Oakland Raiders Madden 19 Team Guide: Ratings & Best Players & Review

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Madden NFL 19 have released on August 10th for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4, and EA Sports has been release the full "Madden NFL 19" ratings for every player on all 32 teams. As the same, cheap madden 19 coins now for ps4, xbox, and pc hot sale in Madden-Store. 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. In the previous article we introduced Minnesota Vikings, this article let us walk into Oakland Raiders.

 

Oakland Raiders Madden 19 Team Guide: Ratings & Best Players & Review

 

The Raiders possess a lot of young and exciting talent, specifically on offense, and are scheduled to move to Las Vegas for the start of the 2020 season. Defensively the unbelievable talent of Khalil Mack was an isolated force. With little help, offenses could focus on him and he was limited to just 10.5 sacks, although the secondary was a disappointment. Within the offseason the Raiders shored up their offensive line and pass protection with offensive tackle Kolton Miller, and added some veteran pieces on defense like Tahir Whitehead and Leon Hall to hopefully enhance the unit.

 

 

Overview in Madden 19

Khalil Mack was the highest-rated Raider in Madden 19, coming in using a 96 rating, which was superior for any top-ten mark within the game. Jordy Nelson basically got some strong appreciate, coming in with a 86 rating, whilst Amari Cooper rounded out the top-3 Raiders using a rating of 85. Six other Raiders had a rating of 80 or improved, based on a leak by among the game’s testers. Rodney Hudson (84), Rashaan Melvin (83), Kelechi Osemele (82), Derek Carr (82), Donald Penn (81), and Marcus Gilchrist (81) rounded out the players who had been rated within the 80s.

Offense Starters Rating

Position Name Overall Rating
QB Derek Carr 83
HB Marshawn Lynch 85
FB Keith Smith 60
WR1 Amari Cooper 86
WR2 Jordy Nelson 86
TE Jared Cook 85
LT Donald Penn 86
LG Kelechi Osemele 90
C Rodney Hudson 95
RG Gabe Jackson 79
RT Kolton Miller 77
Average 82.9

Defense Starters Rating

Position Name Overall Rating
LE Khalil Mack 98
RE Bruce Irvin 81
DT1 Justin Ellis 80
DT2 Frostee Rucker 76
LOLB Tahir Whitehead 84
MLB1 Derrick Johnson 80
MLB2 Marquel Lee 69
ROLB Emmanuel Lamur 70
CB1 Rashaan Melvin 86
CB2 Gareon Conley 77
FS Marcus Gilchrist 82
SS Karl Joseph 83
Average 80.5

Special Teams

K Giorgio Tavecchio 76
P Johnny Townsend 75
Average 75.5

Best Players

Best Players: Khalil Mack (OVR 98), Rodney Hudson (OVR 95), Kelechi Osemele (OVR 90)

 

 

Review

The Jon Gruden era is underway (once more) in Oakland. He has the pedigree, plus a Super Bowl ring, that proves his worth. But can he do it once again? Gruden has been out of your NFL for longer than most and though he undoubtedly didn't neglect the game overnight, the game surely has changed because was last a aspect of it. He's a intelligent thoughts that knows what he desires on each sides of the ball and has two in the best players in the game in Derek Carr and Khalil Mack to lead with. Oakland is close. They have been a hot decision last season to take the huge leap up and there is no reason why they cannot be once again.