The release of Madden 19 is now less than a month away. With the annual NFL video game hitting stores on Aug. 10, EA Sports has released the ratings of every player in the game.
The Miami Dolphins have mixed results.
While they have a handful of players ranked in the top 12 at their position — headlined by strong safety Reshad Jones, left guard Josh Sitton and defensive end Cameron Wake — most of their projected starters barely crack the top 30 at their position.
Here's where the Dolphins' top players rank at each position:
Quarterback Ryan Tannehill: 78 (tied for29th)
Running back Kenyan Drake: 82 (tied for 31st). Frank Gore is second on the roster with a 76 rating.
Wide receiver Danny Amendola: 85 (tied for 29th). Kenny Stills is tied for 31st with an 84 overall rating. Devante Parker is third with an 81 rating.
Tight ends A.J. Derby and Mike Gesicki: 77 (tied for 33rd).
Left tackle Laremy Tunsil: 77 (tied for 21st)
Left guard Josh Sitton: 88 (fourth)
Center Daniel Kilgore: 73 (27th)
Right guard Ted Larsen: 67 (tied for 47th)
Right tackle Ja'wuan James: 84 (sixth)
Left defensive end Cameron Wake: 89 (tied for eighth). Williams Hayes' 87 rating is 12th at the position.
Right defensive end Robert Quinn: 81 (tied for 20th)
Defensive tackles Davon Godchaux, Jordan Phillips and Akeem Spence: All 74 (tied for 55th)
Right outside linebacker Kiko Alonso: 73 (tied for 34th)
Left outside linebacker Stephone Anthony: 72 (tied for 31st)
Middle linebacker Raekwon McMillan: 73 (tied for 41st)
Cornerbacks Minkah Fitzpatrick and Bobby McCain: Both 79 (tied for 57th)
Free safety T.J. McDonald: 76 (tied for 33rd)
Strong safety Reshad Jones: 91 (fourth)
Kicker Jason Sanders: 73 (tied for 33rd)
Punter Matt Haack: 80 (tied for 10th)