Three Steelers who got jipped in Madden 20 ratings

Noah Strackbein

Joe Haden - Joe Haden and T.J. Watt were the biggest parts of the Steelers defense in 2019. Watt should've been sitting near a 90 (although not mentioned in the top three) but chances are he proves Madden screwed up when thinking about him. 

For Haden, he got overlooked because of the lack of success the Steelers defense found. He's going to show he's still one of the best cornerbacks in the NFL. 

Ben Roethlisberger - It's wild how overlooked Ben Roethlisberger continues to be. It's like he's never proven himself in this league, but for the last 15 years, he has. 

People are going to be blown away when this quarterback steps on the field this season. Just watch. 

James Conner - He still lives in the shadow of Le'Veon Bell, and Madden kept that trend going. An 83 for James Conner is low. A Pro Bowler and nearly 1,000 yard rusher. The man showed everyone he can fill the role in Pittsburgh but got jipped when Madden went through the season. 

These ratings don't mean a thing, but for these players, us fans were hoping to see more of a realistic rating. 

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