Today marks the official one-month countdown to the release of EA Sports Madden 19 and a graphic containing the ratings for all 32 team has been making the rounds, featuring the defending Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles as the best in the game. Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers both earned 99 overall ratings while Russell Wilson, Drew Brees, and Matt Ryan filled out the rest of the list.
Tuesday's player ratings reveal also appears to have settled a debate between Seattle's Griffin twins - cornerback Shaquill Griffin and linebacker Shaquem Griffin - who EA Sports asked, "Which Griffin brother has a faster speed rating in Madden NFL 19?".
The Eagles have a 90 overall rating, six points higher than the next best team - the New England Patriots.
Read on to discover where some other notable Broncos rank ahead of the season.
Roy Keane summed up England's World Cup exit with one, brutal sentence
The Arsenal legend then decides to joke with his former United rival, appearing to forget his words. The latest JOE World Cup Minipod hosted by Dion Fanning and Paddy McKenna is here .
Let's take a look at five 49ers that could see their Madden 19 rating take a jump in 2018.
The Falcons have a total of 21 players with a rating of 80 or higher, and a good argument could be made that a couple of players below that threshold should be rated among that group. Madden 19 will hit stores on August 10.
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