Dolphins WR and TE ratings in Madden NFL 23

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As we’re all collectively crossing the end of another long offseason in the coming weeks, football fans are looking forward to the newest installment of the Madden video game series.

We’ve seen some early looks of new Miami Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel in the game, and it doesn’t look half bad. However, everyone knows the gameplay and the ratings are the aspects of the game that are much more important and frequently discussed.

On Monday, EA Sports, the publishers of the game, released the wide receivers and tight end ratings for Madden NFL 23, and the Dolphins have a top 10 player at each position.

Here’s a look at most of Miami’s wide receiver and tight end ratings for launch and how they compare to other players at the same position:

  • Tyreek Hill – 96 overall (No. 3 WR)

  • Mike Gesicki – 86 overall (No. 7 TE)

  • Jaylen Waddle – 84 overall (t-No. 27 WR)

  • Cedrick Wilson Jr. – 75 overall (t-No. 85 WR)

  • Preston Williams – 72 overall (t-No. 120 WR)

  • Lynn Bowden Jr. – 70 overall (t-No. 148 WR)

  • Adam Shaheen – 68 overall (t- No. 56 TE)

  • Durham Smythe – 68 overall (t- No. 56 TE)

  • Trent Sherfield – 68 overall (t-No. 190 WR)

  • Cody Core – 67 overall (t-No. 208 WR)

  • Hunter Long – 66 overall (t-No. 69 TE)

  • Erik Ezukanma – 66 overall (t-No. 223 WR)

  • River Cracraft – 65 overall (t-No. 241 WR)

There will be more ratings coming out before the game’s release on August 19.

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