Although there are some problems with the franchise model, EA has done incredible sales this year. Their "50" promotion introduced 50 special cards to Madden 21 Ultimate Team. Players can purchase Madden 21 Coins and then upgrade new cards to create more than 90 stacked cards. Almost every stacked "50" card is good, but ten of them are most suitable for use in MUT 21.
Below, the three major "50" cards are ranked from worst to best. Each card is ranked according to relevant location statistics, the value and versatility of Madden 21 Coins. The cards at the bottom of the final list may surprise players.
Needless to say, since the franchise was moved to PlayStation in 2000, every Moss card of Madden has been overwhelmed. The relevant statistics for the card are 95 speed, 95 acceleration, 94 agility and 96 jumps. All important received data of the card is also in the 90s. In addition, since he is 6'4" tall, any defense will make a futile effort to get the ball away from Randy Moss.
There is no doubt that Barry Sanders is one of the best defenders in the game. He is very agile and has 94 beats. Sanders is not weak either. Despite only having a strength of 76, the card still has a power rating of 87. Unfortunately, the players don't want to throw this card on the ball so often. Sanders will seize the swing and cover, but anything beyond ten yards is risky. Although the Sanders card is the S-tier, the other Sanders below have more room to rise.
Falcons fans know that Deion Sanders was incredible in his heyday. Players can insert Sanders and place them anywhere on the court. He can become an elite restricted zone throughout Madden 21, and players don't even need to upgrade cards. Sanders has 96 speed and 99 acceleration, with S-class defensive data. After the catch is 96 COD and 92 juke moved, the card is also great. Sanders can play receivers, shots, guards, corners and safety. There is too much value and versatility in the card, you can Buy MUT Coins to get these cards.