EA Sports released full player ratings for Madden 16 in a downloadable spreadsheet (You can download here.) However, it's pretty lengthy and can get difficult to navigate. So, here are some highlights.
Marshal Yanda- 98 overall, 99 run blocking
Breshad Perriman- 97 Speed, 77 catching
Brandon Williams- 96 strength
Joe Flacco- 89 overall, 97 throw power, 76 deep throw accuracy
Justin Forsett- 87 overall, 86 speed
Steve Smith Sr- 86 overall, 90 catching
Marshal Yanda is one of the best players in the game and deservedly so. He is arguably the best guard in the league and is ranked as such. While Breshad Perriman's overall is relatively low, his speed is spectacular and one of the highest in the game. Flacco has one of the strongest arms in the game and is tied for third in the game behind Matthew Stafford and Jay Cutler. His deep throw accuracy is also 5th best in the game.
The Ravens fared as the best team in the AFC North and 4th in the AFC with a total team rating of 85, only trailing the New England Patriots (91), Denver Broncos (89), and Indianapolis Colts (87) in the AFC.
If you're an avid Madden fan, it seems like Madden 16 will be a fun play with the virtual Baltimore Ravens.