Deshaun Watson’s Madden 18 rating is not bad at all. He’ll certainly do some damage.
No one knows yet whether or not we’ll actually get to see Houston Texans’ rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson play this coming season.
The next best thing some fans will have to watching Watson, will be playing with him in Madden Ultimate Team.
Thanks to MUThead.com we now know that Watson’s Madden Ultimate Team overall rating is an 82.
Watson has a speed rating of 84 to go along with an acceleration rating of 88. So you won’t have any problem using him as a runner in Madden.
Watson’s throwing power is an 88, which is not bad at all. His accuracy is an 81. His short accuracy is an 88, medium accuracy is an 82 and deep accuracy is a 79.
I have to say, Watson’s accuracy ratings aren’t bad at all for someone who was ripped during the draft process for “poor accuracy.”
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Even Texans’ head coach Bill O’Brien dismissed the notion that Watson’s accuracy is an issue this offseason after watching him during their OTA’s and minicamp sessions.
If you plan on purchasing Watson’s Ultimate Team card on XBOX One you will likely have to pay around 10,000 for him. When it comes to PlayStation 4, his price is around 12,000 right now.
If Watson’s Madden rating is any indication of how good Watson will be in the NFL, he’ll turn out just fine for the Houston Texans.
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