Former Georgia, Ohio State QB Justin Fields predicts rookie Madden rating

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All football players dream of one day seeing themselves featured in a video game. More specifically, EA Sports’ popular game, Madden.

This year’s rookie class will soon get that chance, with the next edition of Madden set to be released in August, just in time for the 2021 season.

The Checkdown recently posted a video of a handful of rookie quarterbacks predicting what their rating will be when the game is released.

Typically, rookie quarterbacks selected in the first round of the NFL draft tend to find themselves rated in the mid-70s.

Out of the quarterbacks that The Checkdown interviewed, former Georgia and Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields was the only one to predict a realistic rating for himself.

“To be honest, I think my Madden rating is going to be like a 78 through 81, of course, just because … rookies,” Fields said.

The Chicago Bears selected Fields with No. 11 pick in the first round of the draft.

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