EA Sports released the new player ratings update for week 11. As you’d expect, some players saw their overall ratings skyrocket while others watched as their rating plummeted.

Players who had big performances, such as RE Adrian Clayborn of the Atlanta Falcons, were definitely rewarded with boosts in their Madden 18 player rating. The player with the highest rating, and who saw a big jump in their overall rating, was FS Kevin Byard of the Tennessee Titans. Clayborn’s overall rose by 3 points, bumping his rating to an 84. Byard’s overall also rose by 3 points, giving him a new 88 overall rating.

Biggest Winners

FS Kevin Byard +3 (88 overall)

RE Adrian Clayborn +3 (84 overall)

SS Keanu Neal +3 (86 overall)

FB Jay Prosch +6 (77 overall)

FB James Develin +3 (80 overall)

RT Ryan Ramczyk +3 (80 overall)

TE Seth Devalve +3 (78 overall)

FB Zach Line +4 (74 overall)

Biggest Losers

LOLB Lawrence Timmons -3 (78 overall)

CB William Gay -2 (75 overall)

CB Tramaine Brock Sr. -3 (73 overall)

LT Taylor Decker -3 (79 overall)

RT Ryan Schraeder -3 (80 overall)

FB Roosevelt Nix -8 (59 overall)

It was a big week for the fullbacks on both the winners and losers list. FB’s Jay Prosch and Zach Line benefited from their teams’ big days on the ground. On the other hand, you have FB Roosevelt Nix who was simply crushed in this week’s ratings update. Nix fell by a whopping 8 points and dropped down to a measly 59 overall rating.

As always, the ratings update is available for download on both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles. You can find the fully updated player ratings on the EA Sports Madden 18 site.

Be sure to check back with SGO regularly for more Madden 18 ratings news and analysis.

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Matthew Sherdan is a web content writer and journalist who lives in beautiful Asheville, NC. He earned his BA in Professional Writing from the University of North Carolina Wilmington (Go Seahawks!) where he developed his passion for content marketing and web journalism. He loves writing about and competitively playing the Madden franchise. Matthew’s a flat out sports junkie, sports trivia nerd, and he just can’t seem to get enough NFL in his life. Matthew’s dream is to someday cover an NFL team, or the just the NFL itself, in some capacity.