Category Archives: Madden NFL 25

How Wide Receivers are Rated in Madden NFL 25

Madden NFL 25 ratings reveals are now underway. Check out the Science of Quarterback Ratings blog, as well as the complete reveal of offensive ratings.

Whether it’s Calvin Johnson out-leaping two defenders in the end zone or Rob Gronkowski making a diving catch over the middle, wide receivers and tight ends provide big plays for offenses.

In Madden NFL 25, the receiving targets are almost as valuable as a good QB. And just like in the real NFL, tight ends are critical assets to the passing game. Madden NFL 25’s top six passing targets include three tight ends and three of the NFL’s most prolific receivers: Calvin Johnson, Rob Gronkowski, Andre Johnson, Jason Witten, Jimmy Graham and Brandon Marshall. Let’s break down a few of their ratings to explore what makes these playmakers so special. Continue reading How Wide Receivers are Rated in Madden NFL 25

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The Science of QB Ratings in Madden NFL 25

Quarterbacks make the football world go ‘round, and it’s no different in Madden NFL 25. Quarterbacks are the most important players on the field and we’ve reflected that in the Madden 25 ratings.  Let’s look at the ratings that make Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, Drew Brees and Matt Ryan the best of the best in Madden NFL 25. Continue reading The Science of QB Ratings in Madden NFL 25

New Audible System and Hot Routes in Madden NFL 25

Madden NFL 25 has taken a giant leap forward on offense by making major improvements to the audible and hot route system. These changes reflect the realistic, on-the-fly adjustments made in an NFL game. Whether a seasoned veteran like Peyton Manning or an up-and-coming star like Robert Griffin III, wholesale changes to a play have restrictions and requirements that allow your personnel to be successful. Continue reading New Audible System and Hot Routes in Madden NFL 25

Many Leaning Towards Waiting for Next-Gen Versions of Games Releasing Twice

Last week polls were posted to gather some data on how consumers who plan to get an Xbox One or PlayStation 4 at launch may be approaching the franchises releasing on 360/PS3 first and later One/PS4. Lets take a look at the results and what they may be suggesting with about three months until next-gen’s arrival. 

Madden NFL 25

Likely buy only One/PS4 version: 31%
Likely buy only 360/PS3 version: 25%
Likely buy both 360/PS3 and One/PS4 versions: 25%

FIFA 14

Likely buy only One/PS4 version: 34%
Likely buy only 360/PS3 version: 16%
Likely buy both 360/PS3 and One/PS4 versions: 11%

NBA 2K14

Likely buy only One/PS4 version: 47%
Likely buy only 360/PS3 version: 15%
Likely buy both 360/PS3 and One/PS4 versions: 11% Continue reading Many Leaning Towards Waiting for Next-Gen Versions of Games Releasing Twice

Madden NFL 25 Demo Available August 13th

EA Sports has confirmed the long rumored date of Tuesday, August 13 for the Madden NFL 25 demo and released details on what will be included. The demo will feature two matchups with the Seahawks at Packers and 49ers at Ravens. It will also include an opportunity to learn and refine abilities in the new Skills Trainer which proved effective in NCAA Football 14. The quarters will be of 5 minutes in length. Madden NFL 13′s demo also featured two pairings and impressively full games with five minute quarters. It however did not carry with it an extra mode like the Skills Trainer. Expect the rosters to be outdated enough that injuries to Michael Crabtree, Percy Harvin, Brian Bulaga, and Dennis Pitta won’t be reflected. They will probably be in the starting lineups.