Khalil Mack earns perfect ‘99’ rating to lead Bears in ‘Madden NFL 20’

Check out all the ratings for the Bears in the upcoming edition of EA Sports’ gridiron game.

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Khalil Mack is just one of four players with a perfect rating in “Madden NFL 20.”

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Based on the evaluations of the folks behind “Madden NFL 20,” it’s hard to be better than Khalil Mack on the field. The Bears pass rusher earned a perfect 99 rating in the upcoming game, which released ratings for all of its players Monday.

It’s fair to say that the Bears’ grading will generate some debate within the fan community. While Mack earned the highest rating possible in the game – only three other players earned the same honor – many other players from the roster assembled by GM Ryan Pace don’t fare so well.

Namely, there’s third-year quarterback Mitch Trubisky, who gets buried in the quarterback rankings at a paltry 75. That’s tied for a mere 26th among all QBs in the game with the likes of journeyman Ryan Fitzpatrick. Ahead of the Bears’ Pro Bowl signal caller? Marcus Mariota (78), Jameis Winston (76) and Lamar Jackson (76), among many others.

Not every Bear will have something to quarrel with. Eddie Jackson (91) and Kyle Fuller (89) lead a strong secondary, and the passing game offers an assortment of good weapons in Trey Burton (87), Allen Robinson (86) and Tarik Cohen (85).

Here’s a rundown of the complete ratings for every Bears player to start “Madden NFL 20.” It’s important to remember that EA provides weekly roster updates to the game throughout the season, so there will be movement in the coming months following its Aug. 2 release for Xbox One, PS4 and PC.

Bears’ “Madden NFL 20” ratings
Position Player Rating
LOLB Khalil Mack 99
FS Eddie Jackson 91
CB Kyle Fuller 89
TE Trey Burton 87
LE Akiem Hicks 87
WR Allen Robinson 86
HB Tarik Cohen 85
DT Eddie Goldman 85
LT Charles Leno Jr. 83
WR Taylor Gabriel 82
CB Prince Amukamura 81
MLB Roquan Smith 81
C Cody Whitehair 81
SS Ha Ha Clinton-Dix 80
MLB Danny Trevathan 80
RG Kyle Long 79
LG James Daniels 77
RB Mike Davis 77
ROLB Leonard Floyd 77
CB Buster Skrine 77
MLB Nick Kwiatkoski 76
LOLB Aaron Lynch 76
RT Bobby Massie 75
WR Anthony Miller 75
WR Cordarrelle Patterson 75
QB Mitch Trubisky 75
LE Bilal Nichols 74
TE Adam Shaheen 74
P Pat O'Donnell 72
RB David Montgomery 71
MLB Kevin Pierre-Louis 69
CB Sherrick McManis 69
WR Riley Ridley 69
TE Ben Braunecker 68
RE Jonathan Bullard 68
WR Marvin Hall 68
RE Roy Robertson-Harris 68
K Eddy Piñeiro 68
WR Javon Wims 68
WR Emanuel Hall 67
TE Bradley Sowell 66
LOLB Kylie Fitts 65
CB Kevin Toliver II 65
ROLB Isaiah Irving 65
MLB Joel Iyiegbuniwe 65
RW Nick Williams 65
SS Deon Bush 63
QB Chase Daniel 63
TE Dax Raymond 63
HB Kerrith Whyte 63
FS DeAndre Houston-Carson 62
CB Duke Shelley 62
LE Abdullah Anderson 61
RG T.J. Clemmings 61
WR Jordan Williams-Lambert 61
LOLB James Vaughters 61
CB Stephen Denmark 60
CB Rashard Fant 59
CB John Franklin III 59
WR Tanner Gentry 59
WR Taquan Mizzell Sr. 59
CB Michael Joseph 58
LG Ted Larsen 58
CB Jonathon Mincy 58
HB Ryan Nall 58
LG Alex Bars 57
RT Cornelius Lucas 56
MLB Josh Woods 56
RT Rashaad Coward 55
QB Tyler Bray 46
TE/LS Patrick Scales 42

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