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Madden 25 Reveals Offensive Line For All-25 Team

The big guys have arrived for the All-25 Team.
The big guys have arrived for the All-25 Team.

The offensive line is not usually something that takes too much of your attention in Madden, but it’s the focus of our discussion today as Madden 25 has released the entire offensive line for its All-25 Team.

Picking out the best o-linemen in Madden history probably isn’t too much unlike picking the best in NFL history, which is why it wasn’t surprising to find this unit feature Orlando Pace at LT, Jonathan Ogden at RT, and studs like Steve Hutchinson and Larry Allen lining up at the guard positions.

While the offensive line is easy to overlook in Madden, particularly as it hasn’t been the best represented position over the years in Madden, it’s still an important one. There’s no point in having an elite receiver on your team that can go deep if you can’t get the ball in their hands before the pass rush hits, and that’s one of the many reasons why the big guys matter in the game. Check out the key player ratings below of the starting o-line on Madden’s All-25 Team, and then hang around after to see a few videos highlighting the selections.

All-25 Orlando Pace Ratings
“From Madden 2003, left tackle Orlando Pace makes the All-25 team to protect quarterbacks in Madden NFL 25.”

All-25 Johnathan Ogden Ratings
“From Madden 2005, right tackle Jonathan Ogden makes the All-25 team to protect quarterbacks in Madden NFL 25.”

All-25 Steve Hutchinson Ratings
“From Madden 2007, right guard Steve Hutchinson makes the All-25 team to protect quarterbacks in Madden NFL 25.”

All-25 Larry Allen Ratings
“From Madden ’95, left guard Larry Allen makes the All-25 team to protect quarterbacks in Madden NFL 25.”

All-25 Dermontti Dawson Ratings
“From Madden ’96 comes center Dermontti Dawson.”

Madden 25′s All-25 Offensive Line

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