The Minnesota Vikings had several players that saw a low rating in Madden NFL 20, so which players should receive a huge boost ahead of Madden NFL 21?
Unless you’ve forked out a fortune to play NCAA Football 14, there’s a good chance that the trailer reveal for Madden NFL 21 was on your radar on Tuesday morning. When EA Sports dropped the trailer, there weren’t a lot of things that made fans excited about the yearly $59.99 (or more) roster and uniform update, but when it comes to the Minnesota Vikings, there is one area fans could get excited about.
Madden ratings have been a hot debate over the past couple of years and EA has gone as far as sending rating adjusters out to team facilities to get a more accurate handle on how players should be rated in the game. One look at the Vikings ratings from Madden 20, and there’s a good chance that those adjusters never made their way out to TCO Performance Center.
As we wait for the latest installment of Madden, it’s a good time to look at some of the Vikings that received a lower rating and guess who could be in for the biggest boost heading into this year. We’ll look at five players that should be upset heading into the latest version and where they could wind up when the game is released on August 25.