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Madden 19 Ultimate Team Legends drop options two former Super Bowl champions
  • On the one hand, it is really hard to say that EA discovered from their errors from final week when the likes of Greg Olsen and Terrell Suggs earned "Legends" cards despite nonetheless playing inside the NFL.


    Those two cards wound up getting some of the most downvoted items of all time on MUTHEAD, arguably the premier supply of information and facts in relation to Madden Ultimate Team, and really should be a very good barometer on the community's disdain towards players receiving Madden 19 coins Legends cards though still playing inside the NFL.


    Sticking for the disappointing formula, Larry Fitzgerald and Kam Chancellor, Saturday's newest additions for the "Legends" system, are similarly at the tail finish of their careers together with the latter in fact retiring upon the conclusion from the Seahawks' season due to a career-ending neck injury, however they aren't actually Legends but.


    At this point, it feels like a cop-out given the amount of actual Legends that could be utilized and have played inside a Super Bowl.


    But that reality is often ignored when the cards are, properly, truly excellent. Chancellor's height (6-foot-3) and speed (91) make him an excellent security even without having the 98 hit energy, which is easily the highest mark to get a sturdy safety.


    And though the SS position just saw 97 all round Rodney Harrison enter the scene because of the Super Bowl Past promo, there is only two other 95 and general players at the position beside the hard-hitting security, providing a little of positional diversity.


    Fitzgerald sees his third upgrade from his base 86 overall item, which I predicted last week (link of the short article), but at least this version in the Cardinals veteran wide receiver actually has some Mut coins semblance of speed.


    Make no error, the former Pittsburgh graduate was by no means a burner, even inside the early days of his pro career, but a 93 general Evening Guardians edition was basically worthless due to a look-and-you'll puke 83 Speed.


    The reality Fitzgerald boasts tremendous receiving stats plus 89 Speed in this go around in fact makes him usable, particularly in a Cardinals theme. He's conveniently the slowest base 95 or higher wide receiver currently in the game, but it is not garbage-worthy like his previous cards, so yeah for improvement?