Rejoice Madden fans! Madden 15 releases August 26th and ratings are slowly being released for the upcoming game. Today they released the NFC North ratings and the Chicago Bears might be one of the more attractive teams rating-wise to use in the game.
Overall the Bears were given a 84 overall, which is very respectable Madden-wise.
The Bears have a a very good Madden offense boosting a top five rated running back in Matt Forte (95 overall) and a top five rated wide receiver in Brandon Marshall (96 overall). Add in 91 overall rated Alshon Jeffery, 87 overall rated Martellus Bennett to the mix and the receiving core looks lethal.
But how about the quarterback? Jay Cutler is rated 86 overall, the same rating he had to start off with in last years Madden game.
Matt Slauson has a 91 overall rating which leads the offensive line, while Kyle Long gets a 78 overall.
On the defensive side of the ball the defensive line is led by Lamarr Houston who has a 89 overall rating and Jared Allen with a 87 overall rating. Some other notables on defense include Lance Briggs (87 overall), Charles Tillman (87 overall) and Tim Jennings (88 overall).
Rookie first round pick Kyle Fuller gets his first ever Madden rating at 75 overall. Good for third best in the Bears secondary.
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