Will Jacksonville Jaguars have a player with Madden 22 Coins ratings that are higher than 90?Madden 22 won't be released until August 17th, but EA has already released players' ratings for the most recent version of the Madden video game franchise.
Quarterback Trevor Lawrence was the second-highest-rated rookie with a score of 78, which was a little lower than Atlanta Falcons tight end Kyle Pitts who received an overall score of 81. While it's not a great score, it isn't bad either and it'll be interesting to see which Jacksonville Jaguars' player will have a rating above 90 this season.
In the past, no Jaguars player scored a score of 90 or more in Madden. The center Brandon Linder was the top-rated player with an overall rating of 87, and kicker Josh Lambo was next with an 85 rating. Left guard Andrew Norwell and defensive end Yannick Ngakoue followed as the top-rated players at 83. EA published ratings shortly after Jacksonville exchanged Ngakoue for Fournette.
Other Jaguars players who earned a Madden 21 rating of above 80 included linebacker Joe Schobert (82) and EDGE defender Josh Allen (81) as also wide receiver D.J. Chark Jr. (81) and Myles Jack (81). Quarterback Gardner Minshew, who was just coming off a strong rookie campaign, was able to earn a score of 70. Running back undrafted and free agent James Robinson didn't originally pop in the rankings, because he wasn't even on people's radar at the time.
While there's a good chance the Jaguars beat expectations for 2021, it's very unlikely that any players will earn an Madden rating of 90 or higher this year. The Jaguars are coming off one the worst seasons in franchise history. They've lost 15 straight games. A lot of players with Buy Mut 22 Coins ratings higher than 80 last year saw reduced production or were injured. The team may also have lesser players with an 80 rating or higher.