NFL training camps are officially underway and Madden NFL 23 ratings week has begun. Now that football season is among us and player ratings are finally getting revealed, fans are eager to see where their favorite players land in the pecking order. With one of the the final position group highlighted being the centers.
Here are all of the best center ratings and rankings in Madden NFL 23.
Madden NFL 23: All Center Ratings and Rankings Revealed
Even though many regard left tackles as the most important position on the offensive line, centers aren’t too far off. As the primary communicator and leader of the trenches, centers are designed to control adjustments along the line of scrimmage and alleviate pressure on the quarterback. These players typically need to find a fine balance between instincts and football aptitude as well as superior athleticism and agility. So, it’s certainly a position you’ll want to prioritize in Madden NFL 23.
Without further ado, here are the top 40 centers in Madden NFL 23.
Top 40 Centers
- Corey Linsley (91), Los Angeles Chargers
- Jason Kelce (90), Philadelphia Eagles
- Ryan Jensen (90), Tampa Bay Buccaneers
- Rodney Hudson (89), Arizona Cardinals
- Frank Ragnow (87), Detroit Lions
- Creed Humphrey (86), Kansas City Chiefs
- David Andrews (85), New England Patriots
- Ryan Kelly (82), Indianapolis Colts
- Ben Jones (81), Tennessee Titans
- Chase Roullier (80), Washington Commanders
- Erik McCoy (79), New Orleans Saints
- Mitch Morse (79), Buffalo Bills
- Connor McGovern (77), New York Jets
- Ted Karras (75), Cincinnati Bengals
- Bradley Bozeman (74), Carolina Panthers
- Garrett Bradbury (74), Minnesota Vikings
- Tyler Linderbaum (74), Baltimore Ravens
- Connor Williams (73), Miami Dolphins
- Justin Britt (73), Houston Texans
- Matt Hennessy (73), Atlanta Falcons
- Austin Blythe (72), Seattle Seahawks
- Jon Feliciano (72), New York Giants
- Lloyd Cushenberry III (72), Denver Broncos
- Brian Allen (71), Los Angeles Rams
- Josh Myers (71), Green Bay Packers
- Tyler Biadasz (71), Dallas Cowboys
- Andre James (70), Las Vegas Raiders
- Ethan Pocic (70), Cleveland Browns
- Austin Reiter (69), Kansas City Chiefs
- Cam Jurgens (68), Philadelphia Eagles
- Dan Feeney (68), New York Jets
- Mason Cole (68), Pittsburgh Steelers
- Nick Gates (68), New York Giants
- Nick Harris (67), Cleveland Browns
- Pat Elflein (67), Carolina Panthers
- Evan Brown (66), Detroit Lions
- Jonotthan Harrison (66), Atlanta Falcons
- Tyler Shatley (66), Jacksonville Jaguars
- Luke Fortner (65), Jacksonville Jaguars
- Sam Mustipher (65), Chicago Bears
Every Madden player knows that it’s hard to find long-term solutions at the center position but this is really taking things to a whole other level. With just ten lone players carrying an 80 overall or higher, it looks like there will be very few teams in Madden NFL 23 with a reliable center.
Now, for the most part, I believe these rankings are relatively accurate. Linsley, Kelce, Jansen and Hudson are rightfully at the top of the list, followed by talented up-and-comers like Ragnow and Humphrey. Although, Nick Gates didn’t allow a single sack in 2020 but missed the majority of last season due to injury. The result? Well, Madden awarded him with a lowly 68 overall. Similarly, Ryan Kelly (82) was a Pro Bowler last year but somehow received the eighth-highest rating in Madden NFL 23.
That’s everything you need to know about the latest Madden NFL 23 ratings reveal highlighting the best centers in the game. Before you leave, be sure to check out some of our other Madden content here at Gamer Journalist. Like everything included with each edition of Madden NFL 23 or how to use FieldSENSE in Madden NFL 23.