Madden gradually released the ratings of every player in its newest game, starting with the wide receivers on July 17 and ending with the quarterbacks on July 21. Like always, there were players that were rated too high and some that were rated too low.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott -- who is not on this list -- comes into the new Madden 24 game with an 87 overall. That is tied with Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert for the sixth-highest overall among all signal callers.
Zack Martin will also become the first guard to enter the game as a 99 overall since former Cowboys offensive lineman Larry Allen had that feat in 2003. Martin deserved to finally be a part of the 99 club following another All-Pro season in 2022.
The Cowboys as a team will be an 89 overall when the game launches on Aug. 15. Their offense will be an 88, while their defense will be an 87. Both ratings rank in the top five.
Overall, Madden seemed to have respected the Cowboys in the game. Most of the team's ratings were fair, especially Prescott and Martin. But Madden also gave some Dallas players some low overalls to begin the season.
These three Cowboys in particular were rated way too low.