Predicting Madden 2012 Player Ratings: Rookie RBs

July 9, 2011 at 10:08 am Leave a comment

Here are Madden 2012 Player Ratings that I’ve created for the 2011 NFL season.  I created these ratings by comparing past rookies in the John Madden series as well as my own knowledge and opinion.  I encourage everyone to comment and share their thoughts so that we can come up with accurate ratings.  The game and ratings don’t come out for more than a month, so let’s have some fun.   Also, see the ratings for rookie Wide Receivers and Quarterbacks.

 OVR  SPD  ACC  AGI  CAR  CTH  ELU  JUK  STF  TRU
Mark Ingram  82  88  89  86  88  60  70  80  70  90
Ryan Williams  79  92  92  90  86  63  75  84  60  86
Mikel Leshoure  77  89  87  87  85  60  73  82  65  88
Daniel Thomas  75  90  88  89  82  69  75  85  65  84
Shane Vereen  72  94  93  90  74  66  71  85  50  75
Jacquizz Rodgers  70  93  91  92  77  65  74  87  50  79
Delone Carter  70  86  90  85  80  60  65  80  60  88
Kendall Hunter  68  88  89  89  78  67  68  83  55  85
Demarco Murray  68  91  90  92  75  70  75  88  55  80
Jordan Toddman  65  88  89  88  75  64  70  86  50  82
Roy Helu  65  80  86  85  78  53  50  73  55  86

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