'Madden NLF 16' week 14 roster: Cover player Odell Beckham, Jr. tops list of overall ratings

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EA Sports recently released the updated ratings of their rosters for week 14 of their video game “Madden NFL 16.”

According to their official list, the game’s cover player Odell Beckham, Jr., who they described to be unstoppable, received +1 in his overall rating boosting it to 95. He was able to accomplish seven catches for 166 and 2 TDs. His MNF performance is also steadily becoming common in the field.

Another highlighted player was Carolina Panthers’ Kurt Coleman with his nine tackles and one interception performance that gave him +2 in overall for a total of 86. It is also commendable that the team’s defense was rock solid during their match against the Atlanta Falcons.

Notable changes in the ratings include Khalil Mack, +2 to OVR 95; Ted Ginn Jr., +2 to OVR 80; and A.J. McCarron, +1 OVR to 73. Those who are in three down are future Hall of Famer Charles Woodson, -2 to OVR 91, kicker Robbie Gould -2 to OVR 86, and Vikings’ Stefon Diggs -2 to OVR 80.

Meanwhile, the biggest overall change went to Ravens’ Lawrence Guy with +12 to OVR 75, followed by Raiders’ Amerson David with +5 to OVR 82. Charles Gaines and Shelby Harris of the Browns and Raiders, respectively, both got +4, increasing theirs to 66 and 70.

Patriots’ Shaq Mason, Steelers’ Roosevelt Nix, and Packers’ Ha-ha Clinton Dix all received +3, to have OVRs of 74, 77, and 86. Those who received +2 are Vikings’ Anthony Harris, Blair Walsh, and Everson Griffen; Redskins’ Frank Kearse; two players from the Chiefs, Nick Williams and Spencer Ware; Cardinals’ Deone Bucannon; two from the Bears, Young Willie and Pat O’Donnell; Browns’ Isaiah Crowell; two from the Steelers, Chris Boswell and Jordan Berry; two from the Raiders Mario Edwards, Jr. and Marquette King; Broncos’ Shaquil Barrett; 49ers’ Joe Staley; and Bengals’ Kevin Zeitler.

The ones who received a downgrade in the ratings include Saints’ Chris Owen with -5, Packers’ Morgan Burnett with -4, and -3 for Browns’ Chance Casey, Lions’ Bear Pascoe, Raider’s DJ Hayden, and Chiefs’ Knile Davis.