Madden 15 recently released the top rookie ratings, while shedding some light on the other stars who will be suiting up for Xbox and Playstation.
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Blake Bortles came in ahead of Johnny Manziel and Teddy Bridgewater in terms of overall ranking (78). This isn’t surpising, as Madden tends to follow draft order when implementing their ranking system. But below a 78? Johnny Manziel disagrees, as he projected himself in the 88-92 range.
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“He’s going to be in the low 80’s range with his 4.66 combine 40. He’ll have a 90+ throw power. You’re going to be pleased playing with him in franchise mode”
So don’t worry Cleveland. Johnny will have the agility and top tier acceleration to escape this. At least for a second or two.
In case you missed the other released rookie rating details, here you go.
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