With one game in the books for the 2022-23 NFL season, now we have something to talk about for the latest Madden 23 roster update.
The NFL started their 2022-23 season in Sofi Stadium, the same place the previous season ended. While the game took place both times, the outcome was different. The Rams celebrated a big win in the Super Bowl to conclude the season. To start the year, they found themselves losing 31-10 at home.
With such a big win by the Bills, there definitely is a lot of takeaways to discuss with this one. Today we will stick with the virtual side of things and look at some predictions for the next roster update fans can expect from EA for Madden 23.
Madden 23 Week 1 Roster Update: 5 Predictions
The first prediction definitely involves quarterback Josh Allen. Allen had a terrific first game of the season throwing for three touchdowns and passing for 297 yards. Outside of that, he made some great plays running the ball and throwing on the fly. We predict that his rating running and his strength both will have to get bumped up after that terrific game.
Next has to be Jalen Ramsey getting bumped down a bit on his stats. Ramsey did not have the greatest first game of the season for the Rams and definitely left room for improvement.
The third prediction and fourth predictions go together here. The Rams playbook in game will have should accurately represent the utilization of the team. This has to do with Cam Akers and Allen Robinson not really being involved offensively. Akers had just three carries for zero yards at running back while Darrell Henderson Jr had 13 carries for the team. The Rams playbook should accurately showcase their utilization of their running backs and wide receivers.
The fifth prediction involves a little bump for Rams wide receiver Ben Skowronek. Skowronek had four receptions on six targets on the night and used his size when he did get the ball. While the Rams did come up short, Skowronek looked pretty good during his time on the field.
We will update our story with more predictions following the Monday Night Football game between the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks.