Madden 19 Team Ratings Guide to Philadelphia Eagles

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Madden NFL 19 released on August 10th for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4, EA Sports has been release the full "Madden NFL 19" ratings for every player on all 32 teams. In this Madden 19 Team Guides, we'll list all 32 teams and a state of the franchise as to what likely led to each teams specific scoring. First, let's see the Eagles.


Philadelphia Eagles lastly won their first Super Bowl final season, defeating the New England Patriots 41-33 in a wild shootout. They have by far by far the most players rated each 90-plus and 80-plus. Additionally they are 1 of only two teams that have several quarterbacks rated 80 or above, with Carson Wentz (86) and Nick Foles (80).



Overview in Madden 19

In Madden 19 the Eagles possess a huge 91 overall rating, 97 offense rating, 89 defense rating, and with nine players rated 90 or above. They may be deep at almost just about every position and have many of the best offensive and defensive linemen in the NFL. That foundation allowed for enormous results on each sides of your ball.

Offense Starters Rating

Position Name Overall Rating
QB Carson Wentz 86
HB Jay Ajayi 86
FB None*  
WR1 Alshon Jeffery 90
WR2 Mike Wallace 83
TE Zach Ertz 91
LT Jason Peters 91
LG Stefen Wisniewski 79
C Jason Kelce 92
RG Brandon Brooks 93
RT Lane Johnson 91
Average 88.2

Defense Starters Rating

Position Name Overall Rating
LE Brandon Graham 93
RE Derek Barnett 80
DT1 Fletcher Cox 93
DT2 Tim Jernigan 83
LOLB Nigel Bradham 85
MLB1 Jordan Hicks 81
MLB2 Joe Walker 67
ROLB Nathan Gerry 70
CB1 Ronald Darby 86
CB2 Jalen Mills 81
FS Rodney McLeod Jr 81
SS Malcolm Jenkins 94
Average 82.8

Special Teams

Position Name Overall
K Jake Elliott* 81
P Jake Elliott* 76
Average 81.0

The Philadelphia Eagles have no punters on the roster. Therefore, kicker Jake Elliott's rating for K is the only number applied to the special teams average.

Best Players

Best Players: Fletcher Cox (OVR 94), Malcolm Jenkins (OVR 94), Brandon Graham (OVR 93)




It really is no surprise the reigning Super Bowl champs find themselves using the highest rating in the game. They are loaded on each sides on the ball and have the chance to be even far better this season. Even though most teams would come across themselves in an odd predicament using a backup QB in Nick Foles who just won the Super Bowl plus a young rookie in Carson Wentz coming back from injury, selflessness might be their highest attribute. Foles knows his function, Wentz knows his function and head coach Doug Pederson knows how you can handle them both.