Madden 12: Jacksonville Jaguars Overview

Source: EA Sports

Nothing signifies the beginning of football season like the release of the new Madden game and gamers out there have had to wait almost a month longer than the usual early August release date. But Madden is finally here and we can all start obsessing over the multitude of playbook inaccuracies and player rating injustices. Let’s take a look at how the Jaguars players look this year…For a full look at the Jaguars (un-updated) roster and player ratings, click here.

This list does not include the Jaguars free agent acquisitions, so I’ll include the highlights…

  • Paul Posluszny (MLB): 87 Overall, 85 Awareness, 90+ rating for Tackling, Stamina, Toughness, Pursuit, and Play Recognition
  • Clint Session (OLB): 81 Overall, 94 Hit Power, 84+ rating in Speed, Accel, Tackling, Stamina, Block Shedding, Pursuit
  • Dawan Landry (S): 86 Overall, 81 Tackling, 86 Hit Power, 87 Pursuit, 76 Awareness, 74 Zone Coverage
  • Drew Coleman (CB): 71 Overall, 78 Man Cov, 71 Zone Cov, 75 Press Cov
  • Jason Spitz (C/G): 77 Overall, 87 Strength, 85 Run Block, 80 Pass Block
  • Tony Moll (T/G): 63 Overall, 86 Strength, 77 Run Block, 82 Pass Block
  • Matt Roth (DE): 86 Overall, 85+ Accel, Strength, Awareness, Pursuit, Play Recognition, 90+ Tackling, Stamina, Toughness, Power Moves,  Block Shedding

Other Highlights:

  • Maurice Jones-Drew keeps his high rating of 95 Overall and makes the top 5 RB’s this year along with Adrian Peterson, Chris Johnson, Jamaal Charles, and Stephen Jackson.
  • Marcedes Lewis also breaks into the 90+ Overall club, joining the elite ranks of: Antonio Gates, Jason Witten, Dallas Clark, Jermichael Finley, Tony Gonzalez, and Vernon Davis.
  • Terrance Knighton is the Jaguars top-rated D-lineman at 87 Overall, with Aaron Kampan (86 OVR) and Tyson Alualu (84 OVR) not far behind.
  • Except for the Awareness attribute (Gabbert’s lowly 50 to Garrard’s 83), Blaine Gabbert appears to be very much on David Garrard’s level – each have 90 ratings for Throw Power and Gabbert’s Accuracy Ratings for short/middle/deep/on the run are 92/86/65/84 to David Garrard’s 85/76/73/78.


  • Fastest: (tie) Maurice Jones-Drew and Scotty McGee – 94 Speed, 95 Acceleration
  • Strongest: (tie) Uche Nwaneri and Terrance Knighton – 94 Strength
  • Meanest: Clint Session – 94 Hit Power
  • Smartest: Brad Meester - 95 Awareness
  • Best Hands: Marcedes Lewis - 90 Catch
  • Slipperiest: Mike Thomas – 92 Agility, 94 Elusiveness, 95 Spin Move, 95 Juke Move

- Andrew Hofheimer






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  • Rhett_Chrystal

    I won against Tenn in the opener and from there Garrard went on a massive cold streak and we went 1-4, I benched him in favor of Gabbert, and now I’m 4-4, beating the steelers, ravens, and texans.

    and its also really hard to run.

  • bctitansized

    @Rhett_Chrystal Garrard is tricky. You have to play carefully. He stunk in the preseason for me and Gabbert shined, along with McGowan haha

    So, I decided to try and build Garrard up for trade value, then realized it was week 7. I was pissed but now i’m 8-2 still with Garrard and he is second in Pro Bowl voting. You have to lead wr’s and stick with the run.

  • bctitansized

    Loved the style, Hof

  • Rhett_Chrystal

    @bctitansized its hard to run, it gets stuffed a lot, and Garrard misses everything deep, Gabbert is good deep, Marcedes will be open running a fly, He’s 5-10 yards from the LOS, and i throw it with Garrard he overthows it 10-15 yards, and safety picks it, Gabbert hits im in stride.