Chris Carson gets highest Madden 23 rating among Seahawks RBs

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The Seahawks should have one of the game’s best running back rooms this year. It appears some people are overlooking this group, though. EA Sports is releasing the ratings for Madden 23 this week and today it was the running backs’ turn.

In an interesting twist, it’s Chris Carson who earned the highest rating this year among Seattle running backs. Here’s the ratings for each of them.

Chris Carson: 83 overall
Rashaad Penny: 78 overall
Ken Walker: 77 overall
Travis Homer: 67 overall
Darwin Thompson: 67 overall
Deejay Dallas: 66 overall

Carson’s 83 overall rating ranks him No. 20 among all running backs in the game. Meanwhile, Penny’s surprisingly-low 78 rating puts him at No. 41, with Walker coming in three spots lower.

For one thing, it seems unlikely right now that Carson will be suiting up for the Seahawks this year. We’ll learn one way or another next week when the team reports to training camp and Carson will either be put on the PUP list or he’ll be cleared to play – there’s also the possibility he’ll be put on season-ending injured reserve and forced to retire.

No matter what Carson’s status is, Penny’s rating is too low. A 78 overall seems appropriate for what we saw from Penny his first three and a half years in the league – but the level of performane we saw down the stretch last season should put him in the top-10 running back conversation.

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