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‘Madden NFL 17’ Update: Ratings of Tyreek Hill and Vontae Davis Go Up in Week 13


The latest update in "Madden NFL 17" sees the ratings of Tyreek Hill and Vontae Davis go up while the rating of Vontae Davis goes down. The NFL is already on its 13th week and the game bases its player ratings on the performances of the players.

"Madden NFL 17", according to Gamespot, is a football simulation game from EA Sports. The game is available on Playstation 4, Xbox One, Playstation 3 and Xbox 360.

According to EA Sports, the rating of C.J. Fiedorowicz in "Madden NFL 17" moves up 3 to 82 overall because he has become a good asset for coach Brock Osweiler. A lot of pressure has been taken off DeAndre Hopkins because of his accomplishment of catching 13 passes for 150 yards over the last three weeks. Aside from his overall, his other attributes also saw a boost in ratings including route running (4 points), run blocking (8 points) and awareness (1 point). Fiedorowicz may not be considered for a starting spot in Madden for Ultimate Team, but he can be an average tight end who can block as a backup.

Tyreek Hill saw his rating in "Madden NFL 17" increase from 76 to 79 after his performance against the Denver Broncos last Sunday. The 5th round draft pick became the first NFL player to score a touchdown rushing, receiving and on a kick return since 1965. His efforts resulted in his team, the Kansas City Chiefs, defeat the Broncos on the road. Other ratings that increased for Hill are his route running and catch in traffic.

The biggest loser for Week 13 is Vontae Davis as he saw his rating in "Madden NFL 17" go down to 87 overall. Davis noticeably looks slower as receivers are able to beat him consistently and it results in the rest of the Colts secondary getting beat as well. It is only a matter of time before Davis gets moved to safety as his awareness, man coverage and zone coverage drop ratings go down. 

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