The folks from EA Sports have been revealing the ratings of all NFL players for their upcoming videogame Madden 24 during the past few days. We already reported a few of them earlier this week, and every single rating became official on Friday, July 21.
The final batch of ratings included the most important players in the game (virtual and real) as EA revealed the quarterback rankings of all passers featuring in Madden for this year's edition of the famed videogame.
Lamar Jackson, unsurprisingly, made it all the way to the top of the list at his position clocking in fourth place only behind Patrick Mahomes, Joe Burrow, and Josh Allen. That, though, doesn't seem to be high enough for the Ravens quarterback, which he made everybody aware of with a tweet following the ratings reveal.
Jackson's plan is clear: “Imma just move it to a 99 wen I get the game." We will be doing the same, dawg, we'll be doing the same.
The Ravens have more than just one player rated with a 90+ OVR rating in the next Madden, mind you. Along with Jackson, all Mark Andrews (95), Marlon Humphrey (93), Roquan Smith (92), Justin Tucker (91), and Ronnie Stanley (90) joined the 90-Club for the 24 edition of the videogame.
Andrews is rated as the third-best TE in the game, Marlon Humphrey landed as the fifth-best CB across the league, Roquan Smith is the second-best middle linebacker, Justin Tacker reigns supreme as the best kicker in the NFL, and Ronnie Stanley is tied for the sixth-best left tackle.
Feel free to add rookie WR Zay Flowers to that list as he got named the fastest freshman in the NFL and you'd end up with what we've termed "Greatness in the making."
The future is bright, but the present might actually be brighter for these Ravens!