Found August 17, 2012 on Queen City Sports:

It’s time for some news for all you ‘gamers’ out there.

It’s week three of EA Sports’ Madden NFL 13 ratings reveal, and this week the ratings for the team’s receivers and tight ends were released which means the ratings for the Bills WR and TE have been announced.

But first, let’s get you up to speed.

EA first revealed the quarterback ratings. For the Bills, the ratings are as follows:

  • Ryan Fitzpatrick – 82 Overall
  • Vince Young – 75 Overall
  • Tyler Thigpen – 69 Overall

Last week, it was the running backs’ ratings that were released:

  • Fred Jackson – 89 Overall
  • C.J. Spiller – 80 Overall
  • Corey McIntyre – 74 Overall
  • Tashard Choice – 72 Overall
  • Johnny White – 66 Overall

Then today, EA revealed the full WR and TE overall ratings. Notice how Brad Smith is listed as a WR in the game.

  • Stevie Johnson – 89 Overall
  • Scott Chandler – 78 Overall
  • Brad Smith – 75 Overall
  • Donald Jones – 73 Overall
  • David Nelson – 72 Overall
  • Derek Hagan – 70 Overall
  • Lee Smith – 69 Overall
  • Naaman Roosevelt – 66 Overall
  • Marcus Easley – 66 Overall
  • T.J. Graham – 64 Overall
  • David Clowney – 64 Overall
  • Mike Caussin – 59 Overall

So what do you think? Are the ratings too high? Too Low? What you expected? Leave a comment with your thoughts.

The post Video Game News: Bills Receiver Ratings Released appeared first on Queen City Sports.


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