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EA Sports releases Eagles' offensive player ratings for Madden 25

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For most sports gamers, the annual release of EA Sports' Madden series is like Christmas (or Hanukkah) come early. The video game mainstay has been pumping out product and pulling in sales for 25 years. With the release of this years game, entitled "Madden 25," will hit stores in just 10 days and the internet is buzzing about the latest edition to the extremely successful franchise.

The first thing most fans do is check their team's and its players' ratings. EA Sports has saved fans some trouble and released ratings for all offensive players this week. Below are the Eagles' offensive player ratings (ranked from highest to lowest) for you to pick at and judge:

First Name Last Name Position Jersey Overall
Evan Mathis LG 69 98
LeSean McCoy HB 25 93
Donnie Jones P 8 91
Jason Peters LT 71 88
Todd Herremans RG 79 87
Brent Celek TE 87 85
DeSean Jackson WR 10 85
Jeremy Maclin WR 18 83
James Casey FB 85 82
Michael Vick QB 7 81
Alex Henery K 6 80
Jason Kelce C 62 79
Lane Johnson RT 65 79
Jason Avant WR 81 79
Bryce Brown HB 34 77
Felix Jones HB 37 76
Nick Foles QB 9 75
Zach Ertz TE 86 75
Clay Harbor TE 82 74
Danny Watkins LG 63 73
Matt Barkley QB 2 73
Arrelious Benn WR 17 73
Dennis Kelly RT 67 70
Riley Cooper WR 14 70
Allen Barbre LG 76 69
Dallas Reynolds C 66 68
Dennis Dixon QB 3 68
Chris Polk HB 32 67
Ed Wang LT 77 67
Damaris Johnson WR 13 67
Matt Tennant C 68 65
Nate Menkin RT 74 65
Greg Salas WR 19 65
Julian Vandervelde RG 61 64
B.J. Cunningham WR 88 64
G.J. Kinne QB 4 63
Emil Igwenagu FB 41 62
Derek Carrier TE 89 62
Matt Kopa LT 78 58
Nick Miller WR 16 56
Jon Dorenbos LS 46 45

Evan Mathis is surprisingly given his props. The left guard is the highest rated at his position in the latest Madden and is also the team's highest-rated player. The Eagles only have 11 players ranked higher than 80 (two of which are special teamers), which is to be expected after the team's performance last year. The only really surprising (and perhaps clueless) ratings are Damaris Johnson at 67, while Danny Watkins sits pretty with a 73 and Riley Cooper was given a pitiful 70. Cooper may not be spectacular but I think he deserves at least a 74-75.

What are your thoughts on the Eagles' offensive player ratings? Any that you think are way too high (Todd Herremans at an 87 after the year he had)? Any too low?

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