Madden NFL 23: All Wide Receiver Ratings Revealed
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Madden NFL 23: All Wide Receiver Ratings Revealed

Ratings week is officially underway, and wide receiver ratings have been revealed
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With the start of NFL training camp just weeks away, EA has officially kicked off its Madden NFL 23 ratings week as of July 18, 2022. Now that player ratings are finally starting to get revealed, football fans are eager to find out where their favorite players land in the pecking order. Beginning with the wide receivers group.

Here are all of the wide receivers ratings in Madden NFL 23.

Madden NFL 23: All Wide Receiver Ratings Revealed

Every elite NFL franchise has a talented pass catcher who can beat opposing DBs off the line and stream down the sidelines on route to a touchdown. Which means that to create a Super Bowl caliber franchise in Madden NFL 23, you’ll want to have at least one of the following players on your team.

Here are the top 50 wide receiver ratings in Madden NFL 23:

Top 50 Wide Receivers

  1. Davante Adams (99), Las Vegas Raiders
  2. Cooper Kupp (98), Los Angeles Rams
  3. Tyreek Hill (97), Miami Dolphins
  4. DeAndre Hopkins (95), Arizona Cardinals
  5. Stefon Diggs (95), Buffalo Bills
  6. Justin Jefferson (93), Minnesota Vikings
  7. Mike Evans (92), Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  8. Keenan Allen (91), Los Angeles Chargers
  9. Terry McLaurin (91), Washington Commanders
  10. Amari Cooper (90), Cleveland Browns
  11. Michael Thomas (90), New Orleans Saints
  12. Tyler Lockett (90), Seattle Seahawks
  13. Chris Godwin (89), Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  14. D.K. Metcalf (89), Seattle Seahawks
  15. Deebo Samuel (89), San Francisco 49ers
  16. Adam Thielen (88), Minnesota Vikings
  17. D.J. Moore (88), Carolina Panthers
  18. A.J. Brown (87), Philadelphia Eagles
  19. Brandin Cooks (87), Houston Texans
  20. Ja’Marr Chase (87), Cincinnati Bengals
  21. Calvin Ridley (86), Atlanta Falcons
  22. Mike Williams (86), Los Angeles Chargers
  23. Robert Woods (86), Tennessee Titans
  24. CeeDee Lamb (85), Dallas Cowboys
  25. Diontae Johnson (85), Pittsburgh Steelers
  26. Hunter Renfrow (85), Las Vegas Raiders
  27. Courtland Sutton (84), Denver Broncos
  28. Jaylen Waddle (84), Miami Dolphins
  29. Marquise Brown (84), Arizona Cardinals
  30. Tyler Boyd (84), Cincinnati Bengals
  31. DeVonta Smith (83), Philadelphia Eagles
  32. Jarvis Landry (83), New Orleans Saints
  33. Michael Pittman Jr. (83), Indianapolis Colts
  34. Michael Gallup (83), Dallas Cowboys
  35. Tee Higgins (83), Cincinnati Bengals
  36. Allen Robinson II (82), Los Angeles Rams
  37. DeVante Parker (82), New England Patriots
  38. Jerry Jeudy (82), Denver Broncos
  39. Marvin Jones Jr. (82), Jacksonville Jaguars
  40. Robbie Anderson (82), Carolina Panthers
  41. Sterling Shepard (82), New York Giants
  42. Brandon Aiyuk (81), San Francisco 49ers
  43. Christian Kirk (81), Jacksonville Jaguars
  44. Kendrick Bourne (81), New England Patriots
  45. Kenny Golladay (81), New York Giants
  46. Nelson Agholor (81), New England Patriots
  47. A.J. Green (80), Arizona Cardinals
  48. Gabriel Davis (80), Buffalo Bills
  49. Jamison Crowder (80), Buffalo Bills
  50. Juju Smith-Schuster (80), Kansas City Chiefs

Related: All Players 99 or Higher in Madden NFL 23

Top 10 Rookie Wide Receivers

  1. Jameson Williams (78), Detroit Lions
  2. Chris Olave (76), New Orleans Saints
  3. Garrett Wilson (76), New York Jets
  4. Drake London (75), Atlanta Falcons
  5. Jahan Dotson (75), Washington Commanders
  6. George Pickens (74), Pittsburgh Steelers
  7. Treylon Burks (73), Tennessee Titans
  8. John Metchie III (73), Houston Texans
  9. Skyy Moore (72), Kansas City Chiefs
  10. Wan’Dale Robinson (72), New York Giants

My immediate takeaway from the wide receiver launch ratings is that EA has been awfully generous to the veterans and harsh on the rookies. With over 50 receivers rated 80 or higher, it looks like no team will be without a quality pass catcher. The issue is that none of them will be rookies.

I’d be curious to know why EA believes players like Nelson Agholor (81) and Tim Patrick (80) are better than first-round draft picks Chris Olave (76) or Garrett Wilson (76). I also find it hard to imagine that Randall Cobb (78) is on par with Jameson Williams, who’s the highest-rated rookie in the game. Obviously, these ratings will fluctuate over the course of the real-life NFL season, however, I certainly have some questions after seeing these initial ratings.

That’s everything you need to know about all of the latest reveals for the wide receiver ratings in Madden NFL 23. Before you go, don’t forget to check out some of our other Madden content here at Gamer Journalist. Like how to use FieldSENSE in Madden 23 or all changes to Franchise Mode in Madden 23.

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