There is zero doubt amongst most people that Atlanta Falcons defensive tackle, Grady Jarrett is at least a top-five defensive tackle in the league. You simply cannot argue that, he may in fact be a top-three defensive tackle in the league.
Well according to the upcoming Madden, Grady Jarrett is apparently not a top ten interior defensive lineman.
And EA, the people who make the Madden series, wonder why the game has been declining for years.
It does not take an expert to know that the Atlanta Falcons defensive lineman is at the very least a top ten player at his position. How could these “experts” get something so wrong?
There seriously is no answer to this question, the Atlanta Falcons may not have had the best year, but again it does not take a genius to know that Grady Jarrett is one of the best in the league!
Here are the ratings for an interior defensive lineman in the new Madden:
There is honestly only one rating on here that is correct, and that to the surprise of no one is Aaron Donald.
Somehow the developers did not mess that one up as well.
Where do you even start with this?
Certainly, Fletcher Cox can be considered a top ten defensive tackle, but did he has a better year than Grady? The answer for most is no. The same can be said for the rest of the list.
Chris Jones, DeForest Buckner, Cam Heyward are all top ten interior linemen in the league, but you can make the argument that Grady Jarrett is better than all of them, let alone the rest of the guys on the list.
There is no universe where you can say Michael Pierce, Calais Campbell, Kenny Clark, Stephon Tuitt, and Vita Vea are all better than Grady Jarrett!
It is seriously mind-boggling, and it seems as though this is motivated by money. All of these players were on good teams last season, with the exception of Fletcher Cox, and Michael Pierce.
Long story, short, it is staggering that the creators of Madden can ignore the Atlanta Falcons defensive star like they have.