Ravens: 4 players criminally underrated by Madden 22

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The Baltimore Ravens have one of the most talented rosters in the NFL. But even they aren’t immune to certain players being overlooked and underappreciated.

While the likes of Ronnie Stanley and Marlon Humphrey may finally be getting their due, the same can’t be said for a few others on the team.

Nowhere was this more evident than with the official release of ratings for the Madden 22 video game.

Stanley topped the Ravens roster with a superb 93 overall rating that ranked fourth out of all left tackles in the NFL. Humphrey’s 92 overall rating was good for fifth in the NFL among cornerbacks.

Needless to say, both players earned their fair share of well-deserved praise from Madden.

But that praise wasn’t as widespread as many might think. A number of Ravens players were wholly underrated by the Madden developers.

Of course, none of this matters in the grand scheme of things. Madden ratings are meaningless and certainly have no impact on on-field performances.

But they are a fun thing to discuss and they never fail to get people riled up.

With that said, which Ravens players deserved higher ratings at the release of the game? We take a look at the four most deserving candidates.