Buffalo Bills News: Going through the Madden 19 player ratings

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The Buffalo Bills have several players who have received nice ratings in the latest edition of the Madden NFL video game franchise.

The Buffalo Bills have some real talent on the team this season and that is reflected in the ratings given to the players in Madden NFL 19.

Micah Hyde is the top overall player with a 92 overall rating. Next is LeSean McCoy, followed by Jordan Poyer.

A majority of the top rated players play on defense, which is to be expected given the way this team is built. Rookie linebacker Tremaine Edmunds has a rating of 75, which is just one notch ahead of Josh Allen who is rated a 74.

In case you were wondering, tight end Reid Ferguson has the lowest rating on the team with a 46. He may want to go in and manually edit himself if he buys the game.

It is fun to have a talented team because that means Bills fans can play with the Bills and not be at a disadvantage from the start. The Bills are a legitimate team to play with in Madden 19 and fans can have fun when some of the rookie ratings hopefully go up as the season progresses.

We look at this and more in today’s edition of The Morning Charge.

Buffalo Bills News:

Madden 19 player ratings have been released; Micah Hyde tops Buffalo Bills (Buffalo Rumblings, Dylan Zadonowicz)

This article goes through and breaks down the ratings by position, in case you want to see more about how the team shakes out in the game.

No selections by the team in 2018 NFL Supplemental Draft (BuffaLowDown, Steven Kubitza)

As for some real life football news, the Bills didn’t make a move in yesterday’s Supplemental Draft. There was some talent for the taking but the cost may have ended up being too high for Brandon Beane and the Bills.

Report: NFL talking to Georgia authorities, Delicia Cordon’s lawyer (PFT, Mike Florio)

Some of the latest news on the situation surrounding LeSean McCoy.

Buffalo Bills have bottom-4 offensive arsenal, says ESPN’s Bill Barnwell (NYup.com, Ryan Talbot)

And finally today, a look at some more bulletin board material for Bills fans, and the players as well, as the team prepares for training camp.