3 Cowboys players who are rated way too low in Madden 24

  • NFL’s best safety trio blatantly disrespected 
  • 2020 draft stars should be rated much higher
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1. CeeDee Lamb (90 overall)

At first glance, CeeDee Lamb's 90 overall rating seems respectable. However, when considering the players who are ranked above him, Lamb deserves to be higher than what he is listed in Madden 24.

Lamb checks in tied for the 11th-best wide receiver rating with Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans. The Cowboys wideout, though, falls below Terry McLaurin (92), Amari Cooper (91), and A.J. Brown (91).

Lamb is coming off a career year with 107 catches for 1,359 yards and nine touchdowns. Over the past two seasons, the Pro Bowl wideout has 186 catches for 2,461 yards and 15 touchdowns with two Pro Bowl appearances and one All-Pro second-team selection.

Of the receivers ranked above Lamb (McLaurin, Cooper, Brown), the Cowboys wideout has more catches and receiving yards than all three playmakers during that span. All three players also haven't made back-to-back Pro Bowls since 2021.

It doesn't make too much sense to see the 24-year-old wideout fall below McLaurin and Cooper in Madden 24 ratings. Lamb is one of the most prolific playmakers in the league already, and he should absolutely be ranked higher in the game.

Lamb will begin the game with no X-Factor ability either, while players like Keenan Allen, Deebo Samuel, and D.K. Metcalf -- who are rated lower than the Cowboys wideout -- will. The former Oklahoma superstar has a 94 catch rating, 89 catch in traffic, and 93 spectacular catch.

Adjusted Madden Rating: 93

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