Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham
AFC South maestro Paul Kuharsky likes to take shots at me because I'm a video game junkie.
If you're twirling your index finger in the air and saying "Whoop dee do," know that these numbers are hotly debated in every NFL locker room. Players compare their Madden ratings and often lord their numbers over inferior teammates.
"That is very cool," Asomugha replied. "I can't believe that. I really respect the people who do the research, and it is a football-based system."
The AFC East was represented in the top-10 rankings of the play-making positions.
Moss scored 96 or higher in four of the six individual categories game manufacturer EA Sports provided. He pulled 99s in jumping ability and spectacular catch. Owens scored 95s in route running and catching in traffic.
No AFC East players rated among the top 10 tight ends or defensive players.