The rookie ratings for the Houston Texans have been released for Madden NFL 20, where no player ranks above average.
The release of anything to do with the Madden video game franchise is exciting, and for the Houston Texans and Madden NFL 20 that is no different. In the recently released ratings for the rookies, no Texans rookie has been given a rating of higher than 70 on the list.
The highest-rated Texans rookie is third-round selection Kahale Warring with the tight end coming in at 70 overall, followed by second-round draft choice Lonnie Johnson Jr, where the cornerback has a rating of 68 overall.
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Warring is the seventh-highest ranked rookie tight end on the Madden NFL 20 list with the best being T.J. Hockenson of the Detroit Lions, who has a 77 overall rating. As for Warring, his speed comes in at 83, and his acceleration is 88. Warring’s agility is 81, and his strength rating is 75.
Next was first-round pick Tytus Howard with the right tackle having a 67 rating, followed by Johnnie Dixon with the rookie wide receiver having a 66 rating. Max Scharping — another second-round selection — is listed as a left tackle with a 65 rating overall in Madden NFL 20.
In comparison to the rest of the NFL rookies, the highest-rated rookie in all of Madden NFL 20 is New York Jets defensive tackle Quinnen Williams with a rating of 80. Second overall was defensive tackle Ed Oliver Jr. of the Buffalo Bills at 79, and third overall was defensive end Nick Bosa, as the San Francisco 49ers rookie comes in with a 78 rating.
The ratings given to the Texans seem about right because they change throughout the season, so when the rookies actually get on the field their overall number can go up, and with Warring, he has the best chance of all the Houston rookies to see his rating rise throughout the season.