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The NFL quarterback ratings in Madden 13 are out. Green Bay Packer quarterback Aaron Rodgers is No. 1 with a 99 overall.
The game also have plenty of love for New York Giants QB Eli Manning coming off a Super Bowl winning season with a 97 overall (4th on the game). Eli Manning's brother, Peyton Manning, is rated at a 93 overall for the Denver Broncos. All of the QBs in the top 10 have at least an 89 overall. The top 5 are all rated 95 or higher which I think is giving out ratings too easily. I'm sure people will be adjusting these scores down when they get the game.
The complete Madden 13 quarterback ratings from EA Sports are also available (/ht Operation Sports).
Former LSU Tiger quarterbacks on the game:
Matt Flynn, Seattle Seahawks, 79 (29th overall)
Jarrett Lee, San Diego Chargers, 63 (98th overall)
Ryan Perrilloux, New York Giants, 56 (lowest rated QB on the game)
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The Associated Press has released their NFL Pro32 Power Rankings. The AP uses a 12-member panel that votes by giving 32 points for first place and 1 point for 32nd-place.
The Green Bay Packers are ranked No. 1 with 374 points followed by the Patriots (369 points) and the defending Super Bowl champ Giants (362 points).
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