1. Trace McSorley/Tyler Huntley, QB, Ravens
Much has been made about the Ravens backup quarterback situation this offseason. While the team remains high on the duo of Trace McSorley and Tyler Huntley, many others around the league do not.
But the disrespect that Madden showed to both McSorley and Huntley might be the worst we’ve seen so far.
Of the 75 or so players on the Ravens roster that Madden provided ratings for, McSorley and Huntley were among the four worst in terms of overall rating.
McSorley’s 55 overall rating was second-worst on the team with only long snapper Nick Moore receiving a lower rating.
And considering that long snapper isn’t even a position in Madden (leaving Moore as a “tight end”), the former Penn State star is, for all intents and purposes, the worst player on the team.
Things weren’t much better for Huntley either with the former undrafted free agent earning a 58 overall rating. Apart from Moore and McSorley, the only other player with a lower rating is center Trystan Colon-Castillo.
The Ravens might not have the best backup quarterback situation in the NFL, but insisting that McSorley and Huntely are essentially two of the three worst players on the team seems ridiculous.
If you’re playing as the Ravens in Madden, you’d better hope Lamar Jackson stays healthy.