EA Sports has announced the top 5 offensive lineman in Madden NFL 16. They range from 95 to 98 overall. You can check out the ratings as well as some screenshots below.
- Marshal Yanda – 98 Overall: Yanda is one of the game’s elite guards, and is playing for a contract extension in 2015. His 99 Run Blocking is tops in the league, and he also brings 90 Pass Blocking and 94 Strength.
- Josh Sitton – 97 Overall: Sitton provides NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers with the protection he needs thanks to 96 Pass Blocking and 88 Run Blocking. Sitton is a key component to the Packers’ high-scoring offense.
- Jason Peters – 96 Overall: Peters starts with a league-best 98 Strength. His 97 Pass Blocking will be crucial to protecting the fragile Sam Bradford, and 96 Run Blocking will help make life easier for new additions DeMarco Murray and Ryan Mathews.
- Nick Mangold – 95 Overall: The six-time Pro Bowler has 91 Strength, and shows his veteran technique with 93 Run Blocking and 90 Pass Blocking.
- Andrew Whitwoth – 95 Overall: Whitworth will be challenged by talented rookies Cedric Ogbuehi and Jake Fisher. He’ll be hard to unseat with 94 Strength, 98 Pass Blocking, and 89 Run Blocking.
- Evan Mathis – 95 Overall
- Joe Thomas – 95 Overall
Here are the top 5 Madden 16 offensive lineman in action.
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Joe Thomas should unquestionably be at the top of this stupid list.
Above Yanda? you’re dreaming
Thomas as an “honorable mention”…lol what
Tyron Smith and Joe Thomas should be tied at the top of this list.