Madden 22 Week 5 roster update predictions are coming in after a wild Monday Night Football game that saw the Baltimore Ravens overcome the Indianapolis Colts in overtime.
Each week, EA Sports updates the Madden 22 rosters to reflect players who showed out and underperformed. Those who had standout performances are favored to receive upgrades, and there are five players that should be locks to get upgrades this week.
Here's a look at five players who should get upgraded in the Madden 22 Week 5 roster update.
Madden 22 Week 5 Roster Update: 5 Players Who Should Get Upgraded
1. Lamar Jackson - QB - Baltimore Ravens
The former NFL MVP is only getting better. Jackson led the Ravens to a 16-point comeback in overtime against the Colts. He had over 500 all-purpose yards including a career high in passing marking the first time the QB has thrown for over 400 yards in the NFL. With four touchdowns as well, Jackson is a lock for an upgrade.
2. Derrick Henry - RB - Tennessee Titans
Coming off a disappointing loss to the New York Jets, fans questioned how the Titans would respond. Well, how about give the ball to Derrick Henry and let him do his thing? That's exactly what happened as henry rushed for 130 yards on 29 carries with three touchdowns. He's been 96 since launch, it's time for him to be 97.
3. Mike Williams - WR - Los Angeles Chargers
Mike Williams was a cheat code for the Chargers in the team's win over the Cleveland Browns. It was a shootout with the final score in Los Angeles' favor 47-42. Williams led the way with 165 yards on eight catches and two touchdowns. He also had a long of 72 yards.
4. Tom Brady - QB - Tampa Bay Buccaneers
What else is there to say about the GOAT? After being temporarily upgraded to 99 following Week 4, he might be heading for a permanent 99 after this week. Brady was surgical against the Miami Dolphins completing 30 passes on 41 attempts. He had 411 yards with five touchdowns for a passer rating of 144.4.
5. Kyle Pitts - TE - Atlanta Falcons
Pitts, the fourth overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, had a breakout game and a needed one for the Falcons. Missing both Calvin Ridley and Russell Gage in London against the Jets, Pitts had 119 yards and his first NFL touchdown.