Dolphins QB, OL and specialist ratings in Madden NFL 23

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With the end of another NFL offseason in sight, football fans are eagerly awaiting the release of the newest installment of the Madden video game series, Madden 23.

After the release of every other position group’s ratings, EA Sports, the publishers of the game, finished the week by putting out quarterback, offensive line and specialist ratings on Friday. The Dolphins only had one player in any of those groups make it into the top 10 at their position.

Here’s a look at most of Miami’s quarterback, offensive line and specialist ratings for launch and how they compare to other players at the same position:

  • Terron Armstead – 93 overall (No. 4 LT)

  • Thomas Morstead – 80 overall (No. 7 P)

  • Tua Tagovailoa – 75 overall (t-No. 22 QB)

  • Teddy Bridgewater – 75 overall (t-No. 22 QB)

  • Jason Sanders – 75 overall (t-No. 17 K)

  • Robert Hunt – 74 overall (t-No. 16 RG)

  • Connor Williams – 73 overall (t-No. 18 C)

  • Liam Eichenberg – 68 overall (t-No. 30 RT)

  • Solomon Kindley – 68 overall (t-No. 33 RG)

  • Austin Jackson – 67 overall (t-No. 41 LT)

  • Greg Little – 67 overall (t-No. 41 LT)

  • Michael Deiter – 64 overall (t-No. 43 C)

  • Robert Jones – 63 overall (t-No. 49 LG)

  • Kellen Diesch – 62 overall (t-No. 52 LT)

  • Skylar Thompson – 57 overall (t-No. 80 QB)

  • Larnel Coleman – 57 overall (t-No. 69 RT)

  • Adam Pankey – 54 overall (t-No. 77 RT)

EA Sports also announced the team and unit ratings. Miami’s offense was rated a 79, the defense was rated an 84 and special teams was rated an 80. Overall, the team was given an 83.

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