The Detroit Lions no longer have a starting lineup for quarterback Matthew Stafford, but now quarterback Jeff Driscoll is suffering a hamstring injury. The Lions announced on Wednesday night that three-string quarterback David Blough will make his mark on Thursday's Thanksgiving game against the Chicago Bears.
Bluff, 24, is a rookie at Purdue University. He signed with the Cleveland Browns as an undrafted free agent and was traded to the Lions at the end of the training camp. He has never voted for an NFL pass. For many Madden players, this rookie may be an opportunity to help you earn a lot of MUT 20 Coins, but this requires your judgment, right? Therefore, having to face the defense of Khalil Mack and the Bears in the national televised game of Thanksgiving is a difficult task in the NFL debut. If Blough is far worse than EA Sports thinks, it is even more so. Bluff was rated only 48 in "American Football 20" (!)
In video games, only the Washington Redskins 'Josh Woodrum (43) and the New York Giants' Alex Tenny (47) score lower on quarterbacks (Tampa Bay) The Pirates' snapper, Zach Triner, is the lowest-scoring player in the game (age 35). But Bluff knew level 48 and had a good sense of humor in July. But because he is a rookie, his rating is only temporary, and because of his low rating, it also means that you only need to Buy MUT 20 Coins, Doesn't need much you can easily own this player.
If Bluff has shown little in the quarterback against the Bears, he should probably be rated higher than * 48 *. But if the quarterback thing can't be resolved, Bluff will offer some impressive magician skills. This game is both a challenge and an opportunity for this player. If he can play well, his Madden rated will be improved, and if he can't play, he will probably get a lower-rated.