EA Sports released its highly-anticipated Madden NFL 19 ratings on Tuesday, and the Giants saw themselves at the bottom of the pack.
Despite some high-profile names on the roster, Big Blue came in rated 73 which is the third-worst ranking in the popular video game. The ratings do change based off team performance throughout the year.
The highest-rated player on the Giants is WR Odell Beckham Jr., who came in at 95 overall. That makes him the third-best receiver in the game behind Steelers' Antonio Brown, who has a nearly perfect rating of 99, and Falcons' Julio Jones' 98 rating.
But it was DT Damon "Snacks" Harrison that also came in as a 95 overall player. That marks makes him the highest-rated defensive tackle in the game.
Rounding out the top five Giants on the list were S Landon Collins (88), CB Janoris Jenkins (88), and TE Evan Engram (85). Saquon Barkley's 82 rating makes him the highest-ranked rookie running back in the game as well.
Unfortunately, though, QB Eli Manning saw his rating fall to 76 this year. He had an 80 overall rating before the start of last season, but now he ranks 36th among qualifying quarterbacks in Madden 19.
As for the rest of the NFC East, the Super Bowl-winning Eagles are the highest-rate team in the game with an overall 90. The Cowboys follow them at 81, with the Redskins coming in at 79.