Carson Wentz was the frontrunner for NFL MVP entering Week 11 of the 2017 season, and the Eagles quarterback's impressive play this year has been mirrored in "Madden NFL 18."
Wentz in the video game has risen significantly since the season began. By moving from 79 Overall to 87 Overall, Wentz now ranks as the seventh-best quarterback in the league.
His climb is not the largest, however.
Two defensive backs have seen the most significant increases. Tyvon Branch of the Cardinals (+12 to 89 Overall) and Marshon Lattimore of the Saints (+11 to 87 Overall) are two of the most improved players so far this season considering where initial expectations were set.
Like Lattimore, Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt is another rookie who has flashed superstar potential. He has gone up nine nfl 18 coins points to 84 Overall, having peaked at 86 Overall following Week 7.
The players who already were near the top of the scale but have risen in ratings this season include Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner (plus 3 to 96 Overall) and Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan (plus 3 to 95 Overall).
Other notable risers this season include Vikings defensive lineman Everson Griffen (+6 to 92 Overall), Buccaneers linebacker Lavonte David (+7 to 91 Overall), 49ers defensive lineman DeForest Buckner (+10 to 89 Overall), Cowboys defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence (+9 to 88 Overall), Falcons linebacker De'Vondre Campbell (+13 to 84 Overall), Chargers cornerback Trevor Williams (+17 to 83 Overall), Bills safety Jordan Poyer (+16 to 83 Overall), and Rams quarterback Jared Goff (+8 to 81 Overall).
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