Chargers’ Madden 23 Player Ratings: Quarterbacks and Offensive Lineman

Where did the Chargers’ quarterbacks and offensive lineman end up in the Madden 23 ratings release?

The final day of the Madden 23 ratings release was finalized on Friday, sharing the overall scores for quarterbacks and offensive lineman.

Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert was awarded an overall rating of 88. While that’s not a bad score by any measure, it is however underwhelming given what Herbert has shown across his first two NFL seasons – throwing for more touchdowns in the first two years of a player’s career in NFL history.

Madden 23 rated six quarterbacks ahead of Herbert. That list includes Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, Patrick Mahomes, Josh Allen, Joe Burrow and Dak Prescott.

Chargers backups Chase Daniel and Easton Stick registered ratings in the low 60s.

Chargers quarterback Madden 23 ratings

Justin Herbert: 88Chase Daniel: 61Easton Stick: 60

Among the offensive line ratings, the Chargers are led by Corey Linsley who registered a 91. Linsley is the top rated center and the eighth-highest offensive lineman.

Meanwhile, Rashawn Slater, who’s coming off a rookie campaign in which he earned second-team All-Pro honors, was given a questionable rating of an 84. Offensive guards Matt Feiler and rookie Zion Johnson landed in the high to mid 70s.

Chargers offensive lineman Madden 23 ratings

Corey Linsley: 91Rashawn Slater: 84Matt Feiler: 78Zion Johnson: 73Jamaree Salyer: 65Trey Pipkins III: 63Storm Norton: 60Brenden Jaimes: 60Will Clapp: 59Zack Bailey: 56Foster Sarell: 55Ryan Hunter: 55

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