Today, EA Sports released the ratings that will be available online tomorrow morning for those of of who own the game to download. We will take a quick look at some of the changes after the jump.
First, lets look at two guys who have been playing very well this season that saw increases. Calais Campbell and Daryl Washington each saw three point boosts to their ratings. One thing I have also noticed with these ratings each week is that a lot of the boosts and decreases seem to go along with the grades that ProFootballFocus puts out each week and both of these players have received a lot of praise from that site over the season.
As for the other boosts, Sam Acho, John Skelton, and Patrick Peterson all saw slight increases to their ratings. The rest of the updates were depth chart edits such as making Skelton the starter due to Kolb's injury.
Here is the list showing all of the ratings changes, and if there is anything you think should be changed in the ratings, tell Donny Moore the guy for EA Sports who handles the ratings changes. This is his Twitter account and he does listen to what fans tell him about who should go up or down each week.
|Sam Acho||LB||ARZ||Increase, from 68 to 70OVR|
|John Skelton||QB||ARZ||Increase, from 69 to 70OVR|
|Daryl Washington||LB||ARZ||Increase, from 78 to 81OVR|
|Patrick Peterson||CB||ARZ||Increase, from 82 to 83OVR|
|Calais Campbell||DL||ARZ||Increase, from 83 to 86OVR|
|Kevin Kolb||QB||ARZ||Lowered on depth chart (injury)|
|Ric hard Marshall||CB||ARZ||Moved to CB #2 on depth chart|
|A.J. Jefferson||CB||ARZ||Moved to CB #3 on depth chart|
|Rashad Johnson||S||ARZ||Moved to FS #1 on depth chart|
|Beanie Wells||HB||ARZ||Moved to HB #1 on depth chart|
|Daryl Washington||LB||ARZ||Moved to MLB #1 on depth chart|
|Paris Lenon||LB||ARZ||Moved to MLB #2 on depth chart|
|John Skelton||QB||ARZ||Moved to QB #1 on depth chart|
|Hamza Abdullah||S||ARZ||Moved to SS #2 on depth chart|
|Sean Considine||S||ARZ||Moved to SS #3 on depth chart|