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Madden NFL 11 Player Ratings with Week 9 Roster Update

The Madden NFL 11 Player Ratings have been updated with the latest week 9 roster update. To see how much a player’s ratings has changed since roster update #3 click on the player’s OVR rating. If there’s no link available it means the player’s OVR rating is the same as it was in roster update #3. There may be a few instances where the OVR rating was the same but their attributes may still have changed. Donovan McNabb, for example, had his stamina decrease from 95 to 87 but his OVR rating is the same as it was in roster update #3.

Collections
The newest collection added to the database is 2nd Edition Collection #1. This collection features 30 2nd edition cards that have been released since the launch of the game. The rewards for this collection is 300,000 coins and a special 3rd edition player.

So far, I only have three images from the 2nd Edition Collection #1. If Madden Ultimate Team offered searches by edition I may be able to add more images. Hopefully they will add this search option in the future.


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  1. Miles Desmond
    08. Nov, 2010 at 11:17 pm #

    This site is awesome! Thank you so much! also appreciate you updating! probably a lot of work, what program do you use to make these sortable player ratings? is it the basic excel?

    (I’m interested in doing the same thing for MLB the Show 2010, a great game, too; heard of OperationSports.com?)

  2. admin
    09. Nov, 2010 at 11:31 pm #

    I just gather the data and insert it into MySQL and then run sort by queries.

    Yes I do visit OperationSports frequently. I’m usually on there a few times a week.

    Take a look at BaseballSimulator. I’ve written a few posts about MLB The Show.

  3. Miles Desmond
    10. Nov, 2010 at 1:29 am #

    Even more awesome, you also like baseball!

    As previously said, I want to do (unless someone did it already!) a similar work with MLB player ratings.

    I downloaded SCEA’s latest MLB10 roster update, copied the save on a usb drive, picked from usb drive a file (S32099, 2.73Mo).
    Opening it with different windows programs, names appear, but no values (corresponding to in-game ratings) next, just some computer language which I’ve tried since yesterday to convert, unsuccessfully. I’m already surprised I got this far as I ain’t any good with computers!

    You seem pretty good with these, judging by your other site
    (great, too, I think I’ll be losing some precious time on player cards, nice work you did there!)!

    How do you gather data? (lots of names/ratings to input manually!)

    Thanks!

  4. admin
    10. Nov, 2010 at 5:12 am #

    I remember last year, a forum member from OperationSports.com wrote a utility that reads MLB The Show save files. I made an attempt to read these files but I’m not sure how to convert the binary code either.

    For this site, I gathered data from the Madden NFL 11 Online Franchise website. Someone from the Madden forums on OperationSports.com also did the same thing. They created a utility for Online Franchise users.

  5. Miles Desmond
    10. Nov, 2010 at 6:25 pm #

    Just been searching OS forums, only thing that I could find that might be close could be Bahnzo’s roster tool.
    I’ll have to try it, but I’m not sure it has this feature you talk of. You remember the guy’s name perhaps?

    Once you had the data you just copy-pasted to MySQL instead of inputting all ratings manually in the database? (that would be a LOT of work)

  6. admin
    10. Nov, 2010 at 7:31 pm #

    Yeah I came across Bahno’s tools as well when I was researching this but I don’t think he was the guy from last year. The person that worked on this last year had a name like MLBSaveData or something like that.

    For maddenultimate, I used a script that parses the Online Franchise team pages. The script then spits out insert statements. I just paste those insert statements into MySQL and run them.

    I wish EA updated the rosters for Online Franchise more frequently but it appears they only do it once or twice a year.

  7. Miles Desmond
    11. Nov, 2010 at 1:40 am #

    MVPSavReader, a guy with a cardinal logo?
    nice memory, found it in less than 2mn thanks to you!

    I had just started the excel setup/plotting (in case I’d have to go manually, looking nice so far despite only 3 names in).

    Don’t want to count my chickens before they have hatched, but I think you’ve made my day (possibly week/month/year lol) !

    will be reading his thread now, if you’re interested:
    http://www.operationsports.com/vBulletin/scea-sports-mlb/300476-little-something-im-working.html

    Thanks!

  8. Miles Desmond
    11. Nov, 2010 at 7:05 am #

    It seems (all related) thread(s) went dead, with the user MVPSavReader unfortunately absent from the OSforums since september of last year.

    Your memory did serve me well: saw screenshots of Pujols & Ludwick cards, with their respective ’09 ratings (!!), from the program he posted there.
    Read that it could possibly read the S….. file I mentionned in my 2nd post, I’ll keep you updated, thanks again!