • http://twitter.com/Starfoxleon The Great Leon

          Thats why the votes are stupid they are always popularity. The cover was decided because some people believe in the jinx and hate Vick.

          • Anonymous

            I think a lot of it had to do with the fact that Vick already has a cover. And the Browns really pushed for Hillis around Cleveland, so a lot more people voted than would have normally.

          • http://twitter.com/Starfoxleon The Great Leon

            I’m not sure if you were on ESPN message board during the voting, but a lot of the comments were bad ones towards Vick. An it wasn’t like 100 comments but close to 3000. I know Browns are a popular team, I just see it as dislike for Vick.

          • Anonymous

            I didn’t really pay attention to the board comments. But you also have to remember that he did make it to the finals in the vote. Not saying that it had nothing to do with it, but if that was the sole reason, he wouldn’t have made it through the first round.

      • Mikeq672

        would*

  • Anonymous
  • Kdarnell

    How the HELL is Dez even on the list for spectacular catch?! Dude hasn’t even played a full season yet!

    • Hairykiller

      are you kidding me?! he doesnt even have to play a full season to get spectacular catch! hes a beast and could be the next megatron 

    • Mason Drews

      Did you not see any of his 6 receiving td’s? Quite a few were jump balls in the end zone? Since when did season length determine player ability. . . tell that to Gates who’s a 99 and only played 10 games.

      • Logic

        Yeah I agree Gates is overrated. I think Dez should be top 5 in jumping not spectacular catch. His vertical is through the roof. Someone like Brandon Lloyd is a great spec catcher. He doesn’t have a high vertical and twist and turns in the air and makes catches. Dez has a great vertical.

    • Swiftthegift

      Dez Bryant should be in the jumping category. He has a 38 inch vertical. I don’t agree with spectacualr catch but his jumping ability should be 98.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1499293051 Rock Miller

    “Hey! Ratings don’t mean shit to me and I don’t feel like doing research, let’s just let the fans choose the players ratings.  I mean they aren’t going to pick their favorite player or anything.  They are honest to us like we are honest to them.  Oh wait…..”

    • Anonymous

      Either way, I’m sure the runners up are at 99. I doubt that extra 1 point really makes a difference.

  • Sports Pros

    I admit, I watch the Vikings every single Sunday so I love AP, with that being said, I don’t think he deserves 100 elusiveness. Charles should have got it!

  • DJdallyDAL

    james harrison might deserve the hit but ray lewis invented the hitstick and revolutionized madden forever. it should have been ray lewis :’(

  • Mattlm4

    Brees should have beat out brady
    Peterson breaks tackles not the most elusive
    Desean is quick but i bet Charles is faster
    Brees threw more picks but he also forces more throws than Brady

  • Dymez

    I had a feeling Brady was going to win that accuracy battle…  It should’ve went Aaron Rodgers though, I don’t even like the dude that much but he’s definitely the best pure passer in the game right now.  And when he’s rollin’, you can forget about it.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Julian-Barrera/519093847 Julian Barrera

    Goodell should be in the game so he could get a 100 for his spank rating. 

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  • Kam187

    Chris Johnson should of been in the Elusiveness category….He’s a shifty ass runner and super quick with stopping and changing direction

  • BrownsFan10

    i cant believe how amazing Peterson will be, 100 elusiveness plus his 90+ trucking and likely mid-90′s speed, agility and acceleration….he’ll be a MONSTER in Madden!

  • Jz

    fake ratings for a fake football game.

  • lostnfound

    How in the hell did B.Lloyd get 8% of the vote? He deserves if nothing else to be a close second to Fitz. I know Fitz can be pen even if he isn’t but Lloyd lives off of what can truly be called “spectacular catches”. Lloyd should have won. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Joshua-Maffe/771278573 Joshua Maffe

    ok just started a franchise with the panthers and steelers and was looking at ratings and wanted to know why cameron heyward Rookie re for the steelers says 99 overall ? potential., i understand the potential but 99 OVERALL thats ridiculous hes a rookie

    • juice

      this is preseason rookie ratings. they leave it like that until you play more preseason and unlock with him. it makes cutting players a guessing game more bc you dont know their final overall. he most likely will be a  low 80 high 70s player.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Bobby-Schonger/100000306175444 Bobby Schonger

    can you buy madden at a store like walmart right now, its 7:50 on the east coast and dont want to bike 5 miles for nothing.

    • Amen_Ra’s Boyfriend

      Yes. It went on sale at Walmart at midnight.

  • Koolkidstayfresh

    Who cares about any player having 100 anything because the next player in line will have a 99 anyway. Will that 1 point really make a big difference in Madden? NO! This was nothing but a marketing ploy to get people interested in the game again.

  • Koolkidstayfresh

    Who cares about any player having 100 anything because the next player in line will have a 99 anyway. Will that 1 point really make a big difference in Madden? NO! This was nothing but a marketing ploy to get people interested in the game again.

  • mcstick

    Cheap hits does not equal hardest hits. Willis should have won the 100 for that category, and hopefully we’ll be able to correct in game.

  • Skihawks

    Fitzgerald over CJ in speed?

    • Sports Pros

      Where do you get that from? Jackson beat Chris Johnson by just 4% in the 100 speed category, Fitzgerald wasn’t even an option.

      • Skihawks

        Oops. Read it too fast.

  • Ghost of John Madden

    Roster update?  When?

  • Slimcb2006

    I would like to know when the update rosters will posted on website to download for the xbox 360

  • Whsbomber61

    where’s the list for the first roster update?

  • Whsbomber61

    where’s the list for the first roster update?

  • Chadsmith93

    It’s crazy how people speak down on Drew. I am a die hard Saint’s fan. Been one since the day I was born and have been having season tickets for 6 years. Yes I’m a die hard but one thing in NOT is delusional. People only look at a players last season to judge how good a real is now a days. I don’t know if people forgot, but a couple years ago Drew was 16 yards away from breaking Dan Marino’s passing yard record for a season. Not only did he do that but year before last he SET the record for highest completion percentage EVER! Anddddddddddddd since 2006 Drew has had more passing yards, touchdowns AND better completion percentage than ANY QB in that span. That’s better than Brady, Manning, Rodgers, and Rivers. What more can you ask about a quarterback?

    • Chadsmith93

      in should be I’m, real should be player.

  • Chadsmith93

    It’s crazy how people speak down on Drew. I am a die hard Saint’s fan. Been one since the day I was born and have been having season tickets for 6 years. Yes I’m a die hard but one thing in NOT is delusional. People only look at a players last season to judge how good a real is now a days. I don’t know if people forgot, but a couple years ago Drew was 16 yards away from breaking Dan Marino’s passing yard record for a season. Not only did he do that but year before last he SET the record for highest completion percentage EVER! Anddddddddddddd since 2006 Drew has had more passing yards, touchdowns AND better completion percentage than ANY QB in that span. That’s better than Brady, Manning, Rodgers, and Rivers. What more can you ask about a quarterback?

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001652327730 Chad O’Haver

    Has anyone nobody seen Drew hit the archery bullseye 10 consecutive times when throwing a football? Brady doesn’t throw interceptions because of the design of his offense, not because he’s accurate. Besides, interceptions are almost always thrown due to poor decision-making, not poor accuracy. 

    Sorry, Brees is the NFL’s most accurate passer.

  • John12

    does madden 12 have accelerators? If so where do you go to get them?

  • ball sucker 69

    they should have given desean the 100 acceleration rating instead of speed. 100 speed rating too cheeserish if you ask me.

  • revis

    100 man coverage for revis

  • wwitkayt

    Ok is anyone else experiencing ridiculously high ratings when
    they use an imported draft class? Example, Andrew Luck came in as a 95
    (can’t argue he’s highly touted), however, players like Dre Kirkpatrick
    came in as a 94 and a few other players came in as a 90 overall. Also,
    players who would go in the midrounds in real life are ending up being
    85 overall with A potential. Anyone else? Anything i can do beside edit
    every single player a bring their rating down?

  • Farttits

    If there’s a more perfect example of an exercise in pointlessness than having a bunch of Madden fans who have no idea how real football works or how to analyze raw stats (“Inaccurate quarterbacks throw interceptions!” “High touchdown totals mean good running backs!” etc.)

    We have a bunch of idiots in here citing Brees’ INT total from last year as ‘proof’ that he’s inaccurate. If you’re tempted to think this way please know that it shows you’re clueless. Go take a look at JaMarcus Russell’s INT totals. You’ll find that they aren’t bad, but that his completion percentage was atrocious. In order to throw an INT you have to get the ball close enough to the target that the DB can make a play on it. 

    • Farttits

      Oops, rather: if there’s a more pointless exercise then it don’t know what it is. The fact that Adrian Peterson was even considered for being in the same realm of elusiveness as Charles shows how screwed up Donny’s interpretation of football is. 

      Remember when they stretched the ratings out, and how that was going to differentiate the players so everyone didn’t have 90 speed, things other than speed could matter, and etc? Go take a look at this year’s ratings and see how that turned out: 3/4 of linebackers are in the mid-70s or higher, the slowest QBs in the league (Brady, Manning, Rivers etc) still have 60-65 speed

       Dwight Freeney is faster than most receiving tight ends and many wide receivers. Jamaal Charles/CJohnson/Djax are faster than, ie. Greg Jennings or Roddy White, but the difference is marginal. In reality Jennings isn’t anywhere near as fast as Jackson, but Jackson doesn’t run anywhere near as good of routes as Jennings. In real life, Adrian Peterson is very elusive *for a 6’1 guy who can shove a linebacker out of the way.* He isn’t anywhere near as shifty as Charles, and he isn’t anywhere near as fast as Charles. What is the actual, functional in-game difference between Chris Johnson, Jamaal Charles, and Adrian Peterson? Peterson is stronger in-game, yet somehow just as fast and shifty as the other two. Peterson is a ridiculous physical specimen, amazingly fast for his size and strength, blah blah blah, but the idea that he’s equally shifty and equally quick as pair of speed backs who are 2 inches shorter and 20 pounds lighter than him is a joke.

      Of course, speed is still the only stat that matters for most positions. That’s why they can’t figure out a way to give more than a small handful of wide receivers less than ~85 SPD, why dwight freeney still has a SPD rating that reflects his time in college (10 years younger, 20 pounds lighter), why raw straight-line speed is the most important stat for virtual rush-ends even though they actually rely on first-step quickness and ability to turn the corner and run more than 5-10 yards a couple times a game at most, blah blah. They made a big stink outt’ve making the ratings matter — they don’t. They’re just as unimportant as they ever were, it’s just that the meaningless numbers come in a slightly expanded range now. If they want to get it right they need to quit kidding themselves and fix the engine so there can be *real* disparities in speed, ie most linebackers being somewhere in the 50s or 60s in SPD, a fast DE having something like 70 SPD tops, QBs having enough variation in arm strength that you might actually see a THP score below 75, etc. OVR ratings go from 32-100, yet even the scrubbiest player in the league is in the mid-50s; individual stats go from 10-100, yet every player has a minimum of ~65 in all the stats that are relevant to their position.

      Obviously I could go on, but this is a bad joke and as long as something this fundamental goes unaddressed it doesn’t matter what other bells and whistles they slap on. The foundation is rotten.

    • Farttits

      Oops, rather: if there’s a more pointless exercise then it don’t know what it is. The fact that Adrian Peterson was even considered for being in the same realm of elusiveness as Charles shows how screwed up Donny’s interpretation of football is. 

      Remember when they stretched the ratings out, and how that was going to differentiate the players so everyone didn’t have 90 speed, things other than speed could matter, and etc? Go take a look at this year’s ratings and see how that turned out: 3/4 of linebackers are in the mid-70s or higher, the slowest QBs in the league (Brady, Manning, Rivers etc) still have 60-65 speed

       Dwight Freeney is faster than most receiving tight ends and many wide receivers. Jamaal Charles/CJohnson/Djax are faster than, ie. Greg Jennings or Roddy White, but the difference is marginal. In reality Jennings isn’t anywhere near as fast as Jackson, but Jackson doesn’t run anywhere near as good of routes as Jennings. In real life, Adrian Peterson is very elusive *for a 6’1 guy who can shove a linebacker out of the way.* He isn’t anywhere near as shifty as Charles, and he isn’t anywhere near as fast as Charles. What is the actual, functional in-game difference between Chris Johnson, Jamaal Charles, and Adrian Peterson? Peterson is stronger in-game, yet somehow just as fast and shifty as the other two. Peterson is a ridiculous physical specimen, amazingly fast for his size and strength, blah blah blah, but the idea that he’s equally shifty and equally quick as pair of speed backs who are 2 inches shorter and 20 pounds lighter than him is a joke.

      Of course, speed is still the only stat that matters for most positions. That’s why they can’t figure out a way to give more than a small handful of wide receivers less than ~85 SPD, why dwight freeney still has a SPD rating that reflects his time in college (10 years younger, 20 pounds lighter), why raw straight-line speed is the most important stat for virtual rush-ends even though they actually rely on first-step quickness and ability to turn the corner and run more than 5-10 yards a couple times a game at most, blah blah. They made a big stink outt’ve making the ratings matter — they don’t. They’re just as unimportant as they ever were, it’s just that the meaningless numbers come in a slightly expanded range now. If they want to get it right they need to quit kidding themselves and fix the engine so there can be *real* disparities in speed, ie most linebackers being somewhere in the 50s or 60s in SPD, a fast DE having something like 70 SPD tops, QBs having enough variation in arm strength that you might actually see a THP score below 75, etc. OVR ratings go from 32-100, yet even the scrubbiest player in the league is in the mid-50s; individual stats go from 10-100, yet every player has a minimum of ~65 in all the stats that are relevant to their position.

      Obviously I could go on, but this is a bad joke and as long as something this fundamental goes unaddressed it doesn’t matter what other bells and whistles they slap on. The foundation is rotten.

  • Philly Phil

    Although they are both very fast, Chris Johnson is slightly faster than D-Jax in my opinion. There is even a video of him out running Desean from Shaq Vs.

  • JJk

    Look at the completion % that defines accuracy not TD to INT ratio. Brees has almost 200 more attempts then Brady and still dominated him in completion %. Don’t be say yes but the average yards a pass, due to a person called Rivers he had better avg. with 8.7 and a better completion %. Brady is not the best QB that is what you guys need to realize. 

  • Wilfred

    spectacuar catch should have gone to andre johnson

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    Kick Power: Sebastian Janikowski

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