The roster update following week six of the season for Madden NFL 13 is slated to release by Saturday morning. It will include numerous impactful injuries including trips to the IR for Ray Lewis, Lardarius Webb, Cedric Benson, and Ryan Kalil with DeMarco Murray and Kevin Kolb moving down the depth chart. Darrelle Revis has still not been put on the IR.
Moves of note include J.J. Watt who gains 2 as his climb continues now to 96, Russell Wilson jumps 2 reaching 80 for the first time, Jordy Nelson gets a big 3 point surge to 92, and Josh Gordon goes up 4 to 72. Despite being arguably the worst starting running back all season a single big game results in Shonn Greene leaping 4 to 80 while Rob Bironas goes up to 96 and Peyton Manning grabs another point up to 95. No changes to player “traits” have been made. Continue reading Madden NFL 13 Roster Update #8 Details
Three weeks of the NFL season are now in the books providing even more evidence for certain players and teams in general to be adjusted up or down in Madden NFL 13. It’ll be interesting to see if EA Sports makes an attempt to balance out the update following the article over the weekend – they may be looking to do so as a tweet from the game’s official account was asking for feedback on what players should decrease and shifting some focus to that area would at least would represent progress.
Big weeks or continued success were had by players such as Tim Jennings, Jason Pierre-Paul, Andre Brown, Ramses Barden, Jamaal Charles, J.J. Watt, Jake Locker, Christian Ponder, A.J. Green, Torrey Smith, and Chris Clemons. Chris Johnson struggled yet again, Peyton Manning continued to display concerns, Sam Bradford followed up an encouraging performance with a poor one, and the Packers’ tackles Brian Bulaga and Marshall Newhouse were offensive. Injuries affect Darrelle Revis and Austin Collie (both out for the season) with shorter-term absences possible for C.J. Spiller, Reggie Bush, and Darrius Heyward-Bey.
As always leave your thoughts in the comments on what players and teams should get ratings attention, whether positive or negative, in the next Madden NFL 13 roster update!
Week two of the NFL season is in the books providing enough evidence that some of the lower rated teams in Madden NFL 13 deserve more recognition while a few of the more heralded teams might have been given too much credit to begin with.
Following the rookie starting QBs again the entire group this week showed improvement – though for Robert Griffin III he really couldn’t top his first game but instead proved it wasn’t a fluke despite the loss. Andrew Luck, Russell Wilson, and Ryan Tannehill all picked up their first wins while Brandon Weeden at least showed a huge jump in production.
Some players that deserve ratings attention based on big performances in week two, or continued their emergence, include Tim Jennings, Clay Matthews, Danny Amendola, Reggie Wayne, Trent Richardson, C.J. Spiller, and Reggie Bush. On the other end of the spectrum names like Chris Johnson, Jermichael Finley, Jay Cutler, and Michael Turner could see a decline. Injuries will affect players such as Brian Orakpo (out for season), Thomas Howard (out for season), Matt Forte (could miss next week), and Aaron Hernandez (out for at least several weeks).
As always leave your thoughts in the comments on what players should get ratings moves, whether it be in a positive or negative direction, with the next Madden roster update!
The roster update for Madden NFL 13 following week one of the season is set to release on Friday 9/14/12 for both the Xbox 360 and PS3. The start of the season update that will be made available as an option to begin Connected Careers with will also be going out tomorrow after a delay pushed it back from releasing sooner.
Ratings movement in the new update is mostly limited to a single point in either direction. Big weeks that were had by the likes of Robert Griffin III, Julio Jones, Brandon Marshall, Geno Atkins, Tony Romo, Peyton Manning, and Jimmy Graham all resulted in a one point boost. David Akers goes up two points after his record-tying kick, Stevan Ridley and Tim Jennings also go up by two, and Stephen Hill makes jumps by three. Meanwhile players that had poor performances such as Brandon Weeden, Ryan Tannehill, Michael Vick, Ryan Fitzpatrick, and Chris Johnson all received just a single point drop from their start of season rating.
Teams benefiting the most from the update in net players gaining points are the Ravens, Redskins, and Patriots (+9), Broncos (+8), and Eagles and Bears (+7). Those taking the biggest hit are the Titans (-5) and the Steelers and Giants (-4). Continue on for the full list of details on the post-week one Madden NFL 13 roster update! Continue reading Madden NFL 13 Roster Update #3 Details
The second roster update for Madden NFL 13, that will represent the opening week rosters for the regular season, is scheduled to release tomorrow on the Xbox 360 and PS3 for use in Play Now and Online games. Early next week the 53 man rosters will be available to choose from when starting up a new Connected Career. Continue reading Madden NFL 13 First Regular Season Roster Update Details
EA Sports today announced plans for what is typically the most anticipated roster update of every season for Madden. The next update follows the cut downs to the final 53 man rosters. There are also a number of new signings, releases, and trades that have occurred since the first roster update was provided heading into release of Madden NFL 13 and some players who have necessitated ratings adjustments based on pre-season play. Continue reading Details on Release of the First Regular Season Roster Update for Madden NFL 13
This is a few examples of a delay in the user control catching/reaction time in Madden 13.
FYI this is not a video to bash EA,or Madden 13.This is an attempt to make madden a better game.
Here are passes to where if your recievers are in a pressed coverage,or cover 2 and beat the press or got passed the cover 2 blue zone and your trying to precision pass or touch pass between the corner and the safety where you have a 5 yard cussion over the top and beneath the WR. Continue reading Delay in user control catching in Madden 13
This is one of the toughest divisions in TSG this year, who do you think will come out on top? Ninja is probably considered the best of the best in all of TSG winning a record 6 Super Bowl titles, the team he has is a quiet powerhouse as well, enough said. Bosoulja surprised a lot of people in TSG in Madden 12 when he took over for the Browns & ended up stealing the division away from Cincy, so he is a tough match up and now has his favorite team the Oakland Raiders. Broncomaniac is a big Broncos fan and made some noise in the division last Madden with the addition of Peyton Manning this team is dangerous. Deathpool is on a good team but not sure how much noise he can make in this division with all the competition & an aging team. Please Comment Below on what you think will pan out: