Derrick Henry's break tackle rating is incredibly low in Madden NFL 22. When you think of broken tackles, nobody comes to mind before Tennessee Titans star rusher, Derrick Henry -- well at least for those who didn't work on the "Madden NFL 22" video game. Henry is a massive, underrated speedster who runs over the defenders on the football field. We've also seen him stiff-arm numerous players into a new dimension during his career.
The Alabama player has recorded more yards following contact in the year 2019 than all other whole teams, as per Pro Football Focus. According Pro Football Focus, Henry also has more yards after contact over the same time period than any other running back (Dalvin Cook) and has more total running yards.
The best player in the NFL is tougher to bring down than Henry. In fact, it's a given. However, none of that will matter to the producers of "Madden NFL 22." The video game awarded Henry his break-tackle rate of 95. He was third in all running backs. Of the course, breaking tackles involves more than simply moving through the crowd and using a stiff-arm, however, Henry can also make guys slip by cutting themselves in the line of the scrimmage and in the open field.
Although Nick Chubb and Dalvin Cook are both fantastic running backs, neither should be ahead of Henry. In addition Henry, the former Heisman Trophy winner can easily be rated 99 for the position.
EA Sports' latest iteration of the Madden video game franchise is unveiling player ratings ahead of the launch of the game. On ESPN's social media channels, the "Madden NFL 22” player ratings will be released throughout the week. The top receivers were revealed on the ratings on Tuesday, and Chiefs fans could be shocked by Tyreek Hill's overall score. Hill is one of just two receivers to earn a rating of 99 overall. Both DeAndre Hopkins and Hill are rated at 98 overall.