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  • T4G 

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    March 10, 2020 at 2:42 PM

    MLB Madden 20 Player Profiles (MPPs)

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    NOTES:

    • We, T4G, created all of the information below in a Custom Roster (Updated Rosters) via Online Mode. Make sure it says “Importing 3023 players” when loading the Custom Roster otherwise you will not be in updated rosters. If you choose “Custom Roster”, Madden recommends starting in preseason week one (default). We also recommend starting in the Preseason. There are certain high-overall players in the Free Agency (FA) of preseason week one that will benefit you in certain trades depending on the MPP you are on. If you need to do the Stack and Release (SAR) simply advance to the regular season otherwise the SAR will not work.
    • We are going to have information for you, such as how to trade for each player in Custom Roster. We will also have some topics shown in every MPP regarding the fantasy draft as shown below in “Fantasy Draft Information”. For users who are in Offline Mode, most of this information will be relevant, however, the trade may be slightly different but the SAR will not.

    Devin Bush Jr. Complete MPP:

    General Information

    Player Age: 21

    Development/X-Factor Ability: Superstar Development

    Overall: 76

    Devin Bush’s Position Switches:

    Devin Bush’s Trade Guide

    How to Trade for Devin Bush in Madden 20:

    In order to acquire Devin Bush Jr., you will be doing our Stack and Trade method. This is a specialty player so we laid the details out for you in steps:

    1. Trade for Devin White, MLB on the Buccs, he is not very hard to trade for.
    2. Make sure you are in the regular season and trade Devin White to the Seahawks along with 2 other random MLB’s from free agency at the same time, overall does not matter.



    3. Pick up 3 more MLB’s from the free agency and trade them (overall doesn’t matter just make sure they accept it of course) to the Seahawks again. They will now release Bobby Wagner.
    4. Pick up Bobby Wagner from the free agency and trade him to the Steelers, they will give you a 1st round pick and most likely another late pick as well.
    5. At this point, you will now be able to trade for Devin Bush. He will be a lot easier to trade for. Try and use a (green) high-interest FS to trade for him.

    Devin Bush’s Trade Away Value (CPU):

    Devin Bush’s Contract Guide

    Contract: Len – yrsRem – yrsTotal – $mSavings – $mPenalty – $m.

    Contract Tip(s):

    Check out our Contract Tips for Madden 20:

    Fantasy Draft Player Information

    Overall Draft Ranking:

    Projected Round Drafted:

    Can you trade for or can you do the SAR/SAT with him after the draft:

    MUT 20 Player Profile

    The MUT Player profiles are going to be a new addition, which will be added in the future. Links will be provided here when complete.

    Devin White‘s Complete MPP:

    General Information

    Player Age: 21

    Development/X-Factor Ability: Superstar Development

    Overall: 77

    Devin White’s Position Switches: Any linebacker position.

    Devin White’s Trade Guide

    How to Trade for Devin White in Madden 20:

    1. Give away a medium-interest (yellow) HB – such as Robert Kelley on the Free Agency -, an old high-interest (green) FS, and




      a 3rd-5th round draft pick of 2021.

    Devin White’s Trade Away Value (CPU): White is the most important linebacker in trade value with the Stack and Release. The world is your oyster, so get creative when trading with White.

    Devin White’s Contract Guide

    Contract Grade: A+ if you are trading for Devin White. His contract is like gold at that point. C+ if you are playing as the Buccanneers because you owe him $27M in guaranteed, so there is very little to no flexibility when it comes to trading him away.

    Contract: Len – 4yrsRem – 4yrsTotal – $29.3mSavings – $500KPenalty – $27.3m.

    Contract Tip(s): If you start out as the Buccanneers you have two decisions to make:

    1. Once his rookie contract is up, you can sign him to what he is asking for during the negotiation process. If you want to secure him then add $2M onto his fair offer.
    2. You can let him go to Free Agency (FA) and offer him mostly signing bonus (guaranteed money). Just make sure you are at least 10 points above the nearest bidder.

    If you are not starting out as the Buccanneers and you traded for him, or if you are starting out as the Buccanneers, you should release him from his rookie contract. Then, pick him up off of the FA for $3.45M then start the negotiation process in week 9. Do not upgrade him during this time otherwise, he will be more expensive. He accepted an offer for a 7-year deal for $3.7M and a 1.05M signing bonus for a total of $36.1M.

    You can also check out our Contract Tips for Madden 20:

    Fantasy Draft Player Information

    Overall Draft Ranking:

    Projected Round Drafted:

    Can you trade for or can you do the SAR/SAT with him after the draft:

    MUT 20 Player Profile

    The MUT Player profiles are going to be a new addition, which will be added in the future. Links will be provided here when complete.

    Fred Warner‘s Complete MPP:

    General Information

    Player Age: 22

    Development/X-Factor Ability: Superstar Development

    Overall: 87

    Fred Warner’s Position Switches: He can be moved to and play any linebacker position. He is talented enough to play SS if you truly felt like it.

    Fred Warner’s Trade Guide

    How to Trade for Fred Warner in Madden 20 (Custom Roster):

    NOTE: We recommend to always try and use Free Agency (FA) players when trading for any player.

    • To trade for Fred Warner in Madden 20 we recommend to pick up two guys from the Free Agency. You can use other players who are similar, but they are who we recommend. Trade away green (high) interest 78 overall CB Trevor Williams,




      green interest 79 overall ROLB N. Perry, and a 2020 1st round draft pick #1 for Fred Warner. If you can get picks back then great!

    Fred Warner’s Trade Away Value (CPU): At least a 1st and a 3rd.

    Fred Warner’s Contract Guide

    Contract: Len – yrsRem – yrsTotal – $mSavings – $mPenalty – $m.

    Contract Tip(s): No matter if you traded for him or if you started out on the 49ers you should leave his rookie contract alone. Do the Reset technique later on if you need to save money on him.

    You can also check out our Contract Tips for Madden 20:

    Fantasy Draft Information

    Overall Draft Ranking:

    Projected Round Drafted: Warner is ranked the 54th overall player which lands him in the 2nd round 22nd pick. Picking him up in the middle of the 2nd round is a steal.

    Can you trade for or can you do the SAR/SAT with him after the draft: You will struggle when doing either the SAR or SAT for him after a Fantasy Draft in Madden 20.

    General Guide

    Fred Warner’s Upgrade Guide: He is young enough to upgrade him to fit your scheme.

    Fred Warner’s Gameplay Tips: His speed, awareness, and play rec, are very good, so he may be better suited to play more of a CPU role on the field rather than user play.

    MUT 20 Player Profile

    The MUT Player profiles are going to be a new addition, which will be added in the future. Links will be provided here when complete.

    Lavonte David‘s Complete MPP:

    General Information

    Player Age: 29

    Development/X-Factor Ability: Star Development

    Overall: 90

    Lavonte David’s Position Switches: Any LB position.

    Lavonte David’s Trade Guide

    Realistic Trade Value (User to User): Medium to a Late 1st round pick

    How to Trade for Player in Madden 20:

    • For the most part, Lavonte David is not worth trading for. The Bucs want way too much and you can get him released anyway if you want him. If you really wanted to trade for him you would more than likely have to do the SAT with




      Wagner which would be way too much to deal with. You could do the SAR with Wagner to get David but the would be a bit much to go through all that work.

    Lavonte David’s Trade Away Value (CPU): Trading away David in the Off-season is probably a good idea. Try and move up in the draft if there is someone you like or wait until preseason and try and trade him for a rookie that you like.

    Lavonte David’s Contract Guide

    Contract Grade: Overall with no guarantees and under $10 for the season it is an A+.

    Contract: Len – 6 yrsRem – 2 yrsTotal – $51.4mSavings – $9.75mPenalty – $0m.

    Contract Tip(s): Don’t sign him unless need be. Sign David to yearly contracts only.

    Check out our Contract Tips for Madden 20:

    Lavonte David’s Upgrade Guide: Just keep his overall high to prevent regression and upgrade Field General or Run Stopper.

    Fantasy Draft Player Information

    Overall Draft Ranking:

    Projected Round Drafted:

    Can you trade for or can you do the SAR/SAT with him after the draft:

    MUT 20 Player Profile

    The MUT Player profiles are going to be a new addition, which will be added in the future. Links will be provided here when complete.

    Bobby Wagner‘s Complete MPP:

    General Information

    Player Age: 29

    Development/X-Factor Ability: Superstar X-Factor (Shutdown) – “When they enter the zone, their coverage is tighter and interceptions are more frequent on contested catches”.

    X-Factor Activation Tips: You cannot allow yards and you have to force incompletions. If you want to activate it you will want him out in coverage and not blitzing to allow him to force incompletions.

    Overall: 98

    Average Regression Age: 31/32. Wagner becomes very easy to trade for when he first starts regressing.

    Average Retire Age: 34/36

    Bobby Wagner’s Trade Guide

    How to Trade for Bobby Wagner in Madden 20: You Can get him released with our Stack and Release (SAR) method.

    • Trade for Devin White, which is very easy. Then, trade White to the Seahawks in week one of the Regular Season. Lastly, you will




      pick up 3 MLB’s from the Free Agency and trade them to the Seahawks for a late-round pick while you are in the Regular Season. They will now release him to you.

    Bobby Wagner’s Trade Away Value: User to User B, User to CPU A+. In a User to User situation one, it is risky to give too much to him since he is close to regressing. You can get a 1st and a 3rd of next year, you can also do the SAR and SAT on almost any MLB for the next few years.

    Bobby Wagner’s Contract Guide

    Contract: Length – 5yrs, Remaining – 1yr, Total – $44.4M, – Savings $11.5M.

    Contract Tips: If you did not trade for him or get him released then sign him to whatever you are comfortable with. Decide if you want him to retire and is it worth what it will cost? He will ask for a fair offer of a 4-year deal for $68m and $30m in guarantees. Even though he has the Predictability trait he still may not resign with you for the “Fair” offer. So if you really want him we would suggest Franchise Tagging him so that way you are not locked in a huge contract with a player on the verge of Regression. His Franchise tag is $14m which isn’t too bad for a 99 overall player. Do this until he retires or until you decide to trade him away.

    You can also check out our Contract Tips for Madden 20:

    General Guides

    Bobby Wagner’s Upgrade Guide: Keep upgrading whatever keeps his overall high. You need to fight regression by just upgrading what keeps him a high overall. This will keep his trade value high as well.

    Bobby Wagner’s  Gameplay Tips: He is fast with an 88 Speed, balanced for the most part in agility and acceleration. Good jumping (92) at only 6’0″ tall. Block Shedding is his game, can go Man (75) on TE’s with ease as well. Strong Zone coverage at 86. Almost perfect Injury and Stamina ratings. Will last.

    Lavonte David’s Upgrade Guide: Just keep his overall high to prevent regression and upgrade Field General or Run Stopper.

    Fantasy Draft Player Information

    Overall Draft Ranking:

    Projected Round Drafted:

    Can you trade for or can you do the SAR/SAT with him after the draft:

    MUT 20 Player Profile

    The MUT Player profiles are going to be a new addition, which will be added in the future. Links will be provided here when complete.

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