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Madden 23: Playoffs Program

Madden 23 Playoffs
Olivier Dumont Updated on by

NFL Playoffs start this weekend. And whether your team is in or not, there’s a handful of special games that will make for must-see football regardless. So to celebrate the first round of the playoffs, Madden 23 is introducing a new drop known as the Playoffs Program.

With the Wild Card series and first round of playoff games taking place this weekend, this reveal is the first of three Playoff Program drops Madden 23 will be releasing for its fans in MUT. This exciting program honors present and past standout playoff performances in the NFL, presenting 96 overall Champions and 93 overall Heroes.

The Wild Card Playoffs reveal took place on Wednesday, January 11th at 6:30PM ET / 11:30PM GMT on the Madden 23 Twitch live stream channel, introducing an awesome set of new players to kickoff the program. The in-game release went live on Thursday, January 12th with the Season 3 drop.

So without another moment to spare, here’s the full set of the new Wild Card Playoffs Program players in Madden 23 Ultimate Team.

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Madden 23: Wild Card Playoffs Players

Madden 23 Playoffs
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The first part of the Playoffs Program comes with a handful of new players, which include both Champions, Heroes, and Elites.

We provide the full list of those new players down below:

Limited Editions (96 Overall)

  1. Randall Cobb (WR) – Packers
  2. Aaron Donald (RE) – Rams

Champions (96 Overall)

  1. Steve Young (QB) – 49ers
  2. Isiah Pacheco (HB) – Chiefs
  3. Champ Bailey (CB) – Broncos
  4. C.J. Gardner-Johnson (SS) – Eagles

Heroes (93 Overall)

  1. Scotty Miller (WR) – Buccaneers
  2. Dawson Knox (TE) – Bills
  3. Evan Neal (RT) – Giants
  4. Tyron Smith (LT) – Cowboys
  5. Harrison Phillips (RE) – Vikings
  6. Patrick Queen (MLB) – Ravens
  7. Logan Wilson (ROLB) – Bengals
  8. Shaquill Griffin (CB) – Jaguars

Playoff Predictor Players (90-91 Overall)

Courtesy of Madden 23 Ultimate Team and MUT.GG

The Playoff Predictor Player feature is a neat one. With a total of 14 players (one for each active playoff team), fans will get the opportunity to select any two of these players they think will find themselves in the Super Bowl this year.

Should you make the correct predictions, the players you selected will receiver a +1 overall rating boost for each NFL playoff win they complete per round.

However, in order to get your hands on these players, you will need to secure Playoff Predictor Token cards that you can then allocate towards sets. Once you complete those Playoff Predictor sets, you will then be able to get your hands on a Playoff Predictor Player.

Here’s all 14 Playoff Predictor Players you will be able to select in Madden 23 Ultimate Team. Landon Dickerson and Carlos Dunlap II are the only two 91 overall players since both the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs received first round bye weeks as the respective number one seeds of each conference:

  1. Kyle Juszczyk (FB) – 49ers
  2. Marquise Goodwin (WR) – Seahawks
  3. Chris Godwin (WR) – Buccaneers
  4. Isaiah McKenzie (WR) – Bills
  5. Dalton Schultz (TE) – Cowboys
  6. Landon Dickerson (LG) – Eagles
  7. Cam Robinson (LT) – Jaguars
  8. Calais Campbell (RE) – Ravens
  9. Carlos Dunlap II (LOLB) – Chiefs
  10. Germaine Pratt (MLB) – Bengals
  11. Jaelan Phillips (ROLB) – Dolphins
  12. Asante Samuel Jr. (CB) – Chargers
  13. Julian Love (SS) – Giants
  14. Harrison Smith (SS) – Vikings

High Elites (91 Overall)

  1. Matt Breida (HB) – Giants
  2. Donovan Smith (LT) – Buccaneers
  3. DaVon Hamilton (DT) – Jaguars
  4. Elandon Roberts (MLB) – Dolphins
  5. Camryn Bynum (FS) – Vikings
  6. Evan McPherson (K) – Bengals

Mid Elites (88 Overall)

  1. Richie James Jr. (WR) – Giants
  2. Joshua Palmer (WR) – Chargers
  3. Will Dissly (TE) – Seahawks
  4. Justin Madubuike (RE) – Ravens
  5. Kyzir White (ROLB) – Eagles
  6. Taron Johnson (CB) – Bills

Low Elites (86 Overall)

  1. Rachaad White (HB) – Buccaneers
  2. Michael Burton (FB) – Chiefs
  3. Cordell Volson (RG) – Bengals
  4. Folorunso Fatukasi (DT) – Jaguars
  5. Brett Maher (K) – Cowboys
  6. Jordan Stout (P) – Ravens

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