Each week, EA adjusts hundreds of Madden ratings. Here are the changes we're expecting this week. EA adjusts hundreds of Madden 21 ratings each week in its roster updates, and the week 6 roster update is fast approaching. So who should receive a ratings bump, and who should get cut down this week?
Madden 21 Week 6 Roster Update
The weekly Madden 21 roster update brings huge changes to the landscape of the game. These roster updates often go live on Thursday evening (EST), so you can expect more of the same with the week 6 roster update.We break each update down into winners and losers. So where will players land this week?
Week 6 of the 2020 NFL season packed plenty of action, so there are many candidates for a Madden 21 ratings bump this week.
These are the best candidates for better fortunes this week.
Derrick Henry put in the best rushing performance of 2020 in week 6, and it should result in a huge Madden 21 rating increase. Henry managed 212 rushing yards, 52 receiving yards, and 2 TDs in the Tennessee Titans 42-36 OT win over the Houston Texans. We expect it will also make him the MUT 21 TOTW 6 Player of the Week.
Matt Ryan has had a very weak year, but week 6 was a massive return to form.Ryan put on a passing clinic against the Minnesota Vikings, throwing for 371 yards and 4 TDs. This performance led the Falcons to a 40-23 win! This should revive Matt Ryan's Madden 21 rating, and could mean a return to form.
Justin Jefferson is a consolation prize for a very lackluster 2020 for the Minnesota Vikings.The young receiver stepped up huge in week 6, racking up 166 yards and 2 TDs in a 40-23 loss to the Falcons.
These players had a rough week 6 in the 2020 NFL season, and it's only getting worse in Madden 21.
Aaron Rodgers has led the Green Bay Packers to a lot of success in 2020, but you wouldn't know it watching their week 6 game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The Cleveland Browns had a heartbreak with Nick Chubb's injury early in the season, and we're seeing the results today. The Browns were slaughtered 38-7 by the Pittsburgh Steelers in week 6, and Baker Mayfield showed it. Mayfield threw for 119 yards, 1 TD, and 2 INTs in the loss, then was pulled for backup Case Keenum.