Madden 23 Ratings: Steelers Quarterbacks Lowly Rated
Madden 23 was not kind to the Steelers quarterbacks. No Steelers quarterback cracked 70 overall in the newest edition of the game, marking what looks like a lackluster overall in the game. The Steelers are moving on from Ben Roethlisberger and are attempting to fill that void with Mitch Trubisky and Kenny Pickett.
Madden 23 is not on either one of those options, however. Trubisky was rated at 69 overall in the game. That puts him tied for the 36th best quarterback in the game. He is tied with Malik Willis, Taylor Heinicke, and Tyrod Taylor. While there is an argument to be made that Trubisky could be higher, his last season in Chicago was rough. He will now look to prove that rating wrong.
Pickett was rated a 68 overall. It kept him and Trubisky rightfully close. It is slightly puzzling that Pickett was the third-rated rookie quarterback overall, though. Desmond Ridder and the aforementioned Willis, who went two rounds later, are ranked higher than Pickett. In fact, Pickett is only the third highest-rated Steelers rookie. He is tied with DeMarvin Leal and behind Geroge Pickens and Calvin Austin.
Mason Rudolph is rated at a lowly 62 overall. Meanwhile, rookie Chris Oladokun comes in with a 59 overall. Needless to say, the Steelers will have the lowest-rated starting quarterback in the game. That is a tough pill to swallow when looking over at the ratings, but Madden is not convinced the Steelers have the answer at signal-caller.