Maxx Crosby was dominant during the Las Vegas Raiders’ 30-6 win over the New York Giants in Week 9. His performance was enough to boost his Madden 24 rating from a 96 to a 97.
Crosby is currently the highest-rated left end in the game.
Crosby’s speed, acceleration, pursuit, and play recognition all improved by one point. His awareness rating also increased to a 99.
Meanwhile, Lamar Jackson’s overall increased from a 94 to a 95 after completing over 80 percent of his passes during the Baltimore Ravens’ blowout victory over the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday.
Jackson has received a ratings boost in four of the past six weeks.
Fellow AFC North signal-caller Joe Burrow rating improved from a 92 to 94 following the Cincinnati Bengals’ victory. Los Angeles Chargers safety Derwin James saw his overall rating improve by one point to a 94, as the Chargers’ secondary stifled Zach Wilson.
After returning multiple interceptions for touchdowns during the Indianapolis Colts’ 27-13 victory against the Carolina Panthers, cornerback Kenny Moore II’s overall rating moved from 87 to 88 while his catching improved by four points to a 77.
Houston Texans running back Dare Ogunbowale received an overall increase from a 67 to a 68 after he knocked in a 29-yard field goal in the fourth quarter as the team’s emergency kicker.
Kansas City Chiefs defensive tackle Chris Jones’ rating dropped to a 96 from a 97 while Philadelphia Eagles tackle Lane Johnson saw his overall rating fall from a 98 to a 96.
You can find all the player rating updates here.
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