Derrick Henry has criminally low break-tackle percentage in 'Madden NFL 22'
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Broken tackles aren't the same as running backs prior to Derrick Henry, Tennessee Titans star rusher -- at least for those who weren't part "Madden NFL 22". Henry is a huge and underrated speedster that runs over defenders on the field of football. We've also witnessed him take on players with stiff arms to a different level throughout his career.
According to Pro Football Focus, the Alabama player has collected more yards after contact than any other team in the league since 2019. According Pro Football Focus, Henry also has more yards after contact over the same timeframe than any other running back (Dalvin Cook) and has more total rushing yards.
Henry is the only player in the NFL is harder to knock down than Henry. Simply put. However, none of this has any significance to the designers of "Madden NFL 22." The video game awarded Henry a break-tackle-rating of 95, ranking third among the running backs.
Breaking tackles goes beyond running through people with an arm that is stiff. Henry can also cause problems by making players miss by making nasty cuts in the open field and close to the line. Although Nick Chubb and Dalvin Cook are both outstanding running backs, they shouldn't be in the same league as Henry. The former Heisman Trophy winner is likely to be rated as 99 in this class.
Chiefs WR Tyreek Hills fails to score a 99 percent overall rating in "Madden NFL 22". EA Sports' latest iteration of the Madden video game franchise is unveiling player ratings prior to the launch of the game. Through the week "Madden NFL 22" player ratings will be announced on ESPN's social media channels.
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