Dolphins RB and S ratings in Madden NFL 23

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

After the release of wide receiver/tight end ratings on Monday, and linebacker/defensive end ratings on Tuesday, EA Sports, the publishers of the game, released running back and safety ratings on Wednesday. The Dolphins have some solid players at each position, but no one made it into the elite 90s.

Here’s a look at most of Miami’s running back and safety ratings for launch and how they compare to other players at the same position:

  • Jevon Holland – 83 overall (t-No. 10 FS)

  • Eric Rowe – 80 overall (t-No. 17 SS)

  • Chase Edmonds – 79 overall (t-No. 33 RB)

  • Raheem Mostert – 78 overall (t-No. 37 RB)

  • Sony Michel – 77 overall (t-No. 42 RB)

  • Myles Gaskin – 74 overall (t-No. 59 RB)

  • Brandon Jones 72 overall (t-No. 40 SS)

  • Clayton Fejedelem – 70 overall (t-No. 45 SS)

  • Sheldrick Redwine – 70 overall (t-No. 47 FS)

  • Salvon Ahmed – 69 overall (t-No. 91 RB)

  • Quincy Wilson – 67 overall (t-No. 61 SS)

  • Verone McKinley III – 63 overall (t-No. 79 FS)

  • Gerrid Doaks – 62 overall (t-No. 157 RB)

While Dolphins fans may not be the happiest with these rankings, they can rest on the fact that Mostert was listed as the fastest running back in the league with a 95 speed rating.

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