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How do the Giants stack up?


The Giants were the next ones up on the block, and the virtual Justin Tuck appears to be as imposing as the real life 6-foot-5, 268-pound version.

With an overall rating of 94 (out of 100), Tuck is No. 3 among defensive ends behind Baltimore's Haloti Ngata (97) and Chicago's Julius Peppers (95).

The captain has 93 finesse and 92 acceleration with 88 pursuit and 87 strength.

Three other Giants garnered a 90-plus rating: G Chris Snee (96), T Kareem McKenzie (91) and CB Corey Webster as the team's top-rated defensive back at 90.

Stacking up against the NFC East, Big Blue is rated 83 overall, three points behind the Philadelphia Eagles. The Dallas Cowboys are third (82) with the Washington Redskins in last place with 74.

"Justin Tuck is a 'Madden' sack master, and the ratings across the defensive line should make things tough for opposing offenses," wrote's Jon Robinson, who has been covering gaming professionally for 15 years. "Look for gamers using the G-Men to hand the ball to Da'Rel Scott as the halfback's 96 speed, 94 acceleration will make him a 'Madden' star no matter what the seventh round pick does in the real NFL." For the complete list of ratings, click here!

Here is a look at how other Giants stacked up:

WR Hakeem Nicks

  • OVERALL 89
  • SPEED 90

DE Osi Umenyiora

  • OVR 89
  • SPD 84
  • ACC 92
  • STR 87
  • AWR 88

QB Eli Manning

  • OVR 87
  • SPD 65
  • ACC 64
  • STR 53
  • AWR 87

RB Ahmad Bradshaw

  • OVR 85
  • SPD 93
  • ACC 96
  • STR 68
  • AWR 75

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