Along with the anticipation of the start of the NFL season, every August brings a high level of suspense for the new Madden game from EA Sports. The yearly NFL franchise is one of the first ways fans can get a taste of regular season football, even if it’s simulated on a video game.
So how did some of the Buccaneers’ best offensive players rank during the making of the new game? Here is just a sample of some of the best Bucs on offense in Madden 25.
- Carl Nicks is the highest rated Buccaneer on offense, coming in at 95 overall. The dominant left guard has a 96 strength rating, as well as high marks in all of the blocking categories.
- Vincent Jackson is the next Buc on the rankings list, with a 92 overall score. His combination of speed and strength get him off to a good start, and his reliable 94 rating in catch will make him a great target for the virtual version of the Buccaneers.
- Doug Martin is the only other Buccaneer on offense to finish above a 90 rating in the game, as the young running back has high scores across the board, but lacks in awareness, which is EA Sports’ way of throttling the highly-talented but experience-lacking Martin.
- Josh Freeman comes in at 82 overall, with awareness also dragging him down a bit. His throwing power is an outstanding 97, but his accuracy is only a 79.
- The fastest Buccaneer? That would be track star Jeff Demps, who comes in at 98 in the speed department.
- The slowest Buccaneer is right tackle Demar Dotson, who still sports a 79 overall despite a speed ranking of 49.
- And in the Madden world, there is no QB controversy. Mike Glennon has a 66 overall ranking, tied with practice squad QB Adam Weber, and a full 4 points behind veteran Dan Orlovsky. Glennon does boast a 95 in throwing power, however, so you can still air it out with the Buccaneers rookie’s virtual avatar.
You can check out the full list at the link above. We’ll give some highlights of the defensive players when their ratings are made available.