The newest Team of the Week (TOTW 5) has arrived in Madden 21 Ultimate Team!
Let's go over all the new cards coming to Ultimate Team this week, and which players will be receiving upgrades for their performances.
Madden 21 TOTW 5
Team of the Week (TOTW) is an important Madden Ultimate Team program that received some big changes in Madden 21.
The program now includes players with historic performances on this week of the NFL season in previous years as the Heroes and LTD, and players from this year as the Elites and Player of the Week.
Let's go over the players that made the cut for MUT 21 TOTW 5!
LTD - Chris Harris Jr.
This week's new LTD coming to Madden Ultimate Team is Chris Harris Jr.
In a throwback to his huge pick-6 to seal the deal for a Denver Broncos 16-10 victory in week 5 of the 2015 season, he's earned the LTD slot.
Harris Jr. will be a crafty defender for your Ultimate Team squad with 92 Play Recognition and 92 Man Coverage.
Player of the Week - Chase Claypool
Chase Claypool is no household name, but every football fan should mark it down after week 5 of the 2020 NFL season.
Claypool's incredible 3 TD, 110 yard game pushed the Pittsburgh Steelers to a 38-29 win over the Philadelphia Eagles to maintain the Steelers' perfect season so far.
Claypool will be a massive pick up for your MUT 21 squad, bringing 93 Jumping, 92 Speed, and 92 Spectacular Catch to the table!
Offensive Hero - Randall Cunningham
Randall Cunningham is a flashback to a different era of football, but will still be just as effective in your Madden Ultimate Team squad today.
Cunningham's inclusion comes from a massive 442 yard 4 TD performance ending in a victory.
It shows in his MUT 21 card, bringing 93 Agility, 91 Throw Power, and 91 Throw on the Run - which makes Cunningham a dream pickup for the QB meta today.
Defensive Hero - Lance Briggs
Lance Briggs is a hard-nosed linebacker that can bring the pressure the 2012 Bears were famous for to your Ultimate Team squad.
Briggs' Defensive Hero card comes with 90 Hit Power, 90 Tackling, and 90 Pursuit.
Mike Davis - Carolina Panthers
Mike Davis has some big shoes to fill with Christian McCaffrey sidelined to injury.
But he came through in week 5 for a solid performance, enough to earn a spot in Madden Ultimate Team's TOTW 5.
Davis ended up with 149 yards from scrimmage, and 1 TD in the surprising win - earning him an upgrade as an Elite this week.
Patrick Queen - Baltimore Ravens
Patrick Queen led the Ravens' defensive charge against the Cincinnati Bengals - and it was an absolute slaughter.
Queen came out of the 27-3 domination with 9 tackles, 1 sack, 1 forced fumble, 2 fumble recoveries, and returned one of the fumbles for a TD.
With this kind of superhero showing, Queen more than earned a spot in this year's Madden Ultimate Team TOTW 5.
Deshaun Watson - Houston Texans
Deshaun Watson has had a disappointing 2020 on the back of a very weak start for the Houston Texans. But Watson put the pieces back together for a massive showing in week 5.
Watson managed 359 passing yards, and 3 TDs in the Texans' victory.
Troy Reeder - Los Angeles Rams
Troy Reeder was a brick wall for the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday, coming up with 11 tackles and 3 sacks on the night.
This lockdown defense helped the Rams to a very straightforward 30-10 win over the Washington Football Team.
Travis Fulgham - Philadelphia Eagles
Despite a hard-fought loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Philadelphia Eagles showed many positives on Sunday, and one was Travis Fulgham.
Fulgham stepped up as a wideout on Sunday, pulling in 152 yards across 10 receptions, and picking up a TD along the way.
Kyler Fackrell - New York Giants
The New York Giants have had a heartbreaking 2020, with rock bottom including Saquon Barkley tearing his ACL.
The G-Men almost brought together a solid week 5 win, their first of the season, but fell just short 34-37.
A huge part of this effort was Kyler Fackrell, who managed a huge pick-6 along with his 3 trackles.