New York Jets: Madden NFL 19 top player ratings announced, Johnson tops list

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More of the Madden NFL 19 ratings have been released and this time it is the top players on each team. Here are the New York Jets best players.

Video gamers, the release is coming! Madden NFL 19 will be here before you know it. It’s always a big time for football fans and gamers. Gamers are getting ready to play it when it drops and fans like to debate about the player ratings. That is where we are back once again as there have been more leaks on the ratings front, New York Jets fans.

Earlier this week we brought you the team ratings. Now we have some of the players. Specifically, top players on each team have been leaked. Even though the Jets team rating was very low, they had some high individual player ratings. Trumaine Johnson led the way with a 91 rating. Have a look at the top ratings for the team:

As of the writing of this post we don’t have the entire roster to share.

Putting Johnson at the top of the list makes sense. Being one of the crown jewels of free agency and one of the few remaining “shutdown” corners, he deserves a high rating. He is in the prime of his career with 18 interceptions over his first six seasons. He is off-paper one of the best players on the team so giving him the highest rating on the team.

Avery Williamson is going to surprise everyone that isn’t familiar with him, so the 83 is reasonable. Basically he is a younger version of Demario Davis. That may be one of the underrated acquisitions of the off-season. Due to the versatility of Jamal Adams I could have justified giving him a couple more ratings points, putting him around an 85. The lack of interceptions in 2017 would contribute to his lower rating.

Robby Anderson is underrated. He is one of the top deep threats in the game at the present and he finished just under 1,000 yards in 2017. Had Josh McCown played every game he would have cleared 1,000 yards easily. It’s not his fault that Bryce Petty couldn’t play and Christian Hackenberg not being worth any snaps. His seven touchdowns tied him for fifth most in the NFL in 2017. He deserved a higher rating.

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This again goes to the disrespect the Jets receive nationally. They are always looked at poorly on a national scale. Hopefully as they perform the ratings will change for the future downloads.