Madden NFL 18: Best Running Back Overall Player Ratings

Madden NFL 18 is about to release, and we have a guide to the very best running backs in the game this season. Check it out!


Madden NFL 18 is coming out soon for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and we have the guides to help you figure out which players will give you the best chance at success. Running back is one of the most important positions in the game and teams with solid workhorse are usually tough to beat. Good news, we have compiled a list of the best players at the position. Here are the top 30 best running backs in the game this season. Pittsburgh's Le’Veon Bell takes the number one spot with an overall rating of 97. Check out the list to see where your team's RB ranks.

Madden NFL 18: Best RB Overall Player Ratings

1. Le’Veon Bell: 97
2. David Johnson: 94
3. LeSean McCoy: 92
4. DeMarco Murray: 91
5. Ezekiel Elliot: 90
6. Devonta Murray: 89
7. Jay Ajayi: 87
8. Melvin Gordon: 87
9. Giovani Bernard: 86
10. Marshawn Lynch: 85
11. Jordan Howard: 85
12. C. J. Anderson: 85
13. Lamar Miller: 85
14. LeGarrette Blount: 85
15. Tevin Coleman: 85
16. Todd Gurley II: 85
17. Matt Forte: 84
18. Jamaal Charles: 84
19. Jonathan Stewart: 84
20. Adrian Peterson: 84
21. Latavius Murray: 84
22. Mark Ingram: 84
23. Darren Sproles: 83
24. Frank Gore: 83
25. Doug Martin: 83
26. Carlos Hyde: 83
27. Ty Montgomery: 83
28. Thomas Rawls: 83
29. Danny Woodhead: 82
30. Theo Riddick: 82

Once again, not a single Cleveland Brown cracked the top 30. EA might also have been sleeping on Marshawn "Beast Mode" Lynch, with the former Seahawk only receiving an 85 overall rating.

Be sure to check out our comprehensive guides on the Best QB Overall Player RatingsBest Overall Team Ratings in Madden NFL 18 and the Best Offense and Defense Team Ratings in Madden NFL 18.

Also, when is then Madden NFL 18 Release Date? We have you covered.


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