Madden 2011 Cleveland Browns Rankings Revealed


ESPN has recently been rolling out the player rankings for this years’ version of Madden.  Today was finally the Browns’ chance to be revealed.

There are only three members of this season’s team who received a 90 or higher, and they are Joe Thomas (95), Shaun Rogers (93), and Eric Steinbach (91).
LOS ANGELES, CA - JUNE 14: President of Electronic Arts Sports (EA Sports) Peter Moore introduces the new Madden 2011 football game at an EA press briefing ahead of the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) at the Orpheum Theater June 14, 2010 in Los Angeles, California. Quarterback Drew Brees is featured on the cover of the game. The annual video game trade conference and show at the Los Angeles Convention center runs from June 15-17. (Photo by Michal Czerwonka/Getty Images)
Other positions to note are the receivers, where Ben Watson and Josh Cribbs are the highest rated with both getting a 78 overall.  Lawrence Vickers was the top running back with a rating of 88 followed by Jerome Harrison who received an 83.

On the defensive side of the ball only three players, besides Rogers, received a rating over 80:  D’Qwell Jackson (85), Sheldon Brown (87), and Eric Wright (86).

Rookies Joe Haden (79), Montario Hardesty (74), and Colt McCoy (71) scored the highest of all the Browns’ rookies, and one didn’t even make the team – WR Carlton Mitchell.

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    It is nice to see that Vickers ranked very high among FBs. I would have thought that two Browns who deserved to be ranked a little higher are Massaquoi (WRs) and Mack (OL). Of course, Josh gets screwed in that there is no category for kick returners and/or special teams.

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