Tony Gonzalez's ghost cards are ridiculous. At 6'5", Gonzales has a base speed of 91, with Madden 22 coins the speed of 92. Except for deep route-running the majority of Gonzales' receiving stats are above 93. Gonzales will outpace or outclass pretty much any defender in the game.
The card's post-catch statistics are impressive, the card does not quite reach the 90-juke threshold. The run blocking ability is the most problematic aspect of this Ghosts of Madden Gonzales card. It isn't recommended to be used in pass or slot heavy sets.
Woodson seems to have no weaknesses as a cornerback. Woodson is quick and has coverage stats higher than 93. Woodson can miss a few tackles, even though it will not happen often. Woodson is among the best pass defense players in the game. Woodson's agressive nature allows players to benefit from many opportunities for interceptions.
Simmons is superior to the Sean Taylor card "the 50". It features 95 speed with 95 tackle, 94 man coverage and 99 zone coverage. With a height of 6'4", Simmons is taller than Taylor and Taylor. At the moment, Simmons is an S-tier safety that any player would love to have on their team. The card's weaknesses are when it comes to interceptions, as Simmons' statistics for ball carrying are not great.
Another Madden, another Bo Jackson card. Gamers can run the ball anywhere on the field with 96 acceleration and agility of 94. They are also able to juggle past the 90-degree threshold. Jackson is strong and is able to haul linemen at 95 trucking and strong 88. The only reason that this card isn't on the bottom of the list is its poor receiving statistics. Due to mut coins cheap its one-dimensional design, Kamara is the best Ghosts of Madden card.