Alabama Football: Madden 22 team of all Tide players

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Alabama football’s All-Madden team

Left Tackle

Starter: Jedrick Wills

Bench: Cam Robinson

Despite having some elite college offensive lines, there aren’t that many Alabama football linemen in the NFL. The one position stacked with talent is at left tackle. There are three players who start at LT. I moved one to right tackle for reasons I’ll explain later, but you still have three starting left tackles.

The best of the bunch is Jedrick Wills. He has the size needed to dominate in the NFL, and his technique is exquisite. He played on the right side in college, but he’s one of the best young left tackles in the NFL.

Left Guard

Starter: Landon Dickerson

Bench: Ross Pierschbacher

This is another switch from Alabama football to the NFL. Landon Dickerson was the best center in college football last year, but the Eagles don’t need a center. Instead, they moved him to left guard. Dickerson has experience at guard, but we’ll see how the transition in the NFL goes.


Starter: Ryan Kelly

Bench: Bradley Bozeman

You see plenty of movement on the interior of the offensive line, but Ryan Kelly has always been a great center. That’s why he was taken in the first round of the NFL Draft. When he’s healthy, he’s one of the best centers in the game. Indy has a great interior to their offensive line, and Kelly is a big reason why.

Right Guard

Starter: D.J. Fluker

Bench: Deonte Brown

Fluker was recently released by the Dolphins, and Brown was a late pick in 2021’s draft. If you want your five best linemen on the field, you would likely make a move here. However, they are the only two Alabama football players listed at right guard in Madden 22.

Right Tackle

Starter: Jonah Williams

Bench: Alex Leatherwood

Leatherwood is the only Tide player listed at right tackle, and he played left tackle for Alabama. While Williams thrived at left tackle, making the move puts a better player in the starting lineup. This would be much harder to do in real life, but it’s a simple settings switch in Madden.