Alabama Football: Madden 22 team of all Tide players

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Alabama football’s All-Madden team

Defensive Line

Starters (left to right): A’Shawn Robinson, Jonathan Allen, Da’Ron Payne and Da’Shawn Hand

Bench: Christian Miller, Quinnen Williams, Dalvin Tomlinson, Raekwon Davis and Jarran Reed

While Alabama football usually uses a 3-4 front, the best way to get the most talent on the field is with a 4-3. That gives you both Allen and Payne in the starting lineup at their natural positions. On the bench, you have plenty of young players who have bright futures in the NFL. The Dolphins love Raekwon Davis, and Quinnen Williams has lived up to the hype so far. This front would be one of the best in the NFL with the top talent, but the depth is what really sets it apart. Most of these players will start this season.


Starters (left to right): C.J. Mosley, Dont’a Hightower and Mack Wilson

Bench: Anfernee Jennings, Rashaan Evans, Terrell Lewis and Shaun-Dion Hamilton

Mosley and Hightower in the same defense would be deadly, and Evans as a backup shows how deep this group could be. Lewis and Jennings were great at coming off the edge in college, and they still have time to make it work in the NFL. Also, Dylan Moses hopes to crack the roster if he can go from an undrafted free agent to an NFL star.


Starters: Marlon Humphrey and Patrick Surtain

Bench: Levi Wallace, Trevon Diggs and Anthony Averett

Humphrey is one of the best corners in football, and he can lock down almost any receiver. He thrives with the Ravens. Pairing him with Surtain would be fun to watch, and you’d still have two starting-caliber corners on the bench.


Starters: Eddie Jackson and Kareem Jackson

Bench: Minkah Fitzpatrick, Landon Collins and Ronnie Harrison

In real life, Minkah would probably crack the starting lineup. However, Madden continues to underrate his talents. On the bright side, he could still play in nickel coverage and have an impact.

Jackson and Jackson may sound like a law firm, but it would be one of the best safety duos in the NFL. Their skills complement each other well, and the depth behind them is unlike anything you see on actual NFL rosters.

Special Teams

Kicker/Punter: JK Scott

Okay. There’s nothing fun to say about this. Alabama won’t have a kicker in the NFL until Reichard graduates, so the only option is JK Scott. He actually kicked some for the Tide, so he at least has experience as a punter and a kicker.

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How would this team fare in an actual game of Madden? They’d be below average, but you’d have the best skill group in the NFL, and the depth at key positions would be valuable.