Madden

Julio Jones Madden 23 Rating Explained

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Madden 23 has been out for more than a month and fans across the world have enjoyed playing the latest edition in the EA Madden franchise. One player you might be wondering about rating-wise is Julio Jones.

Madden was released to the public on Aug. 19, but the game had its first major update this past week. One big part of sports games is comparing the ratings of different players. For today's exercise, we will be looking at Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver, Julio Jones.

Julio Jones Madden 23 Rating

Julio Jones played for the Tenessee Titans in 2021-22, considering these stats usually go off of the last season, that is all we will be looking at today.

Jones played in ten games for the Titans last season, during that time he had 31 receptions on 48 targets, and he put up 434 receiving yards during that time. Jones scored just one touch down last season.

Going into this season, Julio Jones went from the Titans to the Bucs, choosing to sign with Tampa Bay this offseason. It looked like it would be a good year for Jones and last night showcased that as he had a great play for the Bucs against the Cowboys.

In Madden 23, Julio Jones is ranked 83 overall in the game. While that is not a horrible rating by any means, it might not accurately reflect just how good Jones is.

Julio Jones has a rating of 91 overall for speed, 90 overall for acceleration, 92 overall for agility, and 90 overall for catching rating. He is definitely not as high-ranked as he could be, but I think the Bucs are just fine with him being underrated going into the season.

Some of the similar skill level players around Jones include Devonte Smith, Jarvis Landry, Michael Gallup, Tee Higgins and Michael Pittman JR, all of whom are ranked 83 overall.

If the Bucs keep winning games and Jones keeps putting up points then EA might have no choice but to bump his rating up.