Madden 20: All the best tackle breaking Ultimate Team players

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Defense wins championships is an age old
saying. Of course, perhaps the most fundamental aspect of defense is tackling.
If you can’t stop anyone what’s the point of even showing up?

Conversely, as an offensive player, however fast or slow, strong or weak you are, if you can break tackles you can be a weapon. On Madden, there isn’t much that is more infuriating than a player breaking your best attempts at tackles all the way to the endzone, or more satisfying when you’re the one doing it.

In order to do that, you’re going to need a little help. Which players are going to be the best at running through defenders for your team?

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Okoye, Legends (92 OVR)

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Tackle: 93

House Value: Xbox – 358k/PS4 – 370k/PC – 471k

Christian Okoye, the Nigerian Nightmare. Arguably one of the most entertaining ball carriers of the last few generations because he played with complete disregard for the player in front of him (unless you’re Steve Atwater).

6’1”, 253 lbs, 88 speed, 90 strength, 93 trucking, 92 ball carrier vision, 90 stiff arm and 92 carrying. That’s
just not fair. Add in 88 lead block, 84 run blocking and 92 impact blocking and he is a
backfield do it all.

While he is a FB, he is still 93 OVR at RB so you could put him there. However, imagine running a triple option, full back dive or an old school playbook which features heavy doses of FB carries with Okoye in that spot? Watch. Out.

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Barkley, MUT Heroes (91 OVR)

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Tackle: 93

House Value: Xbox – 250k/PS4 – 259k/PC – 230k

Of course Barkley is on here. The second
year back has been incredible in his short NFL career, thanks to his incredible
contact balance, strength and ability to bounce off contact.

Where Okoye is raw power, Barkley can do it all. He has 89 speed, 93 agility, 89 spin move and 90 juke move, with 78 strength, 80 trucking, 82 stiff arm and, of course, 93 break tackle. Add in 74 catching and Barkley never needs to leave the field.

If you can splash out the coins for Barkley, you’ll be leaving a lot of frustrated players behind you.

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Hall, Most Feared (93 OVR)

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Tackle: 93

House Value: Xbox – 1.1m/PS4 – 958k/PC – N/A

The Human Joystick. If you earn a nickname
like that, you obviously did something very right during your career, and as
you may have guessed, Hall’s came from his ability to make people miss and
break slip around contact.

Overall, he isn’t great as a pure receiver.
With 84 catch, 79 catch in traffic, 78 spectacular catch, 82 short route
running, 78 medium and 81 deep, but just getting the ball in
his hands means trouble. Especially as a returner, that’s when he comes into
his own. 94 return, 92 speed, 93 agility, 94 elusiveness, 94 ball carrier vision, 93 spin move, 94 juke move and 93 break tackle.

He is so slippery. But is around a million coins worth a kick returner and gimmick offensive player?

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Gordon II, Master (93 OVR)

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Break Tackle: 90

House Value: Xbox – 316k/PS4 – 321k/PC – 299k

Based on this season, for the most part, this
card may seem like it is overrating Gordon. But the last two weeks should serve
as a reminder of how good a runner he is. This Series 2 Master card reflects

While he isn’t quite as complete a weapon
as Barkley, Gordon is no slouch. 89 speed, 89 agility, 78 trucking, 88 elusiveness, 91 ball
carrier vision, 90 stiff arm, 83 spin move, 95 juke move and 90 break tackle. He also has 92 carrying so is unlikely to fumble.

Gordon’s juking and break tackle ability are a problem, and you could run wild with them.

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Ingram, Series Redux (TOTW) (91 OVR)

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Tackle: 90

House Value: Xbox – 159k/PS4 – 150k/PC – 190k

By far the cheapest option on here, and
though he may lack some of the gaudy ratings of the other guys on the list, his
versatility as a runner make him an excellent value tackle breaker.

Ingram does a lot of the dirty work for the Ravens while Lamar Jackson provides the highlights, but this card gives Ingram the love he deserves. He only has 86 speed, but he makes up for it with 80 strength, 91 trucking, 85 stiff arm, 80 spin move, 90 juke move, 90 carrying and 90 break tackle.

There is no running situation that he needs to sub out, and for his price he's a bargain.


Breaking Tackle players in MUT

Player Position Team Program Overall Break Tackle
Christian OkoyeFBKansas City ChiefsLegends9293
Sauon BarkleyRBNew York GiantsMUT Heroes9193
Dante HallWRKansas City ChiefsMost Feared9393
Melvin Gordon IIIRBLos Angeles ChargersMaster9390
Mark Ingram IIRBBaltimore RavensSeries Redux (TOTW)9190
LeVeon BellRBNew York JetsSeries Redux (Most Feared)9390
Ezekiel ElliotRBDallas CowboysSignature Series9290
Jim BrownRBCleveland BrownsLegends9190
Chris CarsonRBSeattle SeahawksUltimate Kickoff9090
Todd Gurley IIRBLos Angeles RamsMUT Superstars9089
Alvin KamaraRBNew Orleans SaintsSeries Redux (MUT Heroes)9289
Bo JacksonRBOakland RaidersSeries Redux (MUT 10)9189
Mark IngramRBNew Orleans SaintsFlashbacks9089
Gale SayersRBChicago BearsLegends9189
Clinton PortisRBWashington RedskinsLegends9288
Terrell OwensWRSan Francisco 49ersLegends9188
Deion SandersCBDallas CowboysSeries Redux (MUT 10)9288
Nick ChubbRBCleveland BrownsTOTW9088
Donald DriverWRGreen Bay PackersLegends9387
Deuce McAllisterRBNew Orleans SaintsTheme Diamonds8987

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