Bills rookie ratings released for Madden 2020

July 03, 2019 - 3:08 am

With a month to go until the release of Madden 2020, EA Sports has come out with their official ratings of the 2019 NFL Draft class. The Buffalo Bills had 10 rookies rated with three finishing in the top five of their respected position.

First-round selection Ed Oliver finished as the second highest rated defensive tackle at a 79 overall only behind Jets rookie Quinnen Williams (82 overall). Oliver was given the most speed, agility, and acceleration on the interior.

OT Cody Ford and RB Devin Singletary were also ranked in the top-five highest rookies at their positions. Ford finishes as the fourth best offensive lineman, even ranked ahead of Houston Texans first-round selection Tytus Howard.

As for Singletary, he comes in at a three-way tie for the second best rookie RB with Eagles second-round pick Miles Sanders and Rams third-round rookie Darrell Henderson. All three finished with a 72 overall, just two points behind Raiders RB Josh Jacobs.

Perhaps the most suprising rating of the Bills rookie class is former University at Buffalo QB Tyree Jackson who's 64 overall is higher than Giants 7th overall pick Daniel Jones. The former Bulls signal caller had the highest arm strength rating of any QB in the class.

Below are the official ratings of each Bills rookie for Madden 2020:

DT Ed Oliver 79 OVR

RB Devin Singletary 72 OVR

OT Cody Ford 68 OVR

TE Dawson Knox 68 OVR

TE Tommy Sweeney 67 OVR

FS Jaquan Johnson 65 OVR

QB Tyree Jackson 64 OVR

LB Vosean Joseph 64 OVR

WR David Sills V 64 OVR

DE Darryl Johnson Jr. 63 OVR

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