Madden 21 ratings adjust each week with the Roster Update, which takes into account this week in the 2020 NFL season.
The week 14 Madden 21 Roster Update has arrived, and it shakes up the ratings landscape by adjusting hundreds of Madden 21 ratings.
Let's dive into the biggest changes.
Madden 21 Roster Update
The Madden 21 Roster Update for week 14 changes some big Madden 21 ratings.
We'll divide the Roster Update into its biggest winners and biggest losers this week.
These players came out positively from their week 14 games in the 2020 NFL season.
As a result, they've gotten a nice boost in Madden 21 ratings.
Derrick Henry (95 OVR - +1)
Derrick Henry has been an absolute monster in the 2020 NFL season, and with continued presence, he's been bumped up to 95 OVR in the Week 14 Roster Update.
In week 14, Henry ran for 2 TDs and 215 yards.
Jaire Alexander (93 OVR - +1)
While Jaire Alexander didn't have the most dominant Week 14 performance, his general growth as a player combined with a decent showing has pushed him up in the Madden 21 ratings.
In week 14 Alexander secured 3 tackles and a pass defended in a close win.
Markus Golden (79 OVR - +2)
Markus Golden may not be the most standout defensive name on the Arizona Cardinals, but a strong week 14 game has given him a solid ratings boost in the Madden 21 Roster Update.
Golden secured 2 tackles, 1 sack, 1 forced fumble, and 1 fumble recovery in week 14.
Not everyone can come out on the right side of an NFL week, and these players show it.
For this reason, they've dipped in the Madden 21 ratings.
Terron Armstead (94 OVR - -1)
Armstead is a key piece to the New Orleans Saints' pass protection, and a force gaining ground for Alvin Kamara to strike.
Unfortunately Armstead has seemed to have declined after taking time off for COVID-19. While it may be reactionary after one week back, for this, he's fallen in the madden 21 ratings.
Mick McGlinchey (82 OVR - -2)
Armstead isn't the only offensive tackle to take a blow in this week's Madden 21 Roster Update.
McGlinchey has given up a lot of pressure from the right side of the football, and seems in decline along with the San Francisco 49ers' disappointing 2020 campaign.
Ben Roethlisberger (80 OVR - -2)
The Pittsburgh Steelers have been an amazing team this year, but less and less of the credit can go to Big Ben.
Roethlisberger is massively impressive as a veteran leading one of the most successful teams today, but that team isn't successful because of its offense. In fact, the Steelers offense is struggling, and while Ben is this winning team's QB, it's really the defense that's earned many of those W's.
It's now showing in the Madden 21 ratings courtesy of the new Roster Update.