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49ers DE Nick Bosa ranked as 3rd-best edge rusher in Madden 23

Rohan Chakravarthi
Jul 21, 2022 at 5:30 PM--


On Tuesday, EA Sports released Madden ratings for the edge rushers in Madden 23, and it was no surprise to see San Francisco 49ers defensive end Nick Bosa alongside the top of the list, ranking third with a 94 overall.

Bosa, entering his fourth season in the NFL, had a strong season following a torn ACL in 2020, finishing with 15.5 sacks, 78 pressures, four forced fumbles, and a league-leading 21 tackles for loss en route to his second Pro Bowl appearance.

Bosa led a dominant 49ers defense to top-five finishes in total sacks and sack percentage in 2021, nearly doubling the next-highest 49er's sack total(Arden Key had 8 sacks in 2021).

In Madden 23, Bosa ranks behind Cleveland Browns edge rusher Myles Garrett, who earned a 99 overall, and Pittsburgh Steelers outside linebacker T.J. Watt, who earned a 96 overall.

Here are the top-ten edge rushers in Madden 23:


Bosa ranked ninth-overall in "power moves", earning an 87 rating in the category.


However, Bosa ranked only behind Aaron Donald in the "finesse moves" category, earning a 96.

Bosa will look to build off his stellar 2021 campaign, as he heads into the fourth year of his rookie contract, with a likely extension coming in either this offseason or next offseason.



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