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Madden NFL 17 ratings revealed for Colts players

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Since the Colts have an off day today, it’s as good of a time as any to take a look at the Madden 17 ratings for Colts players. EA Sports has been unveiling the rankings for the best players at each positions for the past few weeks, but they recently unveiled the rankings for the entire NFL.

You can find the full rankings on their website, but let’s take a look at the overall rating for top 20 Colts players.

1. Vontae Davis, CB - 91 overall

2. T.Y. Hilton, WR - 89 overall

3. Andrew Luck, QB - 88 overall

4. Pat McAfee, P - 86 overall

5. Jack Mewhort, G - 85 overall

6. Adam Vinatieri, K - 84 overall

7. Robert Mathis, OLB - 83 overall

8. Trent Cole, OLB - 82 overall

9. Anthony Castonzo, LT - 81 overall

10. Kendall Langford, DL - 80 overall

10. Dwayne Allen, TE - 80 overall

12. Frank Gore, RB - 79 overall

12. Joe Reitz, RT - 79 overall

12. D’Qwell Jackson, ILB - 79 overall

15. Mike Adams, S - 78 overall

15. Donte Moncrief, WR - 78 overall

15. Patrick Robinson, CB - 78 overall

15. Erik Walden, OLB - 78 overall

19. Henry Anderson, DL - 76 overall

19. Nate Irving, ILB - 76 overall

19. Ryan Kelly, C - 76 overall

I don’t think you’ll find much disagreement from fans as to who the top 20 overall Colts players are, according to Madden. Probably the one true point of disagreement would be regarding the rating for Henry Anderson, who is just a 76 overall and tied for the 19th-highest rated Colt. He proved to be one of the best Colts players last year when healthy, so perhaps the fact that he’s only played in nine career games hurts his case. I think if you swapped Henry Anderson and Trent Cole’s places and ratings, however, you’d have a list that is indicative of the team’s best players - or at least pretty close.

One last thing worth taking a look at is how the team’s draft class grades out this year, so here are the overall ratings for each of the Colts’ eight draft picks in this year’s class:

Ryan Kelly, center, first round - 76 overall

T.J. Green, safety, second round - 71 overall

Le’Raven Clark, tackle, third round - 69 overall

Hassan Ridgeway, defensive lineman, fourth round - 68 overall

Antonio Morrison, linebacker, fourth round - 68 overall

Joe Haeg, offensive lineman, fifth round - 69 overall

Trevor Bates, outside linebacker, seventh round - 61 overall

Austin Blythe, center, seventh round - 63 overall

What are your thoughts on the Madden 17 ratings for the Colts? Is there anything in particular you disagree with? And who are you most looking forward to play as in the upcoming game?