5 Rams players whose Madden ratings EA got wrong

The full database of player ratings for “Madden NFL 22” has been released and as is always the case, there are some Rams players whose ratings EA Sports got wrong.

We’ve highlighted five such players here for their ratings being too low, a list that features two starters and three backups. For the complete ratings of the top 50 players on L.A.’s roster, check them out here.

S Jordan Fuller: 72 overall

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Fuller started 12 games for the Rams last season as a sixth-round rookie. He pulled in three interceptions, broke up five passes and recorded 60 total tackles, quickly becoming a leader in the secondary. Yet, he’s not even one of the 20 best Rams players in Madden.

His overall rating is just one point higher than David Long Jr. and two above Micah Kiser, neither of whom were close to as impactful as Fuller last season. Even Taylor Rapp and Terrell Burgess, who combined for 52 tackles and one interception last season, have higher ratings than Fuller at 74 overall.

QB Matthew Stafford: 83 overall

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Are there really seven players on the Rams better than Stafford right now? Should he be just one point higher than Cam Akers and tied with Sebastian Joseph-Day? Those are both good players, but Stafford should probably be rated at least five points higher than them.

Not to mention, he’s just 12th among quarterbacks in…

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