In healthy form, Dalvin Cook has proven to be one of the best. He's averaged higher than 4.5 yards per run in every season in his professional career. And even though he appeared in Madden 23 Coins just 13 games last year he still tallied 249 carries with 1.159 yards and 6 touchdowns. In 2020. he appeared in 14 games and rushed 312 times for 1.557 yards and 16 touchdowns. In other words, he's throwing more points than the majority of running backs, despite taking a break from games.
Remember that total yards per carry stat? In 2021. Cook recorded an average of 4.7 yards per carry , which, when factoring in more than 200 runs, is ranked behind only Nick Chubb and Jonathan Taylor. Dalvin Cook's score didn't change over the course of the year. The player received a slight bump to a 96 overall score but he ended the year with a 95 overall score in Madden 22. I'm thinking he'll start Madden 23 in the same spot, along with Nick Chubb.
With a new head coach, it is interesting to see what the Vikings make use of Cook not only in the running game but in the passing game too. Cook had 34 receptions in the past this year, which is a figure that could rise depending on the strategy for the game.
Madden 23 was officially unveiled this month and has a release date of August 19. 2022. There's a beta currently going on for this year's game which gives us a firsthand feeling for the most recent improvements and features, such as the new FieldSENSE gameplay feature Cheap Mut 23 Coins. In spite of the ongoing beta, EA still hasn't released the official player ratings for Madden 23. The current ratings for players in the beta are merely placeholders.