Maddenoliday will soon be upon us, which means the time for ratings is here.Starting on July 13, ESPN will reveal “Madden NFL ’21” ratings throughout the week on its programming. The reveal will include members of “Madden’s” 99 Club, members of which are rated 99, the highest rating in the game. ESPN’s morning show “Get Up!” will hold the reveal of the 99 Club while “First Take,” “SportsCenter” and “NFL Live” will all house different coverage of player rankings and ratings throughout the week. MORE: ‘Madden’ fans are disappointed with EA for a big reasonAs with every year, the “Madden” ratings are the cause for debate and contention among fans of the longstanding video game franchise. A player’s rating is correlated to his on-field production and is updated weekly as the regular season rolls along.The unofficial start of ratings-reveal season starts with the rookie QB ratings, which were revealed Thursday by former NFL QB and Hall of Famer Steve Young.”Dang! This is the guy you guys got!?” – @[email protected] reveals #Madden21 Ratings to Rookie QBs pic.twitter.com/PLLH1Fh8XK— Madden NFL 21 (@EAMaddenNFL) July 9, 2020Madden 21 rookie QB ratings:- Joe Burrow: 76- Tua Tagovailoa: 73- Jordan Love: 71- Justin Herbert: 70- Jalen Hurts: 68 (86 speed)- Jacob Eason 63- Jake Fromm 62— NFL Update (@MySportsUpdate) July 9, 2020 On July 17, remaining ratings will be revealed on a “SportsCenter” special, which will also detail EA Sports’ ratings process,Last year, just four NFL players were members of the 99 Club: the Rams’ Aaron Donald, current Cardinals wideout DeAndre Hopkins, Bears pass rusher Khalil Mack and Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner. This year, freshly paid Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes may enter the group as a 99-overall player.