Top Ten Rated Dallas Cowboys Offensive Players in Madden 25

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7. Dan Bailey, Kicker – 83 Overall


Aug 4, 2013; Canton, OH, USA; Dallas Cowboys kicker Dan Bailey (5) kicks a field goal in the second quarter of the 2013 Pro Football Hall of Fame game against the Miami Dolphins at Fawcett Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Analysis: This rating might actually be too low for Bailey. The former Oklahoma State Cowboy has been one of the most consistent kickers in the NFL for the past two seasons. Last year, Bailey had the 2nd highest field goal percentage in the league at 93.5.  He was 29 for 31 on field goals and a perfect 37 of 37 in extra points. Bailey’s only two misses were from 50+ yards. And these stats are reflected when looking deeper into his Madden numbers. They gave Bailey a 96 kicking accuracy rating and an 88 kicking power rating. Bailey should be considered as one of the top five kickers in the NFL. He might even be the most accurate kicker in the league from 49 yards and under.

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  • Brad Shields

    Where the heck is Ware????

  • David Kerr

    This is just top Offense. I’m sure he’s 99 still

  • charlie

    Did I miss ware? Never mind I think it was just offense.

  • john

    ware is 94 overall. which should reflect in change of position from OLB to DE

    • mfmurda

      which is the stupidest thing i ever seen! Ware should be 98-99 EVERY YEAR! like this guy isnt walking right into the HOF 5 years after he retires? the Madden Guru suuuuccckkksssss

  • mfmurda

    oh and obviously Dez should be a 94-98 rating.

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