Madden-Store: Cheap Madden NFL 19 Coins, Buy MUT 18 Coins

A Few Takeaways to Meet the Players Rated 99 Overall in 'Madden NFL 17'

Gronkowski is one of just three players since the merger to score 65 receiving TDs in his first six seasons. The other two? Jerry Rice and Randy Moss. (And just think what Gronk could have done if he hadn't missed 16 regular-season games during that span.) Last season, Gronkowski dropped only one ball on 120 targets, and "Madden NFL 17" rewarded him with an average rating of 95.7 in the three catch-related subcategories. And don't underrate Gronk's ability to create fireworks after the catch. His combination of strength (88 rating) and agility (85) made him tough to bring down in the open field, and he averaged 7.67 YAC per reception last season, tops among tight ends.

How much better is Kuechly than his peers? Here's one illustration: "Madden NFL 17" lists 20 positions other than middle linebacker, and the top-two players at each are separated by the slim average of 2.15 rating points. And then there's Kuechly's position, where he is nine points ahead of the next-closest middle linebackers, Brandon Marshall and Derrick Johnson, who both are rated as 90s. "Madden NFL 17" rated Kuechly as 97 or better in seven categories, ranging from tackling to toughness, but it underrated his man-coverage skills, giving him a 74. I dare you to watch the way Kuechly sticks with Julio Jones down the seam on this play and tell me he deserves a 74.

Miller's five sacks and two forced fumbles in the Broncos' final two games sealed his Super Bowl MVP award, his record-breaking $114.5 million contract, and his 99 rating in "Madden NFL 17." Three plays from Super Bowl 50 exhibit why there's no one in the NFL quite like Miller:

Third-and-10, first quarter: Miller zooms around right tackle Mike Remmers with a speed rush. Forced fumble. Broncos touchdown.

Third-and-8, third quarter: Miller fools Remmers with an outside-inside spin move. Half sack. Panthers punt.

Third-and-9, fourth quarter: Miller fights through a Remmers hold around the edge. Forced fumble. Broncos recover.

A few takeaways: 1) Poor Remmers. 2) Stay out of third-and-long against Miller and the Broncos. 3) Miller isn't a one-trick pony. He'll beat you with acceleration around the edge (88 rating), he'll leave you flailing with that finesse move (98), and he'll shed half-hearted blocks with ease (95).

Watt has gotten used to his place in Madden's 99 club. This marks his fourth consecutive year with such a distinction. He needs two more 99s to match Peyton Manning's record of six straight years (Madden '06-11). Watt has a 90-plus rating in 11 subcategories, two more than any player to make this list. The ones he's probably most proud of? Stamina (95) and toughness (94). Watt played through a herniated disk in his back and five torn muscles in his torso, groin and upper legs last season. He has paced all defensive linemen with 4,498 snaps played since 2011, but Watt's streak of 80 consecutive starts is in jeopardy after recently undergoing back surgery.

Go to and buy cheap NFL 17 coins

Related Tags


  • Keith:
    Great seller! I got 2 million coins for soooo cheap!! Check out my team on Madden Mobile! I bought so many good players!
  • Julian:
    Great website and NOT A SCAM! Bought 3M coins and got it within an hour! Definitely recommend
  • Robert:
    SUPER LEGIT & CHEAP. Got my madden mobile coins within 5 minutes of purchase.
  • more »

Copy Right @ All Rights Reserved Sitemap