Search
 
 

Display results as :
 

 


Rechercher Advanced Search

Latest topics
» Season 23 Draft News
Tue Oct 09, 2018 11:40 am by zill_kills

» M19 Power Rankings
Tue Oct 09, 2018 9:31 am by Mattanite

» Browns position changes
Wed Sep 26, 2018 8:45 am by Mattanite

» M19: Rams Position Changes
Wed Sep 26, 2018 6:21 am by LTown27ers

» Jags position changes
Thu Sep 20, 2018 5:03 pm by brza37

» Season 24: Base Defense and Front 7 Declaration
Tue Sep 11, 2018 11:51 pm by MeisterEder69

» Rams vs Vikings
Thu Sep 06, 2018 8:15 am by Mattanite

» Titans Jags
Tue Sep 04, 2018 11:35 am by LTown27ers

» Viks vs bills
Sun Sep 02, 2018 3:30 pm by Mattanite

October 2018
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
 123456
78910111213
14151617181920
21222324252627
28293031   

Calendar Calendar

Top posting users this month
Mattanite
 
zill_kills
 
brza37
 
ParaAUT
 


Drafted Rookie All-52 Team

Go down

Drafted Rookie All-52 Team

Post by Mattanite on Thu Jul 26, 2018 5:20 pm

The SMLE has compilled his All-Drafted 52 man squad for Madden 18 based on stats, OVR and legendary performances in the league. 

POSNameTeamSMLE Draft Expert
QB1Zach MiliJetsMili came into the league as a super agile dual threat QB chosen No1 overall but his first season was marred by a plethora of turnovers. He managed to progress each season and became a deep threat resulting in the Milibomber MVP
QB2Paul MartinekDolphinsMartinek was drafted in the first round with huge question marks concerning his mental game. The Dolphins were staring down the barrel of a lost season when Martinek stepped up to win ROTY and provide some consistency to an already reliable offense.
QB3Ryon QuinnRedskinsQuinn tumbled in the draft to the second round where the Redskins pulled the trigger and he quickly supplanted Cousins in his rookie season. His ROTY like stats dragged the team towards playoff contention if only a certain Power HB didn't bruise his way to ROTY.
HB1Deontae TimmonsChiefsA late round pick who was expected to spell the other rotational backs on the Chiefs roster, a change in team scheme meant he quickly forced his way to starter and, despite being a plodder, powered his way to an MVP year.
HB2Rodriguez SaundersBrownsSaunders was a huge unknown ahead of the draft but blew up the combine despite his tape looking subpar. The Browns put him in situations to win and he collected POTW in his first game and never looked back. Super speed made the super team look all that more scary.
HB3Zach FrederickPanthersIn a season where Timmons took MVP, Frederick also gets a nod. A controversial training camp trade saw him arrive at the Panthers with a stacked running back core but he proved to be the essential thunder to McCaffrey's lightning.
FBReed FrerotteChiefsTimmons couldn't have taken the MVP if it wasn't for the freakishly fast, huge and strong Frerotte. He was a bulldozer as a lead blocker and the Blue Collar rookie of this All-52 team.
WR1Evander RaymondSeahawksRaymond was a wildcard in the draft, who would step up for a slightly older Calvin Johnson clone already 24 at the draft. The Seahawks struck gold with this heavyweight puncher and was an essential piece to the rebuild as trade bait for the Jets where he put up monster Mili stats.
WR2Ray SearsCowboysSears came out the draft with the tag “untrainable” but with defenses focusing on the many Cowboys other threats over the seasons Sears managed to put up great numbers. A rookie pro bowl nod quickly snapped that label off with multiple playoff and superbowl games in tow.
WR3Julius BurnsSteelersBurns did just that, he burned everyone. The Steelers went from slow and steady run/pass game to a dynamic offensive threat not seen since Mike Wallace. He just ran and ran and ran, WR end arounds and deep routes turned into regular Tds.
WR4Marhsall LadlerChiefsThe Chiefs took a risk on the oversized deep threat to compliment their power run game and despite some injury set backs he put up monster numbers including the highlight real deep bomb endzone TD over 2 Bills defenders.
WR5Raymond DutkaFalconsDutka looked like a dud in the draft. The almost cursed draft class looked like a bust but the Falcons and Matty Ice managed to turn heads when Dutka started catching everything. From zero to hero on the team.
WR6Arsenio WatersBillsWaters was the No1 overall pick after a shocking Julio Jones trade based on limited game tape and an explosive combine. Despite being injured 8 games he still made the probowl and could've broken OBJ rookie records had he remained healthy all season.
TE1Ashley MumphreyPanthersCall me lazy but it was really hard to pick a TE. Mumphrey was asked to replace Greg Olsen but never really stepped up, Yeast only had one okay season and Ashley wasn't Matty Ice's primary target all resulting in an underwhelming class of TE. They had skill, just not targets.
TE2Deandre YeastTitans
TE3Christian AshleyFalcons
LT1Taylor Peterson DolphinsThe Dolphins had a LT already but a policy to take the best player available and a slight drop at the top of the 1st round say Peterson land with a team stacked at OL. He was the cherry on top and a reason why the Dolphins remained so hard to get off the field.
LT2Berry HadnotEaglesJason Peters is a hard man to replace, but the Eagles had a great OL rebuilding draft class which included Hadnot who allowed newly incoming Andrew Luck to flourish again and march onto a 16-0 season.
LG1Jameel GipsonPanthersGipson could likely claim the title as one of the best linemen in the league. The 2nd round pick was one of the reasons the Panthers spent a season not passing as he blasted holes left and right but managed to eventually round his game out for a great passing season eventually.
LG2Kasey NiklasChiefsNiklas was another key player in the Chiefs newly established power run game but also had great pass blocking skills to let the deep pass develop and let Mahomes let loose.
C1Jackson LeBlancBengalsDrafted in the first round, LeBlanc was had decent size and strength but was great in the run game allowing Mixon to shine as he hit defenders hard.
C2Frank HoltSteelersIt's hard to replace a fan favourite like Pouncey but Holt did a solid job but never flashed as a late 2nd round pick by the Steelers.
RG1Bruce SheppardJaguarsSheppard was a steal at the end of the 2nd round and proved to be a road grading run blocker for Fournette and later as a decent pass blocker in the Jags Vertical Pass game.
RG2Matt CannBengalsAnother Bengals blocker, this time Cann who was the leader of the super drafted Bengals OL. He had the size, strength and smarts to block in the pass and run game.
RT1Craig HornBengalsAnother Bengals blocker, they had a lot of OL needs and managed to fill them in the draft, Horn was a low strength technician who performed marvellously using his huge size.
RT2D J MoultonColtsDrafted early in the first round as part of the Colts retool post Andrew Luck, Moulton was a nasty power blocker who let Hill get to the outside.
LE1Shundrez ReevesEaglesReeves was viewed as a one trick speed rusher but the Eagles needed just that. A key player in the vaunted Eagles Wide9/A-Gap defense, Reeves stormed to a ROTY title and numerous records.
LE2Cooper RomanowskiJetsThe Jets love freaks, look at most of this roster and you'll see why, Romanwoski wasn't fighting Aliens or the Predator but looked like an action hero still. A great rookie season and probowl nod meant the Jets looked scary again.
DT1Eldrin NobleBillsNoble wasn't originally counted amongst draft royalty, projected in the later rounds but the Bills took a chance in the 2nd round and he went on to earn multiple probowl honours as the 3tech in the Bills Tampa 2 Triangle D.
DT2Gilbert MoodyColtsMoody turned out to be the badass everyone expected and performed even better when the Colts shifted from a 34 to a 43. Along with another rookie phenom below, Moody anchored the DL for a Colts reload – not rebuild.
DT3Will BurgessCowboysBurgess went overlooked in the draft as Coach's tried to shore up sexier positions, but the Cowboys listened to the draft experts and took the DT at the end of the first round where he quietly went to work, performing season after season.
DT4Blair GiffelsJetsEveryone laughed at Giffels during the bench press and he slid down draft boards until the Jets took a chance on a non-freak and were rewarded with a great pass rushing specialist ideally suited for the pass heavy AFC East.
RE1Franklin BillupsChiefsBillups looked a bit JAG in the draft (Just A Guy), he wasn't a burner or power rusher, but still the Chiefs wisely picked him up at the end of the first where he put up astonishing sack numbers every season.
RE2Morris DekkerChiefsDekker makes the list as a bigger freak than Romanowski, and putting up 22 rookie sacks and a prowbowl selection despite rotating around the Chiefs DL. The Chiefs D looked scary which was just as good as the offense crumbled in the final season.
SLB1Frank JonesRavensIt's a shame the Ravens had to face perennial playoff Coaches in the Browns, Steelers and Bengals as Jones was the greatest athlete in all the drafts. Lightning quick and a brilliant technician, but just not in the position to collect sacks always chasing a lead.
SLB2Jack MorminoPanthersMormino was the drafts wildcard, super fast undersized pass rusher drafted into the Panthers 43 defense as a linebacker. He proved he belonged with 14 rookie sacks and a part of the Panthers nightmare D when Danielle Hunter came to town.
MLB1Kent RachalBrownsThe Browns coach is a mad scientist, like with Saunders, Rachal wasn't really on many radars but the 6'5” super speed LB was put in a position to win roaming the deep middle of the D. He looked like a safety in a DEs body on the field.
MLB2Dalton EricksonRedskinsThe Redskins were great at developing LBs and Erickson benefited from some great coaching. Putting up respecatable stats in the ultra competitive NFC East.
MLB3Sherard CarterColtsCarter was the start of retooling the Colts defense. He came in when it was it's weakest and along with some other key pieces managed to put the fear back into opponents. A great rangey LB worth a high 1st round pick.
WLB1Justin RushingBillsRushing became a key piece in the Bills Tampa2 Triangle, being able to range the deep field and keep up with crossing routes. He earned probowl honours and became the bane of the AFC East with his superman like INTs.
WLB2Rashaun ByrdRedskinsByrd was a late round pick who found the right coach and became an awesome Cover LB. He couldn't quite stick with the team and was traded around, landing with the Lions where he remained a solid backer under a new coach.
CB1Rashaud McleanJetsAnother Jets freak! Mclean was drafted to counter Julio Jones, Brandon Cooks and the Dolphins triple headed WR corps and he did just that. He wasn't an interception machine but barely allowed a pass every season.
CB2Randall BarsBrownsOh luck, another underrated player drafted by the Browns and turned into a god! Drafted in the 3rd round he soon became known as an exceptional blitzer and zone corner, with decent INT numbers.
CB5Sanchez LawsonSteelersThe Steelers love an off-man speed CB and Lawson was just that. Drafted in the first round, he never put up huge interceptions but he kept the passing numbers down enough for the offense to flourish.
CB4Tuni McMahonBearsMcMahon was meant to be a lockdown CB but had some struggles early on with the Bears. Nevertheless he learnt and put up solid numbers locking down his side of the field.
CB5Dougles BurnsPanthersThe only UDFA who made the list!!!!! Burns didn't do much in his first season but slowly became more dependable in the few seasons afterwards with decent INT numbers and wasn't asked to cover for long with the Panthers DEs closing fast.
FS1Javian MeriweatherBrownsMeriweather was part of the Browns first draft hoard, the team already having gone 19-0 got richer as Meriweather became an instant superstar and pick machine in the deep field.
FS2Joey CamarilloJetsCamarillo was a height-speed-weight type safety with average skills... He did however have a brilliant DB coach at the Jets who always put him into position for picks out of nowhere.
FS3Falo LongDolphinsThe Dolphins slowly became overcrowded at safety but Long was a mainstay who always managed to separate every training camp. He didn't post “wow” stats but was a consistent tackler and zone cover safety (who wasn't consistent at the Dolphins).
SS1Bradley Ali49ersI still can't believe Ali dropped so far to the end of the 1st round as the 49ers cackled and handed in the fastest draft card I've ever seen. He quickly became a superstar and locked up the NFC West's offences.
SS2Deandre OlsenPatriotsI'm a big fan of Olsen (who moved to FS later on), he was drafted in the second round as a jack of all trades yet “did his job” for the Patriots and humbly became a great safety.
KHenry GaudinTitansIt was very hard to pick a kicker but Gaudin solidly put up decent numbers for numerous seasons without any standout terrible moments to lose games...
PColin JensenBillsThe beautiful Colin Jensen earned earned rookie Probowl honours for the Bills (and numerous L'Oriel contracts for is long black locks). 19 in-the-20 punts as a rookie, including a 90+ yard punt against the Jets made Jensen a gorgeous punter.
PS QBChase LorigCowboysLorig has great “per pass” numbers and was a runner for the ROTY but he was never asked to do as much as the other QBs above and was surrounded by uncountable weapons and a rock solid OL. Who wouldn't succeed...
PS HBAntwan RayPatriotsAntwan Ray was a first round pick without a position originally, the Coach favouring the TB12 passing attack. But as TB12 slowed and retired Ray became the flame the team needed to reignite the offense and eventually rivalled Saunders as the best speed back in the league.
PS WRC.J. OverstreetTexansC.J. Overstreet was lost in the crowd of the Texans WR corps but still did okay when counted on. He was a key cog in the Jaguars trade where he'd find more targets in the deep pass loving Jags offense.
PS OTRafael GuytonBengalsAnother another Bengals blocker, Guyton didn't quite have the skill as the others but was respectable still, a smart pass blocker who kept the Ginger Ninja and then Dak safe.
PS G/CPhillip KoyackEaglesPart of the Eagles OL rebuild, he was a great guard in a crowded class of great guards. With great size and speed, he was great at getting to the second level and pulling on blocks.
PS DLB J ColemanTexansColeman was a man mountain at the NT spot. He put up 6 sacks as a rookie despite playing the 1gap and eating OL. Another season would've seen the front 7 of the Texans defense feared league wide.
PS RushBradley TaylorJetsThe Jets were known for drooling over freak athletes (as above) but Taylor came in as an undersized, slow technician and managed to put up respectable numbers despite his limitations.
PS LBDeandre WatersJetsDeandre Waters could've had better stats had the Jets roster not been so crowded at LB but with a decent level of INTs and Sacks per season he at least makes the practice squad.
PS CBJason DrakefordBillsDrakeford looked like a great pick after Justin Rushing at No24 and narrowly missing out on the Probowl and Rookie awards, he was a solid Nickel CB. But a disastrous sophemore season and average 3rd season saw his value drop once lined up on the outside.
PS SO.C. DunnBroncosO. C. Dunn had some question marks in the first round but managed to win ROTY awards and prove to be a solid pick. It's a shame that there was a quick coaching turnover and the roster fell apart so he was overlooked in terms of value to the team.


Last edited by Mattanite on Thu Jul 26, 2018 7:51 pm; edited 2 times in total (Reason for editing : Cell to table format)

_________________
Will think of a better signature later...
avatar
Mattanite
All-Madden
All-Madden

Posts : 544
Join date : 2017-04-12
Age : 31
Location : UK

View user profile http://www.operationsports.com/Geodude/

Back to top Go down

Re: Drafted Rookie All-52 Team

Post by xxeternalxx on Thu Jul 26, 2018 5:30 pm

I can't see half of this, is that just me?
avatar
xxeternalxx
All-Madden
All-Madden

Posts : 443
Join date : 2013-11-18

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Drafted Rookie All-52 Team

Post by Mattanite on Thu Jul 26, 2018 6:05 pm

Rewriting now, table is available in Telegram.

_________________
Will think of a better signature later...
avatar
Mattanite
All-Madden
All-Madden

Posts : 544
Join date : 2017-04-12
Age : 31
Location : UK

View user profile http://www.operationsports.com/Geodude/

Back to top Go down

Re: Drafted Rookie All-52 Team

Post by Mattanite on Thu Jul 26, 2018 7:51 pm

Bump for the new table...

_________________
Will think of a better signature later...
avatar
Mattanite
All-Madden
All-Madden

Posts : 544
Join date : 2017-04-12
Age : 31
Location : UK

View user profile http://www.operationsports.com/Geodude/

Back to top Go down

Re: Drafted Rookie All-52 Team

Post by Bishbosh1985 on Thu Jul 26, 2018 8:08 pm

Fantastic stuff Matty. Big fat gold star for you sir!

_________________
[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
avatar
Bishbosh1985
Hall of Fame
Hall of Fame

Posts : 1687
Join date : 2011-11-13
Location : Halas Hall

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Drafted Rookie All-52 Team

Post by Mattanite on Fri Jul 27, 2018 9:20 am

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Fantastic stuff Matty. Big fat gold star for you sir!

Cheers, I got halfway through the write ups and thought "can I not just make this a 32team re-draft?" ahahaha, took a while.

_________________
Will think of a better signature later...
avatar
Mattanite
All-Madden
All-Madden

Posts : 544
Join date : 2017-04-12
Age : 31
Location : UK

View user profile http://www.operationsports.com/Geodude/

Back to top Go down

Re: Drafted Rookie All-52 Team

Post by ParaAUT on Fri Jul 27, 2018 11:10 am

Great work Matt!

2 findings:
1) This guy has to be in as another UDFA:
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

Smile


2) Some nice findings there. TE classes were absolutely terrible and no real players were available. If it's the same next year, we may need to adjust XP sliders for TE a bit.
avatar
ParaAUT
All-Pro
All-Pro

Posts : 299
Join date : 2017-03-27

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Drafted Rookie All-52 Team

Post by Mattanite on Fri Jul 27, 2018 12:43 pm

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:2) Some nice findings there. TE classes were absolutely terrible and no real players were available. If it's the same next year, we may need to adjust XP sliders for TE a bit.

TE was tough to develop, and FB OVR generally stayed the same as when they were drafted as their goal XP was terrible. WR was slightly hard unless they made the probowl. I felt QB, HB and OL were spot on. And no problems progressing defence. There was no dynamite probowl kicker to pick either...

Also, not being able to choose which weekly training session to run might cause issues developing teams how you want. I easily did 70% OL training all Madden 18.

_________________
Will think of a better signature later...
avatar
Mattanite
All-Madden
All-Madden

Posts : 544
Join date : 2017-04-12
Age : 31
Location : UK

View user profile http://www.operationsports.com/Geodude/

Back to top Go down

Re: Drafted Rookie All-52 Team

Post by zill_kills on Fri Jul 27, 2018 4:22 pm

I did as well [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] does this mean no more weekly training?

_________________
SB or nothing.
avatar
zill_kills
All-Madden
All-Madden

Posts : 472
Join date : 2017-01-27
Location : believeland! No! the one with the star on the helmet

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Drafted Rookie All-52 Team

Post by FraserOliver17 on Tue Jul 31, 2018 1:00 pm

Safe to say Jets won all the draft accolades this year. If I had finished the season I'd have backed my team of Mon-Stars to get deep in the playoffs

_________________
NEW YORK JETS
Season 23: W W L L  / L W L L L L W L L L B L L L L W L            / X X X / X    3-13
Season 24: W W L L  / L L L L L L L B L W W L L L L L L             / X X X / X    2-14
Season 25: W W L L  / W W L W L L L L W B L W L W L L L        / X X X / X    6-10
Season 26: W W W L / L L W W B W W W L W L W W L L L W    / X X X / X     9-7


AWARDS
MVP: x1 - Zach Mili (Jets)
OPOY: x1 - Zach Mili (Jets)
DPOY: x

OROY: x
DROY: x1 - Cooper Romanowski (Jets)
Best QB: x1 - Zach Mili (Jets)
Best RB:
Best WR: x1 - Evander Raymond (Jets)
avatar
FraserOliver17
Veteran
Veteran

Posts : 210
Join date : 2017-08-17
Age : 26
Location : Solihull

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Drafted Rookie All-52 Team

Post by Sponsored content


Sponsored content


Back to top Go down

Back to top

- Similar topics

 
Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum