Madden 24 full-season ratings: Best quarterbacks at the end of the year

AFC Wild Card Playoffs - Miami Dolphins v Kansas City Chiefs
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The NFL playoffs officially kicked off this weekend and with that, we now have the official full-season player ratings in Madden 24. While there still might be some ratings adjustments for players in the playoffs, this is, for the most part, what the final player ratings will be in Madden 24 until next year's game (well, this year's game now).

Top 10 Quarterbacks in Madden 24 at the end of the season

1. Patrick Mahomes (Kansas City Chiefs) - 99 OVR
2. Lamar Jackson (Baltimore Ravens) - 97 OVR
3. Joe Burrow (Cincinnati Bengals) - 93 OVR
4. Josh Allen (Buffalo Bills) - 92 OVR
5. Dak Prescott (Dallas Cowboys) - 91 OVR
6. Tua Tagovailoa (Miami Dolphins) - 90 OVR
7. Jalen Hurts (Philadelphia Eagles) - 87 OVR
8. Justin Herbert (Los Angeles Chargers) - 86 OVR
9. Brock Purdy (San Francisco 49ers) - 85 OVR
10. Kirk Cousins (Minnesota Vikings) - 84 OVR

You can view the Madden 24 launch ratings of all 32 starting quarterbacks here.

Despite having the worst statistical season of his career — mostly due to his lack of legitimate receivers — Patrick Mahomes remains a 99 overall. Although he struggled this year, most of the blame can be pinned on the receiving corp. Yes, Mahomes struggled at times, but he's still the best quarterback in the league.

On the flip side, Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts, who also struggled this season, dropped from his 88 overall at alunch (5th best QB at the start of the season to 87 overall. It wasn't a huge decline, but because of the stellar play of Dak Prescott and Tua Tagovailoa, he dropped down to the 7th position.

Tua had a tremendous season this year but it came to an end during last night's Wild Card game against the Chiefs. The jury still seems to be out as to whether Tua is a legitimate top five quarterback or if he just benefits from two amazing wide receivers in Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle. For now though, he's on the cusp of being a top five quarterback in Madden 24.

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson also made quite a leap this season, going from 91 overall (4th best) to 97 overall (2nd best), just behind Patrick Mahomes. Jackson didn't have an amazing touchdown-to-interception passing ratio, but he was a leader on the field and guided the Ravens to a 13-3 record and locked up the No. 1 seed.

I wouldn't be surprised if these ratings are close to what we see when Madden 25 comes out later this year. There may be some slight adjustments, but expect to see these names at the top of the ratings chart in next year's game as well. Do you agree with the full-season ratings in Madden 24?